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Brave Fighting Sun by Nick Millini

The Past and The Present

This is a story not about war or military, but how the world is affected after a long, awful war. When a threatening organization plans to disrupt the balance, how will the heroes deal with it? . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Two Worlds by BeamMeUpScotty

A military sci-fi web serial

Two Worlds is a military sci-fi web serial set several hundred years in the future. It will follow multiple characters in an expansive universe as they fight to survive where things aren’t always as they seem; or they are and they’re just s$#t out of luck. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Eagle’s Flight by Daniel E. Olesen

King, nobleman, knight, commoner - who will remain standing?

The Eagle’s Flight is a fantasy epic dealing with power struggles and intrigues in the Seven Realms of Adalmearc. Every character has their own agenda, using whatever means necessary to advance it. Everyone considers themselves their hero of their own story, but inevitably it must lead to clash, conflict, and war. More information, including a map, can be seen . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Rise of the Lord by Thunder Surfer

Gerald, born a Viscount’s son, spent most of his life since he was six as an enemy Duke’s ‘ward’, nothing short of a hostage. Until a shocking letter arrived requesting that he be sent back to inherit his father’s territory and title. Now he has to return and rule the ruin that is his family’s lands. Bandits roam and . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Heavenward on Golden Wings by LupineKing

Fly high and pray the sun not melt your wings

The world of Verre is a strange and wonderful place filled with strange, bewitching landscapes, hidden planes and daunting dangers. In the midst of this wonder and beauty is a harmonic anarchy. Earth and heaven lie opposed and mankind wars with itself as well as the fearsome beasts they live alongside. It is the right setting for myths and legends. . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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The Demon Rising by Tyomcha

There is a world that goes by the name of Verta. But alongside it, there is another world, too—one named Aead. In the world of Verta, on the continent of Aphage, various races thrive, kingdoms rising and falling as time flows and the eternal game of politics is played. Kings rule, and merchants trade, and farmers farm. Life is . . .

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Order and Entropy by K. Quistorff

For centuries there has been a tenuous peace through the ruins of the Corinthian Empire. One bought with the blood of countless thousands, and floundering in the shadows of a cold war fueled by magic, faith, and dragons. The memory of mages may be long, but time brings complacency, and ambition is a wolf ever circling at the door. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Commercial Novel by Anonymous

From desperation, art.

An experimental novel combining crass commercialism, reader response, and time-tested themes like love, fear, and desperation. . . .

A serialized novel, with no recent updates.
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Daybreak on Hyperion by Aorii

Does magic affect the evolution of human civilization and conflict?

Born into noble prestige and gifted with genius intellect, Pascal was a promising officer cadet who rose to national fame before even graduating. At the mere age of nineteen, he had everything a young man could wish for . . .  Except his habitual arrogance had destroyed every opportunity of a close friendship. Seeking a companion that would meet his protracted . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes monthly.
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Apex Predator by caerulex

Aliens, intergalactic space travel, mind powers, and adventure!

Earth is a fairly small place, but it’s all Bath has. It’s the only home he’s ever known for all of his 500-or-so-million years of life. One day, Bath realized his treasured Earth was being drawn into the next mass extinction ahead of schedule. So, fascinated by the humans and their quick rise to power (after all, setting off a . . .

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Broken Shores by Tom Dillon

The floating island of Ansau was created nearly 500 years ago to escape the Ve Cataclysm, since then it has drifted with the ocean currents in relative isolation, until now. Broken Shores is a big fantasy story told through a series of short stories. It is designed so that any of the stories can be read in any order, . . .

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Oathbreaker’s Price by Lisa Janice (LJ) Cohen

Lilliane Tor, a renowned empathic healer from Rimland, learns the cost of keeping her oath when she saves the life of Jahnissim Hal Zev, a member of the nomadic and insular Tisreen and becomes entangled in a diplomatic nightmare. A fugitive from her own land, and in search of her missing sister, she escapes to Tisreen with Zev and enters . . .

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NIGHT SWITCH

Unfocussed, but does improve

By Chris Poirier, editor

Feb 3, 2009: Night Switch is the story of three characters. Joe is a night watchman (or something) who spends all his working hours playing video games and ridiculing his girlfriend in internet forums. Marin is his internet-only, Establishment-hating girlfriend, who buys a talking book that she mistakes for an incarnation of God. Jason is a slacker script-kiddie/blogger type who works for the Department of Homeland Security and who ends up watching Marin for the government when she starts acting a little crazy at the behest of a talking dog she names Dax. [more . . .]

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ASA KRAIYA

If you like character-driven/personal development stories, this is for you!

By capriox, member

Dec 10, 2009: This story is the sequel to the Philosopher in Arms (also listed on WFG). asa kraiya can be read as a standalone, but both stories are equally great reads, so it’s worth it to go read PiA first.

I love this story. Karen has LOTS AND LOTS of writing experience, fiction and nonfiction, and it shows in the polished quality of her writing. It makes it easy to devour each post and then at the end, still be wanting more.

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