Friday Story Sharing #2

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Happy Friday!

With the success of last week’s Friday Story Sharing event, we decided we’d give everyone a chance to promote their work again this week. Here’s how it works:

If you’re the author of a short story or flash fiction collection costing up to $2.99, you can take this opportunity to advertise your book for free.

In the comments section of this article, please post:

1) The name of the story

2) Your author or pen name

3) A short blurb about your story (try to keep it to an easily Tweetable length–under 140 characters)

4) ONE link to your book on Amazon

If you have more than one story available, you can post it in a separate comment. Do not post pornography or spammy links. Those who don’t follow instructions will have their comments deleted. 

The most important step of all? Let everyone know about your story being shared here! Click the icons below to share to your favorite social media platforms, or you can post a blog entry and link back to here. Whatever you want!

If you’ve never commented on the site before, your comments will have to go through the moderation system. Please be patient–they’ll show up shortly as long as they aren’t spam 🙂

9 Comments

  1. The Power of Six: Six (plus one) Science Fiction Short Stories by Nicholas C. Rossis

    An award-winning Amazon bestselling collection of short Science Fiction stories.

    With 4.8 stars and 31 reviews, The Power of Six has 6+1 short science fiction stories, including the award-winning, “I Come in Peace”. It has repeatedly reached #1 on Amazon since its publication last May.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K57JTAA

  2. 1) The name of the story—The Scary Things…They’re Out

    2) Your author or pen name—G. M. Barlean

    3) A short blurb about your story (try to keep it to an easily Tweetable length–under 140 characters)—Four horror-filled tales to chill your blood. Bad husbands, writers groups, a nightmare, and gardening are the settings for endings with a scream!

    4) ONE link to your book on Amazon—http://www.amazon.com/Scary-Things-Theyre-Out-ebook/dp/B00OY9LH5A/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

  3. 1) The name of the story—Moments of Clarity

    2) Your author or pen name— G. M. Barlean

    3) A short blurb about your story (try to keep it to an easily Tweetable length–under 140 characters)—A collection of humorous essays about the simple life of a farm wife from middle America. These short stories will make you chuckle and touch your heart. Enjoy these stories about childhood, family and life.
    4) ONE link to your book on Amazon—http://www.amazon.com/Moments-Clarity-G-M-Barlean-ebook/dp/B00NE2V96U/ref=pd_sim_sbs_kstore_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=1M41FZGMPMM3AY1YWSXC

  4. 1) The name of the story— Recipes For Revenge, A Four-Course Novel

    2) Your author or pen name— G. M. Barlean

    3) A short blurb about your story (try to keep it to an easily Tweetable length–under 140 characters)— Four short stories laid out like a meal: appetizer, salad, entree and dessert. Recipes included…but this is NOT a recipe book. These are humorously dark tales of women pushed too far and men who get their just desserts.

    4) ONE link to your book on Amazon—http://www.amazon.com/Recipes-Revenge-Four-Course-Novel-Barlean-ebook/dp/B008XCRYWE/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

  5. 1) The Immortals: Part One: Shadows & Starstone

    2) Your author or pen name: Cheryl S. Mackey

    3) A short blurb about your story (try to keep it to an easily Tweetable length–under 140 characters) Can they battle inner demons long enough to defeat legions of enemies and keep their leader, Alarandia, from seizing the Starstone?

    4) ONE link to your book on Amazon http://geni.us/TIpt1

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