The Long and the Short of It (www.longandshortreviews.com) is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of a new member in our family:
MORE BIG NEWS!
Do you write Young Adult or Middle Grade stories or know someone who does? We launch “Aurora” on January 1, 2010 and will need authors to feature in interviews (this is a free promotional spot).
We’ll also need free short stories to share on our “Thrifty Thursday” page. As a special introductory offer we are asking YA/Middle Grade authors to submit to us a 1000 word short story for inclusion on the site free short story page. Upon acceptance for publication we’re offering the following compensation:
Note: All offers must be used or scheduled by January 31, 2010
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Aurora submissions” in the subject with your story in the body of the email. If you have any questions, would like to schedule an interview or have your book reviewed by Aurora, email us at the same email address with your question or request (but please make certain you indicate that it is for Aurora).
On the heels of our announcement that we’ll be opening a YA/Middle Grade reviews site, we also need to put out the call: WE NEED REVIEWERS!!
I’m already getting review requests in the door, and only have a few reviewers lined up. So, if you’re interested in reviewing for the soon-to-be opened Aurora Reviews, please see the reviewer guidelines for LASR/WC (which will be the same for Aurora … except the erotic romance part *G*) and apply as soon as you can.
The guidelines are here:
We have a great incentive program and we’re tons of fun — so for all the books you can read, and the chance to earn Amazon or BN gift certificates, Aurora Gear (tote bags, mugs, T-shirts, etc) and more, become a reviewer!
We hope to hear from you soon.
Marianne and Judy
* Our definition of Young Adult Fiction: YA is fiction written especially for adolescents and/or teenagers and involve characters of the same age (i.e. eighteen y.o. or younger). If your story involves main characters over the age of 18 y.o., we don’t consider it “Young Adult”.