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Fishbowl by Anna B.

Like many teenage girls, Naomi Wada would do almost anything for the musicians she admires, but she gets more than she bargained for when her favorite band The Goldfish Technique’s bassist sends his strange friend Falcon to her door. Naomi and her friends from the band’s online forum the Fishbowl must work together to uncover the mystery behind Falcon and . . .

A serialized novel.
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aka by Cy

Everyone Wears a Mask

Since the 1960’s, the public has known of the existence of metahumans. Individuals with extraordinary abilities were appearing with ever-increasing frequency. Some saw their power as justification to force their will upon the canvas of the world, but just as they came against humanity, some stood against them. These individuals were branded as heroes; protectors of mankind. The fight is . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Trilobite Park by BGHilton

The South Hertling Chronicles 3

The Australian suburb of South Hertling has known its share of misfortunes—supervillain attacks, unexpected time rifts, attempted robot uprisings and crashed spaceships, to name but a few. But finally the suburb has some good news! It is opening day of a new attraction in which for the first time ever, the public can see extinct creatures in captivity—Trilobite . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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blacklight by T.K. Jarrah

a matter of light and death

So here’s the deal. My name’s Kihri Vyas, and I’m dead. That’s not really important, it happened ages ago, but it’s good to have the context. Anyway, me and my sister Zarah (the only person who can see or hear me) have basically been on our own since I carked it, surviving on the streets of Kaila, and sort . . .

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Unnatural by Angela Armstrong

Neith is pretty much waiting to die. Rigid controls and an abundance of technology contribute to some semblance of order for those who remain in the last clean city, Feichangbei. While the epidemic is over, the survivors’ victory is only temporary. There have been no living births in 16 years. The third generation numbers less than 2,000, and the third . . .

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What Side Didn’t Know by ThePlaneskeeper

Reincarnated by a “goddess,” and waking in up a cult of tree worshiping hippies, Tristain must figure out how to make by in this new world learning to use strange magic-like Runes. While getting kicked out of the cult was not his first choice of an adventure, at least he’s not alone. Follow Tristian and his party as they explore . . .

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Hidden Forge: Lucem Ac Tenebras by AstralTempest

When a near future Earth becomes connected to a medieval world of magic, a man must forge a future for himself amidst the chaos.

For Ian Hayes, your average 26-year-old security guard, waking up on time for work is his toughest daily challenge. When a mysterious portal appears in his bedroom one morning, he dives right in and discovers a new world. However, not everything is as it seems in this beautiful world. Although he devotes himself to achieving his ultimate goal of becoming . . .

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The World Falls Up by darkrie1475

A story of a boy and a girl… and a black hole that reverses Earth's gravity.

Welcome to Earth. Every day, when the sun comes up, the Hole comes up as well- a massive, scientifically impossible black hole that reverses the gravity of Earth. Mankind has been decimated on the first day the Hole appeared. A boy and a girl wander through the wilderness of this new Earth, searching for the girl’s brother- a man who . . .

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Beyond The Impossible by Fabio Furlanetto

A weekly series of science fiction, mythology and super-powers

Teenage Noriko Null is chosen by the goddess Athena to become the smartest person in history. She will try to make the world a better place, while also fighting Greek gods in space with her own superhero team. . . .

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Cruise Control by Zephy669

Zak Sykes is a shifter. He can shift objects using the power in his heart known as eks. He gained this power when he was twelve years old on White Valentine’s. On that particular February 14th a massive white light engulfed Downtown York, destroying everything and taking the girl of his dreams from him. Now, six years later, Zak, along . . .

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Beyond Pacifica by Liss Thomas

Delphina’s life dissolved the day her mother threw herself into the ocean, never to return. She finds meaning in life working for an elite group of scientists and time travelers, bringing back extinct species from the past. In search of an extinct amphibian, Delphina’s journey back in time starts with a disastrous explosion that will destroy a fragile ecosystem . . .

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Much Ado About Bluebottles by Frances Pauli

When Tr’lia and Lili run into two Plant milkers at the annual festival, Tr’lia quickly loses her heart—and as far as Lili’s concerned, her mind. If Tr’lia’s mother finds out what sort of man her daughter’s clucking after, she’ll go into a full blown moult. Still, the young hen can’t shake the milker from her thoughts, even if his job . . .

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CORVUS

Weblit, in every sense of the term

By Eli James, editor

Aug 30, 2010: "Listen, sugar, some things never change. Once a nigger lover, always a nigger lover. Only now they call them augers."

I have put off writing this review for the longest time. I finished Corvus at the tail end of 2009, and then had a few conversations with Lee, its author, not too long afterwards.

"What did you set out to do?" I asked.

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TRILOBITE PARK

Yar, here be comedy more riveting than the titular creatures!

By Joker, author of Mavericks

Jan 31, 2019: The first thing I should note about Trilobite Park is the formatting. It’s not the easiest read due to the navigation of the site being a little wonky, and there are enough grammar errors that BGHilton should go back and proofread.

The story itself has a very esoteric idea behind it but the writing is very simple and streamlined. Descriptions are crisp and give us just the right amount of information. Infodumps are non-existent, with Hilton expecting you to have read [more . . .]

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