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Tapestry by Lucy Weaver

a tale of empire

The intense, complicated, intriguing, journal of a noble lady. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts infrequently.
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Dragomir’s Diary by Matt Bird

Dragomir’s just a normal guy with a normal job as a normal guard in a . . . castle. Unfortunately, nothing else about his life is normal, and he struggles to keep afloat while a fantasy world full of mad kings, vicious elephants, scheming politicians, bloodthirsty one-year-olds and secretive rats burbles around him. Also, his diary smiles. Cheerfully! Join Dragomir as he . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Giant Girl Rampages by Melly Mills

Melly Mills is very tall. Freakishly impossibly tall. Basketball hoops come up to her hips, and most people are only a bit taller than her knees. She looks down on giraffes, and has to bend down to peek into a second-story window. Melly’s parents kept her sheltered view in the middle acres of their family farm until they died . . .

A blogfic, with no recent updates.
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Steampunk Alchemist by Tara Miller

The Adventures and Musings of Ms. Angelica Boron

After her herbalist mother’s death, middle aged Ms. Angelica Boron sells her family farm. She moves to St. Louis, Missouri and is immersed in a world of steam autos, Datamancer computers, and a blue haired tinker. Readers can interact with Angelica, becoming part of the story, as she explores alchemy, occult mysteries, and the missing half of her attic. . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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Thereamid by Thereamid

Never call them faeries

Every folklore tradition in Europe seems to have stories about the time when the Fair Folk left for a land across the sea. Two best friends are about to discover where they went. The main story is told through a trunk of character blogs, and can be enjoyed by itself, but there is a supplemental wiki that branches out . . .

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Korber’s Reflections by d. fay

The journal of korber ap grumbly, a greater apprentice in the crafting of Eoc’s Blood. His wife is dead, his best friend is dead (they are both melded with him in his mind), and he is being hunted by the society of the elite and his own kind—the terreni. . . .

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GIANT GIRL RAMPAGES

Not so Giant

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Jul 24, 2008: A caveat before I proceed: the authors label this story as "the first blog-novel ever published for middle-graders or teens." I write this review from the view point of a twenty-year old writer who was reading adult level books in elementary school.

Giant Girl Rampages is the blog of a girl who is almost 18 feet tall. I found the writing to be overly simple which wasn’t a surprise, given the authors’ description of Giant Girl Rampages (however, I probably would [more . . .]

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TAPESTRY

Drew Me Right In

By adenpenn, member

Feb 25, 2011: Let it be known from the start, I am a sucker for an epistolary story. And the attraction only gets better when the voice of the narrator is so well written.

I came into Tapestry a bit late, but enjoyed every moment of catching up. I found myself clicking to the next piece without hesitation. Pretty soon my afternoon is gone, and I am jonesing for the next update.

I think my [more . . .]

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