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New Sentinels by Rachel Evil McCall

The Bronze City Sentinels, champions of their eponymous city, have gone missing, and four new heroes have been chosen to take their place. New Sentinels is an ongoing superhero story told through (primarily) five Twitter accounts: One for each of the heroes, sharing their thoughts and feelings, and one “official” account, run by interns, which relates the details of . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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Dead Drop by Zachary N. DiPego

Brother, can you spare a bullet?

A past that can damn him and no future, Trey has to act. What would you do? On the run and homeless. You would grab at every opportunity like it was your last. This is the last chance for Trey. Dead Drop is a fiction blog, a modern Noir set in Santa Monica and Los Angeles, California. Listinged every . . .

A complete blogfic.
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The Union Creek Journal by Toby Asplin

David Johnson thought he was prepared to survive, but there are some things for which one simply cannot prepare.

The Union Creek Journal is a serialized fictional work about survival. The journal chronicles the struggles of the Johnson family to survive after a global economic crash in 2014 reduces the United States to 19th Century living. The Johnsons prepared, but survival is still difficult – physically and emotionally. Follow The Journal for almost-daily updates to the story of . . .

A complete blogfic.
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Interrupting the Drop

By Linda Schoales, editor

Nov 5, 2009: “Dead Drop” is the story of Trey, a 20-year old drifter in LA, who finds something stashed in the park that he thinks is going to be his ticket to a better life. He’s come in on the middle of a “drop” and figures he can squeeze somebody for some cash. Unfortunately, he already has people after him and this little package just adds to his troubles.

The story is told in first person by Trey and it’s mostly a monologue [more . . .]

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