Ergofiction.com aims to be a magazine (or more accurately, a cross between a blog and a magazine) for readers of web-fiction. What we love about it, what we hate about it, what we read when we have a bad day, what we secretely read late at night, everything has it’s place on the magazine. How we like to support our favorite authors, what marketing ticks us off, and who we would sell a kidney for if they didn’t have enough money to keep on writing. A magazine where readers can discuss their favorite villains, their most hated couples and their most wanted violent endings.Can't wait to see how things progress, Jan.
Ergofiction.com wants to be the central place for readers to find out what’s happening where, and discover the joys and woes of the web-fiction world, together.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Webfiction enthusiast JanOda has launched Ergofiction, a blog/magazine that's--well, I'll let her explain it:
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