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Awakenings by Erin M. Klitzke

a post apocalyptic serial

Marin Astoris had a vision a few years ago, of a mushroom cloud rising beyond the university’s iconic clocktower. A voice whispered in her ear, take a breath and wait to die. That vision never came to pass. Something else happened instead: an asteroid, a botched attempt to stop it from hitting earth, and a resulting cataclysm that left only . . .

A serialized novel, updating Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Music Masters by Hejin57

Music forever.

Music gives us life, and we give life back to music. In a world very much like ours, there are those who listen to music, and then there are those who truly listen to music. Since the dawn of the Classical period, these people have called themselves Music Masters; those who gain fantastical powers from the sound of music. Centuries . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Special People by Tim Sevenhuysen

Special people have special problems.

Special People is a fiction project about people with special and unusual powers and abilities. But don’t call them superheroes! The stories are action-oriented and humourous, but definitely not what you’d expect from your average “superhero fiction.” From a human cell phone to a man who can conjure bacon out of thin air, these are unique, interesting characters, special . . .

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aka by Cy

Everyone Wears a Mask

Since the 1960’s, the public has known of the existence of metahumans. Individuals with extraordinary abilities were appearing with ever-increasing frequency. Some saw their power as justification to force their will upon the canvas of the world, but just as they came against humanity, some stood against them. These individuals were branded as heroes; protectors of mankind. The fight is . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Orphans of the Celestial Sea by Mark Fenger

In rescuing three young women from psychotic Draggers, Tom Cain lost two crewmates, his berth on the airship Myrmidon and he very nearly lost his life, but that’s just the beginning of his problems. The four teens recover the abandoned airship Hecate, and flee in her, only to find a stranger named Ishara is stowed away. Ishara has secrets . . .

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Tales of the Brass Griffin by C.B. Ash

In a time that Might-Have-Been but Never Was, steam power and clockwork mechanisms commanded the might of science and harnessed nature. Fantastic creatures were common, myths were truth and airships crossed the skies. This is the story of one of those airships. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Stasis by samberk

For the greater good of serenity

Peyton Williamson has always felt like he hasn’t belonged. In the idyllic City, everyone seems to know exactly what they’re doing and exactly who they like—except for him, of course. Being shipped to the Academy, the school all adolescents must attend to become full members of society, barely helps at all. If anything, the realization that the world he’s spent . . .

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Trilobite Park by BGHilton

The South Hertling Chronicles 3

The Australian suburb of South Hertling has known its share of misfortunes—supervillain attacks, unexpected time rifts, attempted robot uprisings and crashed spaceships, to name but a few. But finally the suburb has some good news! It is opening day of a new attraction in which for the first time ever, the public can see extinct creatures in captivity—Trilobite . . .

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Grand Design by TMarkos

Revenge for the Death of Humanity

Confined in a holding cell, Jesri is under suspicion of being something impossible—an artificial life form, born of the long-dead human race. In that same abandoned ancient city she will find a long-lost comrade, setting out to find the architect of humanity’s doom and take vengeance for their downfall. . . .

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Cleaning Up The Future by 23DN4L

Chen Sia works as a Janitor for ExplorerTech Industries, a small successful technology company who treats Sia like the working dead . . . The world outside is being destroyed, and a misplaced device pushes them 16 years into the future! Being killed brings you back to the past?! How many years can Sia survive? Will Sia survive being transported back? If so, wouldn’t . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Time.Travel() by Onch

My name is John Thomson and I’m a regular college student, the kind of average person you cross on the street every day. Or at least that’s what most people assume, because I’m far from what’s considered “normal.” After all, I doubt a normal person is regularly dragged into life-threatening tribulations involving fantastic creatures, otherworldly beings and people with . . .

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Quod Olim Erat by Lise Eclaire

The stars were home. Decades ago, Elcy was a battleship, until her recklessness brought her out of the front lines and to forced retirement in a human body. Now she lives a quiet life on a rural backwater planet, keeping the promise made to her last captain, until one day a letter takes her to the stars once more. . . .

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CORVUS

Weblit, in every sense of the term

By Eli James, editor

Aug 30, 2010: "Listen, sugar, some things never change. Once a nigger lover, always a nigger lover. Only now they call them augers."

I have put off writing this review for the longest time. I finished Corvus at the tail end of 2009, and then had a few conversations with Lee, its author, not too long afterwards.

"What did you set out to do?" I asked.

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SPECIAL PEOPLE

Solid story

By Joseph Kranak, member

Feb 25, 2012: Special people is about a world populated by people with special powers that aren’t really all that special. The superheroes have more mundane super powers, like being able to create bacon out of thin air and create neon lights. And Sevenhuysen spins a interweaving set of story arcs involving these characters and their dramas.

The writing is solid: good characterization, strong story, attention to detail. And Sevenhuysen gets you interested in the characters from the get go. I think this is [more . . .]

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