September Submission Challenge!

I’m not sure I could manage 30 stories in a month, but I salute him for trying.

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ANNOUNCEMENT!

Next month (September) I am going to be submitting 1 story every day for the entire month.

If you’d like to join me in this attempt, the markets are listed below. Obviously you’ll need at least 30 pieces of SF (flash & short stories) written & ready to sub. If you are a Science Fiction writer who really wants to start subbing stories or already are, why not take the challenge?

NB:- All markets are listed on Submission Grinder.

01 – F&SF https://www.sfsite.com/fsf/glines.htm
02 – Clarkesworld http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/submissions/
03 – Speculative City (DO NOT BUMP) http://www.speculativecity.com/submissions/
04 – Daily Science Fiction https://dailysciencefiction.com/submit
05 – Trouble Among The Stars https://troubleamongthestars.com/submit/
06 – Asimovs https://www.asimovs.com/contact-us/writers-guidelines/
07 – Analog https://www.analogsf.com/contact-us/writers-guidelines/
08 – Flash Fiction Online http://flashfictiononline.com/main/submission-guidelines-flash-fiction/
09 – Every Day Fiction https://everydayfiction.com/submit-story/
10 – Interzone http://ttapress.com/interzone/guidelines/
11 – Beneath Ceaseless Skies http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/submissions/
12 – Three-Lobed Burning Eye https://www.3lobedmag.com/submissions.html
13 – Liquid Imagination http://liquidimagination.silverpen.org/submissions/

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The Age of Consent to Marry in the Regency Period

I found this very useful, so I’m swiping it as a guest blog.

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During the Regency, despite what some authors may include within the story line, the age of consent for females was twenty-one, not twenty-five as some would lead the reader to believe. Although I do not know from where the idea of the female having a guardian until age 25, what I assume is happening is the author (and many times the reader) is confusing the idea of a female’s guardianship with the age of majority. The confusion likely comes from fathers or another person setting up a trust for a female. The trust would provide the woman a “fortune” at age 25 or when she married (if she married with the approval of the man named as guardian of her money.)  

If the woman did not have her guardian’s approval (and was less that age 21) and chose to marry, she just…

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