Hello, and good day! Welcome to my May Tea Party! Much like the weekend coffee sharing event from Part-Time Monster, my monthly tea party is where I like to catch up with friends, old and new! This is also a way for me to introduce you to some great new blogs and people that I have virtually… Continue reading Silver’s Tea Party – A Monthly Tea Sharing Event
Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #98 gives us the words, "Rein & Quest." I really must ask Ronovan if he is somehow channeling my thoughts from the fairy realm? Excellent words for me this week! I used restraint for rein and kept quest because it seemed to fit. Restraint is required - to curb… Continue reading A Fairy Quest – a Haiku
I love that Emily Wenstrom is a marketing professional and shares the trials and tribulations of the book marketing dilemma we all face. She is on WordPress: emilywenstrom.com. This is a great article! ❤ Which book marketing approaches actually work? Review one novelist’s marketing experiments in our new column. Source: Introducing Book Marketing: Tactics and Trials
If you are interested in freelance writing here are some sites that will pay you for your writing. Read carefully! 😀 ❤ Source: 7 Websites that Pay Writers $100 or More Per Article.
There is something here for everyone! Check it out!!! ❤ Source: 10 Parenting Publications That Pay Writers
Title: Willakaville Author: Mathew Heinecke (aka Bald Guy) Product dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches Print Length: 216 pages Page Numbers Source ISBN: Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Publication Date: January 7, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Language: English ISBN-10: 1507585462 ISBN-13: 978-1507585467 Formats: Paperback Goodreads Genres: Children's Books (ages 6 – 14), Literature, Fiction, Short Story Collections **The author provided me with a… Continue reading Silver’s Book Reviews – “WILLAKAVILLE,” By Mathew Heinecke (aka Bald Guy)
Wow! This sounds amazing! If they accept American manuscripts I will get on board! What about you? ❤
Thanks to blog womagwriter for the details.
It’s probably useful to know the guidelines of such magazines as Take a Break and Fiction Feast. I’ll start by mentioning that I’ve never managed to get one published in here. I’ve only tried a couple of times and, in hindsight, the love story between a woman and her stalker was probably not the best choice (they do advise you to read the magazine first).
FICTION FEAST – GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS
Thank you for enquiring about submitting stories to us. We are happy to receive unsolicited manuscripts from authors, but for the present, request that these be no longer than 2,000 words. Should you wish to submit longer stories for consideration, I’ll drop you a line or telephone you. Please don’t be discouraged, as we are always on the lookout for new talent.
I enclose the Take a Break guidelines for your general…
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This is an excellent article. I love when I learn something from these great websites! ❤ Take a look at these common creative writing mistakes and see which ones you're making. Source: 8 Common Creative Writing Mistakes | Writing Forward
Authors Publish has some great publications looking for unusual themes. Check them out! You never know what will happen! ❤ Source: » Three Themed Calls for Submissions
Hi, everybody! I am done playing hooky in my garden and decided to join the blogging fray before it too late! Whew. Writing is much easier than all that manual labor! So, it's that time again! Time to get your quote selected so you can come up with a creative story, poem, or whatever else… Continue reading #WQWWC – Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – FREEDOM