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Corinth by TheCorinthianMan

An Empire

This is the story of an expanding empire, not understanding its reach, unfulfilled by its goals, and misled by its gods. It follows a group of travellers as they try to expand the empire, and probe the edges of its control. It is set in a world in which power is directly connected to origins, ancestry, and the gods of . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Star’s Tempest by H.C.H. Ritz

Marooned on a hostile planet, Miranda and her father, Prospero, so far have kept twenty-eight souls alive. But the colony is failing, and her father returned from the dark jungles changed, and mad, and with inexplicable power over the planet’s alien life. Can she end his vicious tyranny before the lights go out? This is a sci-fi retelling of Shakespeare’s . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Aaron Flint by Alex Johnson

Sci Fi Private Eye

Humanity has spread across the stars. In the far reaches of space, a new colony is being built by Terragon Industries. The planet known as Haven is planned to be a designer colony where the rich can settle and thrive. For now, the planet is mostly inhabitable except for the large dome that covers an area the size of New . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Evacuate Earth: Race to Survive by Calypso Llewellyn

A story of loss, survival and new beginnings.

Everyone knew the world was ending. For decades the signs had been missed; the rumbles underfoot ignored. But now, everyone knew. The ring of fire was gearing up to explode and nothing could be done to stop it. So when the end came, no one expected it to come from space. . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Apex Predator by caerulex

Aliens, intergalactic space travel, mind powers, and adventure!

Earth is a fairly small place, but it’s all Bath has. It’s the only home he’s ever known for all of his 500-or-so-million years of life. One day, Bath realized his treasured Earth was being drawn into the next mass extinction ahead of schedule. So, fascinated by the humans and their quick rise to power (after all, setting off a . . .

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Exodus by Soteria Thomas

Exodus is a story of a disenfranchised people who seek unconditional opportunity and freedom on a planet galaxies away. There, they can live lives as Kinetics, free of persecution in a society leading the way in technology, protected by the watchful ALLs and their secret police group Aberrant Organization. That is until a dreadful attack on the capitol, followed by . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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The Ddro by M.E. Traylor

Gnomes and aliens deal with the personal and political fallout of genocide. And courtship angst.

Seventy years after an invasion from the sky, the loose conglomerate of dramma tribes of the Ddro has transformed into a culture that is not quite modern, not quite primitive. They still maintain diplomatic relations with the alien —but eerily similar— Talame, who tried to eradicate them to claim their ecological niche. Most dramma welcome the children born between the . . .

An abandoned novel.
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The Colonists by Adam Collings

An episodic scifi serial novel

In the early twenty-second century, Earth was undergoing slow but devestating environmental changes. The world’s best scientists could not determine a cause, or come up with a solution. If the situation continued, Earth would soon be uninhabitable.  The ESS Endeavour was an ark ship, designed to take colonists to a distant world where they could create a new home for . . .

An abandoned novel.
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STAR'S TEMPEST

The Stars Have Gone Dark

By Megajoule, author of The Warlock Ruthless

Dec 4, 2018: A teensy disclaimer: A story I write is hosted on the same site as this one. However, I still endeavor to be honest!

Star’s Tempest is a creepy, dark take on a classic Shakespeare story, that as Wayne Basta noted, suffers most when it is shackled to its source material too closely. However, there’s a lot of imagination and very competent writing in this updated take on the Tempest.

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