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Ilysveil: You Can Not Scream by J. H. Zech

Ilysveil: You Can Not Scream by J. H. Zech Corvus Morgenstern stood in the shadow of the crystal-laden white tower before him. A blue banner with a sun and crescent moon symbol flew off...

Tryouts by Brodie Lowe

Tryouts by Brodie Lowe Overgrown hedges of hawthorn lined the rusted fence, interlocking one another, bunched together like rows of men in broad-shouldered jackets looking inquisitively outward on the rest of the world in...

Book Review: No Strings by Mark SaFranko

It has been quite a while since I felt like re-reading a book. However books which have a narrative in first person or are otherwise dealing with daily petty life issues seem readable more...

Book Review of: Goldeneye: Where Bond Was Born

The Commander, the Author and the Escape that made it happen by Ujjwal Dey Review of: Goldeneye: Where Bond Was Born: Ian Fleming’s Jamaica by Matthew Parker Our world has always been changing but...

Book Review: One Crazy Day

Book Review: One Crazy Day by Jeffrey Frye Published by Murder Slim Press By the time you finish even first 20 pages of this book you will be planning your own big heist. Hollywood...

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Submissions now open for FFJ

Submission Guidelines Novella and Novel length Fiction works of genre fiction (all genres) or pulp fiction only Word Count is to be minimum 30,000 to maximum 90,000 words Payment is 8 cents per 100...

Mark SaFranko

Book Review: No Strings by Mark SaFranko

How many of you really read pulp-fiction? And how many of you bemoan the genre of pulp-fiction. By definition it is allegedly cheap writing on cheap pulp paper. Yet, somehow, genius emerges even in...