Weekly writing check-in: the one with a finished novelette

So, I finished my coffee/ghost story this week. It has words! And an ending! And a title! Giving up the Ghosts came in at 8,948 words. I also think this is the first time I’ve written an honest-to-goodness sequel for something. I think it worked. At least, I hope it did. I’ll know in a few weeks when I read over the draft.

I also worked a bit on some flash fiction. And if you take a gander below, you’ll see a link to a post I did up yesterday on five books about WWI.

Writing Work:

Submissions:

  • Knight in the Royal Arms
  • Five to Freedom

Rejections:

  • None

Acceptances:

  • None

Publications:

Just a matter of timeYes, on Kindle only. For short stories, this seems to be my best option. As tempting as the 58 cent payouts from Kobo are … okay, they’re not tempting at all. I’m better off, for the time being, placing my short work in KDP Select and the Kindle Unlimited program.

For now. It might not always be that way. And I’m not locked into anything. At least, I’m only locked in for 90 days. 90 days? In publishing? That’s a blink of an eye.

So … it’s available for 99 cents, or you can borrow it for free if you are an Amazon Prime and/or Kindle Unlimited member.

2 Comments

Filed under Reading & Writing, Weekly Writing Check In, Writing

2 responses to “Weekly writing check-in: the one with a finished novelette

  1. edeevee

    Oh gosh, I love the cover! And the blurb! My Nook is dying. I may need to replace it with a kindle 😉

  2. I’m happy that you finished your story. I have not worked on any of my writing for a while now due to this job in retail. I pray I get the time too.

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