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  • 02 Mar 2023 8:13 PM | Anonymous member

    I was pleasantly surprised today to receive my first acceptance for a work of fiction I'd submitted to a publication.

    That publication, Sci Phi Journal, received the 2022 European Science Fiction Society Hall of Fame Award for Best SF Magazine, so I'm thrilled that they liked my work.

    It's a short piece, so not a lot of money, but I guess now I can claim to be an "Author" as well as an "Internationally published author"! I'm not sure when the story will actually be published, but will share that information once I receive it.

    Thanks to all of the people in the SCWA  Science Fiction/Fantasy Virtual Genre Group and the other SCWA critique groups I participate in for the constructive criticism I've been given since joining.

  • 28 Feb 2023 9:11 PM | Anonymous

    Steve Mullaney’s second novel, RANDOMIZATION, is coming June 01, 2023 (from Wilmont & Wilshire).

    In this 76k word thriller, Matthew kills someone just to see what it would be like, and it soon turns into an itch he needs to scratch. But, no one gets away with murder---or do they? Karma takes care of what the law does not.

  • 12 Feb 2023 6:01 PM | Anonymous

    Marjorie Hudson is pleased to announce her debut novel, INDIGO FIELD, is forthcoming from Regal House Publishing

    "A mesmerizing story of loss, injustice, and revenge conspiring to darken the human heart—and the redemptive and unexpected ways the light comes in.”— Bestselling author Sue Monk Kidd

    “Hudson digs beneath the surface of the contemporary Southern world and raises up stories long repressed—stories of Indigenous and Black heritage—NYT Bestselling Oprah Author Lalita Tademy

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  • 12 Feb 2023 10:14 AM | Anonymous member

    Mary Alice Dixon is thrilled to learn her story "Bride of Wild," which is in The Petigru Review, Issue 15, Fall 2022, has been nominated for Best Short Fiction. She is also happy to announce that her story "Doll Clothes for Jesus" is in moonShine Review, Fall/Winter 2022, Vol. 18, Issue 2. Her story "Polka Dots & Yellow Teeth" is in The RavensPerch, December 9, 2022. These three stories were all birthed in the SCWA Virtual Fiction Group, a group of gifted writers from whom Mary Alice perpetually learns. Finally, Mary Alice's poem "Night Owl Dreams Woman" is shortlisted for Ireland's international Anthology Poetry Competition Award.

  • 06 Nov 2022 5:09 PM | Patty Wain Smith

    Patty’s book, A Letter to a Friend: The Story of Abuse in America was a winner in the Hope PYX Global International Book Awards in Faith & Spirituality. Winners were selected on October 21, 2022 from a group of finalists. The creative nonfiction book recently surpassed 1,500 copies sold. 

  • 10 Oct 2022 4:22 PM | Anonymous member

    Over Western Trails has finally been released from Western Fictioneers! Come along for an exciting stagecoach ride in the Old West - 15 tales of adventure for Western aficionados.

  • 10 Oct 2022 4:19 PM | Anonymous member

    Carolina Crimes: Rock, Roll, & Ruin by Sisters in Crime (Triangle Chapter) is available to purchase as of this week! 27 tales of musical mayhem, from opera and native flutes to Elvis.

  • 09 Sep 2022 7:13 PM | Anonymous member

    LJ Hippler has published his third novel, A Bridge to Home. It is a political thriller, set in Baltimore in 2022. His earlier novels are: Cathedral Street and The New Road.  

  • 08 Sep 2022 5:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Mary Alice Dixon is thrilled to have her new poem, Woman, Transformed to Bird, Flower, and Song in The Clayjar Review, Issue #2, "Wise and Gentle," August 2022.

    Clayjar Review is a journal of writing devoted to crafting fresh "bridges" to the Divine.  Mary Alice's poem is the prayer of a woman of faith, dying of dementia, rising in song.

  • 08 Sep 2022 1:50 PM | Deleted user

    My third novel is out! It's a sequel to my first book, What If? The latest is titled If Only and continues the story of Rachel and Mallory and their family. It's available online in print and Kindle versions. Now that this one is done, I can get to work on the third and final book in the What If series.

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