Write Short Stories and get PaidWriting short stories and getting paid
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Do you write short stories alive? From Ginny Swart
Just a few authors in this category earn enough money to feed themselves by just telling their stories. Entering the short story scene can also be more difficult than other types of letter. They also know in advance how much per words the publications will pay. Short-stories are treated very differently.
You' re sending your stories to a novelist who's never even known you. In order to get it published, she has to like your storyline better than anyone else that lands on her desktop this weekend. Women2s Weekly, UK, gets 800 stories per months and uses two per weeks.
So, if they buy your history, you have the right to be feeling quite good, and you know that you have somehow met the point for this auctions. The salary ranges from 80 to 500 quid, according to the length of your work and the number of copies of the mag. The most journals have default tariffs for a short or longer history, others are paying the same regardless of length.
A few have a moving scale: for the first history of you accepting them, you will be paid "beginner prices" and as they receive more entries, your reimbursement will improve until it is more than twice as high as your first one. I' ve never even met a short novelist who disputes the proposed pay.
I' m accepting! Contrary to some other medias that make you waiting for your cash to use your play, journals usually charge for stories on adoption or at the end of the months in which they record your history. She' s authored over a thousand stories and 17 children's novels, but still gets her part of the rejection.
In a short novel, the knack is to make more than one sale. Since there are often 6 month between the acceptance and the printing date, this can bind your history for two years). However, you are free to resell your history outside the English-speaking world:
Today she wants to write at least 90 stories a year and is one of the few short novelists who can carry herself through her work. Not to mention the financial benefits, the level of contentment for a short novelist is high. Maybe the major distinction between those who write for a livelihood (and make a great deal more) and those of us who write short stories is that for them, it is their work.
It is a great treat for us as short novelists, and getting paid for them is the cherry on our lit... Elizabeth Dale herself never gets tired of telling her stories: Born in 2001, Ginny Swart began to write short stories and to date has written over 350 short stories for women's journals around the year.
She won the prestigious UK The Real Writers Prize from over 4000 participants in 2003.