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Comment by Ada on January 7, 2014 at 5:08

I have submitted my manuscript on swoon reads, and I need immense support from readers to read, rate and review it for publishing the book. The title is 'How I Won the Love Deal' It is a YA fiction. The link: http://www.swoonreads.com/m/how-i-won-the-love-deal

Comment by Preston Randall on January 7, 2014 at 16:51

Outstanding review of Plan B - a short humorous thriller with a wild twist. http://readersfavorite.com/book-review/14202

Comment by Maggie Rascal on January 19, 2014 at 6:58

My award-winning story "Writer's Block" by M.P. Witwer is a top pick among short stories on Amazon—and it's free! 


Also available in other ebook formats. Download links are at http://maggierascal.com/writers-block-ebook/

Twitter handle: @maggie1rascal

Comment by Sally Jenkins on January 19, 2014 at 20:03

One Day For Me - 8 Award Winning Stories is heavily discounted this week until Sat 25th.

Lee Ashford of Readers’ Favorite said, “Sally Jenkins knows how to build a story. She takes the mundane, and makes it intriguing. She hooks the reader, and reels him in. She proves her talent in each of these eight short stories, making this collection one you will be glad you read.”

All the stories have won or been placed in UK writing competitions.

The book is half price on Amazon UK- only 99p!

On Amazon.com it is a tiny 99c until Weds and then $1.99 until Saturday.

Comment by Jill (Gillian McDonald-Constable on February 15, 2014 at 13:20

My latest Western (yes Western!) will be published by Prairie Rose Publications in March. They are a USA based company who only publish writing by women and mostly the works are Romantic Westerns. My first two published 2012 were with Robert Hale in UK.

Comment by Steph Ellis on March 1, 2014 at 13:06

Massacre Magazine Volume 2 is out now on amazon.  Contains my story The Gorgon's Kiss as well as dark verse and stories by other great authors.  Check out the magazine at http://massacrepublishing.com/.

Comment by Sally Jenkins on March 23, 2014 at 19:49

Have you got loads of short stories sitting on your hard drive? Want to have a go at publishing them as a Kindle e-book but not sure where to start?

Kindle Direct Publishing for Absolute  Beginners will demystify the process. It covers a range of topics such as creating an e-book cover, pricing and generating reviews.

It's now available as an e-book on all Amazon sites.

Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kindle-Direct-Publishing-Absolute-Beginners-ebook/dp/B00IJFG1W4/

Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Direct-Publishing-Absolute-Beginners-e...

Comment by Jean Rodenbough on April 28, 2014 at 15:05

I have 2 books published by All Things That Matter Press: one has stories of children's lives during WWII and the other includes stories about rescued animals.  The stories in both books were contributed for inclusion in the books.  There are also poems as commentary, as well as articles about each subject.  I also have several books self-published on lulu.com: a poem and photo collection about trees in their seasons, and other books, such as a fun collection of made up stories about people in a small town.  Working now on a flash fiction collection.  All the published books are found on Amazon. 

Comment by Steph Ellis on May 28, 2014 at 11:53

Three anthologies coming out very shortly, each of which contains one of my stories.  Come along to the following online book launch events for KnightWatch Press:

Cadavers (http://on.fb.me/1osWgVK).  Read my story Postcards from the Dead.  Sending a gnome on holiday is just a bit too cliche, better a dead body.

Pun Book of Horror (http://on.fb.me/1rfT3ed).  The Woman in Slacks - who knew shiny brown polyester trousers, elastic waist, comfort-fit could be so dangerous.

The Last Diner (http://on.fb.me/1pxjZ4K).  Read The Last Supper, where the food isn't what it seems. 

Fringeworks and Knightwatch Press have submission calls out at present, check out their online blogs or Horrortree.com

Comment by Evan Camby on October 7, 2014 at 20:34

My book is just 0.99 today at the Kindle store :) 

Comment by Christopher Scott Dixon on October 25, 2014 at 14:39

Hi to all and thanks for the chance to post on here, my latest story 'Talk Of The Devil' has been included in Fear's Accomplice:Halloween a great new horror anthology! 


Comment by Christopher Scott Dixon on October 25, 2014 at 14:39

Hi to all and thanks for the chance to post on here, my latest story 'Talk Of The Devil' has been included in Fear's Accomplice:Halloween a great new horror anthology! 


Comment by Zachary T. Owen on November 4, 2014 at 22:11

Hello everybody! I'm back! I have a new book on the way. It's called Burn Down the House and Everyone In It. It'll be out summer or spring via Grindhouse Press. It's a short horror collection. I'll post more details as they become apparent.

Comment by Paul Jameson on November 26, 2014 at 22:45

Just released compilation of my short stories via Amazon and available in print and kindle. Very scary but sales are going well and feedback (so far) has been awesome *phew*. Available globally but concentrating on UK, US and Australian markets to see how it goes... 

Modquokka's Bookshop

Comment by Steph Ellis on November 29, 2014 at 15:22

My story, The Wire, features in Alchemy Press' latest anthology Kneeling in the Silver Light; a collection of dark stories set during World War I. http://amzn.to/1wQP2z2


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