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I Woke Up in Pittsburgh by BA Boucher

My name is Sam. I have no memory. I woke up in Pittsburgh.

Daily blog from an amnesiac bartender in Pittsburgh. Listings about his customer, his views on life, and strange dreams that hint at a previous life. Arched story with an endgame. . . .

A blogfic, with no recent updates.
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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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Many: The Blog of a Space Probe by Mario J. Lucero

Many: The Blog of a Space Probe is an experimental web serial written by Mario J. Lucero. It’s about a space-faring computer’s lonesome journey, and more importantly, his ramblings about everything. The story is told through Many’s perspective, in blog format. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts infrequently.
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Scary True by Scared

So true, it's scary!

Horror micro-fiction offered as true accounts of paranormal encounters. Featuring ghost stories, monster stories, haunted house stories, vampire stories, stories where a monster jumps out and it’s all scary and stories where something like a ghost or a god walks by a window and somebody is scared and stories about scary trees. . . .

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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 . . .

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Hell Paso by j. kelly

At first, folks thought it was just the usual violence that comes with the territory of living across the border from Juarez, Mexico, the murder capital of the world. But then the violence crept across the border and into the US, leaving a path of death in its wake, and it became readily apparent: this wasn’t just death. This was . . .

An ongoing blogfic.
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Neocommon Era by Maclaine Gray

News and general commentary. Started in NCE 2096. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts almost daily.
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Max Holding On by Emily Stowe

Like a sitcom, only sadder.

Max Holding, a New Yorker who just passed her 30th birthday is stuck. We know this through the adventures and mishaps she shares on her blog, Max Holding On—a series of funny personal stories and wry observations about her life. Despite all her efforts, Max can’t seem to move her life forward, her talent agency is struggling, her relationships are . . .

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Itsy Bitsy Fritsy by Scott Carpenter

Ambitious spider seeks revenge on fastidious homeowner. . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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What Is Your Pizza by Josh Lockamy

Dystopia and extra sauce

WIYP is a story written blog-style from the point of view of a person experiencing the shift of his country into Orwellian dystopia. Written during the decline, exploring how it could happen more than what the after-effects would be like. . . .

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Zombie Glasses by Nimja

Through the looking glasses.

The odd tales of a pair of glasses on a zombie. It’s as simple as that . . .  Or perhaps not. In a fairly standard post-apocalyptic world, we follow the tales of, well a pair of glasses, while we as the readers discover it ourselves. What happens next, no one knows . . .  Not even the author. . . .

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Life as a Caterpillar by Chaya

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.

Manny Kassel is in 7th grade, 6ft tall and has a boy’s name. Even though she’s a girl. Has fitting in always been this difficult? Based on a true story . . .

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TAPESTRY

A Woman’s Thoughts

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Jul 19, 2008: I loved reading Tapestry when it was being regularly updated. It was skillfully written—intense, complicated, intriguing, all written by a noble lady in her journal.

The glimpse of her life and culture was beautiful and imaginative, even if it was hard to keep everybody’s name straight sometimes.

I do think that this is a story worth reading and I hope it will be finished some day.

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THE SICK LAND

A Good Story to Make You S@%# Yourself

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Aug 27, 2013: Geez, this is scary.

On a basic level, "The Sick Land" is the story of a scientist who becomes part of a research team that investigates "The Sick Land," an inexplicable area of scientific anomalies that’s been researched somewhat heavily by academia. Despite the research, no one can figure out exactly why the environment is so different and—as we very soon find out—so horrifying.

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