Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Bargain eBooks #276:

eFiction Magazine by eFiction Publishing

Type: Magazine, Short Stories

Genre: Thrillers, Romance, Paranormal, Science fiction, Horror

Price: $3.99 per issue, $1.99 monthly subscription

Where to Get It: (Kindle)

eFiction started as a small group of writers and fiction-enthusiasts getting together online to share stories. It has exploded into a global fiction phenomenon. eBooks are taking over the world and eFiction is leading the charge. The best authors on the internet collaborate to produce eFiction for your reading pleasure.

With modern technology, everyone has a library in their pocket. You can read the classics whenever you want. But what if you want to read the latest, cutting edge fiction that no one has ever read before? eFiction is your way of staying up to date with the ever evolving style of fictional works.

We publish fiction with a still-beating heart, fresh from the minds of our authors. While the ink is still drying, stories are pitted against each other in gladiatorial combat for the chance to reach your adoring eyeballs. Only the best stories make it into the issue.

No other magazine offers-or can offer-the same stories as eFiction. While there are many literary journals and fiction magazines, we are the only indie fiction magazine in existence. We push the boundaries of fiction on a monthly basis.

We publish: Thrillers, Romance, Paranormal, Science fiction, Horror; and a myriad of combinations thereof.

Try eFiction for 14 days free. If you don’t like our stories, no big deal-just cancel your subscription and you won’t be charged a penny.

What they're saying about it:

"Aaron Wilson's tantalizingly dark and modern fairy tale, The Lily Pad tosses the reader into the throes of a nightmare borne from the shenanigans of a high strung, club-hopping glamourpuss.

ED Lindquist rockets us into the deep darkness of the void with Fireflies, where gut twisting, space-age noir unfolds with lightning speed. This story is the stuff that SF was made of, the kind of storytelling that made me fall in love with Sci-Fi, in the first place.

June's issue veers off from the uber-fantastic and yanks us back down to earth into the realms of mystifying murders, warped realities and the twisted rationale of a psycho serial killer.

A fine selection of poetry leads up to the second installment of Glen Binger's serial, Timeline. Essie Holton explores world of zombies and vampires in her reviews of A.M. Harte's Hungry For You and Kit Iwasaki's Vampire General: Intern With the Vampire.

eFiction Magazine, launched just a little bit over over a year ago. Each monthly issue features a robust mix of prose and poetry from an eclectic bunch of talented contributors. I dare say Editor-in-Chief, Doug Lance's brain child is growing into quite the respectable literary publication!"--Amazon Reviewer

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