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Railroad Train to Heaven by Dan Leo

The supposed memoirs of Arnold Schnabel, a brakeman/poet recovering from a mental breakdown in the quaint seaside resort of Cape May, NJ, in 1963. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Side Quest by Lyn Thorne-Alder

It’s going to take all month to get from A to Z.

Raizel just wants to get to the capitol to pay her taxes and register her family for the census. Somehow, that’s going to take all month. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekdays.
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Eikasia by Illise Montoya

An adventure of love and magic.

On a tower of metal and light, a girl faces an uncertain future. Awash with the tears of gods, a warrior stares down the universe. Together they journey across dangerous lands, to spare the world a demon’s madness. Romance and dark fantasy blend together in this interesting tale about the things we see and the things we don’t. Eikasia—Sometimes, . . .

A serialized novel.
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Aethernea by Cloe D. Frost

Adventure. Mystery. Romance. Two mages. One Academy. Lots of trouble.

In the world where everyone can perform magic, where quest seekers, treasure hunters, and enchanters are common professions, and where mage duels are the most popular form of entertainment, Kiel is a “non-mage” – a person who doesn’t have the aptitude to use magic on a regular basis – until he meets Elaru- a mage of mysterious origin, who . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Travels of Nillian the Writer by yemors

The Travels of Nillian the Writer is a steampunk-inspired web-serial. It is set in an imaginary world where the technological advancement went a bit different and steam power is the main source of technology. In this world we will follow the travels of Nillian, who is trying to find out what happened to Dr. Biene, the world’s foremost steam . . .

An ongoing scripted series, with new episodes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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The Glass Thief by Samuel Chapman

Daring heists. Brutal deserts. Love. Revenge. Lobsters.

When Staever and his gang of lobster thieves—second-in-command Wrest, lookout and strategist Emaria, demolitions expert Arcite, and martial artist Eventhe—hijack a land vessel hauling precious glass to the wealthy center of The Eye, they expect to once again fence the loot to the crooked Gattick and call it a job well done. What they don’t expect is to discover an . . .

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The Wind and the Horizon by Maggie Derrick

Sequel to the award-winning book, “The Star and the Ocean”, book two of the Starborn Series picks up with May and Em as they make an adventure out of evading the Loyals. But as Em’s past catches up with the girls their desire for freedom, and their relationship with each other will be put to the test. . . .

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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 . . .

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A Paleolithic Fable by S Shane Thomas

Dangerous magic wielders invade the stone age to replace humanity with a species fit to serve their kind. One man was sent to stop them and a group of misfits join the struggle for existence. Archaeology and cryptozoology meld into high fantasy. . . .

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Kingdom of Etraus by J.L. V'Tar

Life can be rough in a broken world.

There are many tales to be told in, and this is just one. In a broken fantasy world, reclaimed by nature and overrun with beasts, normal people try to live their lives as best they can. When the mistakes of one person intertwine with the mistakes of another, things only get more complicated. . . .

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The Elemental Union by Shanna Bosarge

The demon army of Abaddon is flooding the mortal world. Sterling must find a way to stop the influx of evil.

Orphaned at birth and raised in a hostile foreign land, Sterling must journey across Taaneri to find her origins and help save her people from the evils that surround them. With the help of the Veillen Warriors Sterling must push back the demons of Abaddon and stop the Severon from their quest to control the demon army. . . .

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A Town Called Disdain by Dan Leo

A sprawling fantastic tale of the ’60s, supposedly written by “legendary” B-movie director Larry Winchester. . . .

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TIMELY PERSUASION

Unfortunately, I don’t need more persuasion…

By G.S. Williams, editor, author of The Surprising Life and Death of Diggory Franklin

Oct 1, 2008: There is a too-often cited "writing tip" and that is "show, don’t tell." The idea is, you write a scene to "show" readers what you mean, instead of "telling" them.

So, in simplistic terms, you don’t tell them "he was a nice guy," you show a nice guy:

"He stood up on the bus to let the little old lady take his place, and then he carried her groceries."

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THE GLASS THIEF

A tale that combines lobsters and fantasy in fresh, fantastic way

By tripleblacktri, author of The Eternity Acts

Mar 22, 2017: The Glass Thief is a wonderful story that I’m glad I stumbled upon. The author states that this is unlike anything you’ve ever read before. And he is correct. It is 100 percent not an exaggeration. So if you want to read something different, this is your serial.

What makes it stand out? Well, the characters all are all lobsters and it works wonderfully. Besides being lobsters the characters are interesting and unique. They would work even as humans, but their [more . . .]

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