* Free Romantic Novel!
I’m delighted to tell you that my first published Pocket Novel ‘ Danger at Mellin Cove’ continues to be a pleasing seller on Amazon’s kindle site. It also gives me a buzz when I look for the large print edition in my local library and find it’s out on loan. So if you fancy curling up this weekend with big handsome Cornish fisherman, Jem Pentreath, and sharing his romantic adventures in 18th century Cornwall with feisty Hedra St Neot, then be my guest. Danger at Mellin Cove is free here for three days – Saturday/Sunday/Monday, August 24 – 26.
Note: If the novel doesn’t immediately show as free, please be patient and try again. The lovely Amazon people can sometime be slow in catching up with themselves. Bless them!
* Another Market for Short Stories
Thanks to the information on lovely Patsy Collins’ blog I’ve recently been taking advantage of another outlet for short stories. Alfie Dog welcomes submissions from new and established writers. Fans of short fiction can download stories for only a few pence – and there’s plenty of choice in all genres.
Royalties to writers are fair, although obviously not huge. It’s just nice for short story writers to have another market, and a new way to get your work out there, and your name noticed.
* Woman’s Weekly’s Changed Ways
Woman’s Weekly has changed it’s submissions format for short stories. Amongst other things, they are asking contributors to use single rather than double quotation marks. More details are available over at Womagwriters’s blog.
Happy reading and writing, everyone.