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Online Fiction Part 1

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This is the first of what will likely be numerous posts that will introduce to you, the reader, to good serial fiction. In this first post I will be listing five good serials that I believe are worth checking out. The following list is a mix of different genres and style, but I think you’ll appreciate them as much as I have.

  1. Riders of Darith: Riders of Darith is an action-packed fantasy adventure featuring a host of wonderful characters and a rich plot.
  2. The Astonishing Adventures of Lord Likely by A.D. Fanton: Lord Likely is your not-so-ordinary aristocrat. The stories are funny and full of enough silliness and butler beatings to keep you giggling long after the piece is read.
  3. A Dancing Bear by David Free: This humorous tale of what a man might go through to impress a woman who doesn’t know he exists, is one that anybody with a dark sense of humor and some knowledge of Aussie slang will no doubt enjoy.
  4. Fire in the Void by Elaine Corvidae: Science Fiction action adventure featuring great characters and plenty of twists.
  5. Kat & Mouse by Abner Sinires: Anime-inspired future where two gunslinging mercenaries do odd jobs requiring the skills of investigators who can also wield a weapon in battle.

There are lots of other worthy titles to share with you, but the above should start you on a fantastic literary journey. Stay tuned for further installments.

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Reader, Writer, New Media Buff, Anime Fangirl, Gnome Hunter, Last Action Femme Fatale, Appreciator of Nature, Jack-of-all-trades.

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