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Maryna Gaidar
Writer (sci-fi and fantasy)

I joined Create50 in 2016. I have reviewed 19 projects.

Writing is the same as breathing - when you stop, you are dead.

Films that Inspired Me

Gladiator, The Tudors (TV), Game of Thrones, Seven Pounds, Hunger Games, Penny Dreadful.

My Favorite Quote

Death smiles at us all. All a man can do is smile back.

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My Recent Work

Story: Sunny Beach Mispers Draft 2 for Twisted50 vol 2

Story: Getting Sinless with AI Draft 3 for Singularity 50

Story: A Tale of One Asylum Draft 1 for Twisted50 vol 2

Story: Cassandra's Beasts Draft 3 for Twisted50 vol 2

Story: Artificial Imagination Draft 3 for Singularity 50

Work I Really Enjoyed and Recommend

Breeders by Nick Yates

Shenanigans by Chris Jeal

Do My Bidding! by Michael Staniforth

The Night Bus by Chris Jeal

Matching Tattoos by Ricardo Bravo

Finding the fold by Bruce Thomas

Work I have left feedback on (10 of 19)

To whomever it may concern (before the end) by Lee Burgess

The Palomnik by Matt George Lovett

Something and Nothing by Tom J Hingley

Shadows by Christopher Stanley

The Morning After (A Yen-Lo-Wang Story) by Steve Pool

I’m Nathan. I’m eight. by Alena Cadova

The Bunny Killer by Ben Marshall

The Decommissioned by Alistair Canlin

Hey! Hey! by Dan Ginsberg

Witches Brew by Carrie Wachob

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Create50 Live Projects

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Twisted50 vol 2 // Book // collection of short stories

Currently accepting stories

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Most Recent Blog

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The Singularity50 Book Has A Website

Quick update, we now have a website for The Singularity50. The stories are still, as you know, being read, re-read and judged. But do check out the site and if you would like to write a blog about your experiences and story for The Singularity, drop me a line with it and we will get it published on the site