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Submissions Welcome! (1)

We accept multiple types of media. Send it as an attachment in email to faecorpspublishing@gmail.com. Make sure to include a bio in third person, along with a photo of yourself.

For photos or art, you may include a caption of up to 500 words.

For poems, you can send up to five, and max lines of 50.

Short stories up to a max word count of 5000. No erotica and no blatant gore for gore’s sake. We are open to all other genres, but, if it is difficult to read due to gore or cruelty , then we will not be willing to post it.

Previously published work is okay, as long as you still have rights to publish. Please inform us where it was published so we may include the information in the post.

There is no fee, and we can not at current pay contributors. All authors and artists retain the copyright and creative control of anything we post.

To be in the Author or Artist spotlight, head over to the appropriate section:

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Improve your Writing by Removing Crutch Words.

Lorraine Ambers

Completing a rough draft of a novel is a huge success. However the real work comes from revising. Working with critique partners to help develop the plot and character arcs. But what happens after you’ve done a few rounds of revision? Where do you go next? How can you sharpen your manuscript?

We all have words that we over use, words that we rely on to tell or show the story. Words that we’ve peppered our page with. Soon, you and your beta readers will being to notice the words you rely on, and with diligence you can begin to remove them from your work.

Because I write fantasy-romance, I tend to over use body parts; eyes, mouths, certain gestures for my characters like shrugging or curling their hands into fists. When over used, our readers pick up on them, which brings them out of the story. These become…

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Follow Friday

Today we ask that you leave in comments great pages that you think we should follow. Be sure to include your own link! 😍

My June Poem

Things will get better with time, and there’s no doubting that. Be happy for no reason or rhyme! Play with a ball and a bat.

My June Poem

Indie Wednesday

We are all about promotion of the indie here. Are you a indie artist or author? Post links to your work! This is the place to brag about your work. Or do you know an indie that needs to be seen? Post a link. Sharing is caring after all. We also welcome you to post services for the indie… If you are an editor, cover designer, or something like that… Post that link!

March 2019 Spotlight Author Serena Mossgraves

Author Serena Mossgraves writes Horror and Dark Fantasy for ages 18+ Serena Mossgraves is a twisted faery with the urge to scare the unwitting reader. Her dark tales of nightmares excite the unwary. She has been seen prowling around looking for new tales to twist and share. She is an avid reader who has always […]

March 2019 Spotlight Author Serena Mossgraves

Teaser Tuesday

What are you working on? Share with us a teaser for something that you are or have done. Share links too so that we can find you… Don’t feel like sharing your work? Well share another indie so that they can be seen!

Book Birthdays!

Book Birthdays!
Through the sunshine
Www.books2read.com/throughthesunshine

Poetic Remiders
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Indie Spotlight: Mystical Greenwood

MyIndieWriting

Hello, Readers! In today’s book blog tour, we spotlight a super creative fantasy work by Andrew McDowell: Mystical Greenwood

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A new business opportunity

luna's on line

a picture of a chocolate cakeSparky was sitting on the table reading the latest edition of Magical Creatures Monthly. He was studying a tempting-looking chocolate cake recipe by a dragon from Wisconsin, when with a loud pop and a puff of pink smoke, a small rectangular object landed on the doormat.

‘What was that, Sparky?’ called Alys from where she was busy cleaning her cauldron.

The diminutive dragon flew down to inspect the recent arrival. ‘It’s a Magical Messaging Machine. How exciting!’ He poked it gently with a small purple claw. ‘Oooh,’ he exclaimed through a shower of excited sparks as the screen sprang into life.

Alys hurried over. The Magical Message Machine pinged loudly and the large friendly face of George the Dragon filled the screen.

Alys and Sparky exchanged glances. Even though George had made a huge mess of Alys’s herb garden when he’d visited, and hadn’t actually turned out to be…

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