The Blue Sky Tag

I had a little surprise the other day when Tina of Writteningeek nominated me for the Blue Sky Tag. Thank you for this Tina, it was a real joy to get this from you and to fill in all the questions. I love getting tags and that kind of thing This is the updated version of the … Continue reading The Blue Sky Tag

Why Sci-Fi?

Have a look at the first contributor post on my Scifi and Fantasy hub. The door is open for more contributors to help give this project substance and readers to make it work! Simon 🙂

Why Sci-Fi?

First off, I want to thank Simon Farnell for allowing me to be a contributor here on Universe of Possibilities. If you’re interested in learning more about this awesome new Sci-Fi hub, and perhaps finding out how to become a contributor yourself, click here. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for my first … Continue reading Why Sci-Fi?

1st Issue of the Scaffolding Magazine in Print! @ScaffoldingMag #scifi #startup #indieauthor

Have a look at Ellie’s magazine Sacffolding, she’s been working long and hard over it. Have a look and her her support!

Simon 🙂

Ellie Maloney

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Super exciting news! Scaffolding Magazine is in print now! You can buy a hardcopy on Blurb.com today!

Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publishing diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. Our mission is to become a vehicle for discoverability of up-and-coming artists.

The first issue is packed with content! On the 80 pages you will find short fiction, editorials, humor, and lots of exciting personalities from around the world! So far we offer only a print version, but shortly we will release a digital and audio versions as well.

Check out also one of the contributors to the first issue – author of Blood Dragons and Blood Shackles Rosemary A. Johns. Scaffolding Magazine interviewed Rosemary about her writing, diversity and inclusion in fiction…

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