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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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Static Breaker by Christian Martin

Static Breaker is a series of episodic short stories set in a near-future China. Caleb Wenright is being observed. Someone known only as Lucidity has shown an interest in him. He has no idea why – he’s just a normal 16 year old – but he intends to find out. Is Lucidity a hacker, a corporate thief, or something completely . . .

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Earth 2 by CJA Works

One day, a green light washed over planet earth, and many people had newfound powers. Follow Jude, Paul, and Vanessa as they test the bounds of their powers and help people along the way. The content ranges from PG to PG-13, with some language and violence. There will be uploads every Friday. . . .

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The Cities Eternal by Evan Murdoch & Ben Sousa

An Online Serial of Myth and magic in the Modern World

In 2022, a year of strange and terrible occurrences proved merely a prelude to an event of cataclysmic proportions. They were warning signs heralding the invasion of the legendary and the supernatural into the modern world. All the great deities and spirits from ancient myth and folklore thrust upon a collapsing world, and their resurgence shatters the boundaries between reality . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes 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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With Earth in Mind by J.E. Turcotte

As the years roll by, the world changes from that which we know. Even in spite of impressive new strides in technology and what long seemed a forgiving end to further climate change, the various nations and unions of the Earth . . . not to mention the land itself . . . still bear the almost incalculable burden of ever increasing human population. Bach Kanavagh, a quietly . . .

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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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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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KAT AND MOUSE: GUNS FOR HIRE

Hot. Damn.

By Eli James, editor

Oct 8, 2009: I enjoyed Kat and Mouse. Fast. Funny. Lots of blood between paragraphs. Read it while liveblogging at The Dispatch. Kept me entertained.

Damn.

Abner Senires has the skills. The chops, as they say in the biz. Writing reads snappy. Characters a little on the diptzy side, though. Lots of action. Good light reading. Very little commas.

Hard to imagine it as a book.

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KAT AND MOUSE: GUNS FOR HIRE

Action Packed and Fun Serial

By Frances Gonzalez, member

Oct 3, 2009: I appreciate a story about female heroes that don’t take any shit, and that’s basically what Kat and Mouse is about: two futuristic gun-toting, sword-wielding busty babes in the style of the Dirty Pair, wreaking havoc mission by mission.

The writing is very straightforward, more focused on action and dialogue than introspection, with sparse descriptions. The narration of Kat, laden with fluid slang, is on the mark, consistent and quick, and the highlight of the series. Kat’s relationships with her partner [more . . .]

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