- Fictioneer!org | for friends of fiction
Everything from horror to romance, comedy to... well, whatever you're looking for, or maybe you want somewhere to post your stories
Fictioneer: publishing fiction on the internet
Fictioneer!org is a friendly website whose only purpose is for publishing fiction on the internet and providing a platform for authors to post blogs and exchange ideas.
With authors like Joyce Melton, Nick B, Grover, Starla Anne Lowry, Dean Vandusen, Laika Pupkino, Eden Hannah Blackeney, Heather Rose Brown and Tim Knight, the choice of genres is getting larger all the time.
Members and casual visitors are treated to some of the best fiction on the internet.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or a budding amateur, everyone has a story inside them just itching to get out and Fictioneer!org is just the place to post it to get feedback.
We have everything from Flash Fiction writing to complete novel writing with other story lengths in between showing that Fictioneer!org is keeping up the good work.
I have been adding reviews on DVD and films, including:
- Race to witch mountain
- Seventeen again
- The men who stare at goats
- Cloudy with a chance of meatballs
More are being added all the time. You can see them here
Other than that, Amanda's Eyes has reached its 15th chapter and Starla Anne Lowry's Prairies Children - Return to the west has got going and is looking pretty cool too
Meanwhile, it's a completely free service, but you will have to sign up to post your stories. Other than that, reading is free and completely anonymous, so if you don't have that story to post, you'll always be welcome to come and read what we have.
Why not check us out?
It's free and fun...
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