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Novels & Web Serials
- Release: 2018-Present (ongoing)
- Genres; Sci-fi, Cyberpunk, Comedy, Mystery, Drama, Thriller, Romance, Action, LGBTQ+
- Morgan Harding, nonbinary slacker with superpowers, is here to introduce you to Atlanta, the robot-filled cultural capital of planet Earth in the year 20XX. Let’s solve some mysteries and beat up some goons.
- 200+ chapters, 300,000+ words; this is a pretty long read, so get ready.
- Cover by Joi Massat.
- Release: 2019-2020
- Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult, LGBTQ+
- An LGBT+ fantasy romance about a bookworm and a brat at the cusp of adulthood. Features a lot of cuteness, a lot of growing up, and a lot of in-story illustrations by Mikayla Buan.
- 70 chapters, 110,000 words. It’s a bit longer than a standard romance novel.
- Release: 2020-Present (ongoing)
- Genres: Fantasy, Isekai, Contemporary, Comedy, LitRPG
- You know the setup. A young man on Earth hit by a speeding truck who ends up in a generic fantasy world. But what about this: A young man in a generic fantasy world hit by a speeding truck who ends up in modern-day San Francisco, and yet still wants to be a hero anyway? That’s how this one starts, and it just keeps on going.
- 100+ chapters, 150,000+ words. A good-sized serial so far.
- Cover by the Romantically Apocalyptic Team.
- Release: January 1st, 2021
- Genres: LGBTQ+, Comedy, Sci-Fi
- Nick Carraway meets a mysterious man named Gaylord Gatsby and his whole life changes. Look out at the rainbow light and get the hell ready for the new remixed, metafictional version of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
- 11 chapters, 69,000 words. It’s actually longer than the original book.
- Cover by Joi Massat.
- Release: 2017
- Genres: Sci-Fi, Action, LGBTQ+
- Rainbow Destructor is a dizzying flash of color splashed onto the page as the seven-woman crew of the XSS Savior must save the galaxy from an impending threat that defies not only physics, but everything you’ve ever expected in a space adventure story.
- 47 chapters, 20,000 words. This is one speedy novella.
- Cover by Sarah McSquish.
- Release: 2021 – Present (ongoing)
- Genres: Action, Fantasy, LGBT+
- Amelia, a half-golem with a chip on her shoulder, comes to the high-tech city of Fleettwixt seeking her missing girlfriend, and revenge against the colonial corporation that plagues the land. She will destroy everything in her path to achieve these two goals.
- Updates frequently, so currently words and chapters are: A Lot.
- Art by Mikayla Buan.
- Cultivine, 2021
- Gretel & The Really Hot Witch (Feat. Hansel), 2021
- The Anarchy Party, 2020 (Quinlan Vault)
- Just Love Me, 2020 (Originally published on Scribble Hub)
- The Convenience Store on the Edge of Reality, 2020
- Miniboss, 2020 (Quinlan Vault)
- On the Ship, 2018
- May I?, 2017 (Quinlan Vault)
- Ode to My Future Self, Georgia Southern Miscellany, 2016
- James, John, Jane, Home Clipart Animal Deer, 2015
- Travelling Back, Litro UK, 2015
- Four Minutes After Ordering, GTK Creative Journal, 2015 (Also on Quinlan Vault)
- Outlooks on a Cloudy Day, Georgia Southern Miscellany, 2016
- Going Home, Elohi Gadugi Journal, 2015
- Home for Christmas, Slink Chunk Press, 2015
- The Glory of Bowsette, 2018
- This one is 115 chapters long!
- Padparadscha’s Ride, 2018
- Director, Writer, Producer, Editor, Barty’s Brew-Ha-Ha 4: Tale of the Legend of the Crystal Chubacabra, 2015
- Storyboarder, [S] Rex Duodecim Angelus, 2014
- The Madoka Series, by Thedude3445, 2013 – 2018
- Let’s Write A Story While Giving Blood!, 2012
- The Bulbears: Lordess to Nomad, 2012
- Project Director, Writer, Sandswept: The Squiddle Session, 2012 – 2016
- Original Lyrics and Vocals, Trol Seasson Rock Oprah: Continental Shift, 2012
- Editor, Co-Founder, Moonglasses Magazine, 2015-2017
- “There’s a reason these lenses aren’t rose-colored.”
- Writer for Screengeek.net, 2015-2016
- How Dense is Revenge of the Sith?, Home Clipart Animal Deer, 2015
- Attack of the Clones and Expanding Worlds, Home Clipart Animal Deer, 2015
- Site Manager, Co-Founder, Home Clipart Animal Deer, 2015-2016
- “Where Literature Goes to Die”