Just realised yesterday in the Take a Break Fiction Feast I bought the other day that the December issue was out today so rooted around the womags in WH Smiths in my lunch hour and grabed TABFF and My Weekly. I'm leaning more toward subbing to TABFF because I seem to prefer the stories in there. I feel more comfortable reading it - not sure if thats because I love the stories, the layouts or because I recognise some of the names of the writers. I would eventually like to sub to a variety of womags but thought it best to stick to 1 or 2 for now just while I'm starting out. So as I was flicking through TABFF I saw 3 more of Karen's stories and 1 from Cally Taylor. I'm a huge fan of their writing and their blogs. There were also 2 from Della Galton who's book I am currently reading and LOVING 'How to Write and Sell Short Stories'. I'm learning a lot and the more I read the more confident I feel to write something worth sending out there. Rejection I can handle (she says now) - its happened to the best of writers, but sending out crappy work I cannot and so I won't no matter how much I want to do something I promised myself I would. I'm fairly happy with my work so far. Last night I wrote 609 words of my short story (didn't watch a morsel of telly which is like cold turkey for me - just goes to show how much I love writing once I get going). Not sure if I'm aiming for 700 words but its not really a twist in the tale so not sure if its needs to be longer or I need to get a twist in there if I'm to keep it to one page.
Question: Is there a limit to how many stories I can send to TABFF at one time? I only plan to send one but for future reference would be handy to know in case I'm on a roll and want to save on stamps!