I've decided I need better graphic capabilities on my home office PC, and plan to build my own system. I plan to blog about the experience. This first entry answers the question, "Why build your own system?" Let me know if this is interesting!!
Well, giving people a week to write a story seems to have been too...aggressive. Since there were only two entries, I've decided to make this a *monthly* contest. The current round, which started last Friday, will run until the final Monday of this month.
I've also added an additional prompt in the form of a photo. That gives authors a choice of both prompt and genre.
May, 2019, round is open! Every entry earns 1,000 GPS. Awardicons and merit badges for the best stories. Show of your skills at showing the action. Contest is limited to ten entries, so enter soon while there is still space.
My friend and WDC author Alex Morgan just published a new novel. I've read it, and it's quite good. It's a SciFi/Mystery cross-over, set in Oklahoma. It features murder, a Renaissance Faire, and romance. The psionic detective, Ian, uses his powers and good, old-fashioned detective work to unsnarl the storm of clues and solve the crime. This novel is in the best tradition of SciFi/mystery cross-overs like Asimov's detective/robot series. Highly recommended.