HorrorSociety.com Calling for Short Storiesposted by
From the HorrorSociety.com website:
Do you write short horror themed stories? For the first time ever, HorrorSociety.com is announcing a call for entries. The best stories will be collected and published in a new anthology book titled Horror Society Stories Volume One. This is our chance to give back to our readers, if you will; publish our fellow writers and provide our readers with quality literature. Also, submissions that don’t make the final cut will be posted periodically on the site as a special treat for those who don’t have the money to drop on the book.
- All stories sent in must be original. Winning authors will be required to sign a contract stating that the submitted work is original and competely there-own. We don’t care if the story has been published in the past, we just want to make sure it’s yours.
- All stories must be between 3,000 and 10,000 words long.
- All stories must be properly formatted. There isn’t a particular style in mind, just don’t use any crazy spacing, font size, or font style.
- When sending your story in, HORROR SOCIETY STORIES VOLUME ONE needs to be in the subject line.
- When sending your story in, please include your full name, address, and a little about yourself.
- Authors may send in multiple stories, although only one story per author will be used if selected to be in volume one.
- Finally, please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IF YOU WIN:
- Selected authors will be published in Horror Society Stories Volume One, which will become available through Amazon, Kindle, and Createspace.
- Selected authors will receive an automatic prize amount of $20.00.
- Selected authors will receive heavy promotion both on our main website HorrorSociety.com, our Facebook and Twitter pages, and all future press releases.
- Selected authors will receive five free copies of the anthology book to use however they want.
- Incase the book becomes a big seller, selected authors will receive a 10% royalty check. *This will come into play if the book sells 750 or more copies.