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The Unbroken Chaos by Alex Davidson

Two assassin teenagers discover that their first hit is a miss, and they attempt to kill her again, which sets off a chain of events that sends them on several adventures. . . .

A complete novel.
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Holly(Woods) by Naomi Laeuchli

...a serial novel of love, fame and betrayal in the city of angels.

Holly(Woods) is a serial novel following a young woman in her dream of becoming an actress. In the tangled world of fame and fortune however nothing is ever easy; nor is it in the world of the heart. Holly has moved to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing a film career. When she’s cast in a small role on . . .

A complete novel.
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Bad Influences by Emma Pooka

Bad Influences concerns the devastating spread of a fatal pandemic flu virus. The story is set exactly thirteen years from now – the posts and comments will go up in real time, on the same dates and at the same moments that the characters will post them in 2026. The story is told simultaneously from the viewpoint of four major . . .

A complete blogfic.
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Kyrus Talain by Shirley Meier

How to get a message off planet, and keep from being wiped out.

Kyrus Sr. is now ‘His Radiance’ and suddenly aware that his world is enormously bigger than he thought. He has to take his people . . . all of them . . . from low-tech to a high tech society to re-join a galactic civilization. The problem is that the Chairman of the planetary board believe’s he’s the sole owner since he bombed the Lainz ancestors out of . . .

A complete series.
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White Leaves (E.L.F. #1) by Michael P. Ness

Mankind stands upon its own terminus, heedless of ruin.

Shannon isn’t the best advocate for the salvation of mankind. Misanthropic, rebellious and a teenage heiress to a natural resourse corp, she joins the Earth Libertaion Front (E.L.F.) in the pacific northwest to become an eco-terrorist and save the world from mankind’s wanton nature, but when captured by the FBI she discovers the true protectors of the Earth (real elves) . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Alnos Arrival by Guielaine Fiezmont

Wrongly believing that his infant daughter Socorro has died, Raymond kills himself on Earth, only to be brought back to life on Alnos by the child’s mother, his Alnese lover Leila of Pallas. During his recovery, Raymond’s preternatural visions about Alnos’ frozen past bring him to the attention of the planet’s ruler, Lady Ciani, who asks him to become her . . .

A serialized novel.
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Letters To My Mother by Rebecca Heath

Kate is a college junior, a gifted student who skipped two grades in school, a naval officer’s daughter who’s lived in more places than she can remember. Shy and bookish, she’s never had a boyfriend, let alone been kissed or gone on a date. Kate thinks falling in love is something that only happens to other girls. David is . . .

A complete novel.
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Caelum Lex: Trials of the Dionysian by Hayley Greenhalgh and Jenn Bane

Leta Adler is a young, well-bred Vescentian doctor who suddenly gets plucked off of her home planet by the unregistered criminal rustbucket, the Dionysian. The rustbucket she finds herself on belongs to the notorious weapons-dealing, smuggling and recklessly mad mercenary , Fiearius Soliveré and his younger brother, acclaimed engineering genius and unappreciated mechanic, Cyrus, both exiles from their home planet . . .

A complete series.
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After-School Detectives by E. H. Lau

~ Solving mysteries after-school! ~

Seventh-grader Sheryl Holmes loves mysteries, and she’s decided to start a new club after-school dedicated to solving mysteries. Dragging her friend, James, into the club, the After-School Detectives help their classmates solve their problems and their mysteries. . . .

A complete series.
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Rema by Amy Kim Kibuishi

"The City of Water is an old place full of dark secrets. I brought you here to find that darkness, and illuminate it."

Rema: a distant world of magic and beauty where the gods are slowly dying. The City of Water is held hostage as greed becomes the standard and a race of elemental demigods are suppressed for their powers. It would seem all is lost if not for the chance estrangement of a singular Earthling girl. Her search for answers surrounding . . .

A complete novel.
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Cardinal Meadows by Noel Goetz

A Journey of Faith in a new place.

Leonard Sommer’s story is similar to so many today who finds themselves under-employed, under-funded, and after moving back into their parents homes- ‘under the gun’ to leave. One night, Leonard happens upon an internet advertisement for a home and apple orchard which he believes to be a sign from God. Believing that this is the answer to all his problems, . . .

A partial scripted series, with no recent updates.
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Earthrise by M.C.A. Hogarth

Merchant traders, pirates... and space elf princes.

Reese Eddings has enough to do just keeping her rattletrap merchant vessel, the TMS Earthrise, profitable enough to pay food for herself and her micro-crew. So when a mysterious benefactor from her past shows up demanding she rescue a man from slavers, her first reaction is to say “NO!” And then to remember that she sort of promised to . . .

A complete novel.
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BAD INFLUENCES

Subtle, clever, thoughtful, and surprising

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Feb 27, 2013: This is a true blogfic, not a first person narrative thinly disguised as a blog. The experience is more like watching a play than reading a novel. The stage is set by the four blogger’s pages, giving us an impression of each character before a word is read. Mei, the artist, has put up one of her beautiful watercolours of rooftops seen from her university dorm in Beijing. Jack, cartoonist, gamer, and American farmboy, has a comic with zombies eating cauliflowers. English-Iranian Ash, nurse and aspiring permaculturalist, is [more . . .]

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INTO THE MIRE

Steadily Solid Serial, But Slow

By Rhodeworks, author of Not All Heroes

Sep 25, 2018: [Review up to Chapter 27]

Overall, Into The Mire is a solid serial, free of many of the little bugbears that dog online works, although, perhaps, a touch slow. However, there’s something about Into The Mire that works against it, although I can’t quite put my finger on what the problem is specifically.

From the very first chapter, it’s quite clear that Canticle knows her stuff. The quality of the prose makes [more . . .]

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