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Magikind by George Bakerson

Magic Doesn't Exist. It Never Did.

The third millennia, a time of change and evolution. An era, where people, through countless generations, have evolved strange powers and abilities. Through several centuries of selective breeding, these beings, known as mages, have become part of the very foundations of society. However, some refused to change or adapt. They believed in purity and refused to interbreed with magikind. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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From the Moon: Home by J.A. Waters

The universe has a way of waylaying us all.

A daredevil performs his last jump: a leap into space. Everything has been planned out and prepped, but the universe has a way of waylaying us all. A geophysicist is winding up her last dig as part of a seismology and core-sampling project. So close to completion, she’s ready to head home and build on the success of her . . .

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Strange Cosmology by Alex Raizman

Ending the world got more complicated

The sequel to Small Worlds! After managing to defeat Enki, Ryan, Crystal, and Athena still have that whole “end of the world” to get to. But first they have to figure out where Bast and Moloch went, why the Greek Pantheon is missing, and how the hell the US Government got its hand on homemade gods. Not to mention . . .

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Cause by cosmicPostman

A web serial focussing on six psychic children who are drafted to protect the universe from being destroyed by the mysterious figure known only as Antumbra. When they are dragged to dimensions that exist outside of the universe, they meet the arbiters who look after their existence and are caught in a conflict – some of them want to use . . .

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The World Falls Up by darkrie1475

A story of a boy and a girl… and a black hole that reverses Earth's gravity.

Welcome to Earth. Every day, when the sun comes up, the Hole comes up as well- a massive, scientifically impossible black hole that reverses the gravity of Earth. Mankind has been decimated on the first day the Hole appeared. A boy and a girl wander through the wilderness of this new Earth, searching for the girl’s brother- a man who . . .

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The Aliud: The New Thunder by mutalias

An academic must travel with his estranged sister, an elite soldier, to test an invention that may change the balance of a century-old war, and rock the foundations of the Kingdom itself. . . .

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Coma Imprisonment: Revolutions by Anthony Kim

What if all killers were struck down by a coma?

On August 8th, 2026, all killers are struck down by a coma, never to awake again. From that day forward, killing another human being is unavoidably punished by falling into a coma. The many scourges of the modern world come to a halt as anyone who kills another human being instantly falls into the Coma Imprisonment. All wars . . .

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Evacuate Earth: Race to Survive by Calypso Llewellyn

A story of loss, survival and new beginnings.

Everyone knew the world was ending. For decades the signs had been missed; the rumbles underfoot ignored. But now, everyone knew. The ring of fire was gearing up to explode and nothing could be done to stop it. So when the end came, no one expected it to come from space. . . .

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Valkyrie’s Lament by Jane Christian

“Emperor!” She held up her broken sword in her hand. “Die!” She shouted with such force that her throat went hoarse. Blood covered her eyes making it difficult for her to see the black silhouette of a being that sent out overwhelming pressure. With an heartbreaking laugh, he struck her down mercilessly. In her dying moment, she turned her . . .

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The Tale of Ashmores by Weston Ford

The Ashmores are a large family coming together for the holidays in their hometown of Ashwood Bend. Their native stomping grounds turn dangerous when an infection starts turning people into horrific monsters. These aren’t zombies, these are sentient, dangerous creatures with a plan. Now they have to band together with those they’ve known their entire life to survive until help . . .

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After by Kitt Moss

A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Story

A violent disaster turns an ordinary day at work into a living nightmare for David, a young office worker in central England. As the city falls apart around him, he sets out to find his fiancee Sharon. The world as David knows it is about to disappear forever. Can he survive what comes after? . . .

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Bad Influences by Emma Pooka

Bad Influences concerns the devastating spread of a fatal pandemic flu virus. The story is set exactly thirteen years from now – the posts and comments will go up in real time, on the same dates and at the same moments that the characters will post them in 2026. The story is told simultaneously from the viewpoint of four major . . .

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BAD INFLUENCES

Subtle, clever, thoughtful, and surprising

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Feb 27, 2013: This is a true blogfic, not a first person narrative thinly disguised as a blog. The experience is more like watching a play than reading a novel. The stage is set by the four blogger’s pages, giving us an impression of each character before a word is read. Mei, the artist, has put up one of her beautiful watercolours of rooftops seen from her university dorm in Beijing. Jack, cartoonist, gamer, and American farmboy, has a comic with zombies eating cauliflowers. English-Iranian Ash, nurse and aspiring permaculturalist, is [more . . .]

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THE APOCALYPSE BLOG

Why does the Apocalypse fit so well in a blog?

By ScaryTrue, author of Scary True

Mar 17, 2011: The Apocalypse Blog does a great job. It’s got solid writing – conversational, as suits the character and the blog – but literary in scarce moments. The story is compelling because the disaster is a mystery and not really something that the character ought to know much about. The kind of events that one might imagine would happen at the end of the world take well to the blog format. I guess that’s why there are so many zombie blogs these days. The Apocalypse Blog is (or was) one of [more . . .]

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