First Monday of the month, yay! Author interview time! This month, I’d like to introduce you to N.T. Franklin. He writes after his real job hoping one day to have it be his real job. When he’s not reading or writing short stories, you might find him fishing or solving crossword puzzles.
I met N.T. in a writing group, and he always has some great advice.
Please allow me to introduce you to N.T. Franklin.
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Get Paid for Your Writing
Do you have a story that’s ready for submission? Want to get paid for it? All the publishers I share here are legitimate, paying markets, which only accept the best writing. Take a chance. Click on the publisher below for the link and submit a story.
Some publishers are holding cool anthology calls, be sure to check them out too.
They accept submissions via a form that is easy to fill out. Fiction works of 50,000 words or more, all genres except erotica. They accept erotica at Cinnabar Silk. Paying royalties of 50 percent and offering great distribution and some good marketing.
Publishes four books a year full of great short stories and poetry with beautiful artwork. They accept submissions all day every day.
Open for submission on July 1, 2014. This digital flash fiction publication accepts all genres with no content restrictions. Stories 1000 words or less are published quarterly online and in ebooks.
If you know a child who likes to read or write, or both, check out Ember. They publish a semiannual journal of poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction for all age groups. Submissions for and by readers aged 10 to 18 are strongly encouraged.
Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry, where readers can find unique writing that will make them say, “This was quite unusual, but I loved it.”