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Describli, A New Social Media Network for Writers, Is Now In Beta

Describli is a new social media network and community for writers and readers alike. Founded by Laura Fredericks, the site aims to let authors connect with a following while concentrating on their writing. Prompts, games, and sharing tools let you develop

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Posted in Announcements, Motivational, Writing Resources

Writers Workshop 3

For anyone who doesn’t know yet, we run workshops to critique science fiction and fantasy writing. These workshops consist of peer evaluations of short fiction or chapters from longer works. Workshops are open to everyone as long as they are

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A New World (Part Two)

by Lou Gagliardi Continued from Part One Looking into the mirror that hung on the wall, after entering the bathroom, Luke was happy. He left out a sigh of relief. He wasn’t disfigured. Definitely female but not disfigured and alive—that’s

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Posted in Divide and Conquer, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Short Story (<7500 words)

A New World (Part One)

by Lou Gagliardi Luke was checking his appearance in the mirror. Tonight was an important night, both professionally and personally. It wasn’t every day, after all, that one got to date the boss’ daughter. Jeff worked as a experimental lab

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Posted in Divide and Conquer, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Short Story (<7500 words)

Prophecy? No, Thank You. (Part Three)

by Sean Sandulak Continued from Part One & Part Two It wasn’t until the next afternoon that they reached the scorched earth that marked the edge of the dragon’s territory. While it would range over a hundred leagues when hunting,

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Prophecy? No, Thank You. (Part Two)

by Sean Sandulak Continued from Part One Cravan’s face turned an even brighter shade of red. “What do you mean, ‘No’? It’s a bleeding prophecy! It’s like it has already happened. You can’t just say, ‘No, thank you. I’m a

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Prophecy? No, Thank You. (Part One)

by Sean Sandulak Cravan idly swirled the last bit of his beer around in the bottom of his flagon. It was a weak brew, wholly unsatisfying, but it also represented the last of his coin, so he had been nursing

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Posted in Divide and Conquer, Fantasy, Fiction, Short Story (<7500 words)

Sword and Laser Kids

For those of you out there with demonspawn and alien hybrid offspring, you know it’s a challenge to find good books for them to read. Now Sword and Laser Kids has come to your rescue. This new Goodreads group, based on the

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Posted in Announcements, Fantasy, Science Fiction

Crossed (Part Three)

by Denise Winters Continued from Part One & Part Two I listened for the sound of my parents puttering around in the kitchen, my heart in my throat. But they must have went straight to bed, and would likely stay there

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Crossed (Part Two)

by Denise Winters Continued from Part One Hannah’s mouth dropped and she was almost knocked flat out on her back with the realization of what the demon was saying. “The golden fiddle. You mean you want the golden fiddle?” First

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Posted in Divide and Conquer, Fantasy, Fiction, Short Story (<7500 words)
Divide and Conquer: A collection of short stories from the workshops of Foil & Phaser for your Kindle or ePub reader.
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