Welcome to Science Fiction Fantasy Saturday. On the surface, it’s a web ring of authors who post snippets of their work for comment. In reality, it’s a close-knit group of friends and colleagues working together to support and encourage one another and promote the science fiction and fantasy genres.
- JC Cassels, 2012

Anyone is welcome to join us, provided there is no adult content in the snippets that are submitted to the ring. Submissions with adult content will be removed from the final published lists with no explanations.

The work that is shared is exclusively the work of the respective authors, and should not be reproduced in any shape or form without the express permission of the particular authors.

Please note: This group is not intended as a critique group or a forum for correcting writers' snippets, unless the author specifically requests critique. The aim is to be a social group to share and enjoy our work.

25 February 2015

SFFS - 28 February 2015

If you're a writer or an author who has not participated in SFFS before but would like to, feel free to join in! Please ensure that you do the following:

1. Have the blog post live by 6 AM GMT . Work it out if you're in a different time zone.

2. Make the SFFS blog post clearly identifiable to readers (e.g. use "SFFS" in the heading, or some variant). It is preferable that the link you post to this list leads directly to the blog post, so that readers do not have to play 'hunt-the-snippet'.

3. Do not post anything else on your blog for at least 24 hours after posting the SFFS blog post.

4. Keep the snippet's length below fifteen sentences. Any snippets found to be blatantly over this limit will be summarily removed from the week's list (no email warning or requests to shorten).

5. If your excerpt comes from a book available online, be sure to provide a link within your snippet. If it's from a WIP, let us know what other books it may be related to, or any other titles you might have available.

6. Come back on Saturday and visit all of our posted authors, to read some of the best new science fiction and fantasy writing that we have to offer.

Our twitter hashtag is #sffsat.

18 February 2015

SFFS - 21 February 2015

If you're a writer or an author who has not participated in SFFS before but would like to, feel free to join in! Please ensure that you do the following:

1. Have the blog post live by 6 AM GMT . Work it out if you're in a different time zone.

2. Make the SFFS blog post clearly identifiable to readers (e.g. use "SFFS" in the heading, or some variant). It is preferable that the link you post to this list leads directly to the blog post, so that readers do not have to play 'hunt-the-snippet'.

3. Do not post anything else on your blog for at least 24 hours after posting the SFFS blog post.

4. Keep the snippet's length below fifteen sentences. Any snippets found to be blatantly over this limit will be summarily removed from the week's list (no email warning or requests to shorten).

5. If your excerpt comes from a book available online, be sure to provide a link within your snippet. If it's from a WIP, let us know what other books it may be related to, or any other titles you might have available.

6. Come back on Saturday and visit all of our posted authors, to read some of the best new science fiction and fantasy writing that we have to offer.

Our twitter hashtag is #sffsat.

11 February 2015

SFFS - 14 February 2015

If you're a writer or an author who has not participated in SFFS before but would like to, feel free to join in! Please ensure that you do the following:

1. Have the blog post live by 6 AM GMT . Work it out if you're in a different time zone.

2. Make the SFFS blog post clearly identifiable to readers (e.g. use "SFFS" in the heading, or some variant). It is preferable that the link you post to this list leads directly to the blog post, so that readers do not have to play 'hunt-the-snippet'.

3. Do not post anything else on your blog for at least 24 hours after posting the SFFS blog post.

4. Keep the snippet's length below fifteen sentences. Any snippets found to be blatantly over this limit will be summarily removed from the week's list (no email warning or requests to shorten).

5. If your excerpt comes from a book available online, be sure to provide a link within your snippet. If it's from a WIP, let us know what other books it may be related to, or any other titles you might have available.

6. Come back on Saturday and visit all of our posted authors, to read some of the best new science fiction and fantasy writing that we have to offer.

Our twitter hashtag is #sffsat.

04 February 2015

SFFS - 07 February 2015

If you're a writer or an author who has not participated in SFFS before but would like to, feel free to join in! Please ensure that you do the following:

1. Have the blog post live by 6 AM GMT . Work it out if you're in a different time zone.

2. Make the SFFS blog post clearly identifiable to readers (e.g. use "SFFS" in the heading, or some variant). It is preferable that the link you post to this list leads directly to the blog post, so that readers do not have to play 'hunt-the-snippet'.

3. Do not post anything else on your blog for at least 24 hours after posting the SFFS blog post.

4. Keep the snippet's length below fifteen sentences. Any snippets found to be blatantly over this limit will be summarily removed from the week's list (no email warning or requests to shorten).

5. If your excerpt comes from a book available online, be sure to provide a link within your snippet. If it's from a WIP, let us know what other books it may be related to, or any other titles you might have available.

6. Come back on Saturday and visit all of our posted authors, to read some of the best new science fiction and fantasy writing that we have to offer.

Our twitter hashtag is #sffsat.

28 January 2015

SFFS - 31 January 2015

If you're a writer or an author who has not participated in SFFS before but would like to, feel free to join in! Please ensure that you do the following:

1. Have the blog post live by 6 AM GMT . Work it out if you're in a different time zone.

2. Make the SFFS blog post clearly identifiable to readers (e.g. use "SFFS" in the heading, or some variant). It is preferable that the link you post to this list leads directly to the blog post, so that readers do not have to play 'hunt-the-snippet'.

3. Do not post anything else on your blog for at least 24 hours after posting the SFFS blog post.

4. Keep the snippet's length below fifteen sentences. Any snippets found to be blatantly over this limit will be summarily removed from the week's list (no email warning or requests to shorten).

5. If your excerpt comes from a book available online, be sure to provide a link within your snippet. If it's from a WIP, let us know what other books it may be related to, or any other titles you might have available.

6. Come back on Saturday and visit all of our posted authors, to read some of the best new science fiction and fantasy writing that we have to offer. 

Our twitter hashtag is #sffsat.