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Shelter in the Storm

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 3, 2012

Shelter in the Storm

Publisher and editor Jim Bell is working on a compilation, Shelter in the Storm, and he has put out a limited call for manuscripts. A publisher is very interested, but so far, the publisher is requesting more samples that are dramatic or heart-tugging. This is a high-level publisher so the stories need to be very strong.

So he is looking for personal experience pieces from around 1000-1800 words that use the drama in the situation very well (you can bring out more drama by making sure you're showing, not telling and by using tools like dialogue). This book is about the personal experiences in our lives when things are not looking so hot--be it in relationships, finances, or other circumstances--and the problem is resolved when God acts in a very clear way. Whether miraculously or through ordinary means, it's in a way that we know it HAD to be God. A time when we tried to fix it and couldn't, but God came through, when He was our Shelter in the Storm or provided a Shelter in the Storm.

You can send submissions to Jim at JGLProjects@earthlink.net. If you'd like, you may request a sample story.

If you have already sent in a story for this, please continue to have patience with us as Jim continues to work on creating just what the publisher wants. Then he will be able to see if your story fits the mix (any good compilation is a mixture of personal experience stories that are strongly dramatic circumstances and others that may not be dramatic circumstances, but are very well written).



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Shelter in the Storm

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 3, 2012

Shelter in the Storm

Publisher and editor Jim Bell is working on a compilation, Shelter in the Storm, and he has put out a limited call for manuscripts. A publisher is very interested, but so far, the publisher is requesting more samples that are dramatic or heart-tugging. This is a high-level publisher so the stories need to be very strong.

So he is looking for personal experience pieces from around 1000-1800 words that use the drama in the situation very well (you can bring out more drama by making sure you're showing, not telling and by using tools like dialogue). This book is about the personal experiences in our lives when things are not looking so hot--be it in relationships, finances, or other circumstances--and the problem is resolved when God acts in a very clear way. Whether miraculously or through ordinary means, it's in a way that we know it HAD to be God. A time when we tried to fix it and couldn't, but God came through, when He was our Shelter in the Storm or provided a Shelter in the Storm.

You can send submissions to Jim at JGLProjects@earthlink.net. If you'd like, you may request a sample story.

If you have already sent in a story for this, please continue to have patience with us as Jim continues to work on creating just what the publisher wants. Then he will be able to see if your story fits the mix (any good compilation is a mixture of personal experience stories that are strongly dramatic circumstances and others that may not be dramatic circumstances, but are very well written).



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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