If you are a writer on Twitter, you have probably heard about #supportthelittleguy magazine. If you haven't heard about them yet, check out the magazine.
Brandon Layng is an author worth watching. He is going about writing the way we authors love, by supporting us. He has shared and reviewed stories of mine and others. He hasn't asked for anything in return.
I took a moment to review for #Supportthelittleguy . When I did, I ran across a number of stories that were only so-so. But in my reviews, I was asked to highlight the positive things each writer wrote. Their point was not to deceive the audience, but to rally behind the author and give them confidence to continue. Despite whatever each story lacked, they all had strengths to write home about.
Support the Little Guy shows free short stories, flash fiction and reviews. They have great new writers helping put it together, doing everything for the love of writing. It is worth the read. They are being voted on in the Preditors and Editors website for best online magazine.
All the writers I've met through the magazine work very hard in social networking. Explore a few links, check some stories and make some new friends.
Also, Brandon Layng has written Angel's Crossing. The first 4 parts of the story are on his website, here.
ANGEL'S CROSSING - He wrote the world into existence in six days and on the seventh day He will rest. Will the world have the strength to write its own story? Our first – or our last – stand will be made in the town of Forest Hills, a town stricken by the horrors of a serial killer who is only a harbinger of the evil to come. By the time the four angels meet at the crossing will there be anyone left to stand with them against the waves of infected and their creator?
I hope you enjoyed this look into an author I follow.