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Tuesday, 7. Jun 2016 - Flash Fiction Competition
Competitors bring a printed copy of their anonymous entry to the meeting. Word limit of 250 words.
Cambridge Writers Short Story Competition 2016
Local author Deborah Meyler announced the winners of this year's competition themed 'The Seven Deadly Sins'. All winning stories were read by the authors who perhaps for the first time ever were all present.
Awarded with 'highly recommended' were
Congratulations to the winners, and as in the last years the stories will be published as an e-book. Watch this space!
Who Writes and Reads Romantic Fiction?
I’ve joined the Romantic Novelists Association and took part in their 2014 Annual Conference. Both the Association and the conference are valuable, the latter providing an interesting mix of practical tips (how to self-publish, attract an agent, ideas about Plot, Location, and Characterisation); some theoretical background (the Chemistry of Reading, universal elements of the genre); and the opportunity to meet agents, editors and publishers. I was fortunate to be able to chat with Hazel Cushion, the founder of Accent Press and was highly impressed with how the company works and their future plans. I’m looking forward to working with them.