Please help me.
I’m heartbroken after four years of writing fiction books every day and having hundreds of my submissions rejected by literary agents. People keep asking me why I don’t self-publish. My reply is that if publishers don’t think my works are worthy of being published, they aren’t good enough. But, is that true?
Recently I decided to have some fun writing short stories. So far, I’ve written and published three now available on Amazon Books worldwide under the writer’s name of Glynis Janes (after my two middle names with an ‘s’ added). I got a few sales for which I’ll receive a mere 30 cents of the €1 price paid for each sale, but that’s not the point. The outcome I’m aiming for is that I’ll be able to say on my future submissions to literary agents that I’ve successfully sold my sort stories and my readers like them.
Here’s where you come in. Please log into your nearest online Amazon store and take a look of the three cover pages I designed, read the description, use the Look Inside feature Amazon provides and seriously consider buying €1 for each of my 15 to 20-page Tragic Romance stories on your phone or any other any device. If you're pleased with your purchases, please consider rating them and providing a short reviews. My three short stories are A Pair of Sapphire Earrings, A Good Week for Dying, and Sleeping in the White City. The Man with the Diamond Eye is in the making.
You'll find them on:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BT9Z5HB for A Pair of Sapphire Earrings
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BTDCVHD for Sleeping in the White City
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BTL6HGZ A Good Week for Dying
Also available on all other Amazon sites