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People's Friend Pocket Novel

charlotte m - January 6, 2018 writes:

I sold a pocket novel to people's friend with the request for three more. The novel will be available in whsmith, supermarkets and newsagents in April. Being my first murder mystery it has definitley given me a thirst to write more of the same genre
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Rachel V - January 18, 2018 replied:

This sounds great. This is what I did pocket books. I did a pocket autobiography. Also short stories with others in small books. This is what I'm good at along with letters and fillers for magazines.

Gary H - January 30, 2018 replied:

Congrat and as a newbie can i ask what a pocket novel is? Thanks Gary

charlotte m - January 30, 2018 replied:

Gary a pocket novel is something that can be put in your handbag/pocket and normally 50k words for My Weekly or 37k for People's friend. They usually with the magazines in supermarkets/some newsagents

Gary H - January 30, 2018 replied:

Oh yes of course many thanks and congratulations once again.

charlotte m - January 30, 2018 replied:

Thank you Gary :)

Susan K - March 21, 2018 replied:

Wow fantastic! Many congratulations

Susan K - March 21, 2018 replied:

Wow fantastic! Many congratulations

Susan K - March 21, 2018 replied:

Wow fantastic! Many congratulations

Amanda E - March 31, 2018 replied:

That's great! Congratulations :)

Sandra P - April 17, 2018 replied:

Congratulations Rachel πŸΎπŸŽ‰

Sandra P - April 17, 2018 replied:

Congratulations Rachel πŸΎπŸŽ‰
 
 

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