Tag: Writing Contests

Tips for Writing a Captivating Short Story

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Tips for Writing a Captivating Short Story

In the publishing world, a short story normally refers to fiction and they come in varying shapes and sizes: Traditional: 1,500-5000 words Flash Fiction: 500-1,000 words Micro Fiction: 5-350 words Writing a short story can sometimes be more difficult than writing a full novel. This is because you have to captivate your readers, take them […]

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Why Writing Contests Matter for Self-Published Authors

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on August 16, 2018 0 Comments
Why Writing Contests Matter for Self-Published Authors

Writing contests are one of those hit or miss spots for authors. People either love and trust them fully or they question everything about them. Generally speaking, most require a fee. If not, you should probably be a bit skeptical of where the funds are coming from and how much said contest will actually benefit […]

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