Writing Contest for Active Duty Military and Veterans with possible eBook deal as prize
April 7, 2014 (Vista, California). Social Publishing House (SPH) will launch its first writing competition through its website in May. The competition will be short story memoirs of fewer than 1200 words. SPH is using this competition to find military authors to publish.
The competition will be open to all writers starting May 1, 2014, at 8am PST. Entry is free and will be closed after the first 45 submissions.
SPH is hosting this writing competition to look for potential authors to publish. Winners of the competition will be introduced to the nine editors that are part of SPH.
Judges will be reviewing short story memoir pieces between 1000-1200 words. SPH is encouraging all writers to participate, including active duty military or veterans.
“We are very excited to see what the writers come up with,” says founder and CEO Brian Gilb, “more importantly, we hope to find a military veteran with excellent writing ability that we can move forward to publish.”
Brian Gilb started Social Publishing House in October of 2013. The company is an eBook publisher and emphasizes the quality of production, evaluation, and distribution of eBooks for both the reader and writers in the United States. SPH looks to make writing a profitable profession; offer quality control in books, and help guide the consumer into purchasing a book that directly benefits those who created it.
Writers can sign up for the competition via the company website at www.socialpublishinghouse.com/writing-competition/.
Contact: Brian Gilb, CEO Social Publishing House