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    where writer's-alike come together to share ideas and spread their knowledge and love of literature!

Authors-Club welcomes writers and non-writers alike. We aim to support you as you strive to achieve excellence.

You are invited and encouraged to join our cause: supporting and promoting the community's literary growth and knowledge. We welcome a variety of literature, from prose to poetry, fan fiction to fantasy, mystery to romance.

Everyone is allowed to join, whether you write or read! There are no limitations and membership requests are automatically accepted! Plus, we'll give you a llama badge.
Hey all! I just wanted to remind you guys about some submitting stuff!!

When it comes to the General Prose folder, this is for stories or writings that are set in real life time, or pertain to our current world we live in.

While sometimes we wind up getting submissions mistakenly placed in there that belong in another folder, we try to keep that folder just as a worse case scenario, couldn't possibly go into any other place.  So if we ask you to not submit to General Prose, it's because there's another folder that would be more appropriate.

Also, we do not move your submissions for you, since we get so many each day submitted incorrectly, so please take now and then to read the Folder Definitions now and then to re-familiarize yourself with where to submit.

That's about it! I hope you all are having a great year!
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Each trustee has been carefully selected among a large pool of applicants and are the most devout and hardworking of deviants.

When time allots and we require a new member to join our ranks, we will post a journal with the details. Until then, we are not seeking any new admins.


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Sunday MorningHer voice slowly crept into his consciousness as he woke. She was reading poetry in the bath.
He couldn’t watch the drop of water slip down her chest to the water from the next room so he made do with imagining. He stayed there a few minutes longer while she read a poem twice.  Perhaps she liked the way it felt in her mouth.
His thoughts came back to his own body and he kicked off the duvet. He grabbed her discarded yukata and slipped it over his shoulders. Visions of her as a geisha drifted into his mind.
He tiptoed across the linoleum towards the bathroom. The water draining into the overflow was the only sound. It almost sounded like applause. He leaned against the doorframe as a fragrance sidestepped into his awareness. It was floral, probably rose or jasmine. It reminded him of something old and pretty, but he couldn’t say for certain.
Her back was towards him. She didn’t turn but lifted both arms, holding the book she was reading from aloft, in a half salut
The Ozymandias Principle (Sandbox Jenga)Ginny always had a penchant for destroying things.
At the age of four, she was introduced to blocks (perhaps a devastating mistake on her preschool teacher’s part.) The brightly-colored wooden shapes held a certain fascination for her. While her classmates took a simple childish glee in building things up and knocking them down again, Ginny looked on their ways with disdain. She would carefully create an elaborate structure, and pull out all the key pieces until only a bare framework was left, shivering on the edge of collapse. Then she would tap on just one, or blow on it with her mouth, and the whole skeleton would come crumbling down.
Her parents often commented that if she had been born a decade or two earlier, she could have made a fortune by inventing Jenga. As it was, she was never very good at the game. She didn’t particularly like setting it all up- all she knew was that she had to build it before she could break it.
When she was seven, her Sunday school had a pi

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PhineasJamesVinci Featured By Owner May 1, 2015  New member
Sorry to bug you all, but my submission "300 Mice" is still waiting to be let in. Did the group die? Or is my story not good enough? Feedback would help
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ajle9550 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2015
Not to be rude, but I'm still waiting for my submissions to be accepted.
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CatSheepFluff Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  New member Hobbyist Artist
Um...where can I submit "Romantic Comedy"?
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PhineasJamesVinci Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  New member
Thank you all so much for letting me join :) I'll make sure to do my best for the group! 
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GargoylesBlood Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
:shamrock: "Thank ye for the invite!" :shamrock: :boogie:
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AnimaRaven Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hey! Thanks for the invite, it was muchly appreciated!
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Lady-Yume Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015   Writer
Thank you, sincerely, for the invite! :heart:
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alapip Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
thank you for requesting to feature
'neither theists nor atheists Can know'.

absolutely!  i'm honored...

:) pip

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BlackBowfin Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you for the invite.  :)
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LuzVioleta Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2015  Student Writer
Why I didn't know this club existed? D: By the way, hi ^^
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