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Musketeer Space by Tansy Rayner Roberts

A gender-swapped space opera retelling of The Three Musketeers

Dana D’Artagnan came to Paris Satellite to become a Musketeer – instead, she became best friends with three of them: Athos, Porthos and Aramis. Now she’s tangled up in a world of swords, spaceships, zero-gravity sports, war, romance and inter-planetary politics. The solar system is on the brink of war, the government is dangerously unstable thanks to an inconvenient . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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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 . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Mythlings by Connor M. Perry

The Mythlings are a compendium of fantastical stories. Here, we aim to steep our stories in history, legend and myth. If necessary, we’ll create our own histories, legends and myths. The Mythlings are focused on telling small myths with a big impact. We update every Friday with a new story or opinion piece. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated weekly.
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The Misplaced Hero by Camille LaGuire

Alex is a perennial student, bored with life, a “misplaced hero” his aunt tells him. Then one day, when he tries to save his professor from drowning, he takes them both on an accidental trip to another world, one where heroes are needed. Alex may well have found where he belongs, but first he must to get his drunken professor . . .

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The Misplaced Baroness by Camille LaGuire

After escaping a near encounter with death, Plink (also known as Lady Pauline Anne Marie Tritt-Woolsey Beethingham Smythe, Baroness of Beethingham) goes on the run, dodging police, spies, friends and family alike—because any of them might be her would-be killer. (Old-time silent movie style adventure. The second story in The Perils of Plink.) . . .

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THE MISPLACED HERO

Almost in place

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Jul 9, 2012: A lot of the time rating a story is fairly straight-forward. You can tell right away when something is one or two stars, because it’s just that bad at a spelling and grammar level. Five stars stands out because right away it’s original, creative or just that darn fun to read.

But three or four stars can be really difficult to judge. There it becomes subjective—the story isn’t head and shoulders above the crowd, but it doesn’t suck either. If it’s [more . . .]

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