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Dreams Come True by Parky

In a futuristic world of superheroes and supervillains, the ability to dream of another world doesn’t seem that applicable nor useful. But for Demund, who has recently sent off his best friend to the superhero training grounds—the Preliminary Islands—it was nothing but life-changing. For him, a rejuvenating vacation to a world of magic is now only a good night’s rest . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Orphans by Rynjin

A group of four students (aged around 18) in a martial arts school/temple/orphanage named Gao Shansi learn to harness their psychic abilities and face challenges within the walls and prepare to face an outside world beset by unknown dangers. They are currently caught in the middle of a doctrinal/factional battle between the masters inside the temple, and a focus . . .

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The Scapegoats by Bequail

In the eyes of Silas, a young man who wanders the streets of his town late at night in search of refuge from crippling nightmares, the people of the world, himself included, are simply cockroaches. Numerous, widespread, easily crushed . . . Each individual is just another creature of carapace or bone among many. Being never quite certain where he’s stepping and who may . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Dreams by Bridgett Morigna

If you live another life in your dreams, are you ever really asleep? Rina is trying to live a normal life even though she has started to have life-like dreams about a young kitsune that won’t fade from memory like ordinary dreams. As time goes on she struggles to determine which life is actually the dream. . . .

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Supernatural Fairy Tales Blogazine by Dorlana Vann

Fairy Tale inspired paranormal short stories by Dorlana Vann and guest writers. . . .

An online magazine of fiction, updated sporadically.
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Available Darkness by David Wright and Sean Platt

A man wakes up inside a coffin with no knowledge of how he got there or who he is. After freeing himself, he finds a note in his pants directing him to “Avoid the sunlight! Don’t touch anybody!” Afraid, hurt, and alone, he starts a journey to discover the truth about himself. But some things are better left unknown. . . .

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Commercial Novel by Anonymous

From desperation, art.

An experimental novel combining crass commercialism, reader response, and time-tested themes like love, fear, and desperation. . . .

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The Dream Games by Dina Roberts

Rachel meets the man of her dreams . . . .in her dreams. . . .

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Dream High School by Josh Powlison

A slice of life, mass interactive, minimalist web serial (whew!) about a high schooler who takes night classes in shared lucid dreams. You can help decide what happens next! . . .

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Tamao by David Chart

A fantasy set in modern Japan, about a young woman and the kami who takes a strong interest in her. . . .

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Do Not Take the Shells by Berber

Save us from the dangers of the sea.

Harris Evan, together with his two friends Cathy and Jeff, goes on a holiday to the quiet little coastal village of Taveye. However, it quickly becomes apparent that something is not quite right about the town. Strange shells wash up on the shore that you can’t find anywhere else. There is a sign with the words: “DO NOT TAKE THE . . .

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The Pandoran Artifacts by Enrique Bedlam

A collection of short stories about an ancient evil that releases a collection of dark, powerful artifacts unto the world, each designed to bring about the end of humanity.

It all started with a deck of tarot cards from the world beyond given to a man to tempt humanity into their own destruction. Each story there is a new artifact, designed to twist its victim into aiding in the destruction of the world. This is a group of short stories which deal with horror, the unknown and humanities tendency . . .

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FLESH PHANTOMS

Interesting collection of short stories

By Linda Schoales, editor

Feb 19, 2009: “Flesh Phantoms” is a collection of short stories written by one author. Some of them are very short, more like story fragments or the author’s thoughts, while others are a more conventional length. They’re all interesting, sometimes bordering on brilliant. The tone varies between whimsical and sardonic, but there’s almost always a touch of wry wit lurking in the background, as well as some serious thought and social commentary.

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EARWORM

Sticks in Your Head

By Unillustrated, author of Citadel

Nov 18, 2014: William Knight

I didn’t know this before, but an earworm is what you call it when you get a song or a phrase stuck in your head. It’s a good title for the story and one that gets used within it. William Knight. The lead character is an awkward high school boy who’s just had to transfer schools. There’s some ugliness in his past that I won’t go into, a well as some rather boding foreshadowing.

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