I've mentioned before, I think, that pocket novels sold to My Weekly or People's Friend can often later be resold to a large print publisher. They're the perfect length to print as a normal-sized book in large print, and libraries love them. The author will receive a one-off payment on acceptance by the publisher, and will then earn public lending rights payments for years to come - all of which makes the writing of pocket novels much more lucrative than it might originally seem.
Ulverscroft are one of the major large print publishers in the UK. If you'd like the chance to win a large print version of one of Sally Quilford's pocket novels, hot off the press, then get yourselves over to her blog as soon as possible. She's running a competition to win one, which closes on Monday. All you need to do is state in under 100 words why you feel you deserve to win.
Easy. Because I say you're worth it!