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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 . . .

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Dark Heights by C.D. Miller

A webfiction serial drama that casts uncanny shadows

Strange and terrible things are about to happen in the town of Park Heights. Nothing will be left untouched, no-one will remain unchanged. For Tess Bellamy, who grew up here but could never get away, the coming events will challenge everything she knows about herself, her loved ones, and the people of this town. For Gabriel Majeaux, a world-weary drifter . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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A Tail’s Misfortune by SME

For years Sora has been viciously harassed by bullies, being subject to physical, psychological, and emotional torture from middle school to high school. This, however, is going to change as Sora’s sixteenth birthday draws near; reality begins to twist as myths and legends surround her. She starts to change from a demure teenage girl to something else as she struggles . . .

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The Helena Chronicles by SME

Espers are really no different than humans; they look like any normal human and in general behave like any normal human. However, there are a few key differences. The max life expectancy of espers ranges from forty-five to fifty. They naturally have a knack for mathematics and are extremely intelligent in general, this because their abilities rely on the subconscious . . .

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Birthright by Ian Sime

For one hundred years, the nation of Vikaasthan has experienced a golden age of wealth, prosperity and culture. For a hundred years it has been the crown jewel of the world. Sabrina Bunahr, first and only daughter of Esteemed Maharaja Marthanda Bunahr and heir to the throne, is honoured to call it hers. But when she is tricked by . . .

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The Emperor by T. Penn

The Emperor takes place in an alternate version of Cold War-era America, in which Russia came out on top of WWII and now dominates the world economy. It follows a 17-year-old greaser, Jules LaTour, whose body has been taken over by an alien, as he battles a maniacal serial killer seemingly hellbent on making Ashford County, Delaware, a living nightmare. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Church by CL Stegall

It doesn't matter how many times you get knocked down. Only that you always...always get back up.

Army Sergeant David Stone is in the midst of a Court Martial. A death at his hands has led the court to request a psychological evaluation. Dr. Emily Laughton is a renowned military psychologist and she is assigned to Stone’s case. She has but one goal: get to the truth. Is Sgt. Stone a dangerous man? Is he a . . .

An ongoing scripted series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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Galico by Steven Marshall

Something stalks the back roads of Northern Ontario. A dark, twisted something with ties to forces older than mankind. For Caleb Chance, the nightmare began the day his fate crossed with that of Echo; a woman with a private agenda to be fulfilled no matter who gets in her way. Hijacked by Echo, Caleb is forced on a . . .

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Ride with Madness by psychmum

No one thinks straight in a heatwave.

Ride with Madness is set in the long hot summer of 1995. It opens with Helen Byrne, who yearns for personal freedom in her stifling marriage to the upwardly mobile Malcolm. Her compulsive involvement with ex-prostitute Carla and the flamboyant cult leader Addison threatens to tip all of them into the kind of madness where no one seems to have . . .

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Listening to the Other Side by Justin Woolley

A blog about talking to the dead

I never intended this story to be written, let alone shared on the internet. It was my friend Wally Sharpe who eventually convinced me otherwise. Relentless as always in pursuit of an idea, he argued that not only should I set the record straight about the events of twelve years ago, but that what happened to me was of deep . . .

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K2 by Geoff Wolak

The elderly owner of a Swiss bank has been murdered, the bank’s ownership diverted towards a retired British Intelligence officer. The bank comes complete with its own commercial espionage unit, now in the middle of a small war. No one is who they seem, and they all have an agenda. “Groups within groups, secrets inside secrets, lies on top of . . .

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Indigo by Ophelia Keys

‘Indigo’ is an ongoing gothic fiction story set in Melbourne, Australia. Indigo investigates supernatural occurrences. But her work takes a frightening turn when a strange being switches its interest from indigo’s client to Indigo herself. Stalked by her ‘follower’ she must delve back into her own past to find the key to her freedom. Many of the ghost . . .

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RIDE WITH MADNESS

Solid literary fiction

By Chris Poirier, editor

Nov 15, 2008: Ride With Madness—to date, at six chapters—is some very solidly-written literary fiction. The word that keeps coming to mind while I write this is "immaculate". With the exception of the opening few scenes, every word seems right—there’s nothing out of place.

The story begins when Helen, the taken-for-granted wife of a self-involved corporate climber, finds Carla, a young woman with a shady past, going into labour at a bus stop. Helen really doesn’t want to get involved, if the truth be [more . . .]

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LISTENING TO THE OTHER SIDE

Excellent Storytelling… and Successfully Creepy

By Scott Scherr, author of Don't Feed The Dark

Jan 20, 2016: Listening to the Other Side begins behind the scenes at a live show with psychic medium, James Erik, as he shows us from his perspective what it’s like to ‘bamboozle’ a sold-out crowd into believing that he is communing with their dead loved ones.

From the very first chapter, the author grabs and entices this reader, with an exceptional first-person narrative, and makes me feel like I was right there at the show as he educates me on how ‘hot and [more . . .]

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