A brief history of Speculative Vision

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Post by blue_eve »

Wow, sounds like work, LOL!

Great job, great new format, too.

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Post by eleika »

What year did Writer's Digest list you as a valuable Sci-Fi/Fantasy resource again? Can't forget that :D
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Post by The Master »

Speculative Vision was named one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers by Writer's Digest in 2004. Genre category naturally :)

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Post by Aslan »

Yay for SV!

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Post by Neurolanis »

Aldan: Oh, Neuro, you forgot one of the major groups of members... sarcastic posters.

Oh yeah! Where'd we be without 'em? :lol:

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Post by sooty »

Excellent job you did on the site, Master. Also, nice posters too! :smt035

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Congradulations for a job well done!

Post by phoenix777 »

I agree, this is a nice place to be, and I think knowing the history behind it makes it even more beautiful!


Our lives are forged by the fires in which we were made. But even in the softest fires we can forge ourselves in the image we want, we just have to work harder at it.


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Post by Princess of Fire »

Although it may be a little late on congrats...Good job and thanks for the sight! I do admit that is has improved my writing, spelling, and typing by a great deal.... :smt050

So thank you very much. :wink:

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Post by Bmat »

The topic was split since it had gone off-topic. It seems a good idea to keep this topic, in particular, on the subject, the history of SV.

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Post by Bread Butterbeard »

Very Interesting history Master, Thanks for all you do and all the mods do ^_^
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Post by Believer »

It is nice to have a place to go to when you just want to chat, play a game or role play, or ask for help on your work, and actually have people help you, and not criticize you. Thank you Master.
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Post by FantasyMan »

Ariel wrote:Thanks so much for the interesting history lesson.I always wondered about the earlier days and how it all got started.Thanks
also to the moderators who are doing a wonderful job here!

Oh and Thanks for my flower smiley!! :flower: and the cat :cat: and...the others!!

I m just gonna seconde Ariel b/c i agree with her sooooooo much :) thanks master!!!
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R.I.P Aldan we know now, that you are in a better place

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