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Interviewing Leather by Eric Burns-White

An online classic of superhero prose, “Interviewing Leather” is the story of Todd Chapman, a journalist for an alternate world version of “Rolling Stone” called “Amplifier” who does interviews with musicians. Everything changes when his editor calls him in—not to do another celebrity interview, but an interview with a supervillain named Leather. It’s safe to say that it . . .

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When the Deep Purple Falls by E.A. Aymar

When the Deep Purple Falls is a story about a hit man who has lost his girlfriend, his job and soon, maybe, his life. It’s a comedy! Not really, but it has some funny moments. This book is a prequel to my novel being published later this year. . . .

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The Hole in the Wall by Clare Fisher

Told from the point of view of five contrasting narrators, The Hole in The Wall is a funny, touching and satirical tale of suburban disharmony. . . .

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Advent by Krishan Coupland

Ten-year-old Luke has always idolised his mother. She is strong and defiant and unafraid. She never lies to him, even about the things that matter. She couldn’t be more different from his soft and doting foster family. When his mother arrives unexpectedly at his bedroom window one winter night, Luke doesn’t hesitate. He joins her, and together they run . . .

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The Silver Ring by Robert Swartwood

17-year-old David Beveridge is in the wrong place at the wrong time. When a gunman storms into a convenience store demanding money, he becomes spooked and shoots the cashier before shooting David. Only David doesn’t die. Neither does the cashier. She dies, yes, but David manages to bring her back to life. How? With the help of a . . .

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Consider What Becomes of the Ashes by Pixelnyx

A steampunk fantasy of morality, disillusionment and unlikely companionship.

Fleeing his war-ravaged homeland, young Noah arrives in Imperial LaGatta, the city of his boyhood dreams. Vowing never again to fight, Noah earns his wage as a sex worker, but does not know what he wants. For years his life is sordid and downbeat, his aimless longings repressed by his experiences and the rigidly tiered LaGattan class system. Noah . . .

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The Doctor’s Assistant by Laura Fischer

When you dare to ask for help, sometimes you get more than you expected

Where do you go when there’s nothing left? Bron and Calea are on the road to the only place Calea firmly believes still has magic: the megalopolis of Thyrion. Along the way, though, they need some patching up. In the small town of Averieom, they find assistance—and more than they bargained for. Young Nyasha Cormorin has been assisting . . .

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Defection by Taulsn

We would appreciate it if time travel, interdimensional invaders, and all the fairies would kindly get stuffed

Alecia is smart, driven, and . . . bored. She is one of the best at what she does, and this is not a good thing given the sheer capacity for chaos she is capable of inciting. Jessica is a dangerous fighter, with a troubled past, voted most likely to shoot up the school. Prysim is very likely the smartest super villain alive, . . .

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Nala’s Story by Mark Gardner

We all know Nala, is the associate of the Champion Standing, Shui, but why is she always at Shui’s side? How does a Nubian end up so revered in the Han Dynasty? . . .

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16Sunsets by Mark Gardner

All humans used to have super powers. Mutations in our genes hid these powers from us and the world. Every story or legend you’ve ever heard are of super powers. 16Sunsets tells the story of two people who realize they have powers and the way the world reacts to them. There are 41 installments ranging from 500 – 1600 words . . .

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Sand Castle by Ayami Tyndall

Innocent people are being condemned by unnatural misfortune. Dylan Quale’s life has twisted into a chain of bizarre coincidences, but he only knows what’s happening from anonymous phone messages bearing strange prophecies. Probability is being distorted, and only Dylan can fix it, but the world is in flux and routes to survival are vanishing into impossibility. To regain the lost . . .

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Return of the Orange Virgin by Rob Hunter

Lechery, debauchery, total annihilation, blood and mud―the usual stuff as two prime movers contend for power. Not power to do anything in particular―threaten, coerce, destroy: illuminate a city, tighten the skeins of a siege engine, or wind up the bowels of a child’s clockwork toy―just power to have around. Just in case. Just the familiar, reassuring bulge of potential, there . . .

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INTERVIEWING LEATHER

Interviewing Leather (and Other Stories)

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Aug 11, 2013: I can’t claim this is an unbiased review. "Interviewing Leather" is one of the stories that made me think that I should try writing an online serial myself.

About six years ago, blog software made it obvious that posting a novel on a blog would be easier than static html pages. Fiction had been online pretty much since the beginning of the internet, but the maturing blogosphere offered a new option.

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INTERVIEWING LEATHER

What more can be said?

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Sep 22, 2014: Jim and Wildbow have it covered. This is an AMAZING story, well written, from a GREAT viewpoint.

Also on the same site is the sequel, Interviewing Trey, wherein our hero meets, well . . .  I’ll be honest. Its the Joker, under another name. And better written than I’ve ever seen the joker. (Imagine the unholy lovechild of Hamil and Ledger)

They are both good reads. Why are you still here? CLICK THE LINK AND [more . . .]

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