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The Hayfield Forever by Gary Rhoades and Alex Rhoades

comedy, mystery, attorneys, scam artists, poets, scholars, drunks, astronomy, insects

This is the website of a scam artist who sells what he calls Listinghumous Vanity Publishing (PVP) services to grieving families of unpublished writers and poets. He even works with a rogue group of UCLA literature professors to offer annotations. But he scams the wrong family and gets prosecuted by the Los Angeles District Attorney. He and the UCLA . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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Steampunk Alchemist by Tara Miller

The Adventures and Musings of Ms. Angelica Boron

After her herbalist mother’s death, middle aged Ms. Angelica Boron sells her family farm. She moves to St. Louis, Missouri and is immersed in a world of steam autos, Datamancer computers, and a blue haired tinker. Readers can interact with Angelica, becoming part of the story, as she explores alchemy, occult mysteries, and the missing half of her attic. . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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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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The Great Game by Tim Dedopulos

An interactive urban fantasy story where you choose what happens next.

‘The Great Game’ is a work of interactive fiction, a particpatory story where you’re in charge of what happens next. I write a bit. You tell me what happens next, then I go off and write that, and give you your next choice. I’ll let the narrator sum up the story : “I woke up in a deserted . . .

An abandoned novel.
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The Bitter Drop by Evelyn Isherwood

Long will winter keep the light of summer from the sky.

The star Ain sits at the centre of the universe. Orbiting it is the hollow world Mir, which conceals within herself an old god. The celestial abyss around Mir is full of spirits – the young shoggot, who freed themselves from slavery mere millenia ago. Their former masters, the fungal stareczi, still lurk in space, in the darkness between stars. . . .

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The Named by fallintolife

The Named is a superhero webnovel primarily following Aiyana, a college student who gets sucked into a world where names are everything and reality is nothing like what she was told growing up. . . .

An abandoned novel.

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Thomas Bleakly: PI by Robert Gryfft

Thomas Bleakly, Private Investigator is batflip insane. Sometimes it works for him, sometimes . . . not so much. One day a beautiful woman hires him to find her father. The catch? She’s a robot. Told from three perspectives, none of them necessarily trustworthy. Watch out for for nonsensical subplots, insane characters, and conspiracies that span whole realities. . . .

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Reverie Flight by Shaeor

Let me tell you a story about you.

The dead are waking. They are taking to clouded flight, westward as the wind carries. They cannot stay, they cannot relent. The sky is an ocean, the mountains a pit, the dark is a light. The waters provide and the king is dead, the sun so long hidden by the moon. Hear the music of the spheres and fly. Now, . . .

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Hi-Five by P William Ross

Desmond and Jason, twin super-powered teens, have to grow up fast to defend Earth. They’re joined by three other kids of the fabled Guardians Society to combat global villainy. The rules of heroism change as the torch is passed down a generation. . . .

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An Agent of K.Oss by Mark Bryan

Nick’s sister has been murdered, he’s failing in his studies and now the girl he thought the love of his life has dumped him. He’s about to discover just how much worse it can get. In a world run by dark forces, Nick’s only hope is someone far worse. A story of gods older than the universe and impossible . . .

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Nano by Kyler

sci-fi, futuristic, nanobots, superheroes, superpowers

They say evolution is no longer possible. That the human race has stagnated. Physicality no longer plays a role in modern survival of the fittest, so what’s left to change? Makrotech has developed a revolutionary type of nanotechnology, designed to usher in a new age of humanity. To force the evolution. 18 year old Rhea and . . .

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Autonomy by Wijbren van Tuinen

In the year 3000 humans are colonising the galaxy. They are taking the vast frontier of space and are segmenting it, culturing it and constricting it. Autonomy Jones, mercenary and bounty hunter, refuses to accept this. Together with Tommy, her robotic partner, she drifts through space from planet to planet and station to station, accepting any job that will keep . . .

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CARDINAL MEADOWS

The Fixer-Upper from Hell….no, Heaven!

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Dec 29, 2012: Been reading too much depressing, dark, horrific fiction lately? Then you might want to cleanse your palate with this charming, easy read. The first chapter is a little confusing as it starts and ends with events that apparently had several years between them, but the tale quickly hits its stride and keeps the reader clicking to the next chapter to find out what outrageous situation Leonard will encounter next. The writing is not particularly polished but has plenty of energy and humour. The quirky characters are distinct and unpredictable.

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ADDERGOOLE

Mysterious and different

By swin, member

Jul 15, 2009: I was unsure about reading this story after reading ToMU and seeming countless stories about going off to college, but decided to give it a shot based on the reviews posted. It was definitely worthwhile and different enough from other coming-of-age stories to be original. The three main characters are rather serious, level-headed and complex, and the world they enter is mysterious with a sinister edge that colors their interpersonal relationships with the existing community and their growing self-knowledge.

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