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Tales from the Gas Station by Jack Townsend

At the edge of town, there's a gas station open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week...

Tales from the Gas Station is a blog about the run-down gas station at the edge of a small town, and the unnatural, supernatural, and downright weird things that happen there. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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The Warlock Ruthless by Megajoule

Always read the fine print.

Leslie Ruth is a burnt out mid-twenty-something who just signed a contract without reading the fine print. Now, he’s neck deep in a world of demons and black magic, working as a warlock in service to Gore, the god of pain. Other people might scream and run, but Leslie Ruth is having the time of his life. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Fake Geek Girl by Tansy Rayner Roberts

a magical rom-com about friendship, witches & geeky rock music

Hebe Hallow is used to living in the shadow of her sister, her best friend and their rock band Fake Geek Girl. But when a beautiful boy with a phoenix tattoo falls into Hebe’s life—and her sharehouse—she can’t hide from real life any more. Belladonna University #1, on the Sheep Might Fly podcast. . . .

A complete novel.
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Do It Yourself by BG Hilton

The South Hertling Chronicles

Somewhere in the depths of Australian suburbia, a battle looms that could shake the very foundations of the universe as the Handy Pavilion drifts towards open warfare against its rivals in the DIY Barn. Join the eccentric Pavilion employees as they live . . . learn . . . mangle the very nature of causality . . . and love. A fantasy/comedy/soap-opera featuring superheroes, ghosts, scifi, Greek gods, romance, giant . . .

A complete series.
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Hell’s Kitchen Sink by Hell's Kitchen Sink

The world's dark and full of terror.

It’s funny to think that the only reason the Earth is still around is because a ten-thousand year line of people stepped the fuck up. Modern fantasy, martial arts, hospitality, law, quarterly apocalypse, and a world that refuses to die. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Danbr & Burke by Edward Edwards

What does it mean when you get a cut you don’t remember getting? This is the story of Danbr, a painfully ordinary man who saves a strange creature named Burke from imminent death. As thanks, Burke gives Danbr a surreal new perspective on the world and gets him into all manner of zany supernatural biweekly shenanigans. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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The Other Kind of Roommate by Tartra

Violence well employed.

The Agents want to kill him: this is a fact that Alex has burned into his brain. Whenever he goes out, wherever he stops, they’ll be out there and closing in. He has to stay safe. No more standing out, no friends, no interacting, and no errands – which is exactly what he hasn’t been doing for years ‘cause Xander . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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The Night Blogger: Slim To None by Al Bruno III

Stalking a world of secrets and nightmares...

The entity has many names; Slender Man, Him, The Operator, Der Ritter, Der Großmann, Bundle, Domine, The Tall Man, The Thin Man, Der Schlanker Mann, The Spindly Man, Fear Dubh, Schlankwald, Tree Man, Slendy, Slenderman, The Pale One, The White King, The Priest of Nothing. Some say it isn’t real, that the Spindly Man is just a rumor started . . .

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The Night Blogger: The Graveyard Game And Other Cemetery Plots by Al Bruno III

Stalking a world of secrets and nightmares...

The Graveyard Game was a ceremony born of the Internet. As far as I was concerned it was half shadowy rumors and half outright lies, but the chatter on my blog had been enough to make me want to see a game for myself, even if just to debunk it. My name is Brian Foster and some people call . . .

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Magical Security Taskforce by Adam Pulver

Where the magic isn't magical and the reality is unreal.

An average boy at an average high school hooked up with the beautiful, popular girl. Until her dominating, evil sister used her powers at school to oppress him into submission. With help from his confident, sexy best friend, the average boy breaks his bonds for one day, only to have everyone exposed to a world of magic. There, the average . . .

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Curio Killed the Cat by Skyla Dawn Cameron

Urban fantasy without the angst...mostly.

Welcome to Curio Killed the Cat—an occult shop in Kensington Market, Toronto. Meet the employees (a lazy hoodoo spellcaster, a feminist succubus, and a snobbish Wiccan priest), their perpetually drunk (and confused) boss, and their strange customers, as they try to keep the shop from closing. . . .

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Stalking Shadows by S.A. Hunter

A sequel to Scary Mary

Mary’s back, and she has to help Vicky, her nemesis. While on a date, Vicky gets into car wreck that leaves her in a coma. Through dreams, she reaches out to Mary for help. Mary isn’t happy to help her, but she’s willing to do almost anything to get her out of her head. . . .

A complete novel.
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SCARY MARY

The Teen Years I Wish I’d Had

By Morgan O'Friel, editor

Aug 17, 2008: Scary Mary was one of the first online serial novels that I read, and it remains one of my favorites. Mary has a ghost for a dog, rebellious friends, and the coolest grandmother to grace the web serial world in quite some time.

Mary’s a strong protagonist with a quirky life. Even when she’s going through her hardships, she knows who she is and where she stands, and doesn’t change herself to suit others.

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DO IT YOURSELF

Absurd, but it works!

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Jul 28, 2017: Imagine a Home Depot, of sorts. Staffed by a retired supervillian, (mostly retired) a dryad, a Terminator from the future who has already prevented her John Conner from being born, and is just running the Kids Krafts section until Judgement day comes, a pair of twins, one dedicated to the light (who works in Lighting and Lamps) and one dedicated to the Dark (blinds and window coverings, of course).

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