Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
The weekend will be filled with private and guided writing time, lectures, workshops, a field trips to the Herman Melville Museum, and the Norman Rockwell Museum. Attendees will also get a lovely one of a kind journal created by our artist in residence, David Rule, information on how to get published, editing and much more.
All meals, wine, and lodging are included in the price.
Interested? Please email us at email@example.com
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
I would like to take a moment thank you all for your participation, support and trust in Breaking Rules Publishing.
To date, this has mostly been a one-man show. Since its inception, BRP has published 84 books from 72 authors from the US – Canada, Scotland, England, Germany, Czech Republic, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, China, Australia, India, and Jamaica.
We have created a bi-monthly magazine, The Scribe (more about that later) and we will be publishing our 4th Short Story Book Project book on Oct31st.
We are offering editing services as well as cover art services.
Thank you, David Rule, for the image for the cover image.
And on Nov 8th we will have our first 3 day writers retreat. And we have also just hired a little bit of help.
So - a lot has happened. But – there is more to do. We are hoping to reach the 100 mark with our books published, (so if you have any new submissions – we’re ready to hear from you again.) We will continue to create writing retreats and we have decided to take The Scribe to a monthly level added 2 new magazines to the mix. And will start to pay a small compensation for our short stories and poems published in the magazines.
Horror – a monthly magazine dedicated to the genres of horror/thriller/paranormal. We will continue with the same formatting – short stories/poetry in this specific genre as well as add some helpful tips on writing – starting a blog – journaling etc. We already have a wonderful response and submission level and look forward to the first release date of Nov 1st. Thank you to Patty McCarthy for the encouragement and inspiration to form this magazine.
Triangle Writers – a monthly magazine dedicated to the LGBT writers and or short stories and poetry. Like Horror and The Scribe, we will continue with the same formatting sticking with this focus. The genres are open to all – the themes just need to be LGBT based or written by LGBT writers. Thank you to David Rule for the image for the magazine cover.
As you know, the September issue of The Scribe is out and ready. It is one of our largest and most diverse issues. With the two new magazines in the works, you will all have more opportunities to submit your work. And because of the vast interest in these three magazines, we have decided to start to offer a small compensation for the stories and poems written. Please look to our website for additional information, www.breakingrulespublishing.com.
To that point – we are only able to pay for submissions if we sell magazines, get advertisements, and of course, we’ll need your help for that. You can do that in many ways. Purchase or subscribe to one or all of the magazines yourself. Promote the magazines on your social media to your friends and followers – share it on your social media groups – recommend it and let me know where in your communities I can place the magazines for better exposure.
Feel free to make your purchase of a subscription to the links below.
Subscription links -
To purchase The Scribe – September Issue.
And lastly – I have to announce the sad news that we have lost one of our most kind-hearted poets. Roy Jeffers was killed in a motorcycle accident this last week. Roy has 3 books of poetry and 1 short story. He also has many more books in the works and we are working with his family to see where they would like to go with them. In the meantime, Roy’s royalties will be donated to The Point Foundation and Kidspeace – two organizations dedicated to helping young people through advanced education. If you are a fan – consider purchasing one or more of Roy’s books. If you haven’t experienced the delight of a Roy Jeffers poem – I would highly recommend reading his work. He truly was a talented man. We, I, will miss him.
It seems that this is a week of bad news in the way of life and death issues. One of our children/young adult book writers, Debra Bellera, has been placed on life support. It seems that she has been suffering for some time and was just recently admitted for a heart condition. Debra is currently fighting her way back to us. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
I hate to end on a sad note so I would like to add that it has been my honor to work with each of you and I look to most of you as friends, if not family. Your support, trust, and understanding has meant the world to me.
Thank you again and I look forward to hearing from you very soon.
Monday, July 22, 2019
3. CREATE IMAGES OF QUOTES FROM YOUR WRITING:
4. USE ENTICING IMAGES FOR YOUR BLOG POSTS:
5. ORGANIZE YOUR BOARDS:
6. LINK TO PINTEREST ON YOUR WEBSITE:
7. You’re a writer for crying out loud – make SURE YOUR PROFILE IS INTERESTING:
8. Like anything else worthwhile - PIN CONSISTENTLY:
9. PIN SELECTIVELY:
10. USE PINTEREST FOR STATS:
We are still looking for guest bloggers - if you're interested please contact us via the firstname.lastname@example.org email.
We are still looking for poets and short story writers to fill the pages of The Scribe Magazine - if you're interested - check out our website at www.breakingrulespublishing.com or email us at email@example.com.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
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