One cabin. Sixteen stories of forbidden love.
SNOW: Stories of Forbidden Love anthology is officially LIVE!
The #SnowAnthology is only available at $0.99 (or equivalent applicable cost in your locality) for a limited time, so pre-order your copy before it’s too late!
This book will only be available for this price for a little while, so grab it while you can. I’m excited to be included – my story, Wings, is one of the stories in there. And of course, I’m still working away at stories on Wattpad, and there’s more coming later in the year, so if you do grab it, let me know.
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Get your copy at a discount here:
Don’t forget to add the anthology to your Goodreads reading lists! Just click here.
About the book:
With an online audience of over ONE MILLION combined followers and hundreds of millions of reads on their stories, the SNOW anthology showcases talented Wattpad authors from around the globe.
Journey into the woods where you will discover a cabin surrounded by snow, filled with secrets…
The SNOW anthology features sixteen original novellas and novelettes in multiple genres, including Young Adult, New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Urban Fantasy, Supernatural and Paranormal.
Brought to you by USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Kelly Anne Blount and available for a LIMITED TIME ONLY! Don’t wait for the snow to melt before you uncover these stories of love, loss, and self-discovery.
Check out the incredible list of authors participating below and click on the links to connect with them on Wattpad!
Kelly Anne Blount – @KellyAnneBlount
Gabriela Cabezut – @GabyCabezut
Megan DeVos – @styleslegend
Rachel Meinke – @knightsrachel
Noelle N. – @hepburnettes
M.C. Roman – @MCRomances
Delilah Mae – @_HakunaMatata_
Gavin Hetherington – @GavinHetherington
Shaun Allan – @ShaunAllan
Lindsey E. Lippincott – @Red_Assassin
Lucy Rhodes – @Lucyface
R. Diamond – @rdiamond89
Sarah Benson – @SarahBensonBooks
J.M. Butler – @JessicaBFry
Debra Goelz – @BrittanieCharmintine
Neilani Alejandrino – @sweetdreamer33Learn More
“Take me with you.”
NBC Universal’s page is here, where you’ll find my story plus others and a whole lot more!
Have a look at the trailer for The Purge: Anarchy. Looking good!
Print on Demand. There’s so many options, it’s difficult to know where to turn.
And that’s my problem. I don’t know where to turn. A veritable plethora of PODs to pick from. But which is the best?
Everyone seems to have their own opinions and pertinent points. One offers free alterations, another has lower shipping costs, another better distribution. But one might insist on a larger wholesale discount and another has greater printing costs. It’s a conundrum which has my head spinning.
I’m looking from a UK point of view, remember. I don’t know how these companies work in your respective countries, but the main options here include:
FeedARead is sponsored by the UK Arts Council, I believe, and Ingram Spark is essentially Lightning Source for people with less than 30 books – which removes Lightning Source from the options anyway. CreateSpace doesn’t actually print in the UK (I could be wrong) and I’m worried about shipping costs. Lulu is OK (I’ve used them before), but the shipping costs aren’t cheap and others have less production costs too.
Then there’s ‘Global Marketing’ or ‘Extended Distribution’ or whatever each company wants to call their particular flavour of getting your book out into the big wide world. They don’t all take returns, which could rule out independent bookstores taking on copies.
CreateSpace are part of Amazon, so your books will be on there, which is great, but they all, pretty much, get your book on the Mighty A. With CS, your book will always be in stock, whereas with others it could say it’s normally 3 weeks delivery. Or 6 weeks, even.
Ingram Spark are, as the name suggests (and by association Lightning Source), part of Ingrams. This means your book is automatically on the Ingrams catalogue, a very useful thing to have. FeedARead apparently make sure you’re listed on Bertrms and Gardners, again, very useful when you want your baby in bricks’n’mortar stores. In the UK, some of these list on Waterstones too.
I’m heard the CreateSpace interface for adding your book is fantastic, a real breeze. Lightning Source, on the other hand, is meant to a real pain. Lulu isn’t too bad but is somewhat awkward.
Who do you use? And why? And why not one of the others? Of course, it’s each to their own. It could come down to the toss of a coin, but I’d be interested in views.
It’ll help me make my own mind up!