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Crowdog: Snowbound by A. P. Matlock

Good cop Leo Crowdog has a rough life. Or so he thought. After a fight for his life in a dirty alley, behind an even dirtier bar, a series of events are set in motion that cause him to question just how rough things have actually been. . . .

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Skies Unbroken by Michael L. Watson

Skies Unbroken is a serialized fantasy saga set in a world of endless skies, drifting isles, and continental plateaus rising above an impassable cloud floor. This is a world rebuilding in the wake of a grand empire’s collapse and the successor states’ failures. Airships of all kinds traverse these skies, crewed by all kinds of folk. But in the Northwest . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Jayson Agonistes: Breaking Hell by David Whitechapel

pulpy punky action fantasy

Jayson Agonistes: Breaking Hell is a serial action fantasy which follows a motley crew as they face off against demons, magic and monsters on the floating islands of TreArch. The last thing Jayson needed was the unwelcome attentions of angels and demons. But when the archangel Sariel “blesses” him with the order to take out . . .

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The Adventures of Einarr Stigandersen by Allene Lowrey

Einarr Stigandersen is the dispossessed prince of Raenshold, his father its landless Thane. They sail from port to port, leading a vagabond’s life aboard the longship Vidofnir, until a fateful battle with a demon ship and an unnatural storm send them reeling to Kjell Hall. A princess’ beauty and the Jarl’s wrath soon conspire to send Einarr on a series . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Fight Crime! (A Love Story) by Kristen Brand

David Del Toro just wants to make the world a better place. It would be nice if he could find a way to do that without punching people, but as the superhero White Knight, that’s kind of in the job description. Valentina Belmonte, AKA the Black Valentine, has one small, simple goal: to be the greatest supervillain who ever . . .

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Many Words by Jay Slater

A collection of short stories, from high fantasy to alternate-history 1920s pulp adventures to detective stories and war stories in a hard science fiction universe. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated twice weekly.
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Pulped! by Tom Tinney

These are the ongoing adventures of Redge and Kinky as they pursue and solve cases on Mars. “Sure, the hologram in the office door’s glass said “Detective Agency”, but my clients knew that it was just me and my office gal, Kinky (she’s an ex-holo-porn star). She was good looking, built like most men’s “dream girl” and just . . .

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CROWDOG: SNOWBOUND

Editor’s First Impression

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Jul 7, 2013: I enjoyed reading the first chapters of Crowdog: Snowbound, a story which begins by dropping you into the middle of a fight scene with the protagonist, police officer Leo Crowdog, battling a thug with a knife. The author has a fine talent for writing action-related scenes, which seem to be much of what the story is made up of so far. The story is relayed in an interesting sparse prose, which almost seems to comment on the rough world we’ve entered into, and the protagonist himself. It works well here [more . . .]

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SKIES UNBROKEN

Memorable characters in a unique and enthralling world

By Qorvus, author of Echo of the Ages

Jun 1, 2016: I binge-read the entirety of what has been posted so far, a not insubstantial amount, and am now eagerly awaiting the next instalment. As a fan of Firefly, I was draw to the Fireflyesque feel of the story, of a crew of misfits, each with their own secrets, flying about trying to make a living.

The difference though is that this isn’t set in space but in a rather unique – and enticing – world, one of floating islands set in [more . . .]

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