Archive for August, 2013

The writer in China -- but its not horror this time

Hi Charles,

Congratulations! Your piece was selected as a winner in the Writer’s Digest Annual Competition. Please see the email below for more details (including your prize and place ) in case you haven’t received my previous message (sometimes they end up in junk mail). Please let me know when you receive this message.

Also, I failed to mention that as a winner you will receive a one-year Writer’s Digest VIP membership, which includes a one-year subscription (new or renewal) to Writer’s Digest magazine, access to for one year, discounts on Writer’s Digest University workshops and discounts off of purchases made at

Again, many congratulations from all of us on the Writer’s Digest team!



Subject: Congrats!

Hi Charles,

Congratulations! Your piece “Community Access” won ninth place in the Mainstream/Literary category in Writer’s Digest’s Annual Competition. You’ve won $25 in cash, plus your piece and name will be listed in the November/December 2013 issue of Writer’s Digest.

Someone from our competitions committee will also be contacting you, too.

Again, congratulations!



Cris Freese
Assistant Editor/Data Manager
Writer’s Digest Books

This is Molly

Her comments about time travel, responding to my French colleague’s remarks related to a couple of my novels, are below.

Molly W commented on French colleague in China presents his opinion on time travel, particularly as it regards our hero Harper

Yeah, I agree with him. Timeline should be solved if time travel exists. Or, there will be multiple versions of the Time Traveler. Maybe both old and young version of Time Traveler exist in the same timeline. It will turn up contradictory; then it breaks the rule of physics. Time Traveler will also be stuck, or one of two versions will die soon.