I recently submitted a story, the first of what I hope to be a book.
With past submissions I got more response. I was hoping that would be the case with this as well. Is there anything I can do to encourage that? More certificates? perhaps?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
September 19, 2014 at 6:37PM
michaelcahill: I'm on my cell phone at the moment so _ could only take a glance. I can tell you that the length is going to scare many potential reveiwers away. Remeber that they can review a poem for the the same reward. I would break this up into smaller bites. That will get you a more detailed review as well. For a first chapter it's your best shot at getting a following. How about a thousand words and try to get it on the front page. That's your best bet with a first look.
River of Dan
is a science fiction novel that defines homo sapiens deep seated explorer spirit when confronted by a dying sun four and a half billion years from now, recreating the pioneering spirit brought about by the challenging environment they find themselves in and the will to survive. It follows these future earthlings as they finally break the bonds of science that had kept them in their own solar system, allowing travel to distant worlds light years away, seeking for a new home