“Rachel Can See” becomes the first Million Eyes short story to be longlisted

One of the completed Million Eyes short stories, entitled Rachel Can See, has been longlisted in the annual InkTears short story competition.

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Whether it will be shortlisted and eventually published remains to be seen, but it means Rachel Can See is getting a little bit closer to publication. Without giving too much away, this is a conspiracy story that ‘teases’ the Million Eyes trilogy. It is set in the same world and features a girl called Rachel who is experiencing some troubling memories about world events, and the details of her own life…

InkTears is a prestigious short story competition with a £1,000 cash prize for the winner. Winners, runners-up and highly-commended authors are also offered the possibility of publishing a collection of their short stories through InkTears, which is a great opportunity for new writers. The word limit when I entered the contest last year was 3,000 words and the closing date was November 30th. It was £6 to enter.

This Wednesday’s blog: A Valentine’s special about the world’s weirdest insects…

 

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