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The Westwich Writers Club by Trevor Belshaw

Serial about the members of a writing club in England. Stephen King is an aspiring novelist who joins his local writing club only to find it run by a bunch of pensioners who have no intention of bringing the club into the 21st century. Follow Stephen as he attempts to bring much needed change to the club while the . . .

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Zombie Glasses by Nimja

Through the looking glasses.

The odd tales of a pair of glasses on a zombie. It’s as simple as that . . .  Or perhaps not. In a fairly standard post-apocalyptic world, we follow the tales of, well a pair of glasses, while we as the readers discover it ourselves. What happens next, no one knows . . .  Not even the author. . . .

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Detling Adventures by Christian Neuhaus

Lake Wobegon meets X-Files

A humorous chronicle of supernatural occurrences in a small Wisconsin town. Featuring Lovecraftian references, classic monsters, and magic. . . .

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From the Journals of Bent Magnus by Milledge / Garduño

These are the journal entries of world traveler Bent Magnus.

A full understanding of Bent Magnus begins with his mind. Imagine if you poured the intellectual horsepower of Einstein, Edison, and Ben Franklin all into one man. Now imagine that the man wasn’t a total pansy, like those other guys, and you have Bent Magnus. Beginning with his birth at the “Fight of the Century” in 1910, Bent Magnus . . .

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The ABCs by Tony Monbetsu

Small-Town Japan can be anything but peaceful.

Moriarty Jackson is an English teacher in the idyllic Japanese countryside. Idyllic, that is, until he’s called upon to solve a heinous crime. Now Jackson will have to turn this sleepy town and upside down if he’s going to save the day and get the girl. . . .

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Kings and Monsters by Adah Biggs

A sideways fairy tale

When a monster decides to spare the life of a child, he changes the fate of kingdoms, curtails an expanding empire, restores a lost royal dynasty, and most especially, alters his own life forever. Ja’kh’redd, a monstrous Vidos, was out hunting when he came across an orphaned human child amidst the ruins of a recently destroyed caravan. Taking pity . . .

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The Plot to End All Plots by Craig Borysowich & Kevin Amery

Follow a tour-de-force satire that contains a cast of thousands in this modern day portrayal of a world gone slightly mad when the physics of time and space start to come apart.

Enter the modern day world as it suffers from a few physics glitches in time and space that are starting to spiral out of control and threaten to collapse the universe. Even the authors themselves get caught up with the characters in a mayhem of satire and the forces of Good, Evil and the somewhat neutral but no quite fence . . .

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SUPERMEGANET

Four Tweens and It

By Linda Schoales, editor

Jan 19, 2009: “SuperMegaNet” is the fast, zany story of four gifted 12-year olds who discover some software that takes chat to a whole new level.

The three boys and one girl are smart enough to be starting high school and worried about how they’ll fit in. They’re met on their first day at the school by a sarcastic, chain-smoking guidance counsellor, who gives them an assignment for their second. They are to hook up in a chat room, get to know one another, [more . . .]

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SIMON OF SPACE

A series of Fortuitous Circumstances

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Mar 29, 2010: Simon of Space is an engaging story. It has a strong narrative voice that draws you in and leads you along. The writer certainly has talent.

However, the story itself may not be the best display of that talent. It starts with one of the over-used cliches, the main character with amnesia. Other characters in the story even mock the narrator for his situation, which "only happens in the movies."

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