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Frotwoot’s Faerie Tales by Charlie Ward

The Seelie and Unseelie Courts are at war. On one side: Noble knights, fighting for freedom. On the other: Not-so-noble terrorists, fighting for the right to rule. Caught in the middle: One very confused, very LOST teenage boy. His name is Frotwoot. He’s a faerie. And this . . . is his tale. (Hence the, uh . . . hence the title.) . . .

A serialized novel.
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To Be Human by Cait

Gothic horror novel

Bloody earth follows a mysterious, unnamed protagonist during the tumultuous time following the second rebellion of the simple Old Country folk against the empire of Mallogal. However, this world is not as simple as good and evil; both countries have their heroes and villains, even the protagonist who the Old Country townspeople suspect of being their prophetised hero has more . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Unnatural Things by E.L. Drayton

A miracle, a curse, or unbelievable?

What would happen if Alfred Hitchcock were to wake up in the Twilight Zone? In this unnamed town, X does just that and shares with me alone all he sees and meets. He’s unable to escape and neither am I as I share all the stories he shares with me. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Song of the Phoenix by Queendrops

She was the eldest daughter of the Huang’s general household, Huang Baihe. Known for being the infamous good-for-nothing useless trash. She was looked down upon by everyone and ultimately died pitifully by the hands of her fiancé. She was the 25th century most deadliest assassin – quick, precise and efficient. After coming in contact with a mysterious artifact during . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Manifested by Matt

A beacon of civilisation shines brightly on an island chain, surrounded on all sides by forces that would wipe away the last of humanity. Avaria stands firm against The Manifested, twisted beasts that would see humanity dead. A fresh class of recruits seeks to join the rangers, a specialist unit tasked with scouting the continental wastes and giving advanced warning . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Coma Imprisonment: Revolutions by Anthony Kim

What if all killers were struck down by a coma?

On August 8th, 2026, all killers are struck down by a coma, never to awake again. From that day forward, killing another human being is unavoidably punished by falling into a coma. The many scourges of the modern world come to a halt as anyone who kills another human being instantly falls into the Coma Imprisonment. All wars . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Death’s Door by safra

This is a story about a girl who dies and wants to find out why

Inez Walker is running away from her problems, pretending like they don’t exist. This is working great for her until she’s unexpectedly murdered on her way to work one morning. With many regrets under her belt and a growing suspicion that something is horribly wrong, Inez teams up with a pair of disgraced grim reapers to uncover the truth . . .

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Everybody Loves Large Chests by Exterminatus

Large chests are said to encompass all manner of hopes and dreams. Men covet them. Women envy them. But one fact holds true – everyone wants to get their hands on some big ones. The same holds true for one intrepid adventurer – a strapping young lad by the name of Himmel. Armed with his grandfather’s trusty longsword and . . .

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Fortress Seven by Kyleli

You're no Hero.

Two thousand years ago, a nameless hero sacrificed himself to save the world. And with his sacrifice came a world filled with Orbs – powerful naturally occurring sources of magic. His seven companions, his seven fortresses returned to this changed world, splitting it into seven kingdoms, changing it forever. Exactly two millennia after the incident, the world remains heavily . . .

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Newshound by M.T. Bade

Stories of a Werewolf Journalist

In a world where wereseals run for Congress, wizardry requires a professional license, and much of modern technology runs on souls, Heather Stone is a werewolf and a journalist intent on sticking her nose into every bit of trouble she can find. Newshound follows her account of her life and exploits as she struggles to navigate the dual complexities of . . .

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The Zone by Typist kid

A sci-fi story set in the 32nd century. John had been lying dormant for two years. He was preparing. For something big. Something that would engulf the entirety of the galaxy. But he knew it wouldn’t be enough. Whatever he did, it wouldn’t be enough. The Event was inevitable. So he decided to live as much as . . .

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Noli Me Tank in a Mall by Carlo Marco

Alternate history fiction LN style about the Philippine Revolution

Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo are important cultural works that exposed to the populace the abuses and the injustices of their Spanish colonial masters. The execution of their author, Jose Rizal, sparked the Philippine Revolution. Now let’s see what happens in this fictional world if we give it the Light Novel treatment and jam the Internet into their . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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THE NEXT GENERATION

Definitely not Star Trek

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Dec 17, 2008: As a reader, there was nothing wrong with The Next Generation. The pacing was okay, even if it was stalled with some boring farm expositions that I didn’t find remotely interesting.

The characters were okay. Judith’s mom, who would prefer her paralyzed daughter to stay at home an invalid the rest of her life, was extremely annoying. It wasn’t just the fact that she was an idiot (which most of the characters did not hesitate to point out), but most in [more . . .]

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LOVE DRUG

A promising story

By donutguru, author of The Rat Messiah

Nov 13, 2016: This story starts with a text message exchange, which is what drew my attention. It’s a good idea, and it has sparked some ideas for me in my own writing. Along with the texts, there’s pictures sprinkled in here and there to give a feel for the setting. Personally, I like that.

The story is still relatively short, and it didn’t take me long to get through the first five pages. Here’s what I can say. The writing is very clean [more . . .]

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