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Unsent Letters

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Under: Fiction and Nonfiction Anthology

Unsent Letters are letters, and as such, should be written in letter format, as though personally written to another person. It is not necessary to start the letter with "Dear so and so," as long as the letter is clearly written from one person to another. It is acceptable to write the letter to more than one person; for example: your children, your parents, etc. but we would like to do most letters to one specific person. We prefer the letter be 'true', but you are welcome to change names or locations as necessary. If the story is compelling fiction, as long as it meets the guidelines, we're okay with that too, as long as it feels real to the reader. It's the emotional connection the reader can find with you, the writer, that we're looking for.

Unsent Letters accepted for blog posting, $10-25 per letter, payable within 30 days of publication. A live link in your byline on the blog when your story publishes will also be included. Unsent Letters accepted for the published collection (paperback anthology) receive $50-250 per letter, depending on length, appeal, current budget, category needs, editor's needs, and how much formatting and editing will be required to make the Unsent Letter publishable.  

from:
www.hopeclark.blogspot.com
 

In : Fiction and Nonfiction Anthology 



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Unsent Letters

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Under: Fiction and Nonfiction Anthology

Unsent Letters are letters, and as such, should be written in letter format, as though personally written to another person. It is not necessary to start the letter with "Dear so and so," as long as the letter is clearly written from one person to another. It is acceptable to write the letter to more than one person; for example: your children, your parents, etc. but we would like to do most letters to one specific person. We prefer the letter be 'true', but you are welcome to change names or locations as necessary. If the story is compelling fiction, as long as it meets the guidelines, we're okay with that too, as long as it feels real to the reader. It's the emotional connection the reader can find with you, the writer, that we're looking for.

Unsent Letters accepted for blog posting, $10-25 per letter, payable within 30 days of publication. A live link in your byline on the blog when your story publishes will also be included. Unsent Letters accepted for the published collection (paperback anthology) receive $50-250 per letter, depending on length, appeal, current budget, category needs, editor's needs, and how much formatting and editing will be required to make the Unsent Letter publishable.  

from:
www.hopeclark.blogspot.com
 

In : Fiction and Nonfiction Anthology 



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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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