San Francisco Small Press Vidya Books LLC Announces 2013 Short Story Competition

Vidya Books LLC, a small independent press in San Francisco, is hosting a short story competition.

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You are welcome to submit an online short story of any topic. The only constraint is that the short story cannot be more than 5,000 words

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

A small press/bookseller as well as a publisher, Vidya Books LLC of San Francisco/San Jose is inviting writers to enter its annual short story competition. Anyone 21 and above is entitled to join the competition, which is open until March 24 at 5 p.m.

“You are welcome to submit an online short story of any topic. The only constraint is that the short story cannot be more than 5,000 words,” Rashmi Singh of Vidya Books LLC said.

The cost for entry is $10. The winner of the 2013 short story contest will receive a $100 credit voucher toward any purchase on vidyabooks.com, plus the winning story will be published online by the Vidya Books LLC and the winner will be profiled as a vidyabooks.com online author.

To pay and register for the competition, please visit http://vidyabooks.com/competitions.

Vidya Books LLC has evolved over the life of the business to grow from a small press to a bookseller. Today, Vidya Books offers a wide selection of books from fiction to non-fiction, poetry to short stories and U.S. immigration assimilation stories to India K-12 history that are suited for all ages. All publications are produced in an e-book format and can be printed by the client's request.

For more information about Vidya Books LLC’s products, view the small independent press on the Web at http://www.vidyabooks.com.

About Vidya Books LLC

The word Vidya is an ancient Sanskrit term that encapsulates all of knowledge and education. Founder Rashmi Singh established Vidya Books LLC after discovering that her children/California's students were only learning partial historical information. Seeking to change historical misconceptions and broaden minds, Vidya Books began to publish a variety of books, including kids' books, books teaching about India in the U.S. and U.S. cultural history books, to introduce the public to the rich culture of South Asia and to enlighten people by presenting alternative points of views on the truths about immigration stories.


Contact

  • Rashmi Singh
    VidyaBooks, LLC
    (510) 250-3716
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