pip wrote:I couldn't understand the joint prize as Apocalypse Cow was so much better than the Half Sick of Shadows which wasn't fabulous and ended very weakly.
pip wrote:I'd rather be entertained by low concept than bored by high concept to be honest. Life is too short to struggle through a book and finish with WTF was that about.
Apocalypse Cow was simple enough but to be fair it was very well written and good craic.
pip wrote:Sounds quirky fun
pip wrote:Nothing worse than a blurb giving away all the twists but i'll have a look.
Quatermass wrote:At the moment, I have submitted said work (in a revised form) to three publishers. None of them I have heard back from, although one of them, Penguin, requires the full manuscript and three months to examine. It's only been one. The other two...well, I have to assume rejection, as I have heard nothing after the time limit, and they say they'll only reply if they intend to take it forward.
Quatermass wrote:Even so, I think that self-publishing is the only way I'll get this out, probably via Kindle. And even then, it's not my best work. Maybe I should go back and revise the damned thing...
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