The Fog Horn Seeks Short Fiction

tumblr_inline_mzt5zqBxSB1r1yxm0The Fog Horn, a new digital-only literary journal, is seeking submissions of short stories in any fiction genre, whether traditional, speculative, or experimental. Submissions must be unpublished and written in English. Suggested length is 1,200 – 8,500 words.

Entry Fee: NONE

Deadline: March 31, 2014 for next issue

Payment: $1000 per story

Visit the website for more information.

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Video Trailer: GM

GMIn 1996 Rachel Whitelock escaped the war in Zaire with a secret that could change the lives of millions. Now she is going back to Africa to oversee covert trials of the genetically modified crop that came from that discovery.

But someone is waiting for her.

Ex-warlord Ato Jelani has waited eighteen years for her to return what she took, but he doesn’t want it to feed the people. With the power this crop has, he can restart the war.

Hunted across the jungles of Bengara, Whitelock must pull off a daring plan that could make or break her career… and change the course of a nation.

GM, the thriller by Alan Porter, is available at and Amazon UK.

Don’t forget, you can cast your vote for trailer of the month on March 29, 2014 at 5 p.m. Pacific time.

All Mystery Newsletter: A Great Free Promo Resource

all mystery newsletterIf you write mysteries, you’re kind of in luck. Because that’s a very high sales value genre. One very concrete measure of that is the pricing on BookBub—the highest priced advertising on their newsletter at $1500 for a book over $2.00. But there’s a way to get your book promo mailed to readers in that niche without the expense: the All Mystery! newsletter.

Rebecca Dahlke’s lively tipsheet/site for mystery novels has had an interesting history, particularly in light of that discussion of pricing. She explains the service’s bounce from free to fee back to free like this, “I started All Mystery e-newsletter in 2010. It went out once a month and it was free to all authors. Then social media fired up and more was needed, including the time I spent to produce, so a fee was charged. However, I’ve recently been able to revamp All Mystery, adding some much needed muscle to the social media aspect–and now I’m happy to be able to offer promotion again for Nada, zip, zero, nada.” Continue reading “All Mystery Newsletter: A Great Free Promo Resource”