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CL Short Story Project 2: Sword & Sorcery - Submission Window Closed; Round 3 Draft

  1. #642012013-10-02 16:47:32 *DarkChaplain said:

    First ebook drafts are done, the jury is assembled, pre-release copies of the ebooks have been distributed to @MrTingles and @Ecstasy.

    Next step will be me taking snapshots of each story to hand them to the authors, so they may get some small edits in before the final release. I'll PM you once I've got the time to get it done.

    Oh, hey, a wild cover:


  2. #646232013-10-15 17:22:08DarkChaplain said:


    Due to personal reasons on my end, I am not currently able to do the rest of the work justice, and thus the final version is on hold for the time being.

    I am terribly sorry about that, and I probably hate this situation way more than any of you. I'll try to get it done once I am able to.

    In the meantime, I hope you can be patient for a while longer, while I sort things out.
    To the authors I would like to offer the work in progress version of the three ebook formats which I've taken care of very quickly after I received all the submissions and most of the edits sent in.

    If you want to get reading the actual submissions, despite the ebooks missing a few things still, let me know about it and I'll hook you up.

  3. #646292013-10-15 19:11:58Kirn said:

    Well, I don't mind waiting. I want to read other stories, but I would prefer to get the book when it's properly finished. Anyways, my one hope is that these time judges would publicly rate stories. Yes, I am that competitive )

  4. #646692013-10-17 13:48:23--Jack-- said:

    We should have a specially altered badge for "Best Story". Like the Writer's Corner badge but with a star or something in the corner. Or maybe a ribbon.

    But the chances of a new badge being made are slim to none~

  5. #646702013-10-17 14:02:23Kirn said:

    Nah... badges are overrated anyways. One doesn't have to have a badge to know that he won something.