Inkshares All-Genre Manuscript Contest

I hope youll pre-order your own copy of the book if you really like what you read. After 750 pre-orders are positioned, Inkshares will dedicate to publication, regardless of the manuscripts performance in the contest. If the manuscript does not reach 750 pre-orders, everybody who pre-ordered a copy will get a refund.

As part of the contest, I will be posting a brand-new chapter of my manuscript every Tuesday and Friday (with the exception of Christmas day; I will publish Tuesday and Wednesday that week). To read them, simply visit An Expected End on Inkshares, and click “Read” just under the cover (which is not the real cover yet).

Reserve Blurb

After receiving favorable feedback from a small press back in August, Ive been working vigilantly on modifications of my manuscript, previously titled The Experiment, recently retitled An Expected End. To that end, in addition to continuing to look into representatives and little presses, I have gone into the piece in the Inkshares All-Genre Manuscript Contest.

The year is 2045 and science has made an awesome discovery: People can predict, with unbelievable precision, the day that any kid, female, or male will pass away. But Penelope Hope wont accept that. She wishes to live her life without the frustrating knowledge of her death, no matter the number of people in society pick to learn their deathday (formally called ones Date of Departure, or DoD). That is until her self-indulgent fiancé, Sebastian Flach, and her spunky friend, Bea Adams, convince her to enroll in the Experiment and learn her deathday for the sake of her future family. What she learns turns her world upside down, separate her engagement, brings brand-new love into her life, and forces her to make a stark choice: Does she inform her new love, Marshall Mitner, whose kid she now carries, that she will pass away really quickly, or require him to reside in the ignorant bliss she desired all along– and break his heart?

So, let me send you off with a book blurb, in the hopes that it will whet your cravings to head on over to Inkshares and follow An Expected End (the very first chapter is already up!).

Nacho and Soda sit with me during an early-morning revising session.

If you like what you read, a cross in between Adam Silveras novel They Both Die at the End and the 2004 movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and wish to assist my manuscript move on in the contest for its opportunity at publication, I welcome you to follow the task on Inkshares, leave remarks in the Discussion, and compose a review in the Reviews tab. One element of the contest includes reader engagement, so if you follow the manuscript, whenever you check out, discuss, or evaluate it, youll be helping it discover its way to bookstore shelves!

Nacho and Soda keep me company while I deal with revisions one day prior to work (also before 5:00 AM).

© Amanda Sue Creasey

After receiving beneficial feedback from a small press back in August, Ive been working diligently on modifications of my manuscript, previously entitled The Experiment, recently retitled An Expected End. Its no trick I would love to see this manuscript change into a real book, one that is “definitely genuine,” with “pages and everything,” to quote Owl Eyes in Fitzgeralds famous The Great Gatsby. To that end, in addition to continuing to look into representatives and small presses, I have actually gone into the piece in the Inkshares All-Genre Manuscript Contest.

After 750 pre-orders are placed, Inkshares will commit to publication, regardless of the manuscripts efficiency in the contest.

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