Frustration, Thy Name Is Technology!

Okay, I’m stumped. My computer keeps telling me that the link to Mark Arnold’s great Sci-fi short, If Wishes Were Horses, is broken. BUT: when I click on the broken link, it takes me there anyway. Still, to be fair to everyone, I’ve tried taking it out and putting it back in a dozen or so times. And every time it comes up broken!

Don’t ask me. Technology has me pulling out my hair – and I don’t have enough to lose! I can’t figure out what the problem is, so until I can get to my computer Guru (at least one of them), if you want to check out Mark’s wonderful story – well worth the $1.99, by the way – just open a new tab and type in the bitly address:

That will take you right to his page. Then just click on the book cover to get more information on the book and how to orer it. Meanwhile, I’ll be pulling out my hair over all this conflicting, confusing technology, and checkingout wigs on the net! Hmmm… wonder how I’ll look as a redhead…

About Susan Tuttle

Susan Tuttle is a professional freelance editor, writing instructor and multi-award winning author of 21 books—6 nonfiction on writing (Write It Right), 6 suspense novels and 7 collections of award-winning short stories. She also has stories in both volumes of "Deadlines", the new anthology from the Central Coast Chapter of Sisters in Crime (SinC), Tales from a Rocky Coast, and the SLO NightWriter anthology. Under the pen name Susan Grace O'Neill, she is the author of the Journey With Jesus series: Lord, Let Me Grow (Parables) vol. 1, and Lord, Let Me Walk (Lent). She is currently working on volume #2 of her Skylark P.I. series (a PI with paranormal abilities), as well as 2 YA fantasy series. And she teaches fiction writing in both the morning and afternoon every Wednesday. Email her if you're interested in joining her class. And follow her on Twitter and FaceBook.