No Fee List of Submission Calls


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No Fee LIST of Submission Calls

I don’t know about you, but I am aiming to get more of my writing published this year. This blog is a (short!) list of literary journals/publications that are accepting writing & art at the moment. Don’t forget to read the guidelines on their website, they can vary from publication to publication!

If you have any questions about the whole submitting your writing process feel free to ask in the comments & I’ll try & answer. Continue reading “No Fee LIST of Submission Calls”

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(List will be amended as and when. Always check the publisher websites and social media pages for details and deadline changes)


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Book Review. Book Love by Debbie Tung.

 

 

 

  • Book Love

  • Debbie Tung

  • Andrews McMeel Publishing

  • 1449494285 / 978- 1449494285

  • Kindle / Hardback available Amazon 


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The perfect book for book lovers, covering our relationships with our nearest bookstore, to that we have with the characters inside of the books. Immediately relatable. The comics are great, some of the details in the illustrations brilliant. Book Love also advocates why books are the best gifts, the benefits of reading, an illustrated list of some amazing books, and a book lover’s consternation at why book covers with the movie poster is NOT the same book. Book Love has it all. The perfect coffee table book. If anyone asks you that age old question why do you read direct them to Book Love by Debbie Tung. If they still don’t it get after reading that all hope is lost for them.


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