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Entirely Presenting You by Nippoten

Quietly, like the heroine of a horror movie…

Alexis is a girl at the height of her high school career, a social butterfly with no shortage of friends, popularity, or things to do on the weekends. Until she falls victim to a vicious attack, and is brought to the brink of death. She survives, but it soon becomes clear that she cannot return to the same life she . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Don’t Feed The Dark by Scott Scherr

A zombie serial novel

In the pre-dawn hours on a Saturday morning, something malevolent has awoken, striking fear and terror into unsuspecting citizens all throughout North East Ohio. Former acquaintances, neighbors, loved ones—all at random—transform into flesh-craving monsters hell bent on devouring the living. Corpses are rising from their places of unrest. Nocturnal animal-man hybrids hunt in packs. The dead are awakening from within . . .

A serialized novel, updating Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Dark Icon Original Fiction by Dark Icon

All of us, even the world itself, began in darkness.

Original works of fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Ten years of novels, short stories, and serial fiction. All free. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Inconsistent Pacing by Peritract

A collection of short stories and flash fiction. The stories tend to be dark, a blend of fantasy and horror. Topics include withered queens, tardy angels, and crawling things. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Material Things by Kody Boye

The Online Fiction Library of Kody Boye

MATERIAL THINGS, the short fiction blog of Kody Boye, chronicles his writing career from its beginnings in 2007 and features complete works of short fiction. Ranging from horror, to magic realism, to dark fantasy, thrillers, to even contemporary coming-of-age and dark romantic fiction, the blog promises to provide bold new ideas that think outside the box. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Chosen Shackles by Shaeor

The screen is running static. Face your shadow.

The future came in devastation, but we bury it in the lights now, to forget. It was better once, they tell us not to say. Now, at the end of our century, we’ve rebuilt. The city neon glows brighter and casts a shadow deeper on the world. This is just the beginning. In the Eastern Pacific, a sickness . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Tattoo by Candace McBride

Magic, murder, and monsters

Though pompous with its modern advancements, Sybar City has always fostered a seedy underbelly stretching back millennia. Glory, a humble scholar with a talent for occult research, is unwillingly thrust into this world of ancient malevolent races and scientific exploitation. A girl with issues, she would just as soon crawl into a bookshelf and never come back out, leaving a . . .

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Into the Mire by Casey Lucas aka Canticle

“They call it meldwood because it’ll meld with anything it touches. Other trees. Animals. Men.”

In the first years following a brutal war, residents of the Deel Valley struggle to recover. They rebuild their homes, replant their crops, and attempt to reconcile the past they long for with the reality they’re stuck in. Most of them seek, above all, a return to some semblance of “normal.” Others seek profit and adventure. Mercenary . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Underground by Ada Redmond

As any well weathered traveler will tell you, it’s usually best to abide by the rules of the places you find yourself in. But when the first rule is that no one still alive should be there, abandoning all hope may be the least of your concerns. When eleven year old Millie finds herself stepping through the dark and . . .

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The Vessel by Brian Martinez

The far future. Earth became inhospitable, the climate ravaged, disease and famine spread worldwide. After the oceans rose, the people of Earth sent a massive ship out into the stars to find a new home. Dubbed Ark One, it is mankind’s greatest accomplishment, a veritable living planet housing ten thousand people both living and cryogenically frozen. When a single . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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After Z-Day by Charlotte Donnelly

Rachel leads two lives—the one where she works in a café and gossips with her best friend Lucy, and the one where she’s a fervent animal activist, risking arrest with every new facility she breaks into. There’s something different about this job, though, something that doesn’t quite add up, but when Lucy goes missing, Rachel has more than enough to . . .

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Too Many Humans by Jacob Rayne

Too Many Humans is a dystopian horror web serial which updates every Tuesday. It takes place in the near future where the results of over-population give rise to questions with brutal and disturbing answers. . . .

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THE SICK LAND

Creepy and Compelling

By David Demchuk, editor

Aug 27, 2013: After seeing Billy Higgins’s review, I thought I would check out The Sick Land for myself—and his comments are spot on. The first entry in researcher Alan Case’s blog is so unpromising as to be amusing, but it’s not long before the shocks are coming thick and fast as Case’s fellow scientists become overwhelmed by the biological/supernatural blight that infects the area outside their research station.

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TIRED OF DEATH

D&D run by the NPCs

By Eldoran, member

Jan 8, 2010: This is definitely a funny must read for a D&D nerd. There are lots of puns on how the world is built and how players and dungeon master handles things. In this aspect it is very similar to several webcomics. Although I fear those that aren’t familiar with pen and paper RPGs, and more specifically D&D won’t find most things funny. I mean pretty much the whole fun is based on exposing the flaws of the system. Or an analogy is, if the characters of the holodeck in Star Trek [more . . .]

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