Shelf Unbound: Free Magazine for Writers

Well, another snowy day at my mountain home. Yesterday it was in the 70s, and today we've got several inches of snow on the ground. Spring should resume again tomorrow.

It's been an amazingly busy week and a half. Three of my children have been in no less than six performances in that time, coupled with prom and visiting parents and in-laws. Not to mention preparing my agent submission in the middle of everything. So today, I'll keep my post short.

Today's resource is a free magazine for writers. Shelf Unbound is an electronic magazine with more than 100,000 readers in the US and abroad. I had never heard of it before I received an email last week. Here's what it said:

Why do successful writers
subscribe to Shelf Unbound?

It's free
It keeps you on top of the latest trends in writing from small press and independent authors.
It’s more than a magazine--it's a community of writers, readers, and editors enthusiastically championing self-published and small press books.
It’s a 2012 Maggie Award finalist for Best Digital-Only Magazine.
Still need another reason? Well, we’ll let Shelf Unbound speak for itself--read the latest issue here.

Page through the sample magazine and let me know what you think. See you back here on Wednesday.
Here's the link to subscribe: ShelfUnbound


  1. I had a read though of the magazine. It actually looks like a great publication (though the advertising is too expensive for me to try out).

  2. I'm heading over to check it out, thanks for the heads up. And enjoy the snow, even if it is May!

  3. Thanks for stopping by Sonia and Charlotte. It's 8pm and it's still snowing--but it's warm enough that it's just sticking to the grass.




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