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This was originally displayed on Jan 4, 2018 to promote the upcoming anthology.  We are displaying it again to promote stories from our past.  If you haven't had the chance, now is a great time to step into the way back machine and check them out.

Be sure to read and review!

Anthology Flashback: Winter 2007 - Worth Fighting For


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This week we are promoting our Winter 2007 Anthology: Worth Fighting For.

In no particular order:

 

Be sure to read and review!

 

For Authors!

We'd also like to remind all authors that we have 4 Anthology themes for 2018 and a Novella Contest:

Contests

 

Anthologies

  • 2018 Spring Anthology: Now or Never - Due May 15th
  • 2018 Spring Anthology: Encounters - Due May 15th
  • 2018 Fall Anthology: Fight Back - Due Nov 15th
  • 2018 Fall Anthology: Good Intentions - Due Nov 15th

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12 minutes ago, Northern Dutch Guy said:

 

Like you, just read C.James story. For me because of Northie's comment here.

Agree with both of you. Well written how in too many parts of this world politics/politicians work. Especially if you can be reelecte again and again.

And now I’ve also added my 2 cents based on the comments here. Thank you. 

Will get to the others for sure. 

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On 1/5/2018 at 6:41 AM, Myr said:

I usually use the hammer but you keep telling me to be nicer :P

 

@Myr Just want to thank you for reposting older anthologies.  I have been trying to read some of the older stories, but have to do a bit of hit or miss searching. I'm looking forward to reading these.  Thanks,

Terry

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2 hours ago, raven1 said:

@Myr Just want to thank you for reposting older anthologies.  I have been trying to read some of the older stories, but have to do a bit of hit or miss searching. I'm looking forward to reading these.  Thanks,

Terry

Just filter the stories by category. It is the little folder icon on the filter bar in Stories. See the Help section if you need I help with filtering stories. 

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28 minutes ago, Myr said:

Just filter the stories by category. It is the little folder icon on the filter bar in Stories. See the Help section if you need I help with filtering stories. 

Thanks Myr!  You came to my rescue once again!

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On 1/4/2018 at 6:59 PM, northie said:

C. James' Requiem is a powerful, moving product of the writer's art. Short, but packs a mighty punch.

I reread this recently. Has my view changed? Nope. If anything, it reads even more as a commentary of our times. And I still haven't tried writing in the 2nd person... 🤨😄

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On 10/13/2022 at 11:03 AM, raven1 said:

@Myr Just want to thank you for reposting older anthologies.  I have been trying to read some of the older stories, but have to do a bit of hit or miss searching. I'm looking forward to reading these.  Thanks,

Terry

I've been reading through a great many of the older stories and found many truly great stories that I've enjoyed, some of which have no reactions, comments or reviews. Don't let the lack of comments or reviews put you off or you may miss something that you like. I've left reactions, comments and reviews for those that appealed to me. Requiem is one of those stories that stands the test of time and is still very relevant today, there are many others too.

The way I look for older stories to read from the archive is to simply filter for complete stories and go to the oldest first, there are other filters you can apply if you want to. I would recommend that members look to the archives for some great stories that will increase reading pleasure.

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54 minutes ago, Mancunian said:

I've been reading through a great many of the older stories and found many truly great stories that I've enjoyed, some of which have no reactions, comments or reviews. Don't let the lack of comments or reviews put you off or you may miss something that you like. I've left reactions, comments and reviews for those that appealed to me. Requiem is one of those stories that stands the test of time and is still very relevant today, there are many others too.

The way I look for older stories to read from the archive is to simply filter for complete stories and go to the oldest first, there are other filters you can apply if you want to. I would recommend that members look to the archives for some great stories that will increase reading pleasure.

I agree with @Mancunian100%.  I have also read many stories in this anthology.  There are many wonderful stories here, and I have also reviewed the ones I like and plan on more.  Lack of reviews will hopefully be remedied if you listen to Mancunain's good advice.    

Also, both Mancunian and Myr in a reply to my comment above have given excellent instructions on how to find more of these stories.  It is a very nice feeling to know that you have rediscovered a story and are the first to review!  I challenge all GA readers to be first!

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Ok, it took me a while, but I just finished reading every story in this antho and I left a comment for each of them.  

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