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Science Fiction and Fantasy

Escape to new worlds and scientific possibilities in this group for sci-fi and fantasy writers. Share your work, your ideas, your experience and artwork. This is a worldwide group for those who write, represent, edit, read, draw, and produce  in this genre.

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Latest Activity: Jan 18

We are looking for a moderator for this group. We want to know more about this genre and what your challenges are in writing it and in getting it published. Where do you go to meet with like minded people? Where do you learn your craft? What are good blogs and resources that we can share here for other Sci Fi and Fantasy enthusiasts. Would this include the entire UFO phenomenon or is that another category? We want to know about you so we can assure you have whatever information and resources you need to reach your goals. Thank you for being valued members of WAENetwork. 

Discussion Forum

How do you market your work?

Started by Deborah Herman Mar 25, 2016. 0 Replies

Does Science Fiction and Fantasy rely heavily on your relationships with a fan base? How do you find that group of people who form the core of your following? Do you attend conventions and other…Continue

Tags: books, fantasy

Is it difficult to find publishers for Sci Fi and Fantasy? What are your challenges?

Started by Deborah Herman Feb 24, 2015. 0 Replies

We know there are many challenges in the traditional publishing arena. Do these challenges differ for writers in this genre? Who are your success stories and how do they succeed? Is it luck? Is it…Continue

Scifi and Fantasy

Started by Warren C. Bennett. Last reply by Marshall Barnes Feb 6, 2014. 19 Replies

Hey there!I write mainly science fiction and fantasy. I grew up reading both, though for a long time I was a bit of a SciFi snob. You know the type "Why do they have FANTASY on the same shelf as the…Continue

THE HUNGER GAMES?

Started by jeff herman. Last reply by Marshall Barnes Feb 6, 2014. 10 Replies

Are the Hunger Games sci-fi/fantasy? Jeff HermanContinue

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Comment by Marshall Barnes on April 21, 2014 at 5:59pm

Caleb:

Nice suggestion.

Comment by Stefanie Pratt on February 11, 2013 at 1:49pm

Hello, I'm new here.  I'm currently working on a fantasy novel that is appropriate for my highly gifted readers (I have 3) with a content that my 7 year old can handle while my 12 year old will still enjoy.  I do love a good challenge!

Comment by Nigel Slater on November 5, 2012 at 7:51am

I keep being drawn back to my work in progress sci-fi thriller despite having no idea where the plot is heading. There is a strange fascination when writing in a world where the improbable may just be possible

Comment by Katherine E. Hinkson on July 5, 2012 at 10:58pm

I also signed up not long ago. I write paranormal mysteries for Chapter/YA's and adult fiction. One of my WIP is YA book with Gargoyles as protectors of my characters. My WIP for adult mysteries, my main character is empathic and clairvoyant. I have a WIP cozy involving a house with ghosts.

Comment by Scott Eder on July 5, 2012 at 12:55pm

Hey there. I signed up a while back, but didn't introduce myself. I'm an urban and epic fantasy novelist looking for a good home for my first book, KNIGHT OF FLAME. My current WIP is the second book in the series, THE LAST CLAN, which I hope to finish by the end of the this month. I'm trying to build a web presence with a new website and blog and look forward to interacting with this group.

Comment by Ann Elizabeth Melrose on July 5, 2012 at 12:44pm

Hi, I'm also new to this group. I am a short story writer whose story ideas want to be novels. I am also currently enrolled with Full Sail University for a degree in Creative Writing. My current WIP is not an extension of a short story about vampires or murder between siblings, but involves time travel using an ancient artifact and spanning 3 generations and covers approximately 1000 years in time.

Comment by Carmine Basilicata on May 21, 2012 at 8:27pm

Hello all. I'm new to the group, and I love this genre particularly; superheroes, warriors, and monsters.

Comment by Robert Mario Wright on May 6, 2012 at 2:53pm

Mollyann, I have added a discussion titled "Multiversal Discussions" so that we can discuss it without clogging the comment wall. I think it is a great idea and I have a few question I posited in the discussion that struck me right way when I read the premise. 

Comment by Mollyann Tabachnikov on May 6, 2012 at 10:39am

Robert--I look forward to your book.  I wrote a short story published in my ebook, The Way It Should Be, called "Another Time Traveler," with a nod to H.G. Wells.  In it, I posit a scientist who invents a time machine and travels back to "before the Big Bang" (which physicists tell us is impossible because time didn't exist before the Big Bang).  He encounters a being, a Super Scientist, who has set an infinite number of universes going in separate dimensions, each slightly different from the others, in order to see how they play out.  The Traveler decides to kill this being out of fear that it will decide to terminate the experiment.  Your opinion?

Comment by Robert Mario Wright on April 13, 2012 at 1:17pm

Hello, I have been a member for a short while but haven't introduced myself. I write fantasy/sci-fi. I have been working on a book that deals with the concept of a "multiverse" that incorporates modern magical theory fused with quantum physics. Nice to meet you all. 

 

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