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Happily Amber After by Amber Dean

Not just your average teen blog

Hi guys! My name is Amber A and this is my story . . . so far. I’m just a typical Aussie teen living my life in Perth, WA. It’s 2004 and I’ve started Senior School this year, and I just KNOW that it’s not all going to be smooth sailing . . .  I have a dysfunctional family life, my friends are totally . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Days Ago Diary by Morgan

Morgan lives in a world where the dead walk around and the living run like hell . . . or hide. This is his journal as he starts from day one of the apocalypse. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts weekly.
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Contrarion by Antonshine

One man bucks the 'total death' trend

What happens if the wrong person survives the Apocalypse? Not someone brave, heroic, or even trying to survive that hard? Just someone with a tenous grip on reality, trying to find enough creamed corn and peanut butter to make it through the day? Here’s your chance to find out. Presented herein are the journal entires of one Carson Ira . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes 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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Lovergirl by Dahlia Schweitzer

Breaking the rules, finding yourself, and not being afraid to get a little dirty.

LOVERGIRL is a novel about one girl’s struggle to find herself amidst New York City’s sex industry. It is based upon actual experiences. Published in Germany by Random House, the book is currently unavailable in the United States. I am publishing it online, one diary entry at a time. . . .

A complete novel.
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The End of Things by Rosey Haze

Diary of a Survivor

“So we steeled ourselves. Wrapped up warm against the shock to come and left our shelter again. Every house on the main street we stopped at. Every one the same. Curtains open, doors closed, no sound, no life. We didn’t speak, the silence ruled and it wasn’t ours to break.” My name is Rosey Haze, and this is my . . .

An abandoned novel.
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LOVERGIRL

How to dabble in sex work without losing your soul

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Oct 25, 2013: It’s interesting to compare this one with "Servicing the Pole", an old WFG favourite which is unfortunately no longer online. Both were written from the point of view of middle class girls who rebelled and became strippers, but StP was a grim, gritty tale of a life immersed in sex, drugs, and rock&roll to the extent that none of them were fun anymore . . . Lovergirl is a cooler look, a memoir like account (the type of details included gave me the impression that a lot of this is straight from personal experience) [more . . .]

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CONTRARION

Insane Renditions

By GeneralRincewind, member

Sep 20, 2016: I loved it.

It does the insanity and uncertainty of the world brilliantly, where you;re never wholly sure of what’s happening or not. It has an interesting narrator, who is unreliable, untrustworthy, and has a pet eyeball. He’s also strangely optimistic. Too optimistic almost. It really helps to sell the MC insanity, better than most other fiction. Who else has tried optimism as insanity?

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