Wow. Decide to move and soon it’s been a couple of months since the last written piece appeared on this site. Okay, so I lie a little. I have been sneaking in a few short stories here and there but they’ll require a little more editing before I’ll submit.
On the whole it has been a hectic few months where time has been allocated to other important areas albeit for the short-term. People have been toiling away in the background with their own work projects, which has resulted in a flash fiction on this site appearing in an anthology. That’s right, Cinnamon has joined a whole load of other adverb-riddled stories. It is due for launch this Saturday 17th March 2018, and I am grateful their effort has made this possible.
(Adverbially Challenged Volume 3 – cover artwork by David Fielden)
I don’t make any money from this book and neither does the publisher as the proceeds from book sales are donated to First Story, a UK charity that helps improve literacy in low-income communities.
All I receive is some exposure for submitting my flash fiction to the challenge, which will appear alongside 99 other authors whilst helping and providing awareness for First Story.
If you fancy helping to raise LOTS more for good causes, take part by submitting your stories to the challenges or buying a copy of the book, which will be available as a Kindle eBook or in a printed format.
Kindle eBook Copy
The Kindle eBook version will be available on all Amazon websites by searching for either the:
(1) Book name: Adverbially Challenged, or
(2) Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN): B07BGZZ6DL
The books are also available in printed paperback copies available from the Amazon websites here.
The ISBNs of the book are:
- ISBN: 198493760X
- ISBN-13: 978-1984937605
To read some of my other work, see Short Stories or Flash Fiction, and to find out more about Adverbially Challenged, check out the links on my site to guide you there. Why not submit your own short story?