Critically acclaimed short story writer, Steven Lloyd, spills all on his success, childhood, and writing know-how. Lloyd opens his literary black book to give you the contacts you need for a successful start in the publishing world. Also includes a foreword by Mark Sieber and an introduction by Ronald Kelly.
Is it a how-to book? A memoir? A short story collection? Steven Lloyd’s BLEED WITH ME is a little bit of each of those, I guess . . . most importantly, it’s an engaging read told …with honesty and ambition and a whole lot of talent. I couldn’t put it down.
– James Newman (author of ODD MAN OUT and UGLY AS SIN)
Best Scenario: My front porch, fresh coffee and Steven Lloyd talking writing. Alternative Choice: Same porch and coffee with my Kindle reading Lloyd’s BLEED WITH ME. For those learning the rules of publishing, Steven shares from experience as a writer and a publisher. Interesting, entertaining and informative, you’ll read it and know this guy understands and all who read it will be glad he was willing to share his knowledge with us.
– John Paul Allen (author of GIFTED TRUST)
Not the usual How-to book for writers but exceptionally interesting. Not only does the author go through the various stages of bringing a book to publish, but he also gives contacts and recommendations too. At the end, Steven Lloyd treats us to his critically acclaimed short story, The Wooden Box, and believe me, it’s worth the wait. Snippets of his life are included in the beginning and somewhere among the shocking, crazy, yet highly fascinating events, there is definitely another book to be written. Bleed with Me is an unexpected find that will leave you wanting more.”