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Horsey Ashes by Saltyhalibut

A horrible story for horrible people

A narcissistic idiot breaks out of his family home in search of fame and followers. Follow him and his hateable gang on the long road to Calgary as they battle slavery, marital problems, drug addiction, and horrible animal abuse. Somewhere along the line, he also develops superpowers and the ability to talk to ghosts. Based on a true story. My . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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The Strange by Patrick Lewis

When the Superpowers come back, things get Strange.

The Strange is the story of Goldberg on a summer day when Sex, Murder, Cash Windfalls, Death, Explosions, Crime, and Superpowers run rampant in his normally weird and sleepy home town. The thing is, Goldberg wants nothing more than to hang out with his friends and generally disappear. That’s a tall order for the luckiest man alive when your face . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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A Band of Black by Thadd Presley

Noel has come to America from Wales to visit his best friend, Nick, at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee so he can spend the summer and play in a local metal band. He didn’t realize the excitement that was about to enter his life and before he knows it he is swept up and over his head. Come . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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TX History by R. Nephi Smith

A flare burns brightly tonight

Portillo, TX is a city of industry, fuelled by chemicals and ambition. It smells like money. Its citizens seek fortune, love, and truth. Rex is a freelance cameraman who discovers a secret. Heather is high school teacher who doubts the intentions of her holistic psychiatrist, but desperately needs to overcome a childhood trauma. Portillo is a city with two sides. . . .

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Westcall by Noah Axelrod

In 1997, a disparate group of misfits works on launching a new website in a suburban home in fictional Westcall, New Jersey. Westcall is also the name of the start-up company they form and the name of the project, which ends up being a primitive social networking site. Not everything goes smoothly, however: drugs, mental illness and romantic jealousy all . . .

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Mayan Calendar Girls by Team 2012

An Episode Each Week Until The End Of The World

A four book countdown until the Mayan Calendar’s last date, 20/12/2012. A rambling maze of several connecting stories, all involving some attractive young women and wild-assed guys. And all, without knowing it, in pursuit of the mystery of the End Of Time. The lovely young Mayanologist, the rapacious lesbian industrial spy, the ReElect Obama manipulators, the dolphin groupie, . . .

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Interesting way to read a story

By Linda Schoales, editor

Mar 1, 2010: “Mayan Calendar Girls” is a surreal collection of unconnected chapters that are supposed to make up a story, if you read enough of them. Each chapter is interesting and the characters are fun, but the point of view jumps between chapters and there are few linear links between them. If you don’t mind reading a story in bits and fitting the bits together in your head, you might find the story a lot of fun.

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Shoots out of the gate, trips over its own feet, falls asleep on the track

By TanaNari, author of Price

Apr 30, 2017: It opens with an incredible hook that held my attention from the beginning- and then the narration switched to another character, who I’m assuming was the main character. I say ‘assuming’ because he’s received the most story attention of any character thus far, and there are a dozen others sharing the spotlight.

From there, you have an enjoyable read, aside an excess of purple prose in the first couple chapters. For the most part the characters feel natural, the world is [more . . .]

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