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Hidebehind by Julia Kroll

Spooky sexy summer camp serial

Myra is a devoted girls’ camp counselor whose familiar summer routine is overturned when the camp converts from all-girls to co-ed. As the weeklong camp progresses, she begins to suspect that the carefree adventurousness of Alex, the new male counselor, is actually calculating endangerment of the kids. Yet as she increasingly fears for the kids’ safety, she also finds herself . . .

A complete novel.
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Water Water by Amanda Green

It's better in instalments...

When librarian Laura Poole sees something strange in the darkness through the window of a London Underground train, she never imagines that she’ll soon be stumbling across a hidden people living below the city in the network of tunnels known as the Riverways. Taken into their confidence she is drawn into their world and there she meets Joseph, the man . . .

A serialized novel.
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Don’t Feed The Dark by Scott Scherr

A zombie serial novel

In the pre-dawn hours on a Saturday morning, something malevolent has awoken, striking fear and terror into unsuspecting citizens all throughout North East Ohio. Former acquaintances, neighbors, loved ones—all at random—transform into flesh-craving monsters hell bent on devouring the living. Corpses are rising from their places of unrest. Nocturnal animal-man hybrids hunt in packs. The dead are awakening from within . . .

A serialized novel, updating Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Material Things by Kody Boye

The Online Fiction Library of Kody Boye

MATERIAL THINGS, the short fiction blog of Kody Boye, chronicles his writing career from its beginnings in 2007 and features complete works of short fiction. Ranging from horror, to magic realism, to dark fantasy, thrillers, to even contemporary coming-of-age and dark romantic fiction, the blog promises to provide bold new ideas that think outside the box. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Project Redemption by Joyeuse

Sometimes, all that stands between our security and a super-powered maniac, is another super-powered maniac.

Sometimes, the government needs a villain. That’s when they turn to Julia, leader of Project Redemption, a special organization that take incarcerated super felons and uses them in various covert activities. They may not be nice and they may not be clean, but they get the job done. Sometimes, all that stands between our security and a super-powered maniac, . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Agents Provocateurs by Tama Wise

In the near future, New Zealand is the Free Republic of Oceania. In a world of mega-corporations, where mankind has harnessed the computational power of the human brain, a golden new age of utopia is but a few elusive steps away. This is the story of the Agency that is working to stop it. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Nomad Project Series by Nick Millini

In inceptum finis est.

In the year 2038, the city of North Brook is under siege by a malicious organization bent on revenge. One man, Jack Nomad, is determined to find the leader of this group as he looks for the answers regarding the disappearance of his friend. Other characters join along, including the quiet Kira Young, who has a secret all her own. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Corridors Of Gunterlacs: ARC 1 by HoiHoiSoi

A story of 7 individuals trapped in a maze like bunker of a building. They must find a way out or risk facing death at the hands of a mastermind with a point to prove. Will they all perish in this odd experiment of a game or will their wit, cunning and keen understanding in science, logic and puzzle solving . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The Omega Child by DW Masters

On June 14th, 2015 at 5:25 am, a baby boy is born at a small hospital in Lancaster Pennsylvania. His birth is no different than the thousands of births that have come before him in that very same hospital, except for one thing: It is the last human birth. Anywhere. On Earth. Meet Derick Anderson, a former government analyst . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Too Many Humans by Jacob Rayne

Too Many Humans is a dystopian horror web serial which updates every Tuesday. It takes place in the near future where the results of over-population give rise to questions with brutal and disturbing answers. . . .

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Fight Crime! (A Love Story) by Kristen Brand

David Del Toro just wants to make the world a better place. It would be nice if he could find a way to do that without punching people, but as the superhero White Knight, that’s kind of in the job description. Valentina Belmonte, AKA the Black Valentine, has one small, simple goal: to be the greatest supervillain who ever . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The Piccadilly Detectives by James Woodall

Gay & Queer Detectives Stories in the time of criminalisation

It’s the Roaring Twenties. Homosexuality is a crime in Britain, yet London is home to a thriving queer underworld. In the bohemian bars, the Turkish baths and the public lavatories, gay men and women find love through secret codes and signals. But when your very existence is a crime, who can you trust if not the police? Hugo Fox . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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THE UNBROKEN CHAOS

Stark and CRAAZY!

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Mar 28, 2013: Whoa, I thought, reading the blurb for this story, assassin teenagers? Really? Yes, really. In this story, you don’t just suspend disbelief. Disbelief runs away and cowers in a corner, along with morality. The "good guys(?)" are worse than most bad guys. It’s its own breakneck, crazy, ultraviolent world. Well, maybe Tarantino would be at home there.

The narration is very spare and stark. For example:

"Piles of bodies in the streets. [more . . .]

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DON'T FEED THE DARK

Solid, exciting zombie story.

By Deadpansmirk, author of Desert Steel

Jan 18, 2016: Disclaimer: This review is part of a review swap. As always, I did my best to stay impartial.

Don’t Feed The Dark is a zombie story. And it’s a darn good one. The opening chapter is riveting and engaging. The characters introduced are interesting and fleshed out, meaning when all hell breaks loose, and it sure does, you already care about who lives and who dies. Which brings me to what I would consider Don’t Feed the Dark’s greatest strength: it’s [more . . .]

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