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Not All Heroes by Rhodeworks

Not all apocalypses are cataclysmic

The year is 2061. The Golden Age of empowered heroes ended in the cataclysmic fires of The Collapse. Costumed demigods brought the world to a dire precipice and individuals and institutions are still picking up the pieces, still walking the precarious tightrope of a world-shaking paradigm shift. The world is not as it once was. The relics of the . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Inheritors by Megajoule

A clone of the greatest super ever, with only a fraction of the power.

Gabe is a clone of the greatest superhero in the world. He lives in the gutters of Houston, hiding from agencies that would liquidate him, and trying to live up to the legacy that Megajoule left behind. He bleeds in dark hallways, he breaks bones over little girls sold into sex slavery. He wonders: can he make a difference . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Domina City by Discar

Superpowers and biotech.

Domina City. “The City of the Lady.” Built on a trash island in the West Atlantic by the labor of white-collar criminals, paid for by the United States and the Vatican, Domina was meant to be a beacon of hope and prosperity. A test, proving that criminals could be put to a better use than clogging up prisons. Thirty . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Agents Provocateurs by Tama Wise

In the near future, New Zealand is the Free Republic of Oceania. In a world of mega-corporations, where mankind has harnessed the computational power of the human brain, a golden new age of utopia is but a few elusive steps away. This is the story of the Agency that is working to stop it. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Nomad Project Series by Nick Millini

In inceptum finis est.

In the year 2038, the city of North Brook is under siege by a malicious organization bent on revenge. One man, Jack Nomad, is determined to find the leader of this group as he looks for the answers regarding the disappearance of his friend. Other characters join along, including the quiet Kira Young, who has a secret of her own. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Specimens by Resheet Schultz

Not everyone chooses to be a supervillain.

Not everyone chooses to be a supervillain. Lisa Bennet is just an eighteen year old girl living under her the thumb of her drunken abusive dad. Then, one night she finds herself with the power to control plants and with it, the power to change her life. She becomes a fugitive from justice, on the run one step ahead of . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Kat and Mouse: Guns for Hire by Abner Senires

When the going gets tough, the tough shoot back.

It’s 2042 in the California Free State metroplex of Bay City. Kat and Mouse are a pair of ronin—guns for hire—trying to eke out a living. They have the skill. They have the will. And they have the bad habit of getting in over their heads. Which usually means run-ins with rival ronin, punkergangs, the mob, the . . .

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Mavericks by Joker

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

It’s 2023 and they say Blackburn is on the upswing. They say that the Rust Belt is becoming the Tech Belt. But hundreds of thousand still languish in poverty. Crime is omnipresent and the light at the end of the tunnels seems like an illusion. To prevent a slide back into the bad old days, four unlikely heroes will . . .

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Home of the Brave by Eleanor Roth

The War has come to America...

The war has come to the United States – desolation is everywhere. Neighborhoods have small pockets of civilians, holed up in homes and abandoned buildings, struggling to survive as the war wages on just beyond their front doors. Follow the journey of one group of survivors from Portland, Oregon as they try to make their way in a barely recognizable . . .

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One Hell of a Gap Year by ToWitToWhom

A tale of an abducted human who must learn to survive in an alien environment. Abducted at the beginning of what was meant to be her gap year, our protagonist is immediately thrust into an arena where she is forced to fight for her life. . . .

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Exodus by Soteria Thomas

Exodus is a story of a disenfranchised people who seek unconditional opportunity and freedom on a planet galaxies away. There, they can live lives as Kinetics, free of persecution in a society leading the way in technology, protected by the watchful ALLs and their secret police group Aberrant Organization. That is until a dreadful attack on the capitol, followed by . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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The Union Creek Journal by Toby Asplin

David Johnson thought he was prepared to survive, but there are some things for which one simply cannot prepare.

The Union Creek Journal is a serialized fictional work about survival. The journal chronicles the struggles of the Johnson family to survive after a global economic crash in 2014 reduces the United States to 19th Century living. The Johnsons prepared, but survival is still difficult – physically and emotionally. Follow The Journal for almost-daily updates to the story of . . .

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KAT AND MOUSE: GUNS FOR HIRE

Quick near-future shoot-em-up

By Linda Schoales, editor

Feb 18, 2009: “Kat and Mouse” is a fast-paced, near-future web serial about two ronins, or street mercenaries, and their attempts to make a living. The partners take jobs as hired muscle or delivery girls, but always seem to run afoul of the street gangs, Mafia, Yakuza and other rival groups in the violent underbelly of Bay City.

The stories are narrated by Kat in a laconic, sarcastic tone somewhat reminiscent of Han Solo. Kat seems to be the brains of the pair and [more . . .]

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INHERITORS

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By Wayne Basta, author of Seraph's Gambit

Oct 22, 2018: This is a fun, dark, but not unnecessarily dark, and compelling story. Rogue superheroes try to save the world from Fear itself. It’s about identity and right and wrong. The actions flows naturally and allows you to easily visualize what’s going on. All to often fight scenes become a disjointed mess.

Worth a read!

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