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  • Genre Based Freelance Writers

    Keep It Coming produces genre based serial stories twice-weekly in a soap opera type format. We are looking for writers in the following genres:

    Action/Adventure
    Fantasy
    Historical (all true)
    Horror
    How-To
    Memoirs/Diaries
    Mystery
    Romance
    Sci-Fi
    Suspense
    Western

    We are also looking to share advertising, banner and/or ad exchanges, reviewers, etc. Please contact us if you are interested in either submitting a story idea or advertising.

    To submit a story idea, vist our website for guidelines: http://www.keepitcoming.net

    To trade in banner or other type of advertising, please send an email to [email protected] DO NOT send story ideas to this address.

    Thanks,
    Kelli Ballard, Editor/Publisher
    www.keepitcoming.net

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    Keep it Coming

    Does anyone have any information on this "Keep It Coming"? I went to the website but I'd like to hear some opinions on the matter.

    Thanos

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    • #3
      I don't know, it seems pretty dodgy.

      Part of me wonders who would pay $3.33 a month to read something over the internet which can be put somewhere for free and 70% of sales isn't much and with the exchange rate as it is, any British writers would end up with what can barely be considered chicken feed.

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      • #4
        And yet with publishing houses favouring only bulky series of genre clones perhaps this kind of thing is the inheritor of the old pulps. Just a thought as I haven't investigated this much yet.

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        • #5
          I agree...

          I'm more or less of the same opinion as you manmiles. At first glance it seemed like a great idea and I even considered submiting some of my own work. But the more I thought about it the more I realized that I'm better off doing it the old fashioned way. I figure if I can get a small following here via the free DGB then maybe I could convince a publishing co. that there is a market for my stuff.

          Thanos

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