At the first of every month, we take a quick break from sharing short stories to talk about what is happening in the Short Fiction Break community. Events in the writing lives of our Regular Contributors and Alumni are below. If you are an SFB reader, we want to know what is going on with you too. Leave us a link to work you are proud of in the comments.
SFB Senior Editor Bob Moulesong has entered into a publishing agreement with Penlt Publications, a small press publisher located in Indiana. They have agreed to publish three of Bob’s children’s books. The series will be titled The Adventures of Rugs. The theme of the series is designed to help youngsters (2-5) accept others who may have their own internal issues to deal with (ADHD, fears, insecurities, or self-esteem issues to name a few). Bob started the series for his grandchildren, and is excited to be sharing it with the world. Keep an eye out for more news on this upcoming series. To check out Bob’s work on SFB, click here.
Congratulations are due to SFB Regular Contributor Frances Howard-Snyder. Her short story, The Letter, was accepted for publication at Youth Imagination. Also four of her short stories will be published by Alfie Dog. And finally, her novel, A Difficult Woman, is a finalist in the romance category at Chanticleer.
SFB’s Master of Horror Derek Ailes and his writing partner in terror Mark Cusco Ailes have a new book available on kindle: Catfurnado: Oh Meow No!, Zombies & Psychotic Women. Go grab a copy now! To see more of Derek’s work on SFB, click here.
SFB Regular Contributor Ann Stanley has a new collection of short stories coming on on April 24th. Keep an eye out. If you can’t wait, you can read her stories on SFB by clicking here.
Several SFB Regular contributors have been working together on a serial novel called, The Time Traveler’s Scheme. We will begin running new chapters Tuesdays. Look for the first installment next week.
SFB Regular Contributor and Film Guru Alice Nelson is launching a new podcast with her literary partner Carrie Zylka. It’s called A Creative Mind Podcast. The first episode will go live on March 10th. Go and check it out by clicking here. To read some of Alice’s work on Short Fiction Break, click here.
The fabulous SFB Regular Contributor Bishop Garrison has a new novella out. Go and grab a copy of Felix, Upon His Bench now by clicking here. It will stir your soul. To read more about Bishop Garrison, click here.
SFB Regular Contributor Victoria Norton short story, The Cockies Mother and the Leading Hand has been published in the anthology The Great Australian Shed. To grab a copy of these great, authentically Aussie stories, click here.
Finally, we are proud of SFB Alumni Kayla Dean. Her novel Ferocity is fantastic. You should get a copy. Check it out by clicking here.
That’s what’s happening this month in the worlds of our Regular Contributors and Alumni.
We want to here what you are working on too. Have you published anything? Have you written a book you want more eyes on? Want to recommend a friend’s work or a book you read and loved?
Tell us in the comments and we will go check it out!
The writer's corner says
We’ve just put together our first Anthology of short works.
It has only taken 49 years to do it. We snarl at breaking the speed limit, and spit in the eye of dynamism….
We would love some feedback!
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Bob Moulesong says
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JC Axe says
I’m always writing, currently working on a few serials, and always seeking reviews!