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By William McEwan
”Great news” That book I told you about “Short Stories from Rural Scotland” is available on Amazon for FREE, yes I said Free for a limited time. Free to download from 6 February 2013 to 10 February 2013 (PST - Pacific Standard Time)
By William McEwan
“Good news!” An easy to read book, about life in Rural Scotland. True stories from memories of the Author’s childhood
By Central Park Communications
Are you chronically late with a friend or relative who is chronically on time, or vice versa? Read the short story 'The Gates Are About to Close' by award-winning author Charlene Wexler.
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By AllenTowneInc Publishing
BRAKING NEWS Recently published short fiction fantasy, A CHILDHOOD LOST by Damon Lee Petrie, is now available on Amazon and will be free for a limited time only 01/19/13 thru 01/23/13 for a special promotional campaign.
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By Central Park Communications
Award-winning author Charlene Wexler’s short story 'The Autograph Book' has been published on the website Booksie.com.
By Broemmel Media
Mike Broemmel short fiction to be delivered to readers through online service
By Broemmel Media
Mike Broemmel, critically acclaimed author, to be featured in online subscription service
By Blackburn Fork Publishing
Award-winning author, T.K. Thorne celebrates "Buy A Friend a Book Week" by sharing a short story, The Other Gold.
By Bookkus Publishing
Bookkus Publishing is hosting a new short story contest, that requires water, danger, and humour to be present, on its blog starting on September 20th.
By King Edward's School, Bath
King Edward's Senior School short story competition winners announced by novelist Julia Green. The overall winner was a Year 9 girl, Izzy Robson
By Creative Print Publishing Ltd
'ANGELS UNAWARES' A play, a novella and a short story - released on the 2nd July 2012 available now on Kindle and pre-orders for paperback through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones and many more.
By Tyche Books Ltd.
New anthology will feature Canadian “superfiction”. Open to Canadian authors, the submission period is June 1, 2012 through August 1, 2012.
By Zack Drisko
Los Angeles author publishes short story "The Prospect" about Southern pitching phenom
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By Central Park Communications
Author Charlene Wexler has won an award for her eBook Milk and Oranges in the 2011 eLit Book Awards competition sponsored by the publishing services firm Jenkins Group Inc. of Traverse City, MI.
By Brass Cannon Books
Brass Cannon Books has released four short audiobooks, read by three different professional narrators, based upon short stories and novellas by Francis Hamit. All are available on Audible.com, Amazon.com and iTunes.
By Imaginouncing
Science fiction author Glen Stripling will have a new short story in Martian Wave Magazine on May 1, 2012!
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By Central Park Communications
Anne Nordhaus-Bike will speak about her astrology/art book Follow the Sun, and Charlene Wexler will discuss her short stories and essays in the book Milk and Oranges, at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL, on Sunday, April 22.
By Tyche Books Ltd.
Tyche Books Ltd. is celebrating the release of their first book, “Ride the Moon,” with a book launch event on Saturday, March 24.
By Jeffrey Zweig II
Jeffrey Zweig II, Author of The End Begins: The Nine, opens a public poll to vote for the final cover of the print version of his short story anthology.
By BookBuzz.net
Author, Mishka Zakharin is pleased to announce the release of his new book, The Green Lamp. This new work is a collection of carefully crafted Russian-inspired novellas, plays, poetry, and short stories infused with humor.
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By Homefield Multimedia
The Canadian publication ZOUCH will publish a new Doug Shiloh short story in January titled "The Paparazzo."
By Jamie Sinclair
English writer Jamie Sinclair has launched his new blog. It covers the background to his writing, the books he has written and his quest to be pubished.
By jamie sinclair
Playground cool, the debut novel by jamie sinclair is now available on kindle and via all major retailers
By Jesus Velazquez
Paterson, New Jersey - November, 21 2011 - Jesus Velazquez is trying on a new hat. For years he's been working on music for local artists, music libraries and video games. Now he is doing something he always wanted to do write a book.
By Edward H. Carpenter
Umbrella Books has just released "Seven Lives to Repay Our Country", a short story about the Battle of Saipan. Written by a US Marine, this story follows a pair of Japanese soldiers as they confront the inevitability of defeat in different ways.
By PIX/SEE Productions
Author Gregory Blair and ScreenplayCoverage.com join forces with The Little Shivers Coverage Contest to help other authors get a break taking their work to the next level.
By Aquillrelle
Andrew Campbell-Kearsey is one of the Aquillrelle Main Contest winners, and this is his book of short stores. He won with his poem "Magnum Opus"
By Untreed Reads Publishing
Injecting a little humor into the horror genre, Garry McNulty tackles zombies and domesticity in his latest release—MOM AND DAD AREN'T GETTING ALONG (NOW THAT MOM'S A ZOMBIE) now available worldwide as an eBook, courtesy of Untreed Reads.
By Untreed Reads Publishing
Join Untreed Reads in watching two opposing forces clash. St. Louis writer Dawn Leslie Lenz pits the anxiety of an individual against the mob's embrace of the unknown in her new short story—ZEPHYR OF ASHES, now available as an eBook.
By Power Publishers
Short stories are never meant to end and the success of such a story lies in its endlessness. Prof. Manohar Potdar “Abodh” has weaved five heart-wrenching love stories in an entangling net that take us back and forth to our past.

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