Vernieda Vergara is a freelance writer who loves books, comics, true crime, and all things creepy. Her work has appeared on Book Riot, Den of Geek, Women Write About Comics, and other venues scattered across the internet. She lives in the Washington DC suburbs where she takes care of far too many plants and drinks even more tea.
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You'll want to read like there's no tomorrow.
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Explore the history, benefits, and community offered by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Assocation.
Sharpen your blade and prepare for battle.