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Bard’s Log by J.Y.H. Zhu

[Basic Accounting and Records Device - Status: ONLINE]

A colonization mission has gone awry. The away team at PEATS (Proxima Environment & Atmosphere Terraforming Station PEATS) has been engulfed by a planetwide barrier. When the barrier vanished five days later, the SAS Hughes in orbit was suddenly struck by a surface-to-space laser-cannon. The survivors aboard the SAS Göttfried and SAS Protecteur learned that time had been accelerated on . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Babe Ruth: Man-Tank Gladiator by Dave Lerner

The exhaustively researched and completely accurate story of how Babe Ruth became the world's greatest man-tank gladiator.

In the year 4025 a priest tells the 2000-year-old half-remembered story how Babe Ruth rose from nothing to become the world’s greatest man-tank gladiator. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Hotfoot by Graham Harrington

Guilty by Association

Zach is a 22 year old chronokinetic who just got out of jail, after serving an 8 year prison sentence. Angry at the government for locking him away just because he COULD be exceedingly dangerous if he moved on from petty crimes, and disillusioned with the opportunities left for him he once again turns to crime. Max is 18 . . .

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Taurian Invasion by Scintor

An invasion can change a man, but people never change.

Earth is being invaded! Panic, scream, run about . . . pant, catch your breath . . . call your fiends and check your Facebook and Twitter . . . get bored with the whole thing then see what else is on cable . . .  The earth is filled with people and now things have come to earth who are not human. So now what? Does this mean that I still have to . . .

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Memory of AUSOS by T. E. Waters

a tale of love and mecha

The gods have abandoned the royal family of Nahwan. So it has been whispered since the war ended, almost two decades past. But royal affairs mean little to fifteen-year-old Intan Aghavni, who enrolls in the piloting program at the Royal Military Academy, pursuing the vague memory of a woman who saved her life as a child . . . . Until the . . .

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Solid Potential… Just Needs A Stronger Story

By Scott Scherr, author of Don't Feed The Dark

Jan 16, 2016: From the beginning, Hotfoot places the reader in the middle of the action through the first person narrative of a young street criminal named Zach Browne who finds himself in the middle of a fight with a superhero. It is clear from the start that Zach has special powers of his own, an ability to control time among other things, as the situation quickly ends poorly for him, landing him before a judge to be sentenced for his crimes. Later, we are introduced to Max King, struggling superhero with a [more . . .]

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