What is 5MinuteFiction, you say? It’s an adrenaline-fueled, instant-gratification sort of writing contest. Sound fun? Great! Get in there and get dirty!

The Rules

* You get five minutes to write a piece of prose or poetry in any style or genre. Just make it up and have fun!

You must BEGIN your entry with the following sentence (it’s related to my novel, but you get to make up your own story):

When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until …

(Note: The above sentence is the prompt. The picture below is just for decoration/inspiration.)

Map by Jared Blando, TheRedEpic.com

To enter, leave a comment with your entry on this very blog post. I’ll close the contest at 1:45 pm Eastern (you should only write for five minutes and then immediately post your entry).

At the close of the contest, I’ll nominate five finalists and put up a poll in a new thread. When I wake up on Wednesday, I’ll close the poll and declare the winner.

For updates, follow us on twitter with the #5MinuteFiction hashtag.

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(Posted earlier …)

This is gonna be fun! My blog is hosting an excellent flash fiction contest that’s normally organized every week by my writer-friend, Leah Petersen. Leah has a SciFi novel coming out through Dragon Moon Press in the Spring of 2012. It’s called Fighting Gravity, and I’m sure I’ll be talking more about it down the road.

Since I get to be king for a day (host and judge of #5MinuteFiction), this week’s contest will be fantasy-flavored and The Black God’s War-flavored (that’s my epic fantasy novel that just came out this month). The winner will win a free copy of my novel, whether in ebook or trade paperback (winner’s choice). You can also read a free 5-chapter preview of my book in your browser.

The Black God's War (Novel)
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“When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until a young man was found, born of common stock, who…”

“Wait wait wait,” his grandson griped. “Is this another one of those chosen one saves the day stories?”

“But those are the best kind of stories.”

“Why?”

“They teach us that anyone could be special.”

“Nuh-uh. Special people are special. If you’re not, you just get to be killed by orcs.”

He shifted in his chair, uncomfortable about the line of questioning but proud of his grandson for seeing through the stories.

“Alright, then, what kind of story would you like to hear?”

“What was the world like when you were a kid?”

He beamed and with an impishness in his voice said, “oh, I doubt you want to hear about then. It was boring.”

“No! No no no! Tell me!”

“Alright,” the grandfather said, “let me think. Ah yes. When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until I was found…”

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:34 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the mystics discovered the one thing that would give them an edge.

Sarla, one of the researchers of Pawelon, had been digging through ancient scrolls of the times before to try to find any kind of clue on how to end the stalemate that was draining both lands of men, food, and spirit. She had looked through at least a dozen faded and worn scrolls when she found what she was looking for. It was an obscure reference to sacrifice, one that would give the Pawelon mystics the additional power they needed to overcome their oppressors.

This was no ordinary sacrifice. No goat, cow, or fowl would work. In the scroll, it outlined the bleeding of a virgin girl, and not just any virgin. This virgin had to be not only of pure body but pure spirit, and holding the power of Themsulas … something not seen in over two hundred years.

@MLGammella

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:37 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the oracle made the pledge.
“If any one can come forth from either side and lift the goblet form its pedistle, the war will be over and the victory goes to the victor.”
Ogers and warriors alike came to attempt the feat, but no one could lift the goblet. Then out of nowhere a chambermaid came up to the pedistle and effortlessly took the goblet. Everyone bowed and lifted their hands in salute. Who was this chambermaid. How could she accomplish something the strongest giant could not do? She said without guile that she was just cleaning up after the banquet. She didn’t know the goblet was heavy or special. The war was over and everyone feasted for a hundred years.
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:38 am
redshirt6
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until one day it was realized that they had been fighting themselves. It was finally discovered that the two had met at the boundary between worlds. On one side, the normal world, and on the other was a mirror world. Like a small tiger cub approaching a mirror and mistaking itself for another, it had taken a while to figure out.

Ultimately, the introduction of a cosmic ball of yarn resolved this epic struggle.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:38 am
redshirt6
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forgot: @redshirt6

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:38 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the ten gods came upon a scheme to destroy the unity of their foes.
The plan was elegant in its simplicity. Each of the Gods would chose a mortal of Rezzia, someone who had not yet reached the age of majority. The mortal would be imbued with a miniscule fraction of the beauty, grace and presence of the particular god. That accomplished, each of the young men and women would be sent across the border to Pawelon. Once there, as objects of attention, and attraction that were undeniable by the population of Pawelon, their fealty to the mystics would be disrupted, for who can deny the beauty of someone who had a fraction of their divine power?
The plan succeeded beyond their wildest dreams as Ganelon, and Lorraine, the two fairest of the children chosen, were captured and, killed by the mystics, knowing full well the disruption they could cause. They did not realize that in martyring them, their deaths led to revolution against the mystics.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:39 am
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Rare party foul on my part. @DL_Thurston on the Twitter.
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:39 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until Lucius stole Plato’s toupee. As toupee’s went, it was gorgeous — and it brought the gods to their knees immediately.

“You idiot!” Thor yelled, whipping Plato with a lightning bolt. “How could you allow the mystics to take your beautiful, beautiful hair?”

Plato cowered in the corner, casting a beet red eye at Thor’s wife, now shaking her breast at him in a threatening manner.

“Well, we’re just going to have to get it back.” Zeus filed his fingernails with the tooth Plato managed to wrench from Lucius’ mouth during the fight. “That Lucius kid is skin and bones. Just send Athena over there — she can beat him with her breast until he caves in and hands it over.”

The other gods murmered amongst themselves, but Thor glared. “The mystics are likely wearing it as a goatee by now.”

“All of them?” Zeus asked, his tone full of snark. “That’s a neat trick.”

“Oh, shut up!” Thor yelled before turning to his wife. “Hit him with your tit!”

Zeus offered his cheek. “Finally! Gimme what you got, honey!”

Athena rolled her eyes. “Me!. No wonder you keep losing your hair.”

@nicolewolverton
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:40 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until one of them controlled the Amulet of Gazzah.

Without the Amulet, neither side could harness the power of the moon and the tides required to flood the Valley of Satrina and force the battle into the mountains, and into the Lympian stronghold.

Neither side had given the Moutain People of Lympia any attention when they drew up their battle plans, and so neither the ten Rezzian Gods nor the Pawelon mystics took note or care when a small group of the diminutive Lympians climbed to the peak of Mount Mahay and began to chant the incantations.

The ground began to rumble. The leaves on the trees in the valley began to shiver and quake and the winds picked up and started blowing in a gale toward the Rezz Ocean. The foothills dotting the shore blocked the view for both armies, stationed as they were on either side of the Valley of Satrina.

But from their lofty perch, the Lympians could see the tsunami building. A mile out into the Rezz Ocean the wave began to build, pulling the sea backward into itself and revealing the beach that started to stretch out like an extremely low tide.

By the time they realized what was happening, the battle was already won. The Lympian King stood tall among his people as the water receded and the valley wass cleared af both armies.

“No war shall be fought in my valley. The Amulet of Gazzah has seen to it yey again. Let man try to conquer this land to their peril!”

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until each had come to terms with their own weaknesses.

Mystics do not fear death. For them, the death of the body is but the liberation of the mind. For what reason, then, should they fear to die? Some might have been even said to be eager for death. Then, why, should they not commit themselves fully to the battle? This was their fault; the inability to value the spoils of victory, the greatest spoil of which is life itself.

Likewise, the gods could not die. If pierced by a blade, they should heal. If struck by an arrow, they should mend. Why, then, should they not fight until the end? The only blow they could truly suffer is shame at having been overthrown. This is what they feared, to endure, but to endure for ever cloaked in shame. But death? They knew not of it, and by giving no honor to that fate, they did not equally value that with which they were endowed: life. And likewise, did not value it for others who could so easily lose it.

A race who did not value life. A challenger who was not afraid do die. How could the outcome have been anything but a slaughter?

And yet, it was not. For there was one who stood to lose a lover on either side. His fate would be their fate. To whom, then, should he owe allegiance?

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until they found one true believer who followed both sides.

They searched and searched, high and low. From the topless reaches of the Mahayana Mountains to the uttermost depths of the Western Sea.

Fish and fowl, all manner of animals were questioned. Even Man. But they had no luck.

They then came upon a child, playing in the dirt outside his hut. The child was laughing. The gods and the essence of the mystics danced in front of the child. “Do you believe? Do you believe?”

The child laughed. He saw. He believed. So the war was on. Advantage none, for what is the sound of one hand clapping?

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the city of Kalinga sold out. Their holy tomes, though critically acclaimed, and loved throughout the land, had not met with the approval his High Holiness Kann the Fourth. They gave the ten gods maps of the Mahayana passes; succored them after travel, and allowed them to stage. Sravasti fell shortly after, the stories penned at Kalinga swaying them body and soul. With the combined might of Rezzia, the ten gods, and Sravasti and Ashown against the capital, Kannauj soon fell. The monks of Kalinga quickly set to writing the histories—and it was known throughout the lands, and for all time, the great deeds of the press and the scribes who manned them.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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Crap. The “Me!.” in the last sentence of my entry should say “Men! No wonder you keep losing your hair!”
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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forgot- @corinneoflynn sorry about that, it’s been a while since I have taken part
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the mystics had had their fair share of pizza.

It was well known that Pawelonian pizza was not only extremely tasty, with it’s batter-dipped oorangtilian and pickled onshulung giving it that certain flavor that reminded everyone who tasted it of their first orgasm, but it also rendered the eater incredibly strong, hairy, and full of second-Sight.

The Gods knew they were at this disadvantage, and no amount of Rezzian spaghetti could ever make up for it. No matter how delicious the basil-infused spider-fish was.

The Mystics, now sprouting a fine coat of silver fur, muscles bulging like frantian tigers, eyes popping up all over their bodies, and the backs of their heads, peeking through their new, thick pelts, turned to face the Gods.

They were ready. They’d had their glass of Cabernet imported from Earth, too. They strode to the battlefield, all eyes roving in 360 directions.

That’s when they saw it. The big marquee over the Rezzian town center: “Pawleon Pizza: Fresh, Hot, Ready, & Fur-Bearing in Five Minutes or Your Money Back.”

7,000 pairs of Mystic eyes blinked in consternation.
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:41 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until Nature chose her side. Evenly matched, the mystics and the gods fought courageously, both sides knowing that the battle could be won on sheer happenstance.

Nature was a fickle woman, her decisions made the heat of the moment and influenced by gaudy things, such as baubles and banners. For this reason, the gods and the mystics dressed up their armies in impractical armor, hoping the curry favor with the shallow, yet powerful, woman.

The time came. Nature’s green robes flowed over the battlefield and all of the men at arms laid down their weapons to stare in awe at her beauty. Her voice trickled like babbling brook as she listed with care the items from each side which had caught her eye. Her blue eyes twinkled with glee as she smiled perfidiously at first the gods and then the mystics, both sides holding their breath until Nature spoke the final word.

In silence, her decision came. The waves crashed down upon the ten gods of Rezzia, washing away their army like toy soldiers in a muddy deluge. The waters neared but never reached the banks where the mystics stood, watching in stunned silence as their enemies fought fruitlessly against the churning waves. Just as the first cry of jubilation rose from the mystic’s army, Nature bestowed her final gift upon the victors: a rainbow across the sky.

@JenD_Author

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:42 am
DeJean Smith
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the chosen one had been born. Since the deepest memories had been forged, this chosen one had been foretold, prophesied, discussed, and debated. Would it be a warrior, young and strong? A mystical power holder, contemplative and wise? A young maiden to sacrifice in the mountains of fire?
In reality, the answer was ‘yes.’ The chosen one was actually two—a set of twins, one male and one female. She was young and beautiful, tall and graceful but deadly with the weapons of war. She had bested five at one time, all better armed and better trained but they were no match for her abilities. He was likewise young and beautiful, a little taller but a little ganglier. His true weapon was his mind. Any fact, any tidbit of knowledge that crossed his path instantly became cataloged into his brain, never forgotten, never misplaced. Always available at the most opportune time.

It was not until these two came forward on the plains of the lands of Pawleon that the ten gods and the mystics could agree to step to the table of compromise and end the battle that had raged for decades.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:42 am
Brian Cortijo
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“When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until …”

James squinted at the two additional columns of text, shook his head, and closed the thin booklet.

“Alright, that’s too much.” He hated long, expository read-aloud text that had nothing to do with the module. Everyone did.

Well, everyone except Keith. He knew all this stuff cold, and he’d been waiting months to play The Black Cultists of Rezzia. He sighed a little bit, and closed his notebook, as James continued.

“The mystics of Pawelon have hired you to guard a sacred artifact from the cultists of Rezzia.”

“Which god?”

“What do you mean, which god, Keith? They’re cultists of Rezzia…”

“Rezzia,” started Keith, “is a place, not a deity.”

“Look,” said James, “do you want to play, or not?”

“Yes, but…”

“If you keep debating, no one else is going to have any fun.”

The rest of the table nodded eagerly in agreement.

“James, I understand that you’re the GameMaster, but it’s important to me that you at least try and get some of the details right. For example, if you’d even tried to read the intro text…”

“That’s it. While Keith’s priest is checking his book to see which god the cultists worship, a pack of starving wolves attacks the party. Roll for initiative.”

Keith sighed, deflated, and picked up his dice.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:43 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until Revenus, the god of taxes, utilized his summoning powers to expose the resources of the mystics and syphon off the riches of the mystic’s powers. Suddenly the mystics faced a two front battle finding both thier resources spent before they could be formed into weapons of destruction and the gods of Rezzia had extra strength coupled with insights into thier enemies powers. And Rezzia gained the upper hand. And all began to fear Revenus.

@MMMReader

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:43 am
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@killianmcrae (because why post all at once when you can post twice?)

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:44 am
Pavla
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“When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until … Mooooom! Moo loooom! Where are you?”
“Oh God” thought Lucia, “why can’t he manage alone once?” 
“Yes, what do you need, dear?” she answered softly to her husband.
“Tahini. You said we have one, but there is none.”
“Aha. Well we do, it is in the cellar room. And I have a name. I am mother of our baby, not you.” Lucia felt tired of this discussion. She also told his before that he should use another ingredient for his cooking wonder instead of Tahini, but he insisted anyway. 
   “Hmm, so you insist on Tahini, yes?” he should have been warned by the light in her eyes, but he did not looked in her eyes for ages. She was Not a woman for him anymore, it seemed.
“Of course I do!” he answered angrily.
“OK, I will bring it” she went off with light smile and was back in a minute.
Tahini stood on the table and her husband was taking it happily for his food.
“It was your job to clean old cans” thought Lucia as she went back to her book, to get far from her husband, hassle of the world, and the ten years old Tahini.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:44 am
Christie Fremon
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the princess of Pawelon was captured and forced into marrying the prince of Rezzia. The ceremony happened at midnight, star-fire from the clashing constellations splashing light over the tear-streaked face of the princess. The priest spoke words, switching between the guttural tongue of old Rezzian and the melodic vowel-heavy Pawelon. As he pronounced the union, the barrier of the mystics fell and the armies of the gods fell upon the land of Pawelon, beginning to push through the mountains that protected the valley of serenity.

While all eyes were turned to the mountains, the prince gingerly reached out to the princess’ face and brushed away her tears, then pulled her into a gentle embrace. Just like the nights when they had secretly met and he had begun plotting how to start the war so she could finally be with him, she didn’t resist.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:44 am
Yehoshuah Young
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until …
The Mad God and the Blind God decided to fool humanity. Grexus the Mad and Fenri the Blind placed a golden harp at the summit of a mountain and declared that whoever should claim the harp for his own would rule both Rezzia and Pawelon. A warrior woman from Rezzia and a healer from Pawelon were among the many who traveled to take the harp for their own. Many died and succumbed to tricks and traps laid by the two gods. The strong arm of the Rezzian and the sharp mind of the Pawelon allowed them to reach the base of the mountain where all others had failed. Unable to reach the summit alone, they called a temporary truce and in doing so they succeeded through many hardships and much suffering. When they reached the harp they found that to take possession of it they had smear it with the blood of a human. They no longer considered each other enemies though. They remained on the mountain top and had a child. That child they taught all they knew. But the suffering of war reached their ears even here and they slew each other so that their blood bathed the harp and sent their son down the mountain with the harp red with their blood.

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:45 am
Moses Siregar III
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Thank you all for playing! Time’s up. Now I’m going to read through the submissions and choose the five finalists. I’ll announce them by 3:00 pm Eastern in a new blog post. That new post will have a poll, so please come back and vote for your favorite. The winner will be announced after I wake up tomorrow (Pacific time).

You can also check the #5MinuteFiction hash tag to see when the poll is up.

If you didn’t include your twitter handle with your submission, please add it now. Thanks again!

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:46 am
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When the ten gods of the Kingdom of Rezzia went to war with the mystics of the lands of Pawelon, neither side could gain any advantage until the sun and moon melted bringing the world into brief darkness.

No one knew of this except two sisters, Ravitha and Ryline, twins. Each had been swept away in different directions during the war and grew as one would expect of a demi-god within their own worlds.

Ravitha was filled with the wisdoms of light and peice where as Ryline learned of the darkness of power and the control of many. Neither shared their secrets but instead waited until the dusk of the eclipse to plan their moves.

The sparks of swords and fires from the castles were taking over the role of the sun when the two raven haired witch gods stepped from the shadows.

“Sister,” Rayitha said.
“Sister,” the other nodded back. “It is time.”

They had never spoken aloud before but each knew the other through shared thoughts and visions. The took each others hand and stared skyward. The last focused glint of sunlight blinked from behind the moon and the field of battle went dark, there was no sound. A fog engulfed the battlers, the fires went out and peace came. When the sun returned the scene was not what it was before. The fields, once filled with blood now bore wheat and grains, farmers pushed heavily on plows and prodded oxen and mules to help them with their loads. Children danced on the roads and ran through the crops.

“Thank you sister,” Ryline said, then smiled but a glint in her eye set Rayitha in a state of unease. Suddenly, their link was lost. Rayitha watched her sister stroll away, black cape billowing in the breeze. She must know the truth.

@DRyanLeask
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:47 am
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Crap, I was late… oh well, it was a tough starter and I’m just happy I could write something…
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:48 am
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Forgot my twitter handle: @aftergadget
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August 23rd, 2011 at 10:48 am
Brian Cortijo
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Like everyone else, I forgot my twitter handle, @briancortijo

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:49 am
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I missed the twitter handle thing…

@princejvstin

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:51 am
DeJean Smith
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My Twitter is @dejeansmith

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:53 am
Pavla
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I have no twitter. Only facebook. Hope it is still ok. :-)).

August 23rd, 2011 at 10:55 am
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ditto twitter handle. must be something in the air, today….

@kaolinfire

August 23rd, 2011 at 11:01 am
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twitter handle is @reggieridgway
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August 23rd, 2011 at 11:14 am
Yehoshuah Young
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I’m twitterless

August 23rd, 2011 at 11:56 am
Moses Siregar III
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And the winner is …

(see the latest blog post)

http://sciencefictionfantasybooks.net/5minutefiction-finalists-come-and-vote-for-your-favorite/

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