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das orbit by leo vladimirsky

space sucks... stay home

The life and times of a disgruntled janitor on a poorly run space station, das orbit is a satire/indulgence of classic science fiction themes. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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Greg Grendle’s Suburban Experiments by Greg Grendle

Greg Grendle is 20 something, unemployed and living in a boring suburb. Every now and then he looks for a little adventure. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts monthly.
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Tell The Groom by Andy Cox

A romantic comedy not yet written

Andy Cox is a new English writer who specialises in funny romantic stories about unfortunate men. This latest novel “Tell The Groom” is Andy’s first created just for the Internet and will be written here over the next twelve months. Although all the characters are Andy’s own, regular readers of the blog will be able to leave comments and influence . . .

An ongoing blogfic.
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The Sick Land by Jon Hills

The blog of Alex Case, a researcher at a remote station on the outskirts of The Sick Land. The Sick Land is different to the rest of the world. Machinery breaks down, living creatures change. People can’t survive there for long. Not as they are. The Sick Land is a cosmic horror story. . . .

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SPYGOD’s Tales by SPYGOD

The stories of the greatest spy the Western World has never known. The man who killed Hitler, saved three Presidents, saved the world a hundred billion times, and wishes he’d never been apotheosized. Immortality is !@#$’n overrated, and he’s living proof. Nick Fury as written by Warren Ellis’ slightly-less-humanistic literary doppelganger, with lots of help (read: drugs) . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts almost daily.
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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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The Viscount’s Son by Aderyn Wood

‘The Viscount’s Son’ is a fictional blog that tells the story of book conservator, Emma, and her online project—to transcribe an ancient and mysterious text. The trouble is, Emma’s colleague, Jack, believes the medieval ‘diary’ is a fake. Emma decides to translate the text and leave it up to her readers to decide—so what will you think? Follow Emma’s journey . . .

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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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The Apocalypse Blog by Melanie Edmonds

A real-time blog of the end of the world.

Faith’s world has ended. Broken, poisoned, and increasingly infested with the shambling dead, it isn’t much like the world she used to know. She made it through an apocalypse with a handful of strangers, but what does she do next? This is her story, told in real-time as she tries to keep a journal of her group’s journey, searching . . .

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Listening to the Other Side by Justin Woolley

A blog about talking to the dead

I never intended this story to be written, let alone shared on the internet. It was my friend Wally Sharpe who eventually convinced me otherwise. Relentless as always in pursuit of an idea, he argued that not only should I set the record straight about the events of twelve years ago, but that what happened to me was of deep . . .

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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 . . .

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The London Archaeologist by Rupert Waldron

The credit crunch building slump has caused the number of London archaeological sites to dry up, leaving time on the Archaeologist’s hands to start to notice unsuspected things in the world around him. There are people, groups of people, beings of some sort, living among the general populace, but with something different about them: are they some sort of deity? . . .

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TAPESTRY

Not Making the Obvious Choices

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Jul 23, 2008: When you read a fantasy story set in an empire, you can generally expect certain things.

If the empire is evil, that it will fall due to the actions of the hero of the story.

The hero of the story stands outside of the culture of the empire and has values more like your own.

A massive plot, propelled by epic battles.

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SPYGOD'S TALES

Still Going

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Apr 5, 2015: This is absurd. Absolutely absurd.

Spygod is a profane superspy, who’s constantly saying the most offensive thing he can think of. He pisses off his roof, wishes he hadn’t killed Adolf Hitler, and shatters the dreams of a kid who wants a spy car.

If you’ve seen Archer, he’s a lot like that, dialed up to 15 (and Archer’s already pretty absurd). The Warren Ellis / Hunter S. Thompson vibe is also [more . . .]

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