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This is the right way to split your short story online
Submission of your novel in literature magazines is the proven way to publish your work to the public. How about publishing your shorts in your favorite news sites or on the web now to get in touch with your reader? Publishing your brief storyline and welcoming others to your blogs may seem like a good concept, but it could be an invite to catastrophe.
First of all, never publish your entire storyline anywhere on the web: When you publish your entire novel on-line, most writers of literature magazines will consider it to have been released - and will no longer be interested. And yes, that means your own blogs, any other blogs and public portals like Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+, etc.
Yes, there are literature magazines that have already been posted on line. However, which offers are deemed accepted varies from periodical to periodical, so it is very important to review the entry rules of each periodical. The best option - and the one that offers you the widest range of publisher stores - is to make sure your work doesn't show up where it was previously made.
Although we don't suggest you publish your entire storyline on-line, a tempting first section, a gripping dialog with sub-text or a central sequence from your storyline will work beautifully as miniature snippets. And, by post an extract instead of the whole history, you will arouse interest without taking the chance that the play will be regarded by the editor as "previously published".
Only make sure that your move-out is less than 10% of the whole item. Consider the fonts and backgrounds you use when you publish the extract on your website. Select a style and colour schemes that are not distracted or hard to see. So if an on-line tutorial or workgroup is personal and not open to the general population, it should be a safe place to publish your work.
Create a brief history that has already been released. When a work has already been featured in a literature magazine and you now own the right, you can publish the work on your website or your own blogs. Please click on the direct links to the on-line literature magazine in which your brief history will appear. Create a storyline specifically for publication.
It is possible to write a storyline with the intent to publish it on your own website. As this is not a play that you will later be sending to literature journals, you don't have to be worried that it has already been out. Q: Have you ever posted an extract from a brief history on your website?