What's your story's blockbuster potential?Enter the first social contest to reward writers and readers in the search for the next blockbuster story. Entry period ends August 28, 2014
Two week extension! Voting begins August 29! Three Rounds of reviewing, rating and voting to discover the next blockbuster story.
August 28, 2014
Entry period endsSubmit your story before it's too late!
August 29, 2014
Review your favorite stories to win!
September 10, 2014
Who will make it to the top 100?
October 9, 2014
Final round of voting!
November 5, 2014
Announcing grand prize winner and finalists
The Gift from Lucas Blend real life situations and a fantasy world, and get the best of both worlds. First, take some typical high school teenagers with their usual drama. Then they stumble upon a magical beast. By helping the beast survive, they are awarded with gifts, which they master to help it return home. But not without adventure on the way. Read all
Life in a Nutshell Look out world, here comes Riley Jones. She’s somewhere she didn’t expect to be. Back out on her own. And now, she’s divorced, dating and potentially dangerous! Read all
40 Days of Floating Spending two years living in a Mayan village in Guatemala, I have been exploring was of reintegrating in America and to process my experiences. I was engaged to a local and accepted the invitation to move in with his family, yet I was challenged by our differences in religion, culture and perspective, yet felt an intense love that still runs deep. Read all
The Secret Bunker On a day-trip to a disused Cold War bunker, Dan Tracy makes an incredible discovery which could threaten the very existence of life on Earth and finds that the key to human survival lies in his own genes and those of his twin, who was thought to have died 3 years ago. The Secret Bunker: Darkness Falls is the first in a trilogy of stories. Read all
Amateurs and Radios AMATEURS AND RADIOS is about the unlikely friendship between a confused twenty-something woman and a sixty-year-old ham radio operator in her neighborhood. Rife with loss, secrets, and flawed communication, it explores the consequences of violence in society, and the potential for joy in people who have seen and done terrible things. Read all