My attempts at getting my novel published.
I mentioned this a while ago but (finally) here's the link if you want to buy it: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5TKEH7CCSJKH4
It costs £4. Oh, and I won't get money from you buying it don't buy it as a favour to me, just buy it if you want a copy of something with a story by me in it.
If you're from outside Britain and you want it, I'd enquire as to how possible that is on their Facebook page before giving them your money.
I just got back from a children's summer camp that I volunteer at and tomorrow I'm heading to Belgrade for the European University Debating Championships.
In the mean time, I have been able to check my e-mails for the first time and to my delight I discovered that a magazine wants to publish a short story that I wrote! It's not a paid thing, but it certainly is awesome. I just thought I would let you know since you have all been so supportive in my desire to become a published author.
You may or may not recall me keeping you all up to date with the progress of my novel publication.
Well here is the latest chapter. Please don't get too excited, nothing has been published or even agreed to be published.
I'm still valiantly plodding on with my novel (although it's getting harder and harder to find the time as I'm now in my final year at University) but recently I wrote a couple of short stories. One of them actually qualifies
I'm posting this as part of my 'Getting Published' blog, recording my attempts to get a book published but this isn't really about what I'm writing so much as a positive experience for all aspiring writers.
NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month but it is no longer 'National' but very much 'International'. (As evidenced by the fact that I, a British writer, am currently promoting it and it is an American project.)
The challenge is that you write an entire
So it's been a while since I posted in my 'Getting Published' blog.
I'm getting older now and I'm having to genuinely look into a... real career. (Dreadful, I know!)
Don't worry though, I haven't given up on writing and I don't think I ever will. (Never say never, of course. Anything's possible.)
You may or may not be aware that my projected date to send off my new novel to publishers was the end of my summer holidays... That being about 2 weeks time.