I've heard a lot lately about this ezine, but have never read it. I'm going to have to check it out!
Brent, can you e-mail me at htjohnston(at)yahoo.com?Thanks.
I just checked out eFiction. Sounds interesting and the fact that it is an indie fiction magazine means there a lot of new writers to discover. Thank you for sharing, and for taking part in Red's Trick or Treat bash.Red sent me. RedTash.com
I'm fresh into e-publishing with my novel, Mama Lacee. I've posted it on Amazon but having little if any luck getting the word out so far. Mama Lacee has strong self-reliant Black females as the main characters, which you don't see much of in the mainstream press. It's sad to think that the only way to get considered as a writer is to relegate the Black women to secondary status. I tell anyone that talks to me about how much they enjoyed THE HELP, that I've got a story where they don't need a leg up. Mama Lacee's in her 80's, but you really don't want to get on her bad side.
So many deserving books, so little time...
It would be interesting to know the percentage of black male e-writers. As a black male in my 50's I feel like a truly rare bird.