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March Signature Feature: Puzzles Pieces by Mrsgnomie

This short story was a Pride month post, but the shortie but goodie is definitely worth your time all during the year!!  Length: 1,000 Description: Daniel found his forever friend in Hone when he was just four-years-old. They grow up inseparable. The only secret between them is that Daniel is gay. If life is a puzzle, the only piece missing is the truth. A Reader Said: Love this tale of two friends. How scary it must be to come out to your bestie. I love the deeper meaning o

February Signature Feature: N'than by Mikesboy

February is the month of love, which is supposed to conquer all. But what about when your life seems to be one bad experience after another? Trust doesn't come easily when it seems like everyone has ulterior motives... Will N'than ever find that person who doesn't see him as someone to be used? Length: 14,532 Description: N'than is the last of his kind. He's lived for others, now the wants to find out who he is. Who can he trust? A reader said: Now I loved that story! Very w

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January Signature Author Feature: Furlough by Mark Arbour

Did last year feel like a war to you? Or has this year started off like one? Well, like the characters in Mark Arbour's story, Furlough, how about taking a short break? Enjoy this 2009 Anthology feature featured as this month's Signature ad!  Length: 4,853 Description: Two wounded men meet in Paris during World War I. One is wounded on the outside, both are wounded on the inside. Will their accidental meeting help heal both of them? A reader said: This story has a number of

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December Signature Feature: Phases of the Moon by Mann Ramblings

This month I admit I couldn't pass up another "family" story... but with a dose of last month's paranormal feature. Have you read the last story @Mann Ramblings posted, Phases of the Moon? Well, maybe this week will convince you if you haven't!  Length: 146,674 Description: Under the phases of the moon, Jimmy Coutreau is hunting, following the howls that don't belong. A loner by choice, he finds himself fascinated by Sawyer Thomas, a man who doesn't belong in his world, but here

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October Signature Feature: Finding Alex by Krista

October is all about fun and games, sometimes with a bit of a twist... How does that come into play with this story? Read on and find out!  Length: 17,423 Description: Daniel is single and in the closet. Then at his sister's wedding, he meets Alex, the bestman of his new brother-in-law. A reader said: Krista! Why? I bloody loved the build up. I wished we could have had more time with the couple  Great story though  ~ Bachgen Cymraeg   If you want to spread the wor

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September Signature Feature: In the Shadow of the Dragon by JamesSavik

Well... if you read this story, it has it all. Action, drama, heroes you love to see be heroic even if they don't see it, villains you love to hate, twists you don't see coming, and so much more. Written a decade or so ago, it hits even recent events in eerie ways, but I think you're all okay to read it. Please enjoy this month's feature, and make sure you leave likes, comments, and reviews!  Length: 80,099 Description: Five Colorado teens face the horrors of nuclear and biologic

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August Signature Author Feature: Gone Fishing by Headstall

Well, August has nearly come and gone if you can believe it not. I chose this story by Headstall because as my summer comes to a close I felt a certain kinship with the description of shattered dreams. Where have all the days gone and all my plans to achieve ended...? How often do we ask ourselves that.... Length: 11,332 Description: This is a story of life, dreams, and timing. Anthony's life has come full circle as he retreats to his small home town on a northern Ontario river.

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July Signature Excerpt: Torn in Two by Graeme

I know this may seem like a story you've read before... but Graeme has a way of bringing emotions to life that you can't help but absorb and follow as if they were your emotions and your choices. Don't pass up this short story if you ignored the comments by Wildone featured on Monday's featured blog post or this excerpt tidbit!  Want to read more? Click here!

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July Signature Author Feature: Torn in Two by Graeme

July has come and with it so many events for me I can't pick between if I'm coming or going... so I chose Graeme's story, Torn in Two, as this month's feature. Please enjoy this short story and leave him a comment or review!  Length: 9,024 Description: Scott's heart is torn in two directions. He wants to leave Greenwood to be with his boyfriend, but he can't leave his grandfather, who needs him. A Reader said:  I just read the story and loved it ❤️ As always, Graeme, th

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June Signature Feature: The Dawn of Day by Dolores Esteban

June and halfway through the year. I don't know about you, but I truly believe that entire ages have come and gone in 2023 so far. I thought this story, Dawn of Day by Dolores Esteban was intriguing when I read it in the past and so fits how I feel about June so far. What do you think?  Length: 40,080 Description: A gravitational wave sweeps the USS Explorer to the star system 55 Cancri. The crew detects a deserted alien airport on a planet in the habitable zone. The planet, howe

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May Signature Author Feature: Zombies Like Us by Dodger

May came in like a scorcher here, and I felt like a vampire hiding from the wicked, evil sun (more than usual). In this story, Zombies Like Us, by Dodger one character doesn't even have to try when it comes to creating his costume... and he's got plans for a select few. I liked this short story shared in one of our anthologies back when I first read it, and I hope you'll like it now too!  Length: 10,930 Description: Jody doesn’t need to dress up for Halloween, he’s already a zomb

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April Signature Author Excerpt: Shadow Honor by Cynus

Did you catch Monday's blog where I featured Cynus's story, Shadow Honor? This is one of my favorite genres, and I have to agree with @JeffreyL because I really like the way that @Cynus used the tattoo magic in the storyline. Have you read this story? Share your thoughts below if you didn't get the chance to share your love on Monday. If not, maybe this except will draw you in enough to make you go read (warning: You're going to want to have NOTHING else to do for a while!)  Want to read

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April Signature Author Feature: Shadow Honor by Cynus

Okay, another long story feature and this one has themes of fantasy which we all know I love! If you haven't given this Signature Author's story, Shadow Honor by @Cynus, a shot, what have you been doing?? Better yet, it's part of a series! Full of political intrigue, magic, demons, and more.... there's a ton in store for intrepid readers! Length: 126,057 Description: In the depths beneath the Everbright City lies a vast complex of caves known as The Shade. The Underking of the Sh

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March Signature Author Feature: If Memory Serves by Comicality

March is already half over, but that just means you need to take a break to read this little gem of Comicality's. It'll get you in the feels.  Length: 6,562 Description: Three years ago, Sawyer and Josh showed up to help build a park playground as a part of a mutual friend's Eagle Boy Scout project... and ended up sharing a moment that they'll remember for the rest of their lives. A reader said: Boy o boy...did this bring back memories, the nerves and angst of reaching out t

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February Signature Author Excerpt: So Weeps the Willow by Cole Matthews

Did you catch Monday's feature of Cole Matthew's story So Weep's the Willow? If you've ever indulged... ahem... a little too much, you might identify with the feelings at the start of this excerpt. Now the hows and whys the character makes the choices that go on in the story? Maybe, or maybe not, but that's the beauty of getting to follow along with another's story, right? Enjoy!!  Want to read more? Click here

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