Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Ether Books publications

Dear Readers across the globe,
I'm humbly sharing this awesome news with you (as far as I'm concerned anyway)
This English Mobile Publisher called Etherbooks has accepted three pieces of mine: a flash essay on public transport called "PATCHY TRANSPORT FOR THE PADDIES", a poem called "WAKE UP" both "downloadable" for FREE and something for the ladies, a feel good fiction ( about 1500 words) called "SEX ON THE BEACH"  "downloadable" for 69p through the same link.

So dear, dear readers, if :
  • you have an Iphone (If you don't, like me, you won't be able to see this. But then you can always check my latest silly science-fiction short story -300 words- on previous post. It's readable from any mobile phone)
  • you're stuck between point A and B (and obviously not driving, I don't want you to have an accident)
  • you're completely bored,  
  • you forgot your book/magazine at home,
  • you love reading,
(a lot of Ifs) then you might think of me and say:" Hey I know this perfect stranger who's writing pieces on why don't I try to see what she is on about and read her pieces on my cool Iphone?
Yes, why don't you try? You'll make my day, and who knows, I might make yours. (No, that's pushing my luck too far.)

Thank you, dear readers. Did I say how cool you are? Well let me tell you again, you're very cool.;-)


  1. Congratulations!!! It must be great to think of people reading your work in many different places as they go to work. Alas, I don't possess an Iphone so I can't be one of them!

  2. Awesome! That is such fantastic news. I can't wait to read, and I WILL read. Congrats!

  3. Congrats! I wish I had an iphone. No, I like my android. Will it be available in epub or mobi formats? I'm about to meme you so others can see your great news. Meanwhile, I'm so slow reading campaign entries that it'll be awhile before I post my blog with a link to yours. It'll be the Friday post on Now off to read your entry!

  4. I DO have an iPhone and will have to check it out!

    The picture on my blog is of Katniss Everdean from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Hollywood is making it into a movie and the pic is a promo pic. I didn't mean to be so cryptic (though it fits the killer theme)

    I didn't participate in that particular challenge so I could finish editing my WIP before NaNo (I know it was only 300 words but somethimes I'm already at saturation) But that made me an ideal judge. Congrats again! I don't judge next round but my fingers are crossed for you :)

  5. Thank you all for your kind words!! Any feedback on those stories would be very welcome too.