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23 Pangbourne Place by A. A. Roi

A Darkly Satirical Urban Fantasy Series

The shit, blood – whatever – is about to hit the fan . . .  It has been almost thirteen years since a terrible inferno took the lives of Johnny Smith(formerly Hutchison)’s friends and fellows trying to enact a dangerous spell to raise the devil to grant them special powers. Things didn’t turn out so well, as John was the only survivor. . . .

A serialized novel.
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Tokyo Demons by Lianne Sentar & rem

Illustrated light novel

Written by Lianne Sentar (Tokyopop, Seven Seas) and illustrated by rem (Tokyopop, Yen Press) in the style of the Japanese light novel/manga, this story follows Ayase, a young woman who can turn her body into a swarm of insects, and Jo, a young man with a talent for charm and pickpocketing, as they enter high school and are subsequently dragged . . .

A series.
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Cultivating… Dungeon? by RexZShadow

He was once hailed as the Sage Emperor, although not the strongest in the world, he was the most knowledgeable. People traveled great distances to seek him for help with their cultivation. One day he suddenly died in an ancient ruin and when he thought it was all over he was given a second chance. He reincarnated, not as a . . .

A serialized novel.
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Starwalker by Melanie Edmonds

A ship's log, as told by the ship

The Starwalker is a starship with an experimental star-stepping drive. Designed to use the gravity wells of stars to fold space, she can travel between star systems faster than FTL. That is, if they can get it to work. She is run by a sophisticated AI who doesn’t always follow her programming. She has only just been born, and . . .

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Alice Through the Prism by Bridgett Kay

“The closer I look at the world, the weirder it gets.” Alice, a student journalist, believes that good writing should be uncomplicated. Unfortunately, the world she must report is much more messy. Now she must make sense of a school filled with cheer-leading gurus, cyborgs, alien abductions, and rogue AI. . . .

A serialized novel.
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The 14th Princess by Rhoda Penmarq

Fourteen young women are engaged in a novel writing contest. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Babylon Road by Noah Brown

...the start of a strange and wonderful journey

YOU ARE HERE . . . The story opens with these three words suspended in a sea of blackness above Karen St. John as she wakes to a place of unknown origin. In her everyday life, Karen is a parole officer, spouse, friend and closet drug addict. Up until this point she’s been grappling with her inner demons but nothing can prepare her for . . .

A serialized novel.
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Terra Fabula by Derek Jacobs

A foxen alien attempts to live in a universe that won’t let him die in peace.

Set in the modern era, Terra Fabula follows Jadyn Tzeki, a timeless alien researcher and jack-of-all-trades, and Tarioshi Kitanaka, a century-and-a-half-old mortal kitsune. After a suspicious attack fails to claim their lives, the two, along with Jadyn’s lunatic AI, discover that many strange things have been afoot while he’s been away. . . .

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As They Walk Among Us by William Long aka Weeble

This story takes place in a world in which the demon gates have opened and destroyed just about every human being on the planet. Demons walk with the living. What humans are left are either hiding or fighting. Some have taken upon themselves to learn Demon Artifacts and mastered using them, and gained the names of “Witch”. The story . . .

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Unsavory Types by B Knight

Dark Comedy Serial Webisode

Eddie, an ordinary guy, with an ordinary life in an ordinary world decides one day he is tired of the ordinary life. He makes a brash decision to try serial killing on for size. Eddie fails miserably and in the process hooks up with a group of new friends whose lives are less than ordinary are happy to take the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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The Last Skull by Robert C. Rodgers

Teenagers. Super-heroes. Explosions. Time-travel.

After her mother died in a car accident, Sue Daysdale never expected to stumble upon the family secret—that the mild-mannered soccer mom who taught her how to dance, sing, and properly dress a wound was the Skull, one of the most legendary (and terrifying) super-heroes alive. Now, saddled with an unpaid mortgage, a drug-addicted guardian, and a basement full of . . .

A complete novel.
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Mulberries on the Edge of Forever by Brad Boesen

A Serial Novel Unstuck in Time

A paperboy is inspired to experiment with time/space after a mysterious apparition interrupts his morning route. Now he’s got a time portal. All he needs to do is figure out what it’s for. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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THE SICK LAND

Creepy and Compelling

By David Demchuk, editor

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THE SICK LAND

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Jun 30, 2015: The Sick Land is a story that grips you, and doesn’t let go until the end. It creeps you out to the point you don’t want to click the "next chapter" button, but you do anyways out of morbid curiosity. And then you regret it. Not because it’s bad, but because the next chapter is even creepier than the first.

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