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SPSFC Semifinalist Review: Thrill Switch by Tim Hawken

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Semifinalist Review: Thrill Switch by Tim Hawken

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SPSFC Semifinalist Review: Apocalypse Parenting by Erin Ampersand

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Semifinalist Review: Apocalypse Parenting by Erin Ampersand

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Tasmanian Gothic by Mikhaeyla Kopievsky

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Tasmanian Gothic by Mikhaeyla Kopievsky

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Red Darkling by L.A. Guettler

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Red Darkling by L.A. Guettler

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Mimameid Solution by Katherine Kempf

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Mimameid Solution by Katherine Kempf

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Automaton by Ian Young

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Automaton by Ian Young

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Stargun Messenger by Darby Harn

My judging team in the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3) has made our way through our full 24-book allocation and selected seven quarterfinalists. Since then, we’ve spent a couple months reading these seven quarterfinalists in full in an effort to narrow our allocation down to the two books we’ll be sending forward to… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Stargun Messenger by Darby Harn

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Things They Buried by Amanda K. King and Michael R. Swanson

My judging team in the second annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC2) has sampled all 28 books in our first round allotment and narrowed them down to eight quarterfinalists for the entire team to read in full. Our next step is to score those eight quarterfinalists and select three semifinalists to send to two other… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: Things They Buried by Amanda K. King and Michael R. Swanson

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SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Left Hand of Dog by Si Clarke

My judging team in the second annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC2) has sampled all 28 books in our first round allotment and narrowed them down to eight quarterfinalists for the entire team to read in full. Our next step is to score those eight quarterfinalists and select three semifinalists to send to two other… Continue reading SPSFC Quarterfinalist Review: The Left Hand of Dog by Si Clarke