#SOOP on Monday: Top 30 Short Stories & Book Ideas of September

Something Or Other Publishing is delighted to present the top 30 Short Story & Book Ideas of September!

Congratulations to these writers for their display of passion, discipline, and determination in gathering support for their work. A special thank you to their close readers and supporters for becoming a crucial part of their journey toward publication.

Today is a great day to help you answer the question of what’s the better social media platform to grow your fan base and deliver your message to the world. It’s not an easy response, so we let you be the judge! Click here for more information.

Last but not least, every reader that votes for a story can enter our Book Giveaway Program to win brand new SOOP Books every week!

Help us turn these stories into books by voting below:

1
The Tale of a Denatured Neighborhood

Genres: Book Idea – Literary & Fiction, History

2
The Village Drummer and His Teenage Friends

Genres: Book Idea – Literary & Fiction, History

3
The Healing Connection: Creating a Partnership for Your Health

Genres: Book Idea – Diet, Health, & Fitness, , Religion & Spirituality

4
Can I Sue My Parents For Birthing Me Without Consent

Genres: Contest Category – Dystopian,

5
Coloring Life

Genres: Book Idea – Biographies & Memoirs, , Self-Help

6
The Bee His Club: Battle The Bully

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy,

7
The Adventures of Grandma and Me

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Children’s Fiction,

8
The Fest

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy,

9
 Loose Leaves in Tea

Genres: , Contest Category – Detective & Mystery,

 

10
In These Dark Woods

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy,

11
The Darling Darklings

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Fantasy,

12
Learning How to Love Yourself Again

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Self-Help & Personal Development,

13
Mr. Darling

Genres: , Contest Category – Dystopian,

14
Stay with Me

Genres: , Contest Category – LGBTQ+,

15
Private: Out of Body and Into The Water

Genres: , Contest Category – LGBTQ+,

16
The Resonance of War

Genres: , Contest Category – Thriller,

17
Her Fallen Empire: The Prophecy

Genres: Book Idea – Romance, , Teen

18
Social Cancer Breakout

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Social Transformation,  

19
All The Way to Santa Fe

Genres: Book Idea – Biographies & Memoirs

20
White Walls

Genres: Contest Category – Young Adult,  

21
The Shrink With a Racoon Pet

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Fantasy,

22
12 Years of Grace

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Historical Fiction,

23
The Last Atlantian

Genres: Book Idea – Fiction, , Science Fiction & Fantasy

24
Birdhouses

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Young Adult,

25
Mommy, Daddy, Where Did I Come From?

Genres: Book Idea – Children’s Fiction, Family & Parenting, Religion & Spirituality

26
Tell No One

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Horror,

27
The Shadow

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy ,  

28
Mason’s Nap Time Adventure

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Children’s Fiction,  

29
Soured Ink

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Biography,

30
114 1/2 Park Street

Genres: ,  Contest Category – Thriller,

How to Make the Top 30?

Simple! Gather as many votes as you can! 

It might sound like too much heavy-lifting but read this blog about four major practices to succeed in collecting votes for your story idea.

Work with SOOP

Everyone at SOOP will help you work towards success.

When you submit your Book Idea, you can choose one of two ways to reach your publishing goal: Free or Premium Levels. At each stage of the voting process, SOOP’s Free Level assigns homework, which helps you not only make substantial progress in marketing your work, but also helps you develop the best story possible. SOOP manages your homework in phases and returns your homework on a pass/fail basis.

SOOP’s Premium Level also assigns homework with a required 85% passing grade, ensuring you understand the curriculum before proceeding. In addition to a higher standard for your homework, our panel of experts provides personalized feedback, arming you with more information and allowing you to adjust the course when necessary.

Explore our website to learn more about SOOP’s Author-Driven Publishing model, read additional FAQ answers, or submit a Book or Short Story Idea. SOOP is working hard to improve the unique connection that readers, writers, and service providers can establish on our platform.

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