Congratulations! Um, this is possibly a really stupid question. Is the "True Romance" magazine, the same one that would come up in the first two or three results if I did a search for "true romance magazine" on Google?I only started reading here yesterday, I don't know anyone. If I'm talking stupid it's because, I AM STUPID.I did a search, all I could see were girls in wedding dresses and men fighting their reactions to look like they were there voluntarily. I like your blog, I'm working my way through it, but I draw the line at "Best Bridal Shower Ever" articles, just to hunt out one of your stories.
If you get the same results I do with Google, then it's the same magazine. True Romance is one of a group of five confession magazines published in the U.S. by Dorchester Publishing. "Confessions" are a particular genre of women's fiction in which the stories are all written in the first person by a female narrator and presented as if actually true.If you're looking for some of my fiction, check out my Web site at www.CrimeFictionWriter.com. I have a partial list of stories published in a variety of genres and links to a few that are available on-line.
Congratulations, Michael!Wasn't August the month you were worried might break your perfect streak of having something published every month for MANY years?
Yep. But, after posting my concern, I sold three stories scheduled for August. This is the first of the three to appear.I have one story tentatively scheduled for September, but nothing yet scheduled for October.
I'm not worried. October is sure to be filled with treats not tricks. Just a question of how many stories you'll see published before Halloween!
I am going to start telling everyone that Michael and I are cowriters on anything I come up with so that maybe something gets accepted.
This probably isn't a good year to affiliate yourself with me, Kevin. My rejection rate is much higher than in past years.
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