Bookish Acronyms for Beginners

Are you new to the publishing scene? Let’s be real, the writing and publishing world can be intimidating. That’s where we come in. Being founded by two self-published authors, we are well aware how overwhelming things can be. With that in mind, let us offer some beginner guidance to the writing world. Some of these […]

Literary Lingo for Beginners

Let’s be honest, getting acclimated to the writing and publishing world can be intimidating. There’s already such an enormous established community, who wants to look like an uninformed noob by asking dumb questions? The good news is that there are a ton of great writing communities out there who are very welcoming and supportive for […]

Easy & Cheap Ways to Support an Author

Previously, we shared how to support an author for free. You can review those articles here and here. This time we’ll offer some suggestions on how you can help support your favorite authors if you have a few extra dollars to spend. These are pretty simple and straight-forward, so this post will be pretty short. […]

Easy & Free Ways to Support an Author, Pt. 2

Last time we shared the simplest, free-est ways to show some love to your favorite authors. Since then, we’ve put more thought on the topic and have been able to come up with a few more suggestions. If you’re looking for a way to spread the word for your new favorite author, and you’re willing […]

Fun Size: A Sample Anthology Available Now!

The time has come!  Circle City Publishing is proud to present our first anthology.  Fun Size: A Sample Anthology presents nine wide-ranging stories from nine great authors.  At this low price, how can you pass up this incredible offer?  Learn about new series, familiarize yourself with the author’s writing styles, then stock up on some […]

Call for Submissions: Circle City Publishing Presents An Absurd Apocalypse

Welcome to Circle City Publishing. An Absurd Apocalypse: Stories from the Lame Side of the End of the World is now open for submissions. We’re seeking short stories no longer than 8,000 words. Stories should center around the lamest world-ending events imaginable, and/or the effects those events have on normal, everyday life within the apocalypse. […]