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A Writer On Writing: Reviews, Royalties And a Competition

"Take note, e-publishing is not a get rich quick scheme!''says Sally Jenkins.

The Lancashire Authors’ Association has been in touch to tell me that they are holding another Flash Fiction Competition.
The winning entry will receive £250. Stories must be exactly 100 words, excluding the title.

Entry fee is £2 (or £1 if you happen to be a member of the Lancashire Authors’ Association) and entries can be submitted by post or email up to the closing date of June 30th 2013.
Rules are available here along with last year’s winning 100 word story. http://www.lancashireauthorsassociation.co.uk/

I’ve been getting around a bit recently in conjunction with my current obsession with e-publishing. You may have noticed me:
• On Womag’s blog describing how e-publishing is easier than you might think http://womagwriter.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/guest-post-epublishing-is-easy.html

• On the Writers’ Bureau blog talking about e-book covers

• On Nick Daws blog where I looked at the options when an e-book isn’t selling. I won this appearance on Nick’s blog via his blogging competition which I told you about a few weeks ago and the other part of my prize was a copy of his e-course Blogging for Writers. http://www.mywritingblog.com/

I’ve received my very first Amazon royalty payment – 31p! It covers the US site for the last few days of January after the launch of One Day for Me. I was a bit surprised because I thought nothing was paid out until the royalties amounted to $10. Consequently, I haven’t yet got my US tax exemption sorted out – so they’ve taken 13p in tax, otherwise I would’ve had 44p! Take note, e-publishing is not a get rich quick scheme!
Categories: Competitions, Self-publishing


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