Free Short Stories from @ReadWave

By now you might have realised just how much I love short stories, and especially free short stories. But all too often trawling through the countless free shorts out there can leave you with a headache and a whole pile of unreadable stories. So when Rob contacted me regarding his new service, I had to agree to write a post on it.

So what is ReadWave, and why should you be interested in it?

It’s a new platform, which showcases the best stories from exciting new authors, and if you sign up to their Story of the Week, you will be given a hand picked short story every week straight into your inbox.

Why short stories?

Not all of us have the time to sink into a full length novel and lose several hours of the day tantilising ourselves with new worlds. But most of us have some time, be it on the bus, on a lunch break, or whilst the washing machine finishes off, and that time can be passed reading short stories. They’re short and to the point, easy to read, and don’t take up your whole day.

How do ReadWave pick the stories?

Each of the free stories in the Story of the Week feature will be hand picked by a team of editors. So you know it’s going to be something you can enjoy sinking into for a few minues, without the trouble of searching through the thousands of free stories out there.

What to do now…

As ReadWave is availible on all mobile devices, all you need to do is sign up and read.

Will I be signing up?

The short answer is yes. The long answer is, who doesn’t love free books of good quality?

I’m an author, can I submit to ReadWave?

Just go to the site, upload your story, and wait and see if yours is picked!

So there you have it, and fancy new service for readers that will save you the hours of trawling through story after story in order to find one that is well written! Just click on any of the links above to be taken to their site!


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