For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
After being a self-published Author for some time, I decided it was time to do something to progress my writing career.
Sometime ago I was brave enough to enter a short story competition created by Mirador Publishing with my humble offering called ‘Sock monster.’
To my amazement, I had been selected as one of the lucky winners to be entered into a collection by Mirador called the ‘The Mirador Fantasmagoria’.
Since then I was honoured when Mirador asked me to produce my own collection of an Anthology of short stories.
I am proud to say I have now completed this and only with the help of Mirador have published my first book as a fully-fledged published Author!
My book is entitled ‘A Commuter’s Collection.’
Aimed at the lonely traveller on his daily commute to work every day, I decided to create a collection which would combine humour, sadness, tears and laughter to add a slight variation to his/her journey as the fight for a seat became imminent.
Perfect for the paraffin budgie or the proverbial sardine tin, I hope to bring a few smiles to the faces of the daily commuter as he travels to and from his/her destination. After all, I can sympathise I was once one too.
‘A Commuter’s Collection’ by Jane E.Hill
These whispering dark tales walk through a maze of worlds, which will beguile and haunt.
A little something to divorce the weary traveller from the mundane rat-tat of the train or the sequel of the brake on the bus. Take the hand, which is offered and wander the maze for moments or hours. Just know that the journey might never make your world feel quite the same again.
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Foyles and many online bookstores.
‘The Mirador Fantasmagoria’
We were overwhelmed by the number and the quality of entries. Choosing the winners proved to be a monumental task. Our criteria centred on the gifts of storytelling and imagination. We believe these should be the overriding consideration, for the exploration of the human condition through the story telling process.
We take great pleasure in presenting this selection by some of the world’s most promising new writers and we look forward to working with these immensely talented storytellers on future projects.
‘An inspiring collection of new talent. Without publishers seeking the best new writers through anthologies like this, we will lose the gifts of spectacular narrative. These stories will move you to tears, make you laugh aloud and give you terrifying insights into the dark recesses of the human mind!’