Short Fiction Stories for Group Publication!

Short fiction stories are a great source of untapped earning potential for authors of all ages. You just may not know how to start earning with these tiny renditions, especially if you are just starting out with your writing.

Short Fiction Stories

Sometimes when you are in the middle of writing books, you come up with a short story that is great entertainment; however, you just don't know what to do with it once it's written. It doesn't seem very economical to go through all of the motions to publish a twenty to fifty page story, which in most cases it's not if you go the traditional route. That is, of course, unless you have several short stories that you can publish all together into one larger book.

Well, most people that write short stories don't write very many of them. Maybe one or two here and there to take up some time. I'm one of those writers that concentrates most of my efforts on novels. I usually have a difficult time writing short fiction stories myself, but I do have a few of them. But, like you, I don't want to waste a whole lot of time to get them published. Until I came up with this a brilliant idea!

Short Fiction Stories are Something Everyone Can Profit From!

The idea I have is something everyone can profit from. Last year I commissioned a new program called Fiction Shorts that allows authors just like you to submit your short stories (fiction only) to be published into a compilation book of fiction short stories. Each story that is submitted goes through an acceptance process and if selected, will be edited and published in the annual publication. Each author will receive an equal share of the profits with the other authors from each sale the book makes.

For example, if there are ten authors who publish 10 stories in the book and the book profits $5.00 each sale (after cost of making the book is removed), each author would receive a royalty of 50 cents per book. That doesn't sound like much, but with the marketing power of ten authors pushing the sale of the book, plus Write and Publish Fiction's efforts, the profits climb quickly from there. And it's residual income that you will receive for the rest of your life (or as long as the book is for sale, which will be as long as I live I guess).

If you are interested in participating or you have some short fiction sitting around that you would love to see published and even make some money with, see how you can share the profits when you publish your short fiction stories with Fiction Shorts.

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