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Old 01-15-2019, 03:28 PM   #1771
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Winners in the 2018 Annual Critters Readers' Poll

Aaaaaaaand the winners are in -- Critters Writers Workshop would like to congratulate all the winners in the 21st Annual Critters Readers' Poll!

The full list of entrants and rankings for all 41 categories (as well as links to check out the entrants themselves) can be found at:


Congratulations especially to the first place finishers:

Best Anthology: Quote the Raven, Camden Park Press ( http://Books2Read.com/QuothTheRaven )

Best Artist: Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/ )

Best Artwork: Spiral Stairs, Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.alteredrealitymag.com/wp-...rs-494x640.jpg )

Best Author: Liz DeJesus ( http://www.lizdejesus.com )

Best Book Cover Artwork: Bel Nemeton, Barbara Sobczy<C5><84>ska ( http://18thwall.com/wp-content/uploa...21-406x600.jpg )

Best Book Editor: Nicole Petit ( http://18thwall.com/product/silver-screen-sleuths )

Best Bookstore: Dark Delicacies ( https://www.darkdel.com/ )

Best Print/Electronic Book Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc. ( https://www.thewildrosepress.com/ )

Best Fiction Magazine / e-zine: The Horror Zine ( https://www.thehorrorzine.com )

Best Nonfiction article: Wagging 13 Dystopian Tales, Carol Kean, Perihelion Science Fiction ( http://www.perihelionsf.com/1801/Reviews.shtml )

Best Nonfiction book: Cassie's Tale, Brian L Porter, Creativia ( http:// getbook.at/cassiestale )

Best Nonfiction Magazine / e-zine: TBK Magazine ( https://tbkmagazine.com/ )

Best Other Novel: Academic Curveball, James J Cudney, Creativia ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HMYSQFH/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Children's Book: A Sticky Situation, Chuck Hawley, Independent Publisher ( https://amzn.to/2SS3CnQ )

Best Erotica Novel: Space Stud (Arcanian Chronicles, Part 2, Kan Ingan Archives, Book 7), Toni V. Sweeney, Class Act Books ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GGB7X46/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Horror Novel: Heaven's Healer From Hell, T.S. Woolard, Azoth Khem Publishing ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQBK48G/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Magical Realism Novel: His Father's Blood, David Thompson, Solstice Publishing ( https://www.amazon.com/David-W.-Thompson/e/B076L9CF3W )

Best Mystery Novel: SECRET SHEPHERD, James Osborne, Solstice Publishing Inc. ( http://a.co/d/dxRqeQe )

Best Positive Future Novel: Angel Mine, Vijaya Schartz, BWL Publishing ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CYWVHWG/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Romance Novel: The Time King (The Kings Book 13), Heather Killough-Walden, HKL Publishing ( https://amzn.to/2Sm9JAD )

Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novel: Dark Queen, Faith Hunter, ROC ( http://www.faithhunter.net/wp/books/...es/dark-queen/ )

Best Steampunk Novel: Wolves and Daggers: Steampunk Red Riding Hood, Melanie Karsak, Clockpunk Press ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C86DP9J/ )

Best Thriller Novel: Bel Nemeton, Jon Black, 18thWall Productions ( http://18thwall.com/product/bel-nemeton )

Best Young Adult Book: The Twisted Climb: Darkness Descends, J.C. Kavanagh, BWL Publishing Inc. ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F18VW71/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Poem: Big Live Dinosaur, Denny E. Marshall, Page & Spine ( http://www.pagespineficshowcase.com/...-marshall.html )

Best Poet: Greg Francis, http:/ ( http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/thirt...-23555109.html )

Best Poetry Magazine / e-zine: The Horror Zine ( https://www.thehorrorzine.com )

Best Promotional Firm, Site, or Resource: Bewitching Book Tours ( https://bewitchingbooktours.blogspot.com/ )

Best Review Site: I Smell Sheep ( http://www.ismellsheep.com/ )

Best All other Short Story: A Scandal in Hollywood, Jon Black, 18thWall Productions ( http://18thwall.com/product/silver-screen-sleuths )

Best Horror Short Story: The Bone Lady, Tony Evans, Owl Hollow Press ( https://owlhollowpress.com/under-the-full-moons-light/ )

Best Magical Realism Short Story: Sedgefield's Diary, Brian Biswas, Rogue Star Press ( https://lillicatpublishers.com )

Best Positive Future Short Story: Spacism Is Still With Us, Matthew Reardon, Third Flatiron ( https://www.thirdflatiron.com/liveSite/ )

Best Romance Short Story: Forbidden Hearts, Lisa Kessler, Lisa's Lair ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JMGJPQD/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Story: War Dog, Wulf Moon, Third Flatiron ( https://www.thirdflatiron.com/liveSite/ )

Best Steampunk Short Story: Goblins and Snowflakes, Melanie Karsak, Clockpunk Press ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KH4RLFR/ )

Best Writers' Discussion Forum: Indie Author Group ( http://Facebook.indieauthorgroup.com )

Best Writers' Resource/Information/News Source: Indie Author Group ( http://indieauthorgroup.com )

Best Writers' Workshop: Writing Excuses ( https://writingexcuses.com/ )

Best Magazine / e-zine Cover Artwork: Attack From The Space Fabric Rip, Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/files/128086175.png )

Best Magazine / e-zine Editor: Jeani Rector ( https://www.thehorrorzine.com )

Over 2000 voters voted in the poll, which recognizes achievement in 41 publishing related categories.

The poll is hosted by Critters Writers Workshop ( www.critique.org ), the first writers' workshop on the web, founded in 1995, home to tens of thousands of writers. It is a free service.

The next poll begins Dec. 24th.

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Old 01-28-2019, 05:32 PM   #1772
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Old 04-11-2019, 05:34 AM   #1773
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Mary Shelley, The Last Man

The latest addition to the Dunyazad Library: The Last Man by Mary Shelley. This may be the most depressing book that’s ever been written – a book that you will not forget, even though you might want to. A tale of love, death, futility and the end of all human life – a hymn to humanity, its hopes and its achievements, and a dirge at its grave that offers no consolation.

(130 years later, Nevil Shute told a somewhat similar story in On The Beach, but there the reader can at least find comfort in the knowledge that it is a cautionary tale, a warning that mankind can bring its end upon itself through nuclear war, written in the hope that it will not happen – no such comfort, no message to be heeded, no way out, can be found in Mary Shelley’s tale – a unique dark masterpiece.)
Free, of course, and, as always, PDF, epub, mobi and plain text.

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Also, there’s now a guestbook at the Dunyazad Library – http://gbook.dunyazad-libary.net – where you still have the chance to be the first one to leave a comment!
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Old 05-12-2019, 10:45 AM   #1774
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Please come to visit my new humble site for writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy. heck, just come and check it out even if you are just a reader / listener.

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/outw....php?f=12&t=24

It was only a simple humble forum with only a few members when I created it but now it has been picked up by tapatalk. What that means is that you should be able to connect to it with your smartphone.

I would like to see it become a nice place to talk to other scifi writers.

I am allowing authors to publish a thread on their new books. I hope that works out.
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New Fantasy Author Website: Stephanie Fazio

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My second book just launched, and I'm excited to share my newly-designed website. Check it out and let me know what you think!
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Old 06-15-2019, 10:36 PM   #1776
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Witcjy Woman - Free on Amazon - for a limited time.


This is a novel of psychic suspense, the supernatural, witches and wizards - dark magic, and generally things that go bump in the night.

Omar is free, out of prison, on parole in Hawaii.
Michelle knows she's in danger, but never believed he would strike again so fast. This time Omar takes control of her and they disappear. It's up to Heather, Michelle's best friend, Rod, her true love, and Vincent Middleton, a professor of the occult, to find her. When they do,will they be able to fight Omar's strange psychic abilities, or will they, too,become his victims?
This story features Abigail's long dead spirit, trapped within a gorgeous and enormous old haunted diamond..
Lucifer, the cat who has become Michelle's 'familiar,' is instrumental in the scary events which enfold.

Thanks for looking. Get it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DFWNFPQ
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Lovecraftian Action Adventure Mystery



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Get ready for a race through Ireland's ancient, holy places for fragments of secret history and a battle to avert world-shattering events!

In Dublin, Ireland, academics and historians are dying. An unidentified venom is to blame. Strange markings from deep in the Emerald Isle’s past suggest adherents to lost and forbidden knowledge may have reorganized.

Detective Aileen O’Donnell of Ireland’s National Police Service, An Garda Síochána, has never heard of the agency’s sub rosa unit devoted to investigation of the strange and paranormal. That is, until a shooting incident leads to her suspension from the Special Detective Unit. While awaiting disciplinary proceedings, she’s pressed into service by the secret division to investigate the deaths and what might be the tip of a conspiracy and academic cover-up.

Soon O’Donnell’s teamed with Geoffrey Bullfinch and Wendell "Mack" Macklemore of O.C.L.T. On a race through medieval ruins and holy sites, she must collect puzzle pieces, fragments from a forgotten pulp writer and bits of secret Druid history to stop the shadowy band of disciples before it awakens something long sleeping beneath one of Ireland’s most famous landmarks, something modern technology and firepower can’t defeat.

This novel, which stands alone, is a tie-in with the ongoing O.C.L.T. series.

There are incidents and emergencies in the world that defy logical explanation, events that could be defined as supernatural, extraterrestrial, or simply otherworldly. Standard laws do not allow for such instances, nor are most officials or authorities trained to handle them. In recognition of these facts, one organization has been created that can. Assembled by a loose international coalition, their mission is to deal with these situations using diplomacy, guile, force, and strategy as necessary. They shield the rest of the world from their own actions, and clean up the messes left in their wake. They are our protection, our guide, our sword, and our voice, all rolled into one.

They are O.C.L.T.

Other books in the O.C.L.T. series include the novella "Brought to Light," By Aaron Rosenberg, the novel "The Parting," by David Niall Wilson, the novella "The Temple of Camazotz," also by David Niall Wilson, and the novel "Incursion," by Aaron Rosenberg (in which the existence of the O.C.L.T. as a cohesive unit is finalized). Another stand-alone adventure can be found — "The Noose Club," by David Bischoff.

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Old 07-06-2019, 11:14 PM   #1778
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An Exciting Bookstore and Authors Blog

I am Sesan Oguntade. I have a website where we have exciting problem-solving books for downloads.

There is also a blog section where we have different articles that can help authors to publish and market books successfully online and offline.

Authors can also submit their free books in the elibray.

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The Mabinogion

New at the Dunyazad Library: “The Mabinogion”, a collection of mediaeval Welsh tales, in the classic translation by Lady Charlotte Guest.

www.dunyazad-library.net/authors/lady-charlotte-guest.htm

As always, PDF, ePub, Mobi and plain text. BTW, I've finally heeded advice that’s been given me here a while ago, you do not need to enter anything before downloading any of the files anymore.
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Old 11-11-2019, 08:30 AM   #1781
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The Heads of Cerberus

Exactly ten years ago I have opened the Dunyazad Library with six volumes in it. It has 54 volumes now, all of them selected, edited and typeset by me, the latest addition today being The Heads of Cerberus by Francis Stevens (Gertrude Barrows Bennett). This book has been said to have been “the precursor of the entire parallel worlds tradition in fiction” – it is certainly a fascinating and very readable book, a dystopian fantasy story, with a touch of Alice in Wonderland, by a major fantasy writer of the early 20th century.

www.dunyazad-library.net/authors/francis-stevens.htm

BTW, I have only recently been made aware that what I’m doing is heavily frowned upon here – namely, that I’m making new editions, instead of humbly copying existing ones to the letter. Please be warned, I’m unrepentant – in my editions you may find previous errors fixed, outdated spellings modernized, explanatory footnotes added, or other horrors to which I freely admit in the “About this Edition” section of each book, in the hope that some may find them helpful.
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Normally I read "Twas the Night Before Christmas" to my kids on Christmas Eve. However, I was exhausted last night and went to bed before doing so. I woke up Christmas morning, realized my error and felt terrible. Now the good news is that I'm a writer, so why not make use of my talent (I use that word loosely) and create something special to make up for it. So . . . here goes . . .

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The 22nd Annual Critters Readers Poll is live!

The 22nd Annual Critters Readers Poll is live!

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as usual. Please share!

Vote for your favorite book, short story, author, artwork, artist, forum, workshop...-- there are over 40 categories honoring all genres and all aspects of writing and publishing:

Novels - Horror | Romance | Science Fiction & Fantasy | Steampunk | Magical Realism | Erotica | Mystery | Thriller | Children's | Young Adult | All other
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* Positive Futures (novel & short story; see category for details -- Star Trek would be an example of a positive, inspirational future)
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As in past years, every voter is registered in a drawing for gifts donated by our sponsors.

So please come share with us what great works you've read this year, what authors, publishers, editors, artists and the like you feel are worth recognition!

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Winners in the 2018 Annual Critters Readers' Poll

Aaaaaaaand the winners are in -- Critters Writers Workshop would like to congratulate all the winners in the 22nd Annual Critters Readers' Poll!

The full list of entrants and rankings for all 41 categories (as well as links to check out the entrants themselves) can be found at:

www.critters.org/predpoll

Congratulations especially to the first place finishers:


Best Anthology: Writers of the Future Volume 35, Galaxy Press ( http://galaxypress.com/writers-of-the-future-titles/ )

Best Artist: Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/ )

Best Artwork: Voyager, Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/files/131560093.jpg )

Best Author: Wulf Moon ( http://driftweave.com )

Best Book Cover Artwork: 22 Stories, Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/files/133167900.jpg )

Best Book Editor: John Baltisberger ( https://madnessheart.press/?v=7516fd43adaa )

Best Bookstore: Chapters Indigo Bookstore - Vancouver, Burnaby - Canada ( https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca...redetails/762/ )
TIE: Literatus & Co. ( https://www.literatusbooks.com/ )
TIE: Bakka Phoenix Bookstore - Toronto, Canada ( https://www.bakkaphoenixbooks.com/ )
TIE: Atomic Books ( https://atomicbooks.com/ )

Best Print/Electronic Book Publisher: The Wild Rose Press ( http://www.thewildrosepress.com )

Best Fiction Magazine / e-zine: The Horror Zine ( https://www.thehorrorzine.com )

Best Nonfiction article: 'Never Let Go', Wulf Moon, Camden Park Press ( http://www.camdenparkpress.com/howigotpublished/ )

Best Nonfiction book: Remembering Dexter, Brian L Porter, Next Chapter ( http://getbook.at/Dexter )

Best Nonfiction Magazine / e-zine: Best Other Novel: Sinners' Opera, Linda Nightingale, The Wild Rose Press ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...0EAS92ZJ53VVC8 )

Best Children's Book: Daphne Comes to Town, Chuck Hawley, Self ( http://www.sticky the kitty.com )

Best Erotica Novel: Fractured Men, Adira August, RedDeer ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081DK8SJB/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Horror Novel: Gabriel's Trumpet, Jon Black, 18thWall Productions ( https://18thwall.com/product/gabriels-trumpet )

Best Magical Realism Novel: Sona and Brothers, David W. Thompson, Solstice ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1625268793/ )

Best Mystery Novel: The Mersey Monastery Murders, Brian L Porter, Next Chapter ( http:// getbook.at/Monastery )

Best Positive Future Novel: Angel Fierce, Vijaya Schartz, BWL Publishing ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07NCXHZJX/ )

Best Romance Novel: Secret Betrayal, C. B. Clark, The Wild Rose Press ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R5QP2WX/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novel: Shattered Bonds, Faith Hunter, Penguin Group ( https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/b...-faith-hunter/ )

Best Steampunk Novel: Height of the Storm, Arron Rosenberg, Green Ronin Publishing ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/19...api_tpbk_p1_i0 )

Best Thriller Novel: Finding Euphoria, C. Becker, The Wild Rose Press ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NPX6ZBL/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Young Adult Book: The Shining Ones, Kasey Hill, Dark Moon Rising Publications ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082V1C35T/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Poem: Hard Rain, Denny E. Marshall, Page & Spine ( http://www.pagespineficshowcase.com/...-marshall.html )

Best Poet: Greg Francis ( https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07P548LC8 )

Best Poetry Magazine / e-zine: The Horror Zine ( http://www.thehorrorzine.com/ )

Best Promotional Firm, Site, or Resource: Pump Up Your Book ( http://www.pumpupyourbook.com/ )

Best Review Site: Kevin's Corner ( https://kevintipplescorner.blogspot.com/ )

Best All other Short Story: Son of the Wolf, Kara Dennison, 18thWall Productions ( https://18thwall.com/product/sockhops-seances )

Best Horror Short Story: Professional Envy, Samson Stormcrow Hayes, Third Flatiron ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XVN23X6/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Magical Realism Short Story: When Lavender is in Bloom, Christine Morgan, 18thWall Productions ( https://18thwall.com/product/the-chromatic-court )

Best Positive Future Short Story: Tunnels, Brian Trent, Third Flatiron ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XVN23X6/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Romance Short Story: Ciara's Homecoming Christmas, Carol Henry, The Wild Rose Press ( http://www.carolhenry.org )

Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Story: Super-Duper Moongirl and the Amazing Moon Dawdler, Wulf Moon, Future Science Fiction Digest ( http://future-sf.com/fiction/super-d...-moon-dawdler/ )

Best Steampunk Short Story: Cold inside, Sergio 'ente per ente' PALUMBO, Millhaven Press/ Dan Gallagher ( http://AuthorDan.com )
TIE: Mutatis Mutandis, Donald J. Bingle, Mystery Weekly Magazine (September 2019) ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XBFGQKK/?tag=critters3a-20 )

Best Writers' Discussion Forum: SFFChronicles ( https://www.sffchronicles.com/forum/writers/ )

Best Writers' Resource/Information/News Source: Indie Author Group ( http://indieauthorgroup.com )

Best Writers' Workshop: Wulf Moon's SUPER SECRET Writing Workshop ( http://forum.writersofthefuture.com/...p=88255#p88255 )

Best Magazine / e-zine Cover Artwork: Bards & Sages Quarterly July 2019, Denny E. Marshall ( http://www.dennymarshall.com/files/132004381.jpg )

Best Magazine / e-zine Editor: Jeani Rector ( https://www.thehorrorzine.com )



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