#SOOP on Monday: Top 20 Short Story & Book Ideas for November

 

We are thrilled to unveil November’s best Short Story and Book ideas with a call for submissions!

Congratulations to these writers for leveraging this exciting opportunity to get their stories published. At SOOP, we are on the lookout for the most captivating short stories and compelling book ideas to bring to life. Creativity has the power to enchant readers, and we want to be the platform that helps creative people build organic success and a lasting legacy.

We are currently looking for two types of submissions:

Engaging Short Stories

Do you have a short story that lingers in the reader’s mind long after they’ve turned the last page? We’re seeking tales that captivate, surprise, and leave a lasting impression!

SOOP’s Anthology Program has been increasingly successful, garnering excellent reviews and critical acclaim. You can enter the program by submitting a story to the anthologies we have under production, or by participating in our Annual Short Story Contest, our flagship program to turn talented writers into established authors. 

Compelling Book Ideas

Have you conceptualized a book that explores new realms, challenges perspectives, or offers a unique take on familiar themes? We want to find stories that have the potential to become timeless literary gems!

When you submit your Book Idea, you can choose one of two ways to reach your publishing goal: Free or Premium. At each stage of the voting process, our 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 Certification Program 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.

5 Tips to Attract Prospective Readers

  1. Craft a synopsis that sparks curiosity and leaves readers eager to explore more.
  2. Highlight the unique elements that set your story apart when generating social media content.
  3. Leverage authors and writers’ groups on platforms like Facebook and Instagram for cross-marketing opportunities to get exposure from their readerships.
  4. Engage in everyday conversations that can lead to discussions about your writing endeavors.
  5. Consider sharing a sneak peek of your stories or bonus content with your initial supporters.

Enjoy this opportunity to share your unique voice with the world. We are eagerly awaiting your submissions and can’t wait to embark on this literary journey with you. Let your stories shine, and together, let’s create unforgettable reading experiences!

1
Imagination High

Genres: Book Ideas, Fiction, Relationships, Teens

2
The Trial Accord to Alan Barysh

Genres: Book Ideas, Fiction, Mystery & Suspense

3
The Big Snow

Genres: , ,

4
My Father’s House

Genres: Book Ideas, Biographies & Memoirs, Relationships, Religion & Spirituality

5
Healed

Genres: Book Ideas, Fiction, Relationships, Romance

6
Heightened Awareness

Genres: , Contest Category – Romance,

7
Long Days, Short Knights

Genres: Book Ideas, Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction

8
Traveling through a Snow-globe: A Cross-country Tale

Genres: , Contest Category – Travel,

9
Monsters at Night

Genres: , Contest Category – Horror,

10
The First Hitler’s Ally in Europe

Genres: , Contest Category – History,

11
Chronicles of The Lost

Genres: Book Ideas, , ,

12
Lindsay: The Memoir

Genres: Book Ideas, , ,

13
CPS Abuse: Crimes, Corruption & Chaos

Genres: Book Ideas, , ,

14
The Princess and the Guard

Genres: Book Ideas, Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy

15
The Hermit Kingdom

Genres: Book Ideas, , ,

16
Cherry Red

Genres: , Contest Category – Romance,

17
Nightmare

Genres: Book Ideas, , ,

18
Green Thumb

Genres: , Contest Category – Adventure,

19
Love Doesn’t Mean FOOL

Genres: , Contest Category – Positive Social Transformation,

20
The Man in the Van

Genres: Book Ideas, ,

How to Make the Top 20?

Gather as many votes as possible by leveraging SOOP’s Crowdsourcing Model successfully.

How to Submit Your Work

Visit Our Anthology Page for Projects Under Production

Head over to our anthology program page. There, you’ll find the projects we have under production, with submission guidelines on how to submit your short story. Make sure to use the drop-down menu to select the project you wish to contribute.

Participate in our Annual Short Story Contest

Our flagship program offers a chance to win cash prizes and a publishing contract offer. Winners and standout stories will receive opportunities to have their stories published in anthologies tailored to their genres and diverse literary collections. The new contest year is open for submissions!

Publish a Book Idea with a Polished Draft Version

Before submitting, ensure your work is polished and free of grammatical errors. A well-edited piece demonstrates your commitment to your craft and increases the likelihood of generating interest. 

Visit our website to learn about Author-Driven Publishing, read additional FAQ answers, and discover our Publishing Options

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