Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Now is a good time ...

... to drop 'subtle' hints about what we'd like for Christmas. How about a womag subscription? They're non fattening, help with market research, support the publications we'd like to write for - and provide great fiction to read.

Here are a few links, just to make it really easy for your loved ones.

Fiction Feast    Woman's Weekly   

Woman's Weekly Fiction Special

My Weekly   Ireland's Own   The People's Friend 

The Weekly News  Yours

Of course books make great gifts too. ;-)


8 comments:

Julie Day said...

I have recently bought a subscription to TWN as I can't find it anywhere locally where I live. I do want to write for them, and have a couple of stories already out there with them, and more in the pipeline to either edit or write.

susanjanejones said...

That's a good idea.

Beatrice Charles said...

Thanks for gathering so many links together, Patsy. I wish I could afford them all, and yet just one sale to each would more than pay its way. Hmmmh, must think this through.

Patsy said...

@ Julie - There don't seem to be many places which stock it and when they do it sells out quickly (you'd think they'd get more copies, wouldn't you?) Good luck with the subs.

@ Suzy - all my ideas are good - except for the rubbsh ones.

@ Beatrice - They're tax deductible, if that helps at all.

Dolores Doolittle said...

Thanks Patsy - great idea - shall glue list unobtrusively to forehead or a while...

Carolb said...

Good idea, Patsy. Especially if you're a writer who has difficulty getting a copy of your favourite magazine.

Julie Day said...

Received my first sub copy of TWN today. Looking forward to reading it, esp the short stories. Linda Lewis has one of the stories in it this week.

Maria said...

Does anyone take a subscription to any of these magazines electronically? If so what's the verdict, easy to navigate? Readability on a tablet? Are they the full version?

I'd appreciate any feedback. Thank you.