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Writing Short Stories in Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, and More

For Fun and Profit
Narrated by: Jack Nolan Wadsworth
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
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I believe that writing short stories in sci-fi, fantasy, horror, post-apocalyptic, and related genres represents a great way to get into indie publishing and finding your ideal audience. Here's my take on why this is so fun, often rewarding, and really exciting.

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  • Josh Larkin
  • 14-11-17

Helpful but informal

This book was a quick and dirty run down of tips and tricks for new authors. As an aspiring author, it was informative, but not groundbreaking. I was slightly offput by the informal nature, but that is a personal preference. There are some good tips on getting an ebook out there and visible, and this book has caused me to rethink some of my writing plans to tackle short stories first and get them out there to build a reader base

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  • EHMnicke
  • 20-06-18

Knowledgeable

This book makes publishing seem more realistic and gives good milestones for working. I wish it had more about storytelling processes.

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