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I'd welcome your help in keeping this blog lively, useful and up-to-date with the world of womag fiction. Please send me any news directly related to women's magazine fiction. I'll credit anyone who sends anything I use.  Don't forget to include a link to your own blog, fb page etc if you'd like that shown.

I also want to hear your own news - if you've sold your first story or have a book coming out that blog readers might be interested in, let me know. Short guest posts about filler writing, or providing writing prompts are also welcome.

Feel free to ask questions, although I don't guarantee I'll be able to answer them. This book is a great source of writing advice which I strongly recommend – and I'm hardly biased at all!

Although I'm happy to use guest posts by blog readers, the posts, unless on a subject mentioned above, must all relate to women's magazine fiction - not writing in general, not women's issues, not women's fiction but women's magazine fiction.  If you'd like to do a guest post, please email me first (mainly to check I don't already have something on a similar topic scheduled).

Please note I do not work directly for any magazine mentioned on this blog. I do not accept short stories and do not offer feedback on your work.

I sometimes give talks to groups, or run workshops.

You can contact me at patsycollins53 (at) yahoo.com

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2 comments:

vivian said...

Hi
my name is Viv, a complete novice at writing,
hoping you can clear something up for me, after re-writing a short
story correctly with Capitals, paragraphs
My writing used to contain a lot of dot.... dot.....dot........
after each sentence.
reading the guidelines for submitting a story to Take a Break [Fiction Feast]
it says a typed story? is that a typewriter or the keyboard on the laptop
then printed,

Patsy said...

It can be either, Viv. If you have it on your computer then send a printout as that will be easier to read than a typewritten piece - and you want to make things as easy as possible for the editors.