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May 13, 2009 – Home Of Short Stories

Filed under: Fun — Tags: , — abhishek @ 1:29 am is a web site that provides the web service of writing and reading good stories. Bibliofaction promises to be to the world of stories what Facebook is to friendship, Google to searching, and YouTube to home-made videos.

Storytelling is one of the oldest art forms. It is hard-wired into human nature. We interact with stories everyday and this site aims to harness this latent energy. By combining new short stories with the best in accessible and user-friendly website design, reading and writing can once again become an engaging pastime for the internet generation. Getting lost in a good read will soon be second nature to anyone who visits Bibliofaction.

The best thing about this site is that anyone can have a go. It welcomes seasoned authors and new writers alike to the amazing world of storytelling. Its aim is to cultivate a friendly community in attractive online surroundings, where you’ll enjoy spending time with other members of the community. So, if you think you’ve got a story in you- go for it.

This web service provides its users with great advantages and features like:

  1. Easy to use navigation: The GUI provided by this site is excellent and easy to use.
  2. Enter competitions:  you can also enroll with the site and enter good competitions and win great laurels.
  3. Publish your stories online
  4. Comment an get feedbacks
  5. Talk and increase your knowledge by chatting and sharing information with other writers using the biblioforum.
  6. After enrolling with the site you also will receive all the news related to the writing world from all over the globe.
  7. Also you can easily get inspired here.

Thus this site is a real heaven for all budding and professional writes since they get to share their thoughts and experiences. Also this site tends to add a lot of new features which will make it one of its kind  – the best.


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