Meet Bestselling Author: Lucinda Sue Crosby

Meet Bestselling Author:  Lucinda Sue Crosby

Lucinda Sue Crosby is a prize-winning author who was named by TheAuthorShow in 2011 as one of “50 Authors You Should be Reading.”

She is a former Hollywood actress of “Pretty Woman,” and “Beaches” fame and toured as a professional tennis player.
Crosby is a Nashville songwriter, commissioned poet and award-winning journalist.

She is the author of Francesca of Lost Nation – a four-literary prize winning novel and Kindle bestseller.

She also has two other Kindle bestselling books:
The Adventures of Baylard Bear – Children’s Fiction with Adoption Theme

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Authors, Writers – Submit your Short Story – $5K Prize Fund

Authors, Writers – Submit Your Short Story –
$5k Prize Fund


AndWeWereHungry, a New Online Literary Magazine, Announces its Inaugural Short Story $$ Prize. Six winning entries will share prize fund of $5000 and publication in our inaugural winter 2013 issue. Writing theme is “AndWeWereHungry. . . .” ; top prizes reserved for stories that connect the theme with nature, in honor of Prize sponsor Gregory Colbert, artist and nature advocate behind “Ashes and Snow,” the most attended exhibition by a living artist in history. No entry fee, deadline November 25, 2012.”


AndWeWereHungry, an online magazine in development, is good news for readers, visual artists and writers of short stories, true stories well told, essays and poems. Website design and aesthetic is forethought, the art is as important as the writing. Seeks work for inaugural winter 2013 issue and international short story contest, total fund $5K and sponsored by Gregory Colbert (artist behind Ashes and Snow, the most attended exhibition by a living artist in history). Though we welcome all types of work, the inaugural issue has as its special theme and creative prompt our name—AndWeWereHungry—and the top cash prizes for the short story contest are reserved for stories that connect this theme with nature as in AndWeWereHungry for Nature. Deadline November 25, 2012. More at