Science Fiction and Fantasy


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.

Members: 103
Latest Activity: Nov 20, 2019

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

Writing Time Travel that Reflects the New Reality of the Science

Started by Marshall Barnes Apr 5, 2018. 0 Replies

 I'll be offering consulting services for writers who want to write compelling time travel fiction that reflects the current scientific developments which rule out such usual elements as paradoxes,…Continue

Tags: machines, timeless, travel, time

What do you think of Black Mirror?

Started by Deborah Herman. Last reply by Deborah Herman Jan 19, 2018. 4 Replies

We are always looking for new series to binge watch. There are a few new series following…Continue

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

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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. 

Comment by Danika Dinsmore on February 28, 2012 at 7:11pm

I got a message from the owner of - and, yes, they are actively seeking fantasy authors for their March blog tour. Basically, you are signing up to do as many "post exchanges" with other fantasy writers as you would like. Very low pressure. You pick the number of exchanges you want to make.

On their site they have a Book Store that links your book with how to purchase it (the market is ebooks, btw, but if you have a print book on amazon, people will find it) and Info about all the authors.

Their job is to drive people to your site from their site and your job is to drive people to their site from yours. It's a fantasy writers and readers love-in.

Comment by Garry L. Hickman, M.Div. on February 27, 2012 at 11:52am

Favorite creature? I came up with a race and spent an enjoyable evening "fleshing them out" with two other writers. The race was the Felaurii (sing., Felaur). These creatures stood anywhere from 2 to 2.5 feet tall. To visualize the form, think of a centaur, but rather than equine-based, the Felaurii are based on different types of cats, such as ocelots, tigers, domestic, and others. There are light suggestions of man in their faces, but by and large, the visage is feline.

They are incredibly agile, swift, graceful -- and thoroughly evil. Don't get too close to the creatures, though, they secrete an oderless "gas" that, within a 15 foot range, makes the person under its influence look upon the Felaur as the most beautiful, the most desirable, creature(s) in existence.

Comment by Danika Dinsmore on February 26, 2012 at 10:12pm

I just posted this on Book Promotion, so you may see this twice.

I have no idea if this site is well-used, or will become something well-used, but I signed up on it:

It's a "blog tour" for authors who write fantasy that deals with magic. They promote self-published authors, small press, etc. I suppose it's one of those things where the more people know about it, the more people use it. So register yourself and your books!

Comment by L. Filloon on February 19, 2012 at 4:27pm

Hi everyone!  In promoting my self-published book The Binding I am offering a free ebook download on Smashwords (Coupon no. LA38P).  The offer expires 02/29/2012.

The genre is YA Urban Fantasy and I would love to get reveiws on it for all sites selling my work (Amazon, B&N, Smashwords and Goodreads).

Thank you everyone and I hope you have fun reading it as much as I had fun writing it!

Comment by Heather Montford on February 5, 2012 at 7:08pm

HI! My name is Heather and i'm new to the group - i am so happy to find a fantasy group on here finally.  Very nearly everything I write is fantasy, including, mostly, human sized faeries or elves, or in the case of two or three books in planning, both.

Comment by L. Filloon on January 6, 2012 at 1:10am

Hello everyone!  I'm a new self-published author trying to get my book out there.  The book is call The Binding and I'll list the links below.  I would appreciate it if you'd visit my sites and like them.  The Binding is a fictional story and I wrote it for the mere fun of it.  Little did I know that I would come to love the characters, especially Tharin and Lily, which the story is about.  I love it and I hope you enjoy it. 




Thanks again!

Comment by Martha Bourke on December 31, 2011 at 8:35am

Hi everyone. I'm Martha. I'm currently working on a fantasy series. The first book comes out in a couple of weeks. It's a mixture of fantasy and mythology, which is very typical of what I write. It's YA and the characters inhabit our world, though there are magical elements that exist there.

Comment by Tony H Leather on December 31, 2011 at 5:49am

Check out my author page at amazon I have now published two short story collections, the first getting three 5-star ratings so far, the second only just released before Christmas, but in the sci-fi genre, and I think better than the first one.

Comment by Deborah Herman on December 25, 2011 at 9:22am

Hi Mark, Feel free to post your short story as a blog on your page. I am sure people would love to read it here as well. Thanks for posting. 


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