First Writing Prompt Winner!

Check out the winner for this week’s writing prompt in Speculative Fiction Emporium! 🙂

Author Kyle Perkins


Over at Speculative Fiction Emporium we have just finished our very first ever “Writing Prompt Challenge” where we find a writing prompt online, usually Reddit, and set a word count limit, challenging authors and writers to step out of their comfort zone and flex their creative muscles. Each writer uses the prompt as the basis of their story and seeing what they come up with is a pretty exciting experience! We love being able to pull the community together and breed creativity rather than “just another pimping group.” After all entries are collected, we have the entire group vote on a winner to remove admin bias. We will be doing these each Wednesday in the group, and posting them on Fridays.

This week’s writing prompt was:

“You accidentally kill a reclusive millionaire and manage to cover it up so it’s untraceable to you. The next day, however, it’s all over…

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Interview: Speculative Fiction Emporium

Hey! I did an interview about my Facebook group! Check it out, and come see us in Spec Fic if you think it might be your kind of place!

Author Kyle Perkins

by Kyle Perkins
So, I sat down with the owner of “Speculative Fiction Emporium” to discuss what makes her group different from others. Most indie groups are just spammy pimping groups, and I want to find all of the groups throughout the web that are different. So, this will be a new thing that you will see on my blog periodically, and possibly weekly depending on what I dredge up. I just want to find the groups where discussion is encouraged, and artists are celebrated. There are more than enough advertising going around, I want to find the groups that help us grow as authors/artists. If you have a cool and unique group, or know someone that does, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’d love to hear from you!

  1. So what’s it like running your own group?

It is like all of my lifelong hopes and dreams have finally been…

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