New Project Alert!
I mentioned this a while ago, but it was a whiiiiiile ago and so I’ll recap. While doing my Creative Writing courses with the Open University, I met some great people with a real passion for writing which rivalled my own. Since then we’ve met up every month or so to chat, share ideas and encouragement, and drink too much coffee. In the course of these meetings we decided that we should form a writing group and get an ebook compiled with our short stories in. Hence was born…
Of course, I’d already released Not Before Bed, then re-released it and hit every hurdle it’s possible to hit along the way. So it seemed like a good idea to use that experience for the good of mankind (see the gravitas I’m trying to instill in this project?), and it would be much easier than doing it all myself this time. Apart from that, it was an opportunity to sandwich my own work between some great pieces of fiction by other people. And so, the project began.
The Brief: Two short stories and a poem from each member of the group.
And so, without any more of a preamble, I would like to declare that our short story collection is now available absolutely FREE from Smashwords…
That’s right, kids! The first collaborative work from the Steel City Writers is finally here!
Now it’s a very different beast to what you’re used to from me. There are some twists, some thrillers, some humour, and…some poems. I’ve even avoided going too dark with my own entries (yeah, I can do that if I want to. I just never want to :D). But it really is worth a read. We’ve even started a blog so you can find out more about each of us and drop us some feedback if that floats your boat. It’s HERE. And don’t forget that Goodreads is great place to share your reviews!
Thanks for reading.
This entry was posted on March 14, 2012 by Craig Hallam. It was filed under epublishing, indie author, kindle, short story, Uncategorized and was tagged with creative writing courses, ebooks, Goodreads, self publishing, sheffield, short stories, writing, writing groups, yorkshire.