Stevie Turner is generously inviting writers to submit your short stories once a month to her blog to be showcased and one winner each month will be announced and featured in her newsletter! And as a bonus, entries will be added to an anthology at the end of the year! Check out this opportunity!
Share Your Short Story – January 2018
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Authors can share their short stories (less than 2000 words please) or poetry, and it won’t cost you a penny! The stories or poems can be on any subject, but please keep them reasonably family friendly. At the end of every month I will pick my favourite one and share the link in my newsletter and on my Facebook and Twitter pages. I look forward to reading your efforts. Winners will receive the laurel below to add to their story.
There was no winner for December, as there were no contestants! Fair enough, Christmas came along and you were all busy. Let’s have another go for January…
Please add a link to your story in the comments section of this blog. Thank you. You have until 28th January to submit your stories. When I have enough winning stories, I will promote them in a free anthology (with the consent of every author involved of course!).
Here’s a seasonal poem I’ve worked on recently:
WINTER IN MY GARDEN, BY STEVIE TURNER
Silver tendrils snake along
The shed, the hedge, and over the pond.
Jack Frost’s crept stealthily overnight,
And left on the grass a blanket of white.
Source: Share Your Short Story – January 2018 | Stevie Turner, Indie Author.
10 thoughts on “Share Your Short Story – January 2018 | Stevie Turner, Indie Author.”
Thanks for re-blogging, Debby. x
Pleasure Stevie! 🙂
Sounds good–and so much work on Stevie’s part. Kudos to you!
Thanks Jacqui 🙂
Such a cool idea from Stevie. I hope there’s lots of participation. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Debby.
Fab share, Deb, and terrific opportunity from Stevie ❤
Thanks Tina ❤
Hi there Debby,
There are so much insights shared here from Stevie, thanks for allowing him to guest post here (lol)
Hi Darleen. Thanks, glad you found it an interesting post. Oh, and incidentally, Stevie is a female. 🙂