Title: The Amaranthine (Thelum Series)
Author: Murees Dupé
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: 8 September 2015
Claire is sassy, human, and an outcast of society―who only wants to know where she belongs.
Alex is arrogant, selfish, and an immortal warrior―who thinks he’s prepared for everything.
Claire knows the world of immortals is where she belongs. As her guide and guardian, Alex finds it hard to resist Claire’s subtle charm. Can the two overcome their differences and embrace their passion for each other, or will the possibility of true love be lost to both forever?
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About the Author
Murees Dupé was born and still lives in South Africa. When she is not thinking up new stories, she is spending time with her family, playing with her three dogs and cat, watching TV, or overindulging on desserts. To learn more about Murees, visit her website www.mureesdupe.com.
Congratulations to Murees! I hope you'll check out her book and grab a copy for yourself.
Now for this week's links. Please bear in mind that I am not endorsing these links, merely passing them along. Always do your own due diligence before submitting your work anywhere.
Orthogonal is seeking short fiction. All submissions are anonymous. 5 to 5000 words. Pays $30 for flash fiction (less than 1000 words) and $100, plus royalties, for short fiction above 1000 words. Current deadline October 1.
Analog is seeking science fiction. Pay varies by length of story, but they pay professional rates. For example, pay is $.08-$.10/word up to 7500 words.
Shoreline of Infinity is seeking science fiction. Up to 5000 words. Pays £10/1000 words.
Sub-Q is seeking speculative interactive fiction. Read their site for more information on what interactive fiction means. Up to 5000 words. Pays $.06/word for prose, $.03/word for interactivity.
Non-Local Science Fiction is seeking science fiction. (I know, that was painfully obvious, right?) Short fiction up to 20,000 words. Pays in royalty shares. They also have a non-paying Fantastical Fiction Feature for pieces less than 3000 words.
Frigg Magazine is seeking short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Flash fiction up to 1000 words, short fiction between 1200-8000 words, creative nonfiction between 1200-8000 words. No word limit on poetry. Pays $50 per piece.
Flash Fiction Online is seeking flash fiction of multiple genres. They have a fondness for speculative, but also take literary and hard to categorize stories. 500-1000 words. Pays $60.
The Indianola Review is seeking short fiction, poetry, artwork, and random fun other things. They want to be surprised. 6000 words or less. Pays $5 to $25, depending upon entry type.
Rob Hart posted an article on Lit Reactor: 11 Tips for a Successful Book Signing.
Mignon Fogarty posted an article on Mental Floss: What's the Difference Between i.e. and e.g?
If you haven't seen it, the cover for The Deep Dark Woods anthology a short piece of mine will appear in is now on my Publications tab. I've also done some fiddling with the tabs in an attempt to get closer to making my blog my author website. If you have a second, check them out and let me know what you think!
What do you think of the cover for The Amaranthine? Any of these links of interest? Anything to share? Did you check out my updated tabs? What do you think about them?
May you find your Muse.