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The Writers of the Universe by Stew Stunes

The ending has changed.

The ending has been changed! Through their words written in stories and books, The Writers of the Universe control the lives of us all. A struggling human author and quite possibly the most unlucky person in existence, is about to leap from the page and journey to realms unknown in order to bring back chaos and freewill to the universe. . . .

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Divine Empress of Chaos by Queendrops

A mysterious old man appeared before Yu Liang and her younger brother one day, throwing her peaceful world into chaos. Trapped inside the Divine Chaos Pagoda, she must safeguard her brother and reach the top while fending off enemies if they wish to escape the tower. Just what secrets does this pagoda hold? With the promise of a legendary . . .

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Howling by Jane Christian

Tila Leo woke up in an unfamiliar setting where her life is thrown upside down. She is cast into the future in a body that she never expected to ever believed even existed: a werewolf body. From this new life, she is given things that she never expected to get. An annoying werewolf spirit that constantly annoys her, and a . . .

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Mental World Online by escribo

Brain Chips, our future, your computer in your mind. Mental World Online is for people for looking for a story that warms the heart and feeds the mind. Story stars a lovable troubled cast: a doubting young cow farmer, a shameful coder, a girl who wants to paint, a Troll Hero-King, and a brave little girl. Join them on a . . .

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The Northern Caves by Nostalgebraist

An online message board devoted to a cult fantasy author wrestles with his baffling final book. . . .

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The Red Door by Jaskaran Singh

It’s last call for lost friends, as Jack stages a five year reunion hoping to encounter once familiar faces and see if shared experiences from the past still resonate in the future. . . .

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Brass Automaton by Mark Gardner & D. Paul Angel

Ceridwen sends a metal construct back in time to kill the Huntsman that took pity on Snow White. Can someone intervene on Snow’s behalf? . . .

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Crystal Society by Max Harms

Crystal Society is hard science fiction about different ways of thinking. The protagonist is the social module of a young artificial general intelligence. Born into a world that is actively hostile to her existence she must work to survive and grow. She and her siblings must contend with cyborgs, aliens, and a world full of hostile humans in order to . . .

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Return of the Orange Virgin by Rob Hunter

Lechery, debauchery, total annihilation, blood and mud―the usual stuff as two prime movers contend for power. Not power to do anything in particular―threaten, coerce, destroy: illuminate a city, tighten the skeins of a siege engine, or wind up the bowels of a child’s clockwork toy―just power to have around. Just in case. Just the familiar, reassuring bulge of potential, there . . .

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The Forest by Justin Groot

On an Earth with titanic forests instead of oceans, highly-trained rangers brave the depths to bring back footage of treacherous landscapes and ferocious beasts. It’s a dangerous job, but it has its moments: when a trio of ranger recruits stumble across a strange artifact, they begin to unravel a mystery with planet-spanning ramifications. The only problem is, if they’re going . . .

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The Dark Oath by a_chiba

Hironah has enough to worry about—the mysterious and untimely death of her adopted father, her cousin’s involvement in a gang, her best friend’s tendency toward self-destruction, the Ghost Clan and its’ violent henchmen . . . She doesn’t feel the need to worry about the Emperor of Diasminion. Yes, he’s her uncle, but he has plenty of people to help him, doesn’t he? It . . .

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Journal of the Living – complete web novel by John Moralee

Life after the zombie apocalypse.

Ben Smith is a survivor of the zombie apocalypse. He used to work in the City as a banker – but now he leads a small group of people trying to survive in a Britain plagued by zombies and dangerous vigilante groups. While struggling to stay alive, Ben writes a series of journal entries, telling his action-packed story of life . . .

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THE COLD INSIDE

Gripping Suspense

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Mar 18, 2014: "The Cold Inside" is a paranormal suspense/horror story in a particularly toxic high school setting. I was surprised how gripping this novel turned out to be. It’s a real page turner.

The protagonist (somewhat sympathetic, but not a hero), Tristam, used to be in the top clique who bullied the "nerds", but after an incident in which he apparently did something horrible to a dog, he has become ostracized and the nerds are now his only friends (sort of). Circumstances surrounding [more . . .]

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CHOSEN SHACKLES

Raw and Gritty Poetry at its Best.

By revfitz, author of Existential Terror and Breakfast

May 15, 2018: Full disclosure: this review is part of a review swap with the author. There may be some pre-existing bias.

 . . . and with that out of the way: This is seriously my favorite thing to read right now.

A year ago I did a mini-review on my first impressions of this serial. There was only a single chapter then but of the 31 serials I reviewed that month this one had one of the [more . . .]

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