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The Sword & Laser Collection Contest: The Sequel

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message 1: by Veronica, Supreme Sword (new)

Veronica Belmont (veronicabelmont) | 1701 comments Mod
We're doing another Inkshares collection! Here are all the details:

message 2: by Joanna Chaplin (last edited Dec 04, 2015 05:00PM) (new)

Joanna Chaplin | 1175 comments Hey, check it out! You got some recognition for this!

message 3: by Gaines (new)

Gaines Post (gainespost) | 202 comments nice :-)

Sean Lookielook Sandulak (seansandulak) | 432 comments I'm not sure everyone knows this but you can earn credits towards FREE BOOKS for things like reviews and recommendations on Inkkshares projects, or if you pre-order a book that sells over 2000 copies you get $10, so that's like getting two for one. See the Inkshares FAQ for details.

Has anyone else from the group put up their project?
Here is the gratuitous plug for mine:

The story follows four questers – Cravan, the definitely-not-a-dwarf, axe-wielding warrior; Rieki, the pansexual, elven rogue; Mor, the misanthropic mage; and Tia, the undisciplined disciple of the Spring Goddess. After finding a lost relic of great power, the adventurers begin a journey to unite the Five Hands of Fate and gain ultimate power over their own destinies. At the same time, however, a darker force seeks to gather the ancient power for its own evil purposes.

Read more about The Problem with Prophecy at

message 5: by Wilson (new)

Wilson Geiger | 1 comments Thanks, Sean! I'll have to take a look at your project!

Mine below:

Daeva, known to common folk as Fades, Boogeymen, or simply Shadows, haunt the West, wild lands still outside the grasp of civilization. Shae Winter is a Sentinel, part-protector, part-killer, trained from youth to hunt the shades and monsters of the West. Along with her mentor, a harsh but honest man named Coffey, she seeks to rid her world of the creatures that stole her childhood. But can she eliminate the unearthly presence of the sinister Daeva, when their very existence is a constant, shameful reminder of her greatest failure?

For more info on Winter's Law:

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