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The Scribings Omnibus
     

The Scribings Omnibus

by Jamie Alan Belanger
 

For the past five years, the Greater Portland Scribists writing group has been independently publishing their fiction in annual anthologies. This Omnibus edition combines almost every story we've published. Ten of our current and previous members have contributed a total of 44 stories to this collection. From our inaugural volume to this year's volume, Inversions,

Overview

For the past five years, the Greater Portland Scribists writing group has been independently publishing their fiction in annual anthologies. This Omnibus edition combines almost every story we've published. Ten of our current and previous members have contributed a total of 44 stories to this collection. From our inaugural volume to this year's volume, Inversions, the stories contained in this Omnibus Edition span nearly every speculative fiction subgenre there is--fantasy, horror, science fiction, paranormal, and more.

The Scribings Omnibus contains stories from the following volumes:
- Scribings, Vol 1
- Scribings, Vol 2: Lost Civilizations *
- Scribings, Vol 3: Metamorphosis
- Scribings, Vol 4: Miscreations
- Scribings, Vol 5: Inversions

* Christopher L. Weston's story from Lost Civilizations, Ordovicia, will remain exclusive to the original ebook

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152495010
Publisher:
Lost Luggage Studios, LLC jamie@lostluggagestudios.com
Publication date:
12/15/2015
Series:
Scribings
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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Meet the Author

Jamie started programming computers when he was about six years old, and went on to earn a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. He worked as a developer for a small company in Tampa for eight years before moving to Maine to pursue his own projects. He currently works as a programmer and product designer for a company he started with his brother Paul, Lost Luggage Studios. His interests include writing, computers, artificial intelligence theory, cooking, nature, photography, and designing worlds he'd rather live in. He's also probably the only person left in the United States without a cell phone.

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