16
May

STELLAR REVIEW OF VOLUME 2!

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Just want to share with our SUCKER fans and friends this beautiful review of volume 2 by Arianne St. Clare.

 

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9
May

More FREE copies. . . Goodreads Giveaway!

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Our social media director Kacey Vanderkarr has put together a Goodreads giveaway from May 8-June 8th – check it out!

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ALSO. . . SUCKER LITERARY: an anthology, volume 2 is FREE today and Friday on Amazon in the Kindle store. Click here now to get your FREE copy! (more…)

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8
May

SUCKER, FREE! (Get it?)

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BIG NEWS!
WE ARE FREE TODAY!!!

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SUCKER LITERARY: an anthology, volume 2 is FREE today, tomorrow, and Friday on Amazon in the Kindle store. Click here now to get your FREE copy! (more…)

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5
May

So how long will this all take?

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The question every submitting writer wants to ask the agents or editors who have their work.

At SUCKER LITERARY, we try to be very transparent about the submitting/responding process. So I will break down the steps for all of you who have submitted (and those of you who are just curious). (more…)

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10
Apr

The Story Behind The Story: Ann Karasinski’s A Level Playing Field

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Author Ann Karasinski
“A Level Playing Field”

Several years ago in our now defunct local newspaper, I read about a woman, a wife and mother, who had died in a tragic accident. Over time the her story began to haunt me.  The newspaper described the woman’s community involvement and named her surviving family members, including a teenaged son.  I wondered how her son actually would survive, how he would remember his mother and see his dad, and how he would see himself.  Eventually, this son took up residence in my imagination and spoke to me through my own secrets and experiences and became Jason O’Donnell. (more…)

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9
Apr

The Story Behind The Story: Allie Brennan’s Dark Angel

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About a year ago, I had just finished another book about an impossibly sexy angel guy and his weak (and clueless) human soul-mate. Now, I’m not saying I didn’t enjoy the book, but it made me think; what if the roles were reversed. What would happen if there was a strong kick-ass and sexy female angel and her weak and plain human lover boy. And to really twist it up, what if she was the bad guy? Or supposed to be the bad guy?

To get my novels straight in my head, I sometimes write short stories about them to work out voice, character traits, tone, etc. Well, that’s what I did here (minus lover boy), and I blew through this story so fast I barely breathed. I immediately fell in love with my feisty DARK ANGEL, Lucy, and her jerk of a brother, Damon. (more…)

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8
Apr

The Story Behind The Story: Kelly Samuels’ Do You Remember Fred?

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KELLY SAMUELS, author of “Do You Remember Fred?”

www.KellySamuels.com

A few years back, I went to UCLA to investigate their Extension’s decorating program.  And now I’m a writer.  Somehow I ended up at the Writer’s Fair, sat in on a lecture and listened to an author talk about all the characters she has swimming around in her head.  I thought, Hallelujah, I don’t have a multiple personality disorder; I just have characters searching for a plot. (Some characters I’ve had with me since childhood!) (more…)

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7
Apr

The Story Behind The Story: Hannah R. Goodman’s Miki and Dex

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Hannah R. Goodman, author of “Miki & Dex” SUCKER LITERARY: an anthology (volume 2)
www.hannahrgoodman.com

This is a story taken directly from an episode of the TV show that could be my teenage years: The Hannah Chronicles. It is highly fictionalized for your consumption because what really happened that night . . . well, let’s put it this way, there is a reason why I only write fiction and why I will NEVER write a memoir. (more…)

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6
Apr

The Story Behind The Story: Claudia Snow Classon’s Angels and Serendipity

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Claudia Snow Classon, author of “Angels and Serendipity”
http://wordprowler.blogspot.com/

Last summer I learned that having a second story accepted by SUCKER entitles an author to a whole new level of editorial support. While most literary magazines merely offer a perfunctory assessment of one’s latest blood, sweat, and tears opus, SUCKER ups the ante by providing en suite one-on-one overnight collaboration. (more…)

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