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Redwood Crossing by kaleidofish

An Interactive Fantasy Serial

Redwood Crossing (RWC) is a fairytale-inspired fantasy series about two girls who should hate each other. Ellie’s the heiress apparent to Stockbrunn, a town at odds with both the nearby wolves and itself. She’s too busy dealing with her own affairs to notice how it’s falling apart. Shreya’s caught up in her own world too, trying to escape and reject . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Marked by Lyn and Cal

a reader-driven fiction serial

A bright, younger noble daughter, Nilien wakes up one day after a mysterious accident to find a vivid red symbol on her hand and a fox familiar at her feet. Now a Rune, she has to leave her school and friends behind to attend the Imperial Academy at Reinmonte – the only institution for training Runes in the whole of . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Survivor’s Trust by Ellen Seltz

What if you lost everything you ever wanted, and had just one chance to get it back?

Survivor’s Trust is a legal drama about a hotshot young attorney who wants the high-powered career she trained for, despite some terrible choices. Now a single mom, she’s returned to her Southern hometown to build a life and provide for her daughter. Outwardly, she’s full of ambition and hustle, but the shameful secrets in her past make her vulnerable in . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The Raven Haired Rogue by John Zakour

Zachary Nixon, the world’s last freelance PI and his holographic assistant HARV search for the mysterious Raven Haired Rogue . . .  . . .

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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The Quest of Sir Cadagon by The Naive Student

This is a story of the Quest of Sir Cadagon. Based on the painting from Harry Potter (Sir Cadogan), it is the struggle of a knight and his fat pony traveling through world famous paintings. They search for their Painter, in order to find their purpose in life. The plot develops, it is voted by the readers. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Dream High School by Josh Powlison

A slice of life, mass interactive, minimalist web serial (whew!) about a high schooler who takes night classes in shared lucid dreams. You can help decide what happens next! . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Journal of the Living by John Moralee

The journal entries of Ben Smith - survivor of the zombie apocalypse.

Ben Smith is a survivor of the zombie apocalypse, telling his story in a series of blog posts. Some of his blog entries will feature a poll where he asks for advice, with the results changing the outcome of the story. . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Theatre of Horrors by A.M. Harte

Live or die - the choice is yours.

You’ve heard the stories, been warned about the monsters living on the surface under the unrelenting glare of the sun. But nothing could prepare you for the dangers of the outside world. Forced to brave into a theatre of horrors, every wrong decision could be your last. Theatre of Horrors is a choose-your-own-adventure story set in the same universe . . .

A complete novel.
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Wish Fulfilment by Gregory Taylor

Two investigators, one problem...uncountable wishes.

The Epsilon Project has determined that an evil object is granting wishes – on a fantasy world. Two people who function well without technology are sent to investigate. Can they get along with each other? Will they find the object, and is it really evil? Also, seriously, who runs this Project?? . . .

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The Great Game by Tim Dedopulos

An interactive urban fantasy story where you choose what happens next.

‘The Great Game’ is a work of interactive fiction, a particpatory story where you’re in charge of what happens next. I write a bit. You tell me what happens next, then I go off and write that, and give you your next choice. I’ll let the narrator sum up the story : “I woke up in a deserted . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Mind the Thorns by Rob Osterman

The tale of Regan Fairchild: accountant, bachelorette, and vampire.

Regan knew her day was going down hill when she said “I Don’t” while all her friends and family expected to hear “I Do”, passed a middle when she found herself attacked and killed outside her favorite pub, and hit rock bottom when she awoke in a coffin still in her wedding dress. Follow her exploits in the weekly web . . .

An abandoned novel.
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COMMERCIAL NOVEL

Great Concept, Better Execution

By Chuck S-L, member

Jul 11, 2010: "She needed a story that others could slip into, a story that would overflow its sentences, a story like love."

Metafiction is a hard thing to do right. It’s easy to lose your reader in experimental nonsense or lugubrious faux-Borges prose. When the metafictional conceit is a commentary on the financial reality and dynamics of online fiction, it has even more of a chance to appear crass and ill-tempered. The percentage of low-quality attempts in this genre only make the exceptional [more . . .]

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