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The Star and the Ocean by Maggie Derrick

May is an outsider seeking redemption on her island home. Em is an alluring stranger with an incredible secret. When May discovers Em washed up on the beach, it sets in motion the unraveling of everything she thought she wanted. But as Em’s past starts to catch up with her, May finds herself facing a difficult choice: . . .

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The Crush by azcetera

After a year, Kelly and Amber are ready to get back at the world.

Elemental magic, alternate history, and a couple of friends with a point to prove. After a year, Kelly and Amber are ready to get back at the world. The Crush is an urban fantasy novella about a couple of friends struggling to make good on a promise—it just so happens that promise involves putting their lives and careers on . . .

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Fictdoodles by David Wilson-Burns

A blog for very short fiction, the odd poem and the occasional illustration

I write a flash fiction piece every week for #fridayflash. Some humorous, some dramatic, some speculative. I also include poems and original illustrations. . . .

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City of Angles by Stefan Gagne

a web novel series of living a life amidst the twisted yet familiar

Buildings next to buildings, askew or aligned. Buildings sometimes intersecting buildings, for that matter. Walk down a hallway, end up in a ballroom, double glass doors to a subway station, third exit on the left goes to a dentist’s office. Probably wouldn’t want your cavities filled there, mind you. There’s no rhyme or reason to any of it—we’ve got . . .

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How Do You QA Test a Tsundere Android!? by DarkClaymore

After finishing his first degree in Computer Science, Nick now searches for a job in the hi-tech industry. His attention is drawn to Anomalia, the company developing the most advanced androids in the world. Blessed with the curse of finding uncanny flaws in every product, Nick aims to become a “Quality Assurance” tester. It’s a safe job, where he . . .

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The Northern Caves by Nostalgebraist

An online message board devoted to a cult fantasy author wrestles with his baffling final book. . . .

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Secrets and Skin by Amy Notdorft

Since losing her ability to sing, Selene Kondo has existed in limbo: juggling part-time jobs, avoiding her family, and watching the last of her friends drift away. When her friend’s going away party turns bloody, she is thrown into a supernatural conflict she never dreamed existed. Her loyalties divided between a red-haired stranger and a charming cop, Selene must . . .

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The Red Door by Jaskaran Singh

It’s last call for lost friends, as Jack stages a five year reunion hoping to encounter once familiar faces and see if shared experiences from the past still resonate in the future. . . .

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The Rat Messiah by Adam C. Richardson

Who knew the end times would be this much fun?

A cataclysmic event tears the fabric of reality apart. But the world doesn’t end as all the prophets predicted. Instead, it gets a whole lot stranger. In a bizarre landscape of mishmash realities, Eddie, Ruby, and a handful of their friends seek to understand what became of the Earth they once knew. They hear rumors of one who will . . .

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Magician’s Merger by Xenophon Hendrix

Eleven-year-old Arthur wakes up to find an ancient wizard sharing his brain.

Arthur is living in an alternate North America in which the USA never broke away from Britain. The technology level is mid-1970s. One day, Arthur wakes up and finds an ancient wizard sharing his brain. It is a growing-up story, at least for now, and meant to be episodic rather than tightly plotted. . . .

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Breathless by V. J. Chambers

Who is Jason?

Jason races into Azazel’s life—sweaty, tortured, and hunted by covert forces. Even though her football-player boyfriend doesn’t like it, Azazel is drawn to Jason. He’s so complicated. He gets in fistfights, but always wins them—efficiently and thoroughly. He reads Plato and argues with their AP teacher. But he’s also quiet and serious, haunted by a past he won’t talk . . .

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Simon of Space by Cheeseburger Brown

Simon Fell has awakened at a foreign star with no memory of his former life. He stands to inherit the legacy of a self he has never known. In a complex and frightening world of pioneer planets, clashing cultures and esoteric robots, one lost man will face a battery of tribulations, from his ignorance of basic customs to his entanglement . . .

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ALICE AND KEV

Machinima. Without Video.

By Eli James, editor

Oct 2, 2009: Caveat: Alice and Kev isn’t strictly Web Fiction. It’s an experiment in storytelling, part Machinima, part web comic, held together loosely by the kind of blog-prose you find in picture-heavy commentary blogs.

The premise, from the blog:

This is an experiment in playing a homeless family in The Sims 3. I created two Sims, moved them in to a place made to look like an abandoned park, removed all of their remaining [more . . .]

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DOMINA CITY

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By Taulsn, author of Reaper

Apr 15, 2016: I’ve been reading Domina City for a surprising amount of time now. Every update is of consistent quality, and generally on time, that’s a big plus in it’s favor. Like G.S. Williams said in 2012 it’s a RPG world, and that hasn’t changed. Lots more powers have been added, and there was supposedly a massive upheaval politically. The problem is I didn’t see that have much of an effect in the story, and that’s the problem. Despite how much has happened in the story, with the exception of maybe two [more . . .]

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