Invitation To A Duet

I currently have seven unfinished stories for which I would like to find co-authors. They cover a wide range of genres, Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction, all with my signature Weird flavor.

To this end I am offering to send interested authors a zip file containing the stories. If you would like me to send it to you, drop me a line via my contact page. (I can’t seem to add the link–it’s the park that says “Reach Out And Touch Me” directly above.)

Asking for the file doesn’t obligate you to anything. Read over the partial stories and see if any of them spark your interest. If you would like to work on one or more of them, send me a brief description of what you’d like to do, working from what I have set down.

I’ll choose which author gets which story, based on the pocket outlines. Assuming that I get enough interested replies, then I’ll work with each author, offering my feedback and comments and reworking my sections if necessary to make the stories hang together.

Ideally we will end up with seven stories that can then be collected into a book which I will shop around to a small press for publication.

Payment will be dependent upon the publisher, most likely royalty sharing. For my own part, I will cede to the coauthors reprint rights so that you can publish the stories in your own collections, provided that I am given coauthor credit.

About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle.
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