What’s new? My Newsletter Magazine is available on MagCloud for purchase, in print and in digital form. Plus, a real treat: a small snippet of the audio recording from the ‘329 Years Awake’ voiced by Jonathan Zeiger! This audio book will be voiced by multiple voice authors and here’s how Jonathan sounds. Isn’t he just […]

Manuscript status: Nearly complete, in the final revision state after several beta readers. Author’s Name: Ellie Maloney Title: 329 YEARS AWAKE Category/genre: Sci fi, (literary/commercial), speculative fiction, with LGBT/diversity themes. Word Count: 60.000 Pitch: Year 2585. The Earth Nations are on the brink of war with the Unkari, an alien race from Sagittarius Dwarf galaxy. Captured […]

#Free #BookAds in the Magazine! Apply Now @ScaffoldingMag web-site! As you know, in December the first issue of the Scaffolding Magazine will see the world. The file of the magazine is almost assembled. I have a few small vacant areas, just big enough for a picture of a book cover and it’s 50-word description. So […]

The Mars Run had a lasting impression on me. It is an imaginative and incredibly well written debut novel. When I finished the novel, I decided to find out more about the writer. Chris, thank you for finding time for an interview. So, let’s get right to it! E.M.: First of all, Chris, tell us […]

Special attention to the book reviewers!  If you have read and reviewed recent (defined loosely) novels that blew  your socks off and you are really passionate about them, you can publish a review in the Scaffolding magazine! Send your proposals to the email EllieMaloneyFiction@gmail.com with the links or attachments of your reviews. Note: the review […]

We continue accepting submissions for the short stories, photography and illustrations! The deadline for the first issue is August 25, 2016 (if you need a day or two extra – let us know!), after which period we are accepting submissions for the subsequent issues. Scaffolding is a quarterly periodical geared toward indie authors and visual […]

Viola van de Sandt’s favorite novels are those from the nineteenth and early-twentieth century. Some of her most cherished literature pieces are: The House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton; If nobody speaks of remarkable things, by Jon McGregor; Close to the Knives, by David Wojnarowicz; Bleak House and David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens; the Inspector […]

Who is this mysterious  new author Branden Frankel? I came across his novel Snowfall on Mars while picking candidates for the 2016 Jalapeño Fiction Award, my attempt to find the best science fiction novels published in 2015. After reading half the novel, I decided to find out who is the person behind the pages. Aside […]