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Station151 by Andy Scearce

Wayne Robertson is an astrophysicist at a radio telescope array in Antarctica who intercepts a series of transmissions from over half a billion light years away, and 176 years into the future. It is through these transmissions that he discovers the existence of Maxim Akihiko Broussad, a deranged genetic hybrid named Spegg, and a wealth of new technology that will . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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Dirigible Ditties by Samazing

A variety of short narratives revolving around central storylines, as written by Samazing. Fantasy, science fiction and even a touch of dark humor will feature prominently. Expect violence and intrigue as believabe characters penetrate the mystery and corruption of the author’s mind. . . .

A collection of stories.
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The Know Circuit by Gary A. Ballard

A serialized cyberpunk blog novel, The Know Circuit by Gary A. Ballard is the sequel to Under the Amoral Bridge. Artemis Bridge is the connection for all your illicit needs. But when his bodyguard’s grandmother goes missing in a mysterious explosion in Boulder, Colorado, Bridge is forced to ditch his self-interest to help a friend. But as they approach the . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Orivar: Deep Black by Rotaidem

Atara Korrell, a retired Navy captain, is called back into service after a gifted scientist loses everything. Is Atara serving her country? Or is she just a pawn in a great game? Orivar is a web novel series set in the distant future. Humanity has all but mastered the exotic material known as omnium, the most common of . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Tales of a Retired Cyborg by Justin

Follow retired free agent John Doe, once known as The Angel of Death, in the underworld as he tries to navigate his retirement and the consequences of his life as a free agent. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Venators by Joseph Taylor Hu

The Hunt For Taylor

Set in a futuristic scene, where after the fall of America due to Civil War, a country known as Scotham is established as a kingdom. Set 20 years after the last Insurgency, Taylor, a teenager working for the Venators, a hidden organization believed as merely a conspiracy, is betrayed by his own friends, and hunted down relentlessly by the Overseer, . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Barghest by Susan Amund

Earth has had a bloody, disastrous first contact with an alien species, and humanity barely managed to survive their victory over the invaders. The planet had been struggling: wars, famine, environmental and industrial disasters, and achievements in science that came faster than morality could catch up. After the repulsion, advanced alien technology was reverse engineered to allow a massive leap . . .

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Shadow serial by Novagirl93

Vai Ma’amaloa is 17 years old, and his father has just accepted the position of Chief Science Officer aboard the G.E.V. Shadow, a retrofitted warship tasked with exploring the unknown reaches of the galaxy. Now, Vai will have to come to terms with leaving his old life behind. As he forges new relationships aboard the Shadow, and tries to . . .

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Starwalker by Melanie Edmonds

A ship's log, as told by the ship

The Starwalker is a starship with an experimental star-stepping drive. Designed to use the gravity wells of stars to fold space, she can travel between star systems faster than FTL. That is, if they can get it to work. She is run by a sophisticated AI who doesn’t always follow her programming. She has only just been born, and . . .

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The Manifested by Matt

A beacon of civilisation shines brightly on an island chain, surrounded on all sides by forces that would wipe away the last of humanity. Avaria stands firm against The Manifested, twisted beasts that would see humanity dead. A fresh class of recruits seeks to join the rangers, a specialist unit tasked with scouting the continental wastes and giving advanced warning . . .

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Up in Space by A. A. Roi

The Satirical Space Adventure series

Iain Compton didn’t plan to be abducted by an alien spaceship. It just . . . happened. And now he’s been awakened 22,000 years in the future and half a galaxy away by a pair of oddly human seeming aliens and a space ship A.I. that seems to have more than a couple screws loose. His plan is to find a way home, even . . .

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The Galactic Series by Chelsea Tractor

Millions of years ago, millions of parsecs from Earth, two galaxies in the Virgo Supercluster collided. Nearly two million years from now, however, two civilisations – the Shango and the Qareen – each dominating half of the resulting collision, will fight the brutal Intersection Wars for dominance of the galaxy. Yet it’s what will come afterwards that will prove to . . .

A collection of stories.
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DIRIGIBLE DITTIES

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By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Jan 10, 2009: Zed-26 was the first of the story lines that I read. The first installment (And To All A Good Night) was my first encounter with Second Person Narrative, which simply means that the character is addressed with second person personal pronouns such as "you". It’s not commonly used, and it was refreshing to see it here. The second-person style also lent the writing a unique rhythm and flow, which served to be very engaging as a reader.

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STARWALKER

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By purplepooka, author of Bad Influences

Jan 30, 2013: This is an intriguing and rewarding read, for a lot of reasons. The ship’s voice is engaging from the start. Some of the other characters take their time establishing themselves, but I immediately cared what happened to Starry and her cranky engineer, and wanted to keep reading. Mystery and intrigue are introduced at just the right pace, and developed with subtlety and some very clever and unexpected twists. Descriptive passages are used sparingly and effectively, with a convincing command of the technical details that manages to avoid incomprehensible jargon. Most [more . . .]

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