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One eye and hand is enough to orchestrate a masterful piece of literature. In here, unknowns become known. 'Tis nobody who shall be somebody once joined with us.
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Jul 10, 2012


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If you have a group related to literature, send an affiliation request. If your group is related to Visual Poetry/Prose, Comic Book and/or Manga art exclusively, you're also welcome to send out a request. :la:

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:bulletgreen: VISION :bulletgreen:

This home is support for those who are amateur (or professional) writers that has less than 300 watchers.

You, the member, should have accomplished to acquire over 300 admirers of your work with your contributions in this group. Once you have made it, you will be out of the group so that you can continue on your journey on your own. You've come this far! :handshake:

Note: If you have more than 300 watchers, :+devwatch: instead of joining as a member. If you like (and it would be awesome), you can give tips for any member, who has questions or doubts, in the comment box. If you do this frequently, you may be invited to be a "contributor".

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:police: By NOT obeying the rules, you will be out of the group and if you dare try and do something that's out of the limit, you will be reported if the situation is severe. So, don't try to be funny.

:bulletred: If you are called of suspected (or clear) violation of any rule and still not follow after three warnings, you will be removed from our group. This applies to Co-Founders and Contributors as well.

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Note: With these last two rules, certain responsibilities are given. For instance, if you want to be a contributor, you are responsible in organizing and updating the gallery. For Co-Founders, if you want to be one, you must send me a PM first and I will see then if you are qualified. The responsibility? Updating blogs, gallery and notifying any inconvenience/violation occurring in the group.

:bulletred: "18+ literature" is applied to any sexual, erotic and/or extremely violent content.

:bulletred: If you wish to promote any account in which you write articles or how-tos, such as Hubpages or Squidoo, you can send them to me in a PM and I will add them on a blog.

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Okay, I'm back. A bit early, but I won't be here tomorrow so I wanted to do this now.

This week's feature is :iconrhoder:

Here's what he wanted to say about himself:

"Writing is not just a hobby to me. I've dedicated my whole life to it. I've been writing since I was fourteen years old, and I just graduated college with a Bachelor's degree in English. I'm never going to stop until I'm a published novelist, and then I'll keep writing stories until I die. Most of my stories are novel-length originals and feature characters in realistic situations and settings. My latest novel is called Convalescent. It's entirely finished, so go have a look!"

He's got a few books out, actually. An accomplished writer if the evidence proves right. Now let's check this guy's work out.

Skeleton Crew #1“Initiation, Part 1”

>> Earth. Tokyo, Japan. Dokan Hotel & Casino. June 9, 2518.

Seph Donegan adjusts the ankle wrap of one of her stiletto shoes, a grimace on her face. She stands up and walks uneasily through her mid-size, two-bed hotel room to the long mirror mounted by the closet. Sirens wail as a flying police cruiser zips past the window of the room, but Seph ignores it.
She inspects her reflection, her brow furrowing with uncertainty. Seph is a young woman—only 19 years old, with a slightly thick frame and modest assets. Nonetheless, she looks drop-dead gorgeous in the bright green cocktail dress she is wearing, which brings out the green of her eyes and makes her already neon red hair all the more vibrant. She fluffs up her neck-length locks, and pushes her bangs out of her eyes.
She grimaces—she doesn't like what she sees. She turns her back to the mirror and tries reaching behind her back for the lowered zipper to her dress, bu
Guardian's Axiom - Part 1My name is Victoria Summers, and I'm a Guardian.
I’ve been protecting the City for six years now. You could usually find me patrolling the Cosmodrome in Old Russia. It’s where I thought I was the most needed. The enemies of the City are right at our doorstep, yet others turn their attention off-world, to the Moon, to Mars, and beyond.
One particular morning found me on the roof of the Cosmodrome’s communications array, on the ledge overlooking the aircraft boneyard. Thanks to my favored sniper rifle, dubbed Patience and Time--and my Hunter training--laying prone allowed me to stay cloaked and out of sight.
I had heard from other Guardians of a Fallen Captain that frequented this area. He was particularly cunning and had caused trouble for many of my friends. Taking him out would cause the Vandals and Dregs beneath him to become disorganized.
The name of my weapon suited me. There I waited, passing the time by popping the heads off Dregs. Death rained from above, and t
No, I'm Going To Be Spider-Man!I’m gonna try something different here because of the time constraints (I want to get this in before Halloween), so excuse how informal everything sounds. I was really on the fence about whether to make this a proper deviation or just a journal post. Since this story is entirely non-fiction and the narrator is 100% true-to-life me, I’m just not going to bother picking up my fancy purple quill.
So, I was browsing around my favorite literature group here on dA, Nurturing-Narratives, founded by (the very talented) WriteRelease, trying to give much needed attention to some submissions that had no comments, and I came across a little story called “Tales of a Daycare Teacher #1” written by (the just
Inside Erin - Ch 01
My name is Aaron.
The last thing I remember before the accident was walking home from The Gig, a cyber-café in the Boston area me and my friends would always haunt on our days off.
Well... it was more like a cyber-bar. It had all the trappings of a PC gaming cyber-café—high-end custom computers dedicated to running video games on the highest possible settings, all the PCs locally networked together to a super-high speed fiber-optic internet connection, weekly tournaments and rankings for all the trending competitive games, vending machines full of junk-food—with the addition of a liquor license.
I think that last bit was the reason why everything that happened that night was all fuzzy. I’m not even sure what time it was, but I’ve been told it was just after one in the morning.
I was just walking home, because I knew I wasn’t in any condition to drive; I must have downed at least a six-pack of beers, if not more, (on top of a few shots of w

Alright, so check this guy out: he's got plenty to read. Drop a llama and a critique, it could be helpful!

Alright, see you guys in seven days! Peace!
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savoyfluffle Featured By Owner 7 hours ago
Why was my story rejected?
JMB-Creations Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
MaverickGraphics Featured By Owner May 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good day :)
Reach4Succes1995 Featured By Owner May 10, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Critique for Critique?…
Blueredor Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015
why you're not accepting works?
Karistal Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for accepting my join request :)
rockettreverie Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Student General Artist
You're welcome! :D
careyanne75 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Much gratitude for the feature! I linked it on my page status with your group icon, hope thats okay.
rockettreverie Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Student General Artist
You're welcome! Yes, that's fine! :D
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