This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Buckets of Hope Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, January 1, 2018
Buckets of Hope Anthology
 
Kat Crawford is in the process of compiling stories from men and women for her new book, Buckets of Hope. Her goal with this book is to help those struggling with forgiveness after loss. The subtitle and cover design are still in the refining process, but she is inviting you to share your stories.
 
Kat is searching for stories on grief, loss, and/or forgiveness. The manuscript length is 500-700 words. Stories begin with a verse and end with a short reflection. (If you don’t have a reflection, one will be added—this is the teaching and sharing moment to follow your story.) Look at Kat’s first book, Dewdrops of Hope: Help for Those Going Through Grief and Loss for samples of styling.
 
This is a nonpaying market but offers a chance for writers to add to their published portfolios.  Each author will receive one book for participating. Pen names are acceptable.  
 
 Possible topics to consider:
 
    Loving an in-law who doesn’t like you
    Forgiving those who don’t deserve it
    Laughter found in impossible situations
    How to battle the pain of a lost longtime friendship
    The unexpected way God taught you to love after loss
    How to survive the sale of everything sacred and move on
    Forgiving yourself and/or God after the death of a loved one
    Finding the good after the loss of everything through fire or flood
    How you dealt with a death in your family differently than your spouse
    How to get out of bed and face the day with an unkind boss or co-worker
    Finding peace when chosen as executor for an estate when siblings don’t like you
    The loss of a dream because of your own or a family member’s health problems
 
The deadline is January 31, 2018.
Email katcrawford927@gmail.com  for a template for your submission.
Note: Kat reserves the right to accept or reject any submission.
 



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Buckets of Hope Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, January 1, 2018
Buckets of Hope Anthology
 
Kat Crawford is in the process of compiling stories from men and women for her new book, Buckets of Hope. Her goal with this book is to help those struggling with forgiveness after loss. The subtitle and cover design are still in the refining process, but she is inviting you to share your stories.
 
Kat is searching for stories on grief, loss, and/or forgiveness. The manuscript length is 500-700 words. Stories begin with a verse and end with a short reflection. (If you don’t have a reflection, one will be added—this is the teaching and sharing moment to follow your story.) Look at Kat’s first book, Dewdrops of Hope: Help for Those Going Through Grief and Loss for samples of styling.
 
This is a nonpaying market but offers a chance for writers to add to their published portfolios.  Each author will receive one book for participating. Pen names are acceptable.  
 
 Possible topics to consider:
 
    Loving an in-law who doesn’t like you
    Forgiving those who don’t deserve it
    Laughter found in impossible situations
    How to battle the pain of a lost longtime friendship
    The unexpected way God taught you to love after loss
    How to survive the sale of everything sacred and move on
    Forgiving yourself and/or God after the death of a loved one
    Finding the good after the loss of everything through fire or flood
    How you dealt with a death in your family differently than your spouse
    How to get out of bed and face the day with an unkind boss or co-worker
    Finding peace when chosen as executor for an estate when siblings don’t like you
    The loss of a dream because of your own or a family member’s health problems
 
The deadline is January 31, 2018.
Email katcrawford927@gmail.com  for a template for your submission.
Note: Kat reserves the right to accept or reject any submission.
 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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