It’s time for yet another Story Time Friday. Well, not exactly.
I’ve been doing this series on the blog since December and until today I haven’t missed a week. This have been the one time I’ve started a blog series and is didn’t slowly run out of steam and only get the occasional post (Like Aged Pages and Authors We Love). But this week, I don’t have a post for you to enjoy.
I’m not home this week, and I’m keeping busy with a few things. I’m not finding a story or poem in myself this time, even though I could make some time to write. I made a (short notice) call for submissions, but have had no answer at the time I’m typing this up. Because of this, I decided to just skip the week. But I plan on getting back into STF next week. So those 5 people who read these posts every week (maybe that’s too small a number, but I know there are a few regulars at least), you won’t have to miss the posts for too long.
For those who are just finding my blog or this series, you can find all the STF posts if you click the image at the top of the post. I hope you take some time and check out my work, as well as the work of the other poets and authors who’ve sent in their work.
Also, if you’re new around here and are interested in taking part in the series, I’d love to feature your work. I’ll list out the guidelines, etc below if you wanted more info on submission.
What it is:
- Each Friday I’ll be posting a flash fiction story or a few poems from either myself or a guest author/poet.
- Each story will be 250-1000 words each
- If I’m featuring poetry, it’ll be 1-3 poems or a reasonable length.
- Pretty much any genre, age level, etc is open for consideration.
How to Submit:
For those who wish to be part of Story Time Friday in the near future, you can send submissions to the email address that I formerly used for review requests (but don’t anymore since I’m retired . . . don’t try to be clever and slip one in 😛 ): email@example.com. Be sure to use the subject “Story Time Friday Submission” and send your piece as an attachment (.doc/.docx would be best). Any other questions, feel free to comment here or contact me through the blog’s contact form.
Hope to hear from some writers soon!