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Spectra Magazine | 6 comments Mod
Published a short story on a digital platform? Just put up some new short fiction on your own blog? Tell the Spectra Magazine - Digital Short Stories group all about it and get some valuable feedback. Please feel free to include links out to your work.

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Elaine Turner | 1 comments I recently posted a short on my website:
Animataes Shadow:
-action, mystery, romance and a dash of steampunk with wicked twist of an ending.


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Joseph J. Wood (JosephJWood) | 1 comments Not for those with a weak stomach or strong morals.

Demonstration by Joseph J. Wood.

"In the darkness behind the doctor, a hospital gurney is wheeled onto the stage. The first thing that strikes me about the silhouette on the gurney is that it is wearing handcuffs."

Read it here: http://josephjwood.blogspot.co.uk/201...

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A.F. (scribe77) I have some short fiction posted on my Goodreads profile: http://www.goodreads.com/story/list/8...
Plus, two free downloadable flash fiction stories: Even the Paranormal Play Sports (https://www.smashwords.com/books/view...) and Existence (https://www.smashwords.com/books/view...)

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R.L. Robinson (robb_lucas) | 3 comments Hi all. Thanks for having me.
Recently published my first short on amazon and it's got some nice reviews.

'It was not the first village to be burned, and it would not be the last. It was the way of things; folk expected it.
They rode in as the sun was rising, cresting the span of rolling hills so the light was at their backs. One man named Ranald, older and with three grown daughters, tried to make a stand. A pitchfork isn’t much use against mail and plate; he managed a swing at one of the horses before its rider shoved a sword through his guts.
From that point, it went more or less as one would expect.'

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M. Newman | 2 comments Hello everybody. I'm glad to be a new member of this group. Below, you will find the link to my latest story, "The Postman Didn't Even ring Once," which is featured on my blog. I have about 25 other stories on my Author's Page (M. Newman) and would be honored if you were to read them. I tend to write a new story every month or two. Anyway, enjoy:

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M. Newman | 2 comments Home Is Where The Captor Is
by M. Newman


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R.L. Robinson (robb_lucas) | 3 comments Short story collection (if that's allowed, if not I'll delete the post)

From depression era America, to fantasy worlds similar and yet different from our own. Journey into the realm of the Yellow King.
There are many roads to Carcosa, which one will you take?

Featuring eight short stories and two novelettes inspired by the King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers, as well as Lovecraftian elements, 'No Light in August' also includes illustrations by Brazilian comic artist Pedro Elefante.
Bonus material: Concept art and development sketches.

There will also be an excerpt free to read on the Goodreads page for book within the next couple of hours. :)
The links below are for amazon.co.uk & .com


.co.uk: http://www.amazon.co.uk/No-Light-Augu...

.com: http://www.amazon.com/No-Light-August...

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