Monolith Anthology: Story Accepted!

I’m very excited to announce that I’ve just had a short story, “Anemone” accepted to be published as part of an anthology called Monolith. The anthology will be published as both a physical and Ebook by Creative Writers’ Press hopefully in the new year.

I’m very excited to announce that I’ve just had a short story, “Anemone” accepted to be published as part of an anthology called Monolith. The anthology will be published as both a physical and Ebook by Creative Writers’ Press hopefully in the new year.

It will be part of a series and each one will have a theme (the theme for series one being “New Beginnings”).

You can help support this project by becoming a patron at https://www.patreon.com/antonym_copeland.

More news to follow.

Author: strickletonyahoocouk

Hi, my name is David Strickleton, and this is a blog all about writing fiction. I have been writing mostly short stories for the last ten years, a selection of which I have published on Amazon Kindle under the title, "Nameless and Other Stories". I have also published my first novel, "The River" (also available through Amazon Kindle) it is a Y/A story about 18 year-old Patrick who along with a girl travels to America to save a reclusive musician from a fate Patrick has glimpsed through prophetic dreams. I am currently working on short stories and am hoping to have on of my latest pieces, "Anemone" included in an anthology. Along the way, I am trying to soak up as much advice and wisdom about the art and craft of writing fiction as possible. To this end, I thought it would be a good idea to start my own blog on this subject and hopefully engage other readers and bloggers with shared knowledge and opinions.

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