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The Soulreaper Chronicles by James Monaghan

Murder, mystery and magic in a world teetering on the edge

The British Isles, the 16th century. Decades ago, the fae returned to the mortal world. Released by a coven of magicians after centuries of imprisonment, they swept across the British Isles, covering the land with a tangled forest of enchanted trees. Cities fell. Thousands died. Only a handful of cities were saved. Years later, the people of the . . .

A serialized novel, with no recent updates.
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Trilogy of the Betrayer by Caio O de Paula

Fantasy

Many know the lone prisoner at the highest tower of the Imperial capital, a man so vile and hated by his peers that his confinement is more for his protection than anything else. What few know are the true extend of his crimes and how they came to be. Who is the true Prince of Lies and what did . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Reapers of Eden by Zero

Former math teacher Alexander Kuros has found himself better qualified for a new job: the Grim Reaper. Qualification number one for being a math teacher? You must be alive. Qualification number one for being the Grim Reaper? You must be dead. After dying in a car crash, he is resurrected by Death as the new Grim Reaper and given . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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All’s Fair in Love&War by tmbrakta

Meet Adam, and get to know him as he goes through the hardships of Real Life (RL) and the world’s first VRMMORPG: NLR (New Life: Reborn). Circumstances force him to abandon all hope in RL people, but when he enters NLR, his heart ends up opening up to the new world and its occupants. His journey is long but so . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Prison Paradise by Vincent Booth

A blog about a serial killer in Hawaii

Prison Paradise follows one man as he moves to Hawaii and becomes a serial killer. The story is told via blog through his daily experiences, flashbacks, and photos (both of the beautiful Hawaiian scenery, and his victims). . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts twice weekly.
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There Are No Heroes by yinyangorwuji

A Web Serial About Irregular People in an Irregular World.

A story of a group of teens, high school-college age, working on a superhero team. Or at least, that’s how it starts. This is no perfect world story. People die, and people get seriously screwed up. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Sidonie by Sarah R. Suleski

The Ghetto calls you home, no matter what.

Seventeen-year-old Sidonie Ardash is leaving her home in Uptown Rivalie, headed for the Bromian Ghetto, a forbidden place she has only read about in the pages of a book written by her mother. She finds a new home, a new family, and a new life in the haunted world of the Broms, a people displaced and cursed by unknowable . . .

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All Kinds of Things Kill by Robert R. Best

“All Kinds of Things Kill” is a horror anthology that contains 9 stories. The stories are gruesome, frightening, perverse, imaginative, and sick; in other words, they have all the elements that go into making a horror anthology a good one. So turn the lights off, grab a blanket, and get ready to enjoy some chilling tales. . . .

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Shadow’s Light by Jacquelyn Waters

If you were the bane of existence cursed with catastrophic power, would you choose to save the lives of those who abused you, or witness and bring upon their demise? The Dark Crystal, and the Light Crystal, contain magnificent power, but together create an unparalleled path of absolute annihilation. But each carrier is destined to defeat the other. So, . . .

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Poppy by poppy

Death is universal in all human literature. It is an all-consuming concept that we are all inexplicably drawn towards. Death is the ultimate equaliser. For however grand our arrival, our departure is always guaranteed. We relish in seeing tragedy befall upon others. The ruination of others brings us catharsis and a twisted sense of relief that such tragic happenings . . .

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Death’s Door by safra

This is a story about a girl who dies and wants to find out why

Inez Walker is running away from her problems, pretending like they don’t exist. This is working great for her until she’s unexpectedly murdered on her way to work one morning. With many regrets under her belt and a growing suspicion that something is horribly wrong, Inez teams up with a pair of disgraced grim reapers to uncover the truth . . .

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The Nameless Man by Geemantle

The journeys of a nearly immortal man

In the nameless man serial written by Riley Gee (Geemantle), there is a mysterious force understood by few that enables people to steal life energy (in years of remaining life) from those they kill. The story follows “the nameless man”, so called because he has lived so many lifetimes he can’t remember his original name. The story started as . . .

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THE ICE CREAM MEMORIES OF CHARLOTTE ROWE

Chilly, with a bitter aftertaste

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 23, 2009: I didn’t like this story, but it’s not the fault of the writing. The writing, in fact, is of a very high calibre: sophisticated, rich, intelligently researched, effectively surreal – and full of horror. And cold.

It starts off relatively innocently, the elegantly designed website seducing the hapless reader. Even if you don’t decide to read the story, you must take a look at this website – it’s gorgeous. An old lady lies in bed, being interviewed by an academic doing [more . . .]

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MILGRAM

Rough start, but has promise, some shocks for shocks sake

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Jan 15, 2015: Okay, so imagine fight club, only the two halve speak to each other in their joined head, and oh, Durden is a very violent sociopath who takes over the body, with super powers, whenever someone kills them, regenerating instantly. (And I desperately hope for a scene where the not evil side describes him as psychotic to someone who quickly corrects him that Milgram is a sociopath, not a psycopath, but I get the feeling it’s the author who doesn’t know the difference.

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