2013 List of Completed Serials

Free to read serials are listed below in alphabetical order (by title). Some serials may require registration at a site to view.

Capitol Offense Parts 1 and 2

by Kurt Stevens
Weblink: http://CapitalOffenseBook.com

Curveball Volume 1

by Christopher Wright
Weblink: http://www.curveballchronicles.com/

Hidden Volumes 1 and 2

by Colleen Vanderlink (author page:Amazon |  Goodreads )
Weblink: http://colleenvanderlinden.com/hidden/
Molly Brooks is a telepathic vigilante with a few secrets and a mysterious past. As she becomes more involved with Detroit’s other supernaturals, she realizes how little she actually knows, both about the city she protects and about herself.

Rema

by Amy Kim Kibushi
Weblink: http://remanmyth.blogspot.com
Tabetha Charon runs away from home and through a portal to Rema: a beautiful world where the gods are dying and a race of demigods are suppressed for their powers. Hoping to unravel the riddle of her father’s death, her journey leads her to a painful truth, to gods, magic, war, and to an enigmatic blue-haired boy who is at the heart of it all.

Super, Book One

by Palladian
Weblink: http://superwebnovel.livejournal.com/314.html
In search of a job, the one that finds Lex McKilliam is not what she expected. Thrust into a world where everyone around her can do something more than what’s normal for most humans, she and her new friends gradually find that the agency they’ve joined is not as advertised. They way out may be more than they can handle, however…

Tales of the Big Bad Wolf,  Volume 1 “Red Riding Hood”

by SgLee
Weblink: http://talesofthebigbadwolf.com/red-riding-hood-arc/
Elanore Redley travels north to see to her ailing grandmother. Her visit precipitates entanglements between a reclusive, mysterious Wolf and her childhood friend, Edmund, who is a hunter.  Fate attempts to draw the three into replaying a classic fairytale as the world slides into darkness.

Taylor’s Polynomials, Series 4 and 5

by Gregory Taylor

SERIES 4: AFTER MATH
Weblink: https://sites.google.com/site/taylorspolynomials/series-4
In which a mysterious force kicks the math-tans out of their subject area. Thus some personifications explore math within other subjects, as Logan’s new crew use his “bigger on the inside” base to seek answers from Maud’s sister.

SERIES 5: SIGN CHANGE
https://sites.google.com/site/taylorspolynomials/series-5
In which Logan’s gazebo, which now includes the Step Functions, manages to locate Fractal City. Meanwhile, Para becomes terminally depressed, and before the plot threads resolve, a mathematical function dies.

Umbra: The Horror

by Alex Davidson
Weblink: http://umbrathehorror.wordpress.com/
Two teenagers sent to a boarding school for troubled teens suspect that something strange is happening to the people who graduate. Knowing that they could be next, they begin searching for answers. However, the closer they get to the answer, the more dangerous things get.

The Watchmage of Old New York

by C.A. Sanders
Weblink: https://www.jukepopserials.com/home/read/357/
In 1855 New York City, A wizard named Nathaniel Hood acts as policeman, judge, and nursemaid to the massive influx of supernatural creatures that have immigrated to the new world. With the help of a unique and often ridiculous cast of characters, he must keep the peace in a city that never sleeps…ever.

Worm – A darker superhero serial

by Wildbow
Weblink: http://www.parahumans.wordpress.com
An introverted teenage girl with an unconventional superpower, Taylor goes out in costume to find escape from a deeply unhappy and frustrated civilian life. Her first attempt at taking down a supervillain sees her mistaken for one, thrusting her into the violence, politics, unwritten rules, and ambiguous morals of the local ‘cape’ scene.

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