Weekly Author Feature

When I opened up Jim Hawkey’s submission, and saw the length – 5300+ words! I was a little bit stuck on what I would do. Was that too big? Would people want to sit and read that long of a blog post? Then light bulb! Why not divide it into two posts? I guarantee a post is filled, and I get to make sure the entire submission is posted!

Then it hit me – why not use this to my advantage?

I’ve decided that, should any authors want to submit a chapter of a novel, I would dedicate the week to them! That being said, this is not limited to just authors. Anyone who wants to submit a large 5000+ word post will have the week. However, with that being said, should you submit a posting that large, I cannot guarantee that your submission will be posted the following week. It is first come, first serve, but with that size, you will get the first empty week available. I will email you and let you know of the dates, and send a subsequent message reminding you of the post the day before it is live.

Also, as an added bonus, if you have the week, you will be featured on the front page for the entire week! The details of this will be discussed via email.

So, with two spots left for April, who wants to be featured for the week?

Any questions? Ask away!


I'm a lover of all things Tudor, and historical - fiction or fact. My aim is to bring together writers of all calibers to share their work with like minded people!

One thought on “Weekly Author Feature

  1. Your idea to split the extract from “Live Bait” into two parts is very sensible and has obviously led to the plan to have a featured author some weeks. I am very much in favour of this and will post a review once I have read the second part of Jim Hawkey’s intriguing first chapter, centred on Mariana.

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