My short story entry to the Wells Literary Festival competition is now on its way. :-)
My story really didn't need too much extra work as it was very minor things; changing the placing of a short paragraph here, and on the first page where an issue nagged me, I just rewrote the same sentence in a slightly different way, and it was much better.
A year ago I didn't see those little improvements that could still be made, and perhaps they were the aspects that got the story rejected...
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The e-book is still available for 99p from Alfie Dog and other book buying outlets (though there may be slight price differences due to the way the book buying sites work).
The paperback will be £5.99, and 10% of the profit will go to the charity Medical Detection Dogs...
|Out soon in paperback|
I better get on with sorting out my author page on Amazon...
It's two weeks to the final day of the Lowdham Book Festival ( 29th June) when Nottingham Writers' Club has a stall promoting the club and members work. So I'll be found on the stall for most of the day.
EXCEPT from just before midday when I and two other club members will be located across the road in The Ship pub to take part in the second Fringe event, reading a selection of our work for 40-45 minutes.
Various groups will be performing throughout the day and into the early evening, so if you're nearby, then do pop in, grab a drink and enjoy the events.
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Then on the 3rd July, Nottingham Writers' Club has a ticket event. Novelist and Biographer Miranda Seymour will be discussing 'sleuthing and biography'; and will be talking about her forthcoming book, 'Noble Endeavours: Stories from England and Germany' due to be published in August.
Tickets will be £2.50 on the door to non-members; £1 for members.
Starting 7pm, 3rd July 2013, at the Nottingham Mechanics, North Sherwood Street, in the city centre.
If you need any further info you can ask for details via the Nottingham Writers' Club contact form, here.
So I have a few busy weeks to come...