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Tell YOUR Story

And get it published here!


This could be your first BIG step toward being a published author!


All we ask for is your stories and that you tell people they can be found here.


You retain ALL PUBLISHING rights to your stories.

Here's the general idea.

Getting published by a big publishing firm that will get your stories into an actual store (whether brick & mortar or online) is no where near as easy as it should be. You can't even send stories to them anymore; you have to get an agent to do that - and most of them take months to even send back a rejection letter.

Why a rejection letter? Because in the publishing world of today, you can't get published by a big publishing house until you've been published by a big publishing house. Read that last line all you want, it won't make any more sense - but that's the way it works.

The premise of the 2 Pages Project: is to get you published (albeit on a fairly small scale) so you can get noticed by the big houses and get your big stories out there. The world NEEDS new authors and we know you have a story to tell.

So, here is what we do. If you send us a short story, we'll publish it on this website as an eBook and turn it into an audiobook for the podcast. When there are enough stories to warrant it, we'll compile them into a full-size novel that will be avavailable for sale... and, yes, you could make money this way.

There are no restrictions as to the genre of story you send in, but there are a few rules (see below). Just as a note to keep in mind, if you send in a romance story, the audiobook version will likely be a non-dramaticized read. At the moment, we only have two voice actors, a father-daughter team. Hopefully you can understand why they wouldn't want to do a romantic scene.


  • All stories must be fictional. Neither of us wants a lawsuit. But what about fan fiction? NOPE. I'd like these to be original stories. There are usable characters that will be listed on this site later but do not use established characters. No "Sherlock Holmes". No "X-Files". No "Batman". No "Miss Marple". Remember that lawsuit thing. (clue)

  • Two pages minimum but around ten minutes if read aloud. So far, it seems that around 2000 - 3000 words works quite nicely.

  • No killing/injuring children (just because we don't approve of violence towards children even in fiction)

  • Nothing terribly graphic. Killing/murder is ok but detail about how many pieces of a body are missing isn't necessary. Think PG murder.

  • Language: prefer English. If not, don't be surprised if I mispronounce- a LOT. As for those seemingly ever-present naughty words, usable but try not to overdo it. Again, think PG... or PG-13. You can say f*ck but not every other word. Conversely, if your character gets shot, saying "well, shucks" isn't terribly realistic either. How's this? If you question whether or not you've used too many naughty words... you have and you should try again.

  • Sex: You can if you REALLY want to but keep in mind the time limits of the story and the limit on graphic explainations.

  • Rights: Just because we publish/air your story does not mean we own the rights to it. The rights to the story are YOURS. We would like to think that you would be okay with sharing the rights to the recorded version since, well, we are the ones recording it. If not, let us know and we'll see if we can work something out.

  • There will be a very informal contract to sign (or digitally sign) stating that you have permission to share the story you're submitting and that we are in no way liable for any contract breach that may occur because of your participation in this project.

  • Email all stories (preferably in "word doccument" format) to contact@2pagesproject.com


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    Support the Initiative

    If you want to support the 2 Pages Project, there are several options.

  • The first, and easiest, is to listen to the show and read the eBook versions (see below).

  • The second option is to write a story for us. That's what we want anyway: STORIES! That's what we live for!

  • A third option would be to visit the COYL Entertainment Network store and buy a shirt or a hat or whatever other specialty items we have at the time. All the proceeds go to support the show AND you get something cool!

  • Option four would be to BUY THE BOOK. That's another reason we're here. Eventually all of these stories will be compiled into a real book! The first one is out now so check it out!

  • Option five does get a little more complicated. You could become a PATREON. I know. Patron doesn't have an "e". But that's really what this is, a patronage website.
    Check out the video! That'll probably help.

  • Recent Stories

    Here is a sampling of our most recent published stories.

      In this week's story, we find Lt. Cooper Wright on the set of a rap video that has gone horribly wrong. Not only is there a murder on the set but this story is called "All in a Day's Twerk" by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, Lt. Cooper Wright delves into the world of reality television when one contestant is murdered and another comes awfully close to joining her. Was it another contestant? Was it the producer? Or maybe the host wanting revenge since no one watched his last movie? Give a listen to find out. This story is called "Blown Chances" by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, with Halloween coming up, we follow Lt. Cooper Wright back to August Acres where someone has found a skeleton in a closet. Unfortunately, this isn't some well-kept secret, it's a real skeleton. Follow along in the story, Skeleton Under The Closet, by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we follow Lt. Cooper Wright on his biggest case ever. In that, the victim is over 500lbs. Who could kill someone that big? Give a listen to Too Much Television..., by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we follow Lt. Cooper Wright to a Cuban bar where a man has been asphyxiated with a cigar. This could be quite interesting. Give a listen to The Cigar, by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we return to the mysterious world of Lt. Cooper Wright as he attempts to discover who killed a racist waitress at an Indian restaurant. Yes, this one gets that weird. Give a listen to Customer Service, by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we follow another young man, into the depth of the Earth, where everything is not as it seems. Please enjoy the short story "The Shaft" by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we follow a 7-year-old johnny through a terrifying nightmare in a story called, "The Bridge" by John King.

      In this week's story, we find Lt. Cooper Wright has been assigned the case of a murdered accountant with a gambling issue in "A Kerfuffle with the Shuffle," by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story we return to the mysterious world of Lt. Cooper Wright who's current case leads him through city hall, politics and a mysterious person in a fedora in a story called, The Suit, by Rob Steele.

      In this week's story, we have a romantic interlude about the values of marriage. Give a listen to The Dream by John King.

      We finally get our first western today! The town of Veiled Gulch is being terrorized by a bully called the Iceman - but one man will stand up to him. Give a listen to a tale called The Dragon Weavers by Henry Radcliff.

      If you'd like to become a published author with us, stay tuned after the show for a vast majority of the details. But first, let's get to this week's story where we get a bit of a tutorial on what to do when you find your perfect prey in a monstrous tale called Jasmine's Meal, by Rhonda Bao.

      In this week's story, we get a lovely romantic and slightly philosophical stroll through the forest in a story called The Walk by Connor Sloan.

      In this week's story - we visit an alternate dimension where everything might just be too good to be true in A New World by Marilyn Botta.

      In this week's story - it could be ripped from today's headlines, but we hope it isn't. Troubles in the school system leads to the murder of a young math teacher in School Daze, by Rob Steele.

      This week's story is a lovely, rural tale about a lost love and a horrific twist ending. Sit back and enjoy The Chopping Block, by Rob Steele.

      This week, we delve a bit into the paranoid psycho horror with a tale written by Marilyn Botta called, the People Downhill.

      This week, we have a different spin than some our previous writings. This week, a high-speed action story with Turns by Alex Lydon.

      This week, we return to the Mystery genre with a story written by show producer Rob Steele, in which Lt. Cooper Wright investigates the murder of a philandering wife of a magic club owner in the story: His Better Half.

      This week's story is a magical, coming-of-age story from author Jan Perry called "Earth Walking."

      This week, we have a rather spiritual and mystical story from Faye Wallace called: Mother's Story.