Posts Tagged novella
I recently sent a story off for an anthology. Standard, and, like 60% of the stories I send out, destined for rejection I thought. And, sure enough, after two weeks, back came the e-mail. But the rejection was not the normal “thanks, but you suck” email I tend to get (especially from Australian publishers), it […]
After Cult Of The Snake, I stayed with the young adult theme and wrote a 33000 word novella called Underground (It Started With A Kiss). Designed specifically for the YA market, it has been rejected twice so far (I could call this a ‘novel’, because YA novels tend to start at 30000 words, and I […]
Relick is available at Amazon.com! You can get the amazing paperback! Or… You can get the equally amazing Kindle version!
On a slightly personal note – I have just signed a contract, so, barring anything else, my first book – a novella – is due to be published later on this year. 26000 words, called Relick. Highly offensive, highly politically incorrect, guaranteed to upset people. But it’s supposed to be comedy, so… you know. Anyway, […]
Before the next novel, a novella pops up. (Yes, I know many have up till now been ignored, but bear with me.) Aftermath was started in 2003, and 6 and a half years later, at the end of 2009 I went back to it and it finished at a little over 31200 words. It is a […]
Novel number 17 was a diversion for me. A serious one. But, first, a bunch of novellas were written in the interim. One – Second Home – clocked in at only 16000 words, but this was long enough for a younger reader book, which is good, because it was written with 11-13 year olds in […]