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birddog22
Stephen McCall

Jun 17, 2013, 11:02 PM

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Greetings from an 18 year old aspiring author. Living in the southern united states and writing a steampunk novel with a touch of fantasy. Writing whilst juggling school and life/church etc (something im sure you all as writers are familiar with haha!) is something thats i always struggled with but getting better!
However I wondered if anyone knew if people (specifically publishers) like short story collections or are single shot stories more what they look for?


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Jun 18, 2013, 5:44 AM

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Welcome, Birddog22.

Publishers much prefer novels to collections, especially for first books.


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