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Maou Shoujo Makoto Chaos by Meakashi

“It seems I was reincarnated as something that isn’t human into a different world . . . something that drains my SAN points when I look into the mirror . . . and as the child of the demon lord no less. A demon lord who eats humans. And makes me eat humans, too. This is a dream, right? Well, I’ll enjoy this craziness as long . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Hotfoot by Graham Harrington

Guilty by Association

Zach is a 22 year old chronokinetic who just got out of jail, after serving an 8 year prison sentence. Angry at the government for locking him away just because he COULD be exceedingly dangerous if he moved on from petty crimes, and disillusioned with the opportunities left for him he once again turns to crime. Max is 18 . . .

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A Bad Idea by Billy Higgins Peery

Anne’s got a problem — there’s a corpse in her bedroom. Dealing with both a criminal record and a chip on her shoulder, she’s doing her best to stay out of jail. Sure, she’s making dangerous weaponry, hanging out with criminals, buying drugs, crashing weddings . . .  I forgot where I was going with this. . . .

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HOTFOOT

Showing promise but in need of polish

By Deadpansmirk, author of Desert Steel

Dec 3, 2015: This review is part of a review swap, but I did my best to be impartial.

Hotfoot is a web serial following two characters, the superhero Maximum and the supervillain Zach.

The good: characters have good potential, and show at least some distinctness in traits and personality. The premise shows promise, the union of two disparate characters always making for some interesting conflict. The progression of the plot seems well paced, neither [more . . .]

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