Webserials: Love, War, and the End of the World as We Know it

Web serials are sprouting up daily on the internet. To find (or promote your own) web serial, sites like  Muse’s Success and Web Fiction Guide are an invaluable help.  These are directories that post listings, reviews, and links to free, ongoing stories on the internet.

The Marradith Ryder Series has just joined Web Fiction Guide’s ranks. Yes, I’d love for you to vote for her at http://topwebfiction.com/vote.php?for=the-marradith-ryder-series . But other than that, I think you’ll really enjoy some of the great stories that I found there .

Fans of Zoe E. Whitten will find several offerings from her, including Zombie Punter, and Haunting Sins.

You’ll also find other stories like L. Lee Lowe’s sci fi tragedy/romance, Corvus (which is available in Podcast form for those who want to listen while working out or cleaning house). 

I am just starting to sink my teeth into Melanie Edmond’s sci-fi story Starwalker, about a ship equipped with artificial intelligence and apparently an organic sense of humor.  I’m also reading Ann Pino’s  Steal Tomorrow, about a group of teens trying to survive after a disease wipes out most of the adult population.

Above Ground,  Refuge of Delayed Souls, and  Street are among some of the “veteran” samplings here.

Give it a try, and if you like the stories, make sure you leave some comments.

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