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The Gam3 by Ephemerality

The Earth is changing. The alien invasion brought social upheaval, advanced technology, and an armada of peacekeeping robots. But Alan, a college student pursuing a now-useless degree, cares little about all of this. He has only one thing on his mind: the Game. A fully immersive virtual reality, the Game appears to be a major part of the invading . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Zone by Typist kid

A sci-fi story set in the 32nd century. John had been lying dormant for two years. He was preparing. For something big. Something that would engulf the entirety of the galaxy. But he knew it wouldn’t be enough. Whatever he did, it wouldn’t be enough. The Event was inevitable. So he decided to live as much as . . .

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Hidden Forge: Lucem Ac Tenebras by AstralTempest

When a near future Earth becomes connected to a medieval world of magic, a man must forge a future for himself amidst the chaos.

For Ian Hayes, your average 26-year-old security guard, waking up on time for work is his toughest daily challenge. He’s just an average security guard, but what happens when his life becomes anything but? When a mysterious portal appears in his bedroom one morning, he dives right in and discovers a new world. However, not everything is as it . . .

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Psychobox Robots by The Grand Eye

Psychic Robots, Mysteries and Violence

Battery and Coil are two psychic robots of varying competence living in a giant city contained entirely within a stone box. Nobody in Psychobox City knows why they’re there, how long they’ve been there or what’s outside. Battery and Coil intend to find out. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Last Angel by Proximal Flame

Two millennia ago alien empire destroyed Earth and most of her colonies. All that remains of Humanity is Rally – a single world, whose population has long since been culturally subverted into loyal citizens. Sectator Citizen Grace Alice Proctor is a cadet in the Compact Space Force on the training ship Bequeathed, when it stumbles upon a massive derelict . . .

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Voyage of the Nightingale by nursingcapsarecool

In 2213, the Earth has seen devastating global pandemics, the rise and fall of nations, and countless wars. Humanity has ascended to the stars and has begun to spread throughout the solar system. To support distant settlers, the medical training and aid ship GSC Nightingale completes a four-year journey from Earth to Pluto and everywhere in between. It carries . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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Starwalker by Melanie Edmonds

A ship's log, as told by the ship

The Starwalker is a starship with an experimental star-stepping drive. Designed to use the gravity wells of stars to fold space, she can travel between star systems faster than FTL. That is, if they can get it to work. She is run by a sophisticated AI who doesn’t always follow her programming. She has only just been born, and . . .

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Terra Fabula by Derek Jacobs

A foxen alien attempts to live in a universe that won’t let him die in peace.

Set in the modern era, Terra Fabula follows Jadyn Tzeki, a timeless alien researcher and jack-of-all-trades, and Tarioshi Kitanaka, a century-and-a-half-old mortal kitsune. After a suspicious attack fails to claim their lives, the two, along with Jadyn’s lunatic AI, discover that many strange things have been afoot while he’s been away. . . .

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Sufficiently Analyzed Magic by Justin L Dew

indistinguishable from science

When the crew of the mage ship Jeremiah Owens arrive at a new colonization site they enter contact with a race that threatens to throw the newly united sol cluster into war. It’s a premise on the trope that any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science. It explores the themes of transhumanism, magic as a replacement of technology, . . .

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Sybernika by Patrick Whittaker

Rhiannon was dead but it didn’t last. Her husband has downloaded her mind into a computer-generated world where he is Lord and Master and she has no rights. For him, it’s Heaven. For her, it’s Hell. Danny Jasinski is a freelance computing genius on a mission to hack the unhackable, while battling bizarre hallucinations and paranoid conspiracy theories. . . .

A complete novel.
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Mountain Sound by Saf

With the cities aflame and massive warships silhouetting the sun, the human race is once more on the verge of destroying itself. The countryside was supposed to be far from the war, but death spreads like a virus—not that Efa would know. An android built for many jobs, Efa was given only one: to protect the sheep placed under her . . .

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Crystal Society by Max Harms

Crystal Society is hard science fiction about different ways of thinking. The protagonist is the social module of a young artificial general intelligence. Born into a world that is actively hostile to her existence she must work to survive and grow. She and her siblings must contend with cyborgs, aliens, and a world full of hostile humans in order to . . .

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VOYAGE OF THE NIGHTINGALE

Big-Hearted Science Fiction

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Apr 23, 2015: This is a fun serial. Set 200 years in the future, it follows the trials of Lucy Hernandez, a good-hearted nursing student just trying to make her way through life.

The story’s got a warm, homespun quality. It’s really nice, and not at all what I’m expect from a science fiction medical drama. As the author herself explained, it’s not the sort of SF you’d expect from, say, Michael Crichton.

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