Friday, 2 August 2013

Jam.

No doubt if you follow me on twitter you will have seen my excitement and retweeting regarding a short story anthology entitled Jam. The anthology is one of two that has resulted from a competition run by IdeasTap and Mardibooks.... and one of my stories appears in it, hence my excitement and disbelief! Being published has always been a dream of mine and so to have a story in an ebook anthology that is actually on amazon and people can buy it and everything is amazing. Unbelievable. It would be an understatement to say I am excited about this! It's crazy to see my name up there on amazon and it's very surreal, but amazing. (Also just discovered if you search my name on amazon it comes up. AMAZING! As does another book which I definitely did not write, ha!)

Here's a paragraph about the book on their website, which can be found here along with a press release  about both Jam and Toast, the other anthology of winning entries, and all that exciting stuff:

Jam - An anthology of modern short fiction recounting the quirkiness of the everyday.

The 16 stories in Jam cover a wide variety of extreme human emotions where the trivial takes on exaggerated proportions and obsessive crimes and revolutionary thoughts push and compromise relationships and legacies.
Contributors: Ed Ballard, Eleanor Bennett, Jonathan Brown, Gavin Bryce, Constantine, Keith Dumble, VĂ©ronique Falconer, Anna Forsyth, Evan Guilford-Blake, Lorna Irvine, DJ Mac, Helen Raven, Sophie Reid, Fionn Shiner, Elly Strigner and Simon Thompson.




And you go can go buy both the anthologies here!


4 comments:

  1. Hiya

    Loved your story. The open ending, I want more.

    Is it auto or semi autobiographical?

    Would cove to know what if anything you thought of mine. Alas searching my name on amazon brings up so much stuff.

    Your fellow collaborator

    Constantine

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    1. Hey,

      Thanks very much! I'm glad you enjoyed it :) No not at all!

      Really enjoyed all the stories in the collection, there was such a fantastic mix of different things I thought it was brilliant!

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  2. How exciting, Sophie!!! Congratulations. :)

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