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Enter the Farside by Saramoff

What was your experience?

Enter the Farside follows the story of Shaun Larson, a young man finding himself and finding this world. The earth he steps upon is not natural; every fibre of existence as we know it is tainted by the Farside, only a veil separating the world between it and another one of raw, incomprehensible madness. Humanity is far from such insanity; . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Levy by K. Adam Kunst

Alice Levy is an orphan who has seen some things that make living a regular life impossible. Hired by the mysterious Esther Lucas to come to Boston and serve as her bodyguard, Alice hardly has time to get settled in before being faced with a new threat. Someone is murdering people, draining them of blood, and removing their organs. Alice . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Chrysalis Experiment by Tim Noel

The first day of a new week dawns in St. Petersburg where siblings Mashka and Aleksei Sharov proceed with their academic lives. As the days go by, they become aware that they are being watched. Paranormal events wreck havoc on their lives, and they realise that they are not as human as they had always believed themselves to be. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Super by Palladian

Superpowers in a modern world

Like many, Lex McKilliam was a woman in search of a job. The one that came looking for her was like nothing she’d expected, however. Suddenly thrust into a world where everyone can do something a little more than ordinary, Lex manages to befriend her new co-workers while she works overtime trying to bring her own skills up to par. . . .

A serialized novel, updating monthly.
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Death’s Door by safra

This is a story about a girl who dies and wants to find out why

Inez Walker is running away from her problems, pretending like they don’t exist. This is working great for her until she’s unexpectedly murdered on her way to work one morning. With many regrets under her belt and a growing suspicion that something is horribly wrong, Inez teams up with a pair of disgraced grim reapers to uncover the truth . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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The P.E.T.O.W. incident. by Nagrij

People for the Ethical Treatment of Werebeasts.

A glimpse into a world almost like our own – save for one very important difference. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Call it a Mission by A. A. Roi

The Paranormal Mystery series

Palantine and Co. is an unusual company. But it seems attractive enough to out of work Gary Bellamy, with decent pay and a good benefits package. But things start to get a little strange. The CEO is perpetually out of town, apparently in search of ‘Enlightenment’. His co-workers are involved in research and investigations that appear to involve Bigfoot, ghosts, . . .

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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. . . .

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The Backwards Wheel by Patrick Gear

Chelsea Leigh is dead. Her killer confessed, and was locked up to rot. Nobody knows why he killed her. Well, there I told a little lie. This is the truth: The world really is the way you thought it was when you were very young. It’s strange and impossible, and sometimes it’s horrific. Our minds struggle to imagine . . .

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Ninja Training Gone Wrong

By Syphax, author of Stone Burners

Aug 2, 2014: This is a story that doesn’t seem quite committed to a genre. This is mainly devoted to victim empowerment, and that’s fine, though not necessarily my cup of tea. But wait! There are subtly super powered people (as the name would imply) in this universe, including Lex, our martial artist protagonist. Now things are interesting. But wait! There’s also this detective mystery thing that’s really at the forefront, not all that super heroics stuff. OK, that works too. But wait! Forget those last two things. All the characters are now [more . . .]

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