Fanfiction contest results!
28.01.2008 @ 11:33 #1
28.01.2008 @ 14:04 #4
28.01.2008 @ 17:14 #7
I just finished "Hunger" and liked it a lot, going to read The May Queen's Curse next.
Thank you for the compliment. ;D Had really not expected to be among the winners, but it indeed feels good to know that people enjoy what I wrote.
28.01.2008 @ 18:42 #9
Thanks to the whole team who took the time to read through all that stuff.
Judging from what I've seen of the other stories, that must've been quite a difficult decision.
Congrats to Rhian and Vincalis, I just downloaded your stories. Going to enjoy them now with a good glass of red wine.
Yo. That means: party tonight, guys. ;D Cheers! :beer:
28.01.2008 @ 18:53 #10
This summed up my initial reaction entirely! Grats to Corvinius and Rhian especially :beer:
Glad you liked Hunger, Rhian. You did an excellent job with Chaining A Hawk!
I went on a must-read-everything spree after I realised the results were out and I have to admit: the standard of everything now on the site is pretty high. So I must offer thanks and praise to JanNDen, hamratus, Agent Griff and Soulforged for providing me with several hours of great reading material as well as my fellow competition winners.
Clearly the judges had a tough job.
So to conclude: Thanks once again, and I hope you enjoy reading! ;D
28.01.2008 @ 22:20 #11
Even if I hadn't won I am glad to have the honour to have my story published on this official witcher website.
I have not read the other stories yet, but I am looking forward to do so.
Now I am waiting only for the releasing the Djinni toolset, when I will be able to set my ideas into the witcher game. Thanks to CD Project and especially to A. Sapkowski for creating one of the best stories I have ever read!
28.01.2008 @ 22:47 #12
Probably the Community section, unless they create a new forum for it. :)
29.01.2008 @ 17:30 #13
29.01.2008 @ 20:50 #15
09.02.2008 @ 15:06 #16
I didn't expect the competing stories to be that long though, they seem more like short novels than tales, but they're, nontheless, deserving the praizes they are getting. I tried to make a story with no violent action to see how I fared, I'm glad it worked.
04.04.2012 @ 16:21 #17