This is the new cover for Romantic Comedy Shorts , my collection of humorous chick lit stories. As a bonus there are three new stories included: The Show (romantic comedy), The Punch of Life (women's fiction), and Sisterly Amends (also women's fiction). A collection of stories by Suz Korb about life and love mishaps. This edition includes bonus romantic comedy story The Show, and also two bonus women’s fiction stories The Punch of Life and Sisterly Amends. Pulled: Kara's divorce is finalised. Yay! She pulls a guy but is confused about her feelings for him. Boo! Time will tell if she sucks it up and goes for it in America or Britain. Dumped: Nicola gets dumped by her BF. So she stalks him. Will she get woke and see her ex ain't worth a damn? Jingleballs: A magical Xmas story of time travel and second chances. Will she make the right choice this festive time around? Booty Call: Girl, if he calls you at 3am to come round to his, he just wants sex. And if you want more you
A couple months ago a writer friend on Facebook shared a post about a magazine writing competition. Over the course of the following three weeks I practiced by writing a few short stories, before submitting what I felt was my best work of the lot. Part of the process of entering was to include my writerly biography with social media links. So I started up a new Twitter account. Actually, I found an old one from last year I forgot to delete. I used it and soon discovered the #writerslift hashtag. I thought I'd try it and my followers exploded! I mean, they didn't combust, just the response was amazing. At first I thought my new followers might be porn bots. There were those, but most were fellow writers looking to connect. It made me feel happy and positive about Twitter once again. I was also happy with my growing timeline of writers whom I followed back. They asked questions I could answer, they answered my questions. We griped and confided writerly struggles with each other.