1. Create hubpages for your stories. People will read the same.
2. Create ebooks or self-publish (lulu.com)
3. Send a few to my email.
Hi, Chana. I know of a couple of places online where you can publish your stories and get really good feedbackon them as well as help in refining your craft. webook.com is an excellent resource for fiction writers. If you have some stories that you wish to get published for pay try some of the online magazines.
What genre are your stories?
by Uneducated opinio5 years ago
I have always loved to write short stories, but since I have been out of high school I really have not had any time or motivation to do so. Within the past few weeks I have made time to do so and was wondering of there...
by Oliver Rifkind2 weeks ago
I mentioned in another thread that I have come across some time and wish to start writing again. I have been writing short science fiction stories that I wish to turn into a book. Would it be possible to...
by Brandon_C8 years ago
I'm just wondering if the Hub would be a good site for me to post short stories I write or is there a better site I should be using. It seems as if the Hub is more for just opinions.
by Little wonders6 years ago
Hi, I was just wondering if hubpages is a good place to publish short stories? If so, what kind? Would there be an interest in Christian short stories?
by Angela Michelle Schultz5 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
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