One - My short story, Discovering the Gift, will be included in a Tiny Dancer anthology, published by Literary Mix Tapes. I am very thrilled to tell you that two lovely ladies are also writing for it, Theresa Milstein and Jessica Bell. Theresa told me about the anthology and I'm really very chuffed that I got included!
And two - My non-fiction piece, Moments, is going to be included in a book project, Fascinating Females. And do you know that Michelle Alba-Lim is still looking for participants for this book project? Yes, she still is! For those who are interested, please see details below. Thank you, Theresa for helping spread the word.
I'm now inviting anyone who has a fascinating story or article to share, to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may write it as a mini-biography, a snapshot, or a vignette. You can write about your adventures (or misadventures) in Mensa, Rotary, Toastmasters, the Red Cross, WOVI, ASTD, SHRM, IAC, the military, or any organization/s (or movements) you belong to. You can write about your life as a wife, a mom, a sister, a girlfriend, a daughter, a student, etc., or you can write about a single defining moment in your life, and so on.
Note that fascination, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, so what you may consider as a humdrum, boring life may be fascinating for others.
You will retain full copyright to whatever gets published, and can have your articles published again anywhere.
Articles can be anywhere from 1-4 pages of letter size (8-1/2 x 11), double-spaced, font 12, Times New Roman.
You may write in first person or third person (whichever you prefer). You may opt to use a pseudonym if you wish.
Please email me at email@example.com if you have any questions or suggestions.
Looking forward to seeing some fascinating articles in my inbox very soon!
Michelle is also on Facebook.
Thank you all and have a wonderful Friday!!!
I have a book give-away!
Please don't miss my book giveaway - Starring in the Movie of my Life by Laurel Osterkamp, please click here to see my post. The book is a finalist for Chick-Lit and International Book Awards (Women's Fiction and Young Adult Fiction). To see more details, please visit Laurel's website and Blog.