Tracking the sales and marketing for Short Literature Pro Market 2019
It’s time for the second sales update! I published my first blog post on February 9th, so it’s only been about three weeks, but a few things have gone on since then.
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The new, detailed short form market guide is available now
The newest edition in the Pro Market brand is out and available for purchase this weekend. This new version has even more publishers inside, with the same great detail as the last one. This time you get over 170 profession paying publishers. Something else that’s different about the 2019 edition is that it has been widened to include other types of publishers besides just short stories. It also includes freelance publishers, nonfiction, article segments and more. You can find Short Literature Pro Market 2019 available as an ebook or paperback The current price for the ebook is only $3.99 (normally $6.99) and the sale price for the paperback is $9.99 (normally $13.99). So, it’s a good time to save money too! But act soon because these prices will only be available through the end of February.
Grab your copy on sale here.
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Pre-order The Lost Years by Stacey Ritz, published by Rockville Publishing. The release date is March 1st!
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Short Story Pro Market 2017 is now on sale!
I want to officially announce the “End of Summer” book sale for Short Story Pro Market 2017. Many short form literature publishers open their submission gates in early autumn. So, this submission guidebook will be on sale just in time to help you find publishers wanting your work. There are over 150 professional paying publishers listed inside, so there is no shortage of your options. But hurry, because the sale has already begun. It will run from August 25th – 31st. Continue reading “Book Sale”
This is an article that I am reblogging and sharing around the vast webs because it is vitally important for self published/indie published authors. There are scam authors reaching top Amazon bestseller lists by fraudulent acts. This is stripping legitimate honest and hard working authors of royalties they should be earning instead. I would ask all of you who read it to share and spread the word. All helps in this fight against the shady side of certain Amazon algorithms. Maybe even just Amazon in general.
I’m preparing to rework the first draft of my newest short story and I’ve decided to try something a little different. I’m going to use a loose plot structure on my story. This is new to me because I’ve never used a set plotting structure or formula for a short story. It’s not needed, but when I saw this one I decided it actually makes sense, so I’ll give it a go. Below is a screenshot of the basic idea so you can try it too, if you want. Continue reading “Plotting a Short Story”