Today's Pop-Up Submissions features historical fiction by Sanjay Agnihotri; childrens by Samuel Giles; literary fiction by Matthew MacLachlan; a new age / adult fantasy murder mystery by Ellen A. Hunt and science fiction / hard-boiled detective by Kevin Bragg. Join us at 5pm UK
He’s the author of the 'Thriller of the Year'. His twisted serial killer baptizes his victims before killing ‘em. And – oh yes – Rev Peter Laws just happens to be a Baptist minister, too! Our next fascinating guest on Pop-Up Submissions, this Sunday Pop-Up Submissions with Special Guest Rev Peter Laws
Just got a form rejection email from a publisher whose stated "If you haven't heard from us by XX-XX-XXXX we're not interested" date was in MAY. The publishing industry is just trolling me at this point.
On this Sunday's Pop-Ups... J49 - A Bear On The Run by Jiannina Camillo; Shiny Bits In Between by Georgina Key; The Rulers Above: Eternity's Glow by Del Winterbottom; Race Ya! by Paul Birch; Obsidian Gate by Matthew Silvester. Join us live at 5pm UK!
Wonderful Giffgaff! I've praised this mobile broadband provider before, and they've just got even more splendid, doubling the £20 allowance from 20GB + IGB for emergency use, to 40GB + I GB. They're the best company I've ever dealt with.
Potential disaster! After being asked for the full manuscript by The Future Bookshelf, I duly sent it off last Friday. A bit surprised not to receive an acknowledgement, I was mortified when they contacted me yesterday asking why I hadn't sent it! I re-sent it, blaming its non-delivery on the Rings of Saturn, which are made of lost emails. I'm glad they contacted me, otherwise I'd have thought I was unsuccessful.