EMP Publishing Seeks Creepy Campfire Stories

Creepy Campfire Stories Anthology is Accepting SubmissionsEMP Publishing is currently accepting submissions for its anthology entitled Creepy Campfire Stories for Grownups. Stories should be a minimum of 1500 words, a maximum of 6000 words, and should be twisted and depraved. The editors want to be shocked, disgusted, and terrified. They are looking for EXTREME horror.

Deadline: September 1, 2015

Entry Fee: Free

Prizes: Payment for accepted stories will be $0.04¢ per word. Limit is $240 per story.

For more information, please visit their website.

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My Book Is Being Pirated! What Can I Do?

DMCA TakedownYou’ve published your book, and as many authors do, you Google it periodically to see where it might pop up. Is it on Barnes and Noble yet? How about Kobo? As you scan the search results an unfamiliar site stands out. We’ll call it IStealBooks.com. (At the time of this writing, that wasn’t a real website. Let’s hope it’s still not.)

A quick search of the site shows your book is indeed listed, complete with a big, red, FREE DOWNLOAD button. Someone is giving your hard work away for free! Panic sets in. What should you do now? Continue reading “My Book Is Being Pirated! What Can I Do?”