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Shallice and Morband by Andrew

Paltrus, the prince of the powerful nation of Dhelian, is sent by his king to resolve a dispute between two neighboring kingdoms, but the dispute soon expands to the far reaches of the world. The ancient lost city of Arrburdak is believed to be found. Its secrets, “Potential unknown and power unused,” may soon be rediscovered, and the two kingdoms . . .

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The Darkened Corner by Tom Hamilton

The Darkened Corner covers seventeen years in the life of a traveller, conman, self-hater and hard-drinker, and his continuing obsession with his childhood crush, Katie Rose. Tom Hamilton’s fragmented story is delivered in short, sharp bursts of prose. . . .

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The Sea Lies After Death by Aubra Penner

A tale of intrigue set in a sea of ghosts.

Vera Langstrom, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, is dead. She finds herself in the depths of the ocean, where lost souls wander unguided in dangerous and unbalancend afterlife. . . .

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Murkland by Chris George

The longest night of the year just got even longer...

For four strangers living in the Scottish city of Devara the longest night of the year just got even longer. As the fog rolls in and the lights are go out they find they must stick together to face their own personal demons, as well as the demons of the city’s terrifying past and soon, they will question the very . . .

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The ABCs by Tony Monbetsu

Small-Town Japan can be anything but peaceful.

Moriarty Jackson is an English teacher in the idyllic Japanese countryside. Idyllic, that is, until he’s called upon to solve a heinous crime. Now Jackson will have to turn this sleepy town and upside down if he’s going to save the day and get the girl. . . .

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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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THE HOLE IN THE WALL

A good short read

By Paul Samael, member

Feb 5, 2014: A good short read, cleverly told from 5 different perspectives but with a dark undertone to it, this reminded me in some respects of Ian McEwan’s "The Cement Garden."

I would have to respectfully disagree with the reviewer who found it hard to follow. Yes, it does require your concentration and you do find yourself re-reading bits to check you "got everything" – but for me, the spareness of the writing was a strength not a weakness. Anyway, it’s free, so [more . . .]

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