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Editor & Reader Favorites for August 2020

EDITOR FAVORITES MYSTERY MONDAY “Revenge with a Side of Asparagus” – Great fantasy tale about a man having to choose between forgiveness and revenge. “Salarius” – We loved the main character, with his pompous view of life and his obsession with homemade biscuits, even when faced with a failed attempt on his life. TECHNO TUESDAY

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Editor & Reader Favorites for July 2020

If you’re an author, you’ve probably been wondering, When is Havok going to tell us how our stories are doing? What happened to the monthly updates? Am I in the running for the anthology? What about Editors’ and Readers’ Choice? Writers are a nosy bunch. We’re sorry for the delay, but there was a good

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Top Stories from February 2020… so far

February–the month of love! Ooo-la-la. Just the idea makes me want to speak in French. We loved us some stories from February! A lot of great additions to our Bingeworthy theme! Let’s check out the stories that YOU gave the most love. Here are the February Readers’ Favorites (to date). Remember: if you don’t agree,

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Top Stories from January 2020… so far

I have been negligent in my duty, but since my name doesn’t appear on this post, you can’t stick out your tongue at me. Sure, sure–you know *someone* at Havok hasn’t been keeping up with the Weekend Scoreboard. You just don’t know that that someone is me. Bwahahaha. But here I am. And I have

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May’s Scoreboard

Top Stories for May The stories that received the most lightning bolts for April were Techno Tuesday’s Sins of Fire and Metal by Emileigh Latham and Wacky Wednesday’s At Your Service┬áby Christine Smith. Topping off our other genres, we have Thriller Thursday’s The Tomb of the Ophidian Scepter┬áby Michael Dolan, Fantasy Friday’s Victor by E.A.

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Stories that Roared Loudest in April

It’s May (in case you hadn’t noticed), and that means time to look back at all the April stories and see which ones came in like a lion… Top Stories for April The stories that received the most lightning bolts for April were Thriller Thursday’s Corruption’s Kiss by Margaret Graber and Techno Tuesday’s Words by

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