WMG Blogazine No.3 - EPIC

Unleash the power of the pen and PC! EPIC has arrived, ready and waiting for views on all 50 odd pages of goodness. Click the links below to go to the blogazine.

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I have something of a website up for our group. It’s not fancy but it has the starting basics. I’m using one of my dormant web address at this stage until I can afford one for the group. WMG Website

PS: Sincere apologies if some of the links appear to be cut off towards the end. I had no idea the fonts changed until after it was uploaded. However they still seem to work when downloaded to pdf.



WMG Epic Cover Art Challenge Winner

We have a winner!

I’m so excited to say that this the cover for our next blogazine. I’ll be contacting Cathryn Swanson shortly in regards to her write up. Her cover is now our group icon until the next blogazine release.

Thank you all who had taken the time to enter and everyone who had voted. If you’d like to revisit all the entries please click here.



Sugar High Overall Winner

Sugar High has been a great challenge and great fun. The results were so close that it came down to the last vote to decide the grand champion.


Jastoffer’s story 100 Caramel Apples was voted the winner, bringing the Short Stories Group the crown and glory for the groups.

The Runner-up was Damian’s The Exuberance of Youth, ensuring"WMG": received second place for the groups.

Well done guys. Thanks to everyone who entered and voted in this competition. You have all made this multi-group challenge a wonderful success.

Sugar High Halloween Competition Finalists

Here they all are, the group winners that will now arm wrestle for the overall winning position!…

For the Short Stories group, jastoffer with 100 Caramel Apples
For the Flash Fiction group, Marty Yokawanis with Jacki O
For the Writers Market group, Damian with The Exuberance of Youth
For A Novel Idea, Gayla Drummond with Halloween Happening
For the Twisted Tales group, Banal Heed with Sugar High

Well done all!

Now we open to public voting to decide the winner. Voting is open to everyone (entrants are not to vote for their own story). Send your votes to be compiled here at the WMG account

Vote for your first and second choice, where 1st will get 2 points and second 1 point. The story with the most points wins. Voting will run from now through to Sunday night and be tallied after that. The winne

Sugar High Group Winner and Multi-group Finalist

Thank you all for making our first challenge a huge sucess. Very happy with the entries and the results were so close I had to go back and recheck my totals to make sure I had added them up right.…

Thank you all who voted. I know the voting system needs tweaking but I hope the next time our group runs a challenge it will be within the group “Challenge” page.

Now to the results and without dilly-dallying further, the winning story for stage one of this challenge is

Damian’s The Exuberance of Youth

Runners Up

PJ Ryan’s Which treat would a witch treat you with?

Cathryn Swanson’s Evelyn’s Halloween

Paul Rees-Jone’s Invisible

Danny’s Always choose treat

Judi Taylor’s A stranger on All Hallows Eve

Damian’s profile and winning story will be featured in the group gallery. All stories that w

[Book Plug] Reggie The Evil Milkshake

What is more courageous than standing in a cage full of hungry lions? Self publishing.

Arletta has a graphic novel titled Reggie The Evil Milkshake available for sale at

It’s available as book an eBook and print copy, and the price is very modest, starting at a low $5.00.

About the book
Man versus milkshake in an epic battle for love.

Recommend a squizz.

Genre: Comedy, romance and all that fun stuff.

[Achievements] Nicole Ryan

I know I’ve mention Nicole’s published story in Sydney Child, which I have a copy of by the way and it’s fantastic.

Did you know that Australian has accepted one of her stories for an appearance to their online magazine site later this month?

Congrats Nicole and keep up the fabulous work. Oh and I hope you enjoy the copy of Australian Reader’s “Australia’s Best Poetry 2008” you won for being a subscriber to their newsletter.

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