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City of Roses by Kip Manley

A Serialized Phantastick on The Ten Thousand Things & The One True Only

City of Roses is about what happens when Jo Maguire, a highly strung underemployed telemarketer, meets Ysabel Perry, a princess of unspecifiable pedigree. It’s also about hearts broken cleanly and otherwise, the City of Portland, Spenser, those moments in pop songs when the bass and all of the drums except maybe a handclap suddenly drop out of the bridge leaving . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Pure Fiction by Kathleen Maher

A collection of Flash Fiction and serial fiction by Kathleen Maher, author of Diary of a Heretic. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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The Outer Sphere by Macronomicon

Making plant-based magic powers cool again!

Garth Daniels is a down on his luck handyman in a quiet little town in the middle of America when our universe is co-opted into a war between an unstoppable race of reality-hopping monsters that feed on the flesh of living creatures, and a conglomeration of thousands of realities, nested inside each other like a matroska doll. We’re the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes thrice weekly.
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Drip-Fed by Funatic

A slime randomly falls into existence. Sapient and born with the ability to recreate parts of the things it feasts upon, the highly confused drop of primordial soup decides that the only real thing it can do is become the being at the top of the food chain. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Maou Shoujo Makoto Chaos by Meakashi

“It seems I was reincarnated as something that isn’t human into a different world . . . something that drains my SAN points when I look into the mirror . . . and as the child of the demon lord no less. A demon lord who eats humans. And makes me eat humans, too. This is a dream, right? Well, I’ll enjoy this craziness as long . . .

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Force of Fate by Jinxtigr

Deadly Pirate Kitten Girl

What makes a psychopath? Magarce is a psychopath—frightening, amoral, deadly, wanton—and a Nerre, a feline creature from a world of rigorous protocol and deeply ingrained civility. Force of Fate explores where she came from, follows with unflinching gaze as she pursues her bad choices into a world of deeper and deeper depravity and savagery—and doesn’t blink, even when . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Fury: Book One of the Titanomachy by J P Koenig

Blood begets blood...

When Karson and Ax find out that their foster father has been murdered, they are out for blood. Kabiri had been a reformed gangbanger, preaching to young thugs about how to do more with their lives. What Karson and Ax expected was to have to hunt down a gang. They didn’t expect to find a strange cult. They also didn’t . . .

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Banter by M.J. Moore

The art of conversation, sharpened to a point by a savoury serial killer.

Banter is the story of a prolifically talented serial killer, who wields wit and intelligence like knives. He’s witty, he’s handsome, and he’s everything they’ve always wanted; that is all his women know when they take him home. He is The Fickle Killer, and he has just wooed his latest victim. But what she doesn’t share during their razor . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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All Kinds of Things Kill by Robert R. Best

“All Kinds of Things Kill” is a horror anthology that contains 9 stories. The stories are gruesome, frightening, perverse, imaginative, and sick; in other words, they have all the elements that go into making a horror anthology a good one. So turn the lights off, grab a blanket, and get ready to enjoy some chilling tales. . . .

A collection of stories.
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Crank by Pia Veleno

Vampires are real and their hunters are made with one careless bite.

Crandall Jacobson doesn’t believe in vampires. His life is singing for Inertia Stand, a band he loves even if he hates the name. His best friend and drummer appears to have the same lust for music but Mike also has a secret: He’s a vampire hunter. When a routine staking goes awry, and a vampire sinks her teeth into . . .

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Daniel Undone by bipolar

Memoirs of a Maniac

Daniel was a good and steady guy. A faithful husband. A good father. He tucked his polo shirts into his dad jeans and got his hair cut for $11. A regular guy . . .  . . .  . . . .and a sane man. This is the story of his life-altering journey to the heights of bipolar mania and and his search for sexual freedom. . . .

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Orbital Academy by Maddirose

Halfway between a silver moon and a green tinged planet, five space stations hang in orbit. The men and women who man those orbitals live a life in constant danger, both from the threats of the dangerous planet below, and from each other. Orbital Academy follows the lives of some of those men and women, their highs and lows, . . .

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CITY OF ROSES

Beauty, grit, and song

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Sep 1, 2008: When I first I click on a link to web serial it’s without any intention of reading it right then and there. I just want to have a nose around the site, scan a few paragraphs, look at some pictures if there are any, and decide if it’s of interest to me and how soon I may return to read further.

I did that with City of Roses and after an hour found that I had read all of Act One [more . . .]

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CITY OF ROSES

Fairies invade my hometown! eek!

By MeiLin Miranda, author of The Machine God

Dec 6, 2009: I just started reading this, primarily because it’s set in my hometown of Portland. I’m not very far in, but I’m already hooked.

Con: It’s written in present tense, which is hard to pull off and usually annoys me.

Pro: Kip’s pulling it off, using it to write cinematically rather than dramatically, if that makes any sense.

If ever a town could plausibly [more . . .]

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