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Elan Meets Rafa by The Mice

To free himself from his wealthy father’s demands Elan leaves everything behind to start a new life. He quickly finds that he is ill-prepared for the real world. He meets Rafa–a strong and resilient boy from a poor family, who provides protection for him. With Rafa and many new friends, Elan starts to find a place for himself in the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The Human Element by Lynne Kingham

In a war of gods and monsters, a hero's hope lies in the human element

Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. –Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare Since the 1980s, the Delta Division has protected the people of Earth from the veil of secrecy. Nearly a hundred years later, and their efforts have been brought to light. Heroes come forth, bringing hope, unity . . .  And destruction. . . .

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Love, Late by Kathy Wren

When Claire started sleeping with her best friend, she thought it was the first step to everything she’d ever wanted. Noah ripped that illusion apart with a few well-chosen words, and Claire fled their friendship – and the city – in the aftermath. Years later, she returns home for her brother’s wedding, but she’s not alone. Her relationship with . . .

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City of Secrets by Becky Munyon

To tourists, Caribou Canyon is an idyllic Colorado mountain town—one made even more enjoyable by the ghost stories told at local inns. But outsiders don’t know about the frequent disappearances and grisly murders. The residents know, and they might care—if these weren’t the things that made them some of the richest and most powerful people in the world. As the . . .

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Tell The Groom by Andy Cox

A romantic comedy not yet written

Andy Cox is a new English writer who specialises in funny romantic stories about unfortunate men. This latest novel “Tell The Groom” is Andy’s first created just for the Internet and will be written here over the next twelve months. Although all the characters are Andy’s own, regular readers of the blog will be able to leave comments and influence . . .

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The Dream Games by Dina Roberts

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

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The Runaway by Eliza Knightly

Sixteen-year-old Eliza has just been picked up by police, placed in the foster care system and deposited in Hope House, a group home for troubled teens. Her comrades are drug addicts, truants, and juvenile delinquents but blue-haired Dean shows her that she isn’t so different from the rest of the teens she lives with. When Dean asks her to run . . .

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Holly(Woods) by Naomi Laeuchli

...a serial novel of love, fame and betrayal in the city of angels.

Holly(Woods) is a serial novel following a young woman in her dream of becoming an actress. In the tangled world of fame and fortune however nothing is ever easy; nor is it in the world of the heart. Holly has moved to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing a film career. When she’s cast in a small role on . . .

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The Germhacht Episode by Ruth Lampi

The Germhacht Episode is the second book in the Blackfeather Chronicles. It involves art, spiritualists, tea cakes, demon artifacts, and the continuing adventures of the Blackfeather family and friends. . . .

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Letters To My Mother by Rebecca Heath

Kate is a college junior, a gifted student who skipped two grades in school, a naval officer’s daughter who’s lived in more places than she can remember. Shy and bookish, she’s never had a boyfriend, let alone been kissed or gone on a date. Kate thinks falling in love is something that only happens to other girls. David is . . .

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Price Breaks and Heartaches by Al Bruno III

The somewhat true story of how I barely lost my virginity, almost missed out on true love and nearly lost my mind!

The following story is true- except for the parts I totally made up. The names have been changed to protect the people I loved and to protect me from the people I hated. . . .

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Dawnwalker by Wes Boyd

College and the years just afterwards are pivotal for many people, having adventures and establishing their lives. It was especially true for Randy Clark and his three girl friends. They are very different people facing very different futures. Can their special friendship survive the problems and distances of the real world? . . .

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LETTERS TO MY MOTHER

A 1950’s College Affair, with Sailing

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jan 2, 2013: Despite the title, this short novel is mainly in first person narrative (as a memoir), rather than letter form. It will transport you to the University of Washington campus in the 1950’s, complete with the culture and mores of the day: Co-eds are required to sign in and out of their dorm and return to their rooms by 11pm; a male student warns Kate "You’ll become used goods!" However, she has her passionate affair with a married professor anyway. The story is told with so much sensitivity, yearning, and realism [more . . .]

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STEAL TOMORROW

Worth Following

By Sebs, member

Sep 20, 2008: Let me start by saying that I’m a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction.

Unfortunately, so are a lot of other folks; the majority of post-ac fiction is pretty trashy, cliched by nature, and boring. Steal Tomorrow is a pleasant exception – mostly.

It’s definitely engaging, and avoids many of the pitfalls of post-ac web fiction. It’s not too prone to purple prose, and the (17 year old?) protagonist is not portrayed as much [more . . .]

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