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odundairo77

Please I Need List Of Some Amazing Stories

Ernest Bywater
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on the home page is a bunch of links on the left of the screen to the top stories, there's a few hundred there. After that look at the Favourite stories of your favourite authors for more.

edit to add: I could just say check out all my stories, but you don't say what types you want.

http://storiesonline.net/a/Ernest_Bywater

http://storiesonline.net/a/Ernest_Edwards

http://storiesonline.net/a/Cazna

sejintenej

Define "amazing stories" and then read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

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richardshagrin

Perhaps amazing stories are ones that involve action in a maze? Or perhaps one of the characters is named Grace, as in the song, Amazing Grace?

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Lugh

@richardshagrin

action in a maze?


Reminds me of my trying to figure where to insert it when losing my virginity.

odundairo77

i meant Stories That You Would Want To Read Again And Again. With Some Action And Good Sex Scene. Example Are Eden And Elves Series By Mike Cropo, John Carter, Second Chance, Lady In Red, Arlene And Jeff

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Anomandaris

https://clitoridesawards.org/archives/

sejintenej

@odundairo77

i meant Stories That You Would Want To Read Again And Again. With Some Action And Good Sex Scene. Example Are Eden And Elves Series By Mike Cropo, John Carter, Second Chance, Lady In Red, Arlene And Jeff

It is all personal taste.
Arlene and Jeff has had negative comment here on the grounds of boredom.
John Carter (and most of the rest of the series) didn't have too much (detailed) sex which you seem to consider necessary; I would think Ed Biggers would be a better choice on those requirements
The other two I haven't read.
If you want action and sex together in one story consider the stories including Chuck Johnson in Florida Friends

remarcsd

The Preacher Man by Hammingbyrd. Not a lot of sex and what there is is pretty tame, but a highly readable story in a unique setting.

Jim S

@odundairo77

i meant Stories That You Would Want To Read Again And Again. With Some Action And Good Sex Scene.


Aftermath by Al Steiner ranks right up there with the best at SOL.

Replies:   Bondi Beach
LonelyDad

I find myself rereading 'Second Time Around' by Charlie Foxtrot a lot.
I like to reread the section of 'John Carter' where he proves cold fusion. 'William Redman Carter' is another I reread.
All three of Refusenik's stories.
Believe it or not, the Lady in Red stories. :=)
'A Fresh Start' and 'Grim Reaper' by rlfj.
'A Charmed Life' by The Outsider.
I could go on, but this is enough to stimulate discussion.

rvbuilder

@odundairo77

I agree that this is a personal decision, but if you're looking for some of MY favorites, here they are:

"Winning Numbers" by Lazlong

"Annie and the Junkman" by UncaD

Almost every story by Oyster50, particularly in the "Smart Girl" series

Anything by A.A. Nemo

Anything by Tedbiker

Almost anything by Telephoneman

I tend to enjoy monogamous romantic stories more than others, but I will read them, depending on my mood. I have some others, but this should get you started.

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Ernest Bywater

@odundairo77

List Of Some Amazing Stories


The Millionaire Next Door

http://storiesonline.net/s/54088:i

Recluse and Ghost

http://storiesonline.net/s/71089/recluse-and-ghost

Most of the Damsels in Distress stories

http://storiesonline.net/universe/65/damsels-in-distress

Oh Boy

http://storiesonline.net/s/76530/oh-boy

oyster50

Tedbiker's stories run very high on my list.

madnige
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@rvbuilder


tend to enjoy monogamous romantic stories more than others


Then you'll probably like Wes Boyd's stuff, some of which is here, more on BtFH (free login required), and all available on his site (which gives the series and number info as well, so you can read them in order). Minimal sex, nothing explicit, but his major characters include prostitutes, lesbians, nudists, teens of various ages, even gay and trans, all drawn well enough that you feel you know them and often like them. As for re-readability, I've read most of them at least twice, many more than that.

I'll agree with the stories mentioned; most of them that I've read, I've read again, the rest I would.

ETA: I'll also mention one of my favourites here: Deja Vu Ascendancy which I'm rereading right now, and have read at least five times already. Also not already mentioned but one I've reread multiple times, is Thinking Horndog's Second Best series (he of the Sa'arm/Swarm universe) - come to think of it, most of his stuff I find reread-worthy.

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sejintenej

Might be worth having a look at Thunder and Lightening by Lazlo Zalezac. (The spelling is correct - the story explains why)
http://storiesonline.net/s/43891:i

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richardshagrin

@madnige

I'll also mention one of my favourites here: Deja Vu Ascendancy which I'm rereading right now, and have read at least five times already.

Before beginning this exceptionally long story, I strongly advise reading at least the first review, the most recent one, before you commit to reading well over 400 chapters. One of the reviews says its the length of 40 normal novels.

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BlinkReader

@richardshagrin

Before beginning this exceptionally long story, I strongly advise reading at least the first review


No matter how long Deja Vu Ascendancy is, it's worth reading.
But - be prepared to spent too much time reading it - days and nights :D

Replies:   FlameE
madnige

@richardshagrin

the length of 40 normal novels.


I once did a wordcount and found it was bigger than War and Peace, the complete works of Shakespeare and all the Harry Potter books - all together. There was a fourth, traditionally 'big', book/series included in my sum but I can't remember what it was, possibly the bible? - sort-of relevant, since the main character in DVA describes the story as his version of Genesis.

joyR

@odundairo77

Please I Need List Of Some Amazing Stories


Just about anything by the following;

El Sol
bluedragon
Jay Cantrell
Cold Creek
mcguy101
SmokinDriver

In no particular order, many others already listed

Dominions Son

I always hope to amaze.


Why would you want to be lost in a labyrinth?

Michael Loucks

Nominated for numerous Clitorides, and even won some:

A Well-Lived Life
A Well-Lived Life 2

About 5 million words posted so far. That's about 16,000 pages of PDF. If you like them, they should keep you busy for a bit.

FlameE

@BlinkReader

It took me 3 months reading at the very least 2 hours a night without missing a day.

Wheezer

@sejintenej

Define "amazing stories" and then read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.


What's amazing is to read & compare the contradictions. I concede: It's mildly entertaining high fantasy.

Jim S
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@sejintenej


Might be worth having a look at Thunder and Lightening by Lazlo Zalezac. (The spelling is correct - the story explains why)


In fact, every story of Lazlo's rated 9.00 or more (there are 11 or 12) will keep you going for a couple of weeks. But don't stop there. A bunch of those above 7.50 also rate repeat reading. Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.

JohnBobMead

I'll second the recommendations for Ted Biker, Telephoneman, Wes Boyd, and Lazlo Zalezac.

I'll add one for WTSman, and Carny22. All of theirs I've reread numerous times, although it's a pity Carny22 only posted one story, but it's _really_ good.

Anomandaris

Barbar's Bec series. It's what i go to when I'm feeling at my worst, or dealing with depression.

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Bondi Beach
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@Jim S


Aftermath by Al Steiner ranks right up there with the best at SOL.


Yes. Absolutely. Best "What if?" expansion of its genre. ETA: Including most realistic given the premise, with the exception noted below.

(Despite the grotesquely over-the-top female villain, but then maybe Steiner was going for parody?)

bb

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Jim S
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@Bondi Beach


(Despite the grotesquely over-the-top female villain, but then maybe Steiner was going for parody?)


Agreed. So over-the-top that it actually detracted from the story. The male leader the preceded her was her male counterpart, though. But absent those hiccups, great story.

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Bondi Beach

@Jim S

Agreed. So over-the-top that it actually detracted from the story. The male leader the preceded her was her male counterpart, though. But absent those hiccups, great story.


We know she's bad from the first moment when she addresses the sister of the brother-sister pair as "Little Missy." Who ever says that, anyway?

I'd rank Steiner's "Doing It All Over" right up there as well. Among other things, the protagonist discovers some things can't be corrected, even with a do-over.

bb

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Jim S

@Bondi Beach

Yea. I agree, even going so far as to say it might be the better of the two. Even if they're rated the same. Just finished reading it again.

Anomandaris

Almost anything by Jay Cantrell should be on the list as well.

Jim S
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Almost anything by Jay Cantrell should be on the list as well.


I put together a long list of stories I consider to be almost must reads. I understand that some may not be to everyone's taste, but this is my own personal list of "Must Reads" (by author).

Here is my (extensive) list of stories that I've read over and over again and continue to do so, listed by author. The order is chronlogical where there is multiple stories.

Refusnik – Human Phoenix, Island Mine, Human Man,

Al Steiner – Aftermath, Sacking the Quarterback, Doing It All Over

Lazlo Zalezac – the entire John Carter Universe (all 6 but absent the Happy Harry stories), Thunder and Lightening (sic), A Different Sort of Lifestyle, Hunter, Fat Farm, Magic, Commune, Samuel (this one is dark), Country Boys, Fighting for Family, Loose Cannons, Service Society, Pfand X, Jade Force of Misera (complete), Reset Manifesto,

Don Lockwood – Dance of a Lifetime, Finding a Place, The Ghost of Christmas Past, Heroes, Samantha's Secret, Tammy, Transcending the Role,

Daghda Jim – Not A Very Good Cop,

Colt45 – Sea King, Shasta's Tale, Adverse Conditioning, Quest For Knowledge, Finder's Fee, Positive Reinforcement, the four Mayhem stories, Smuggler's Gold, Synergy,

wordytom – Ruby, Depression Soup, Hard Times Oklahoma, Jessie and Marie and the Wind, Broken Angel,

Tom Frost – Elevated, A Rose From the Garden,

Argon – all of the Anthony Carter universe, All About Gisele, all of the Knights and Commoner series, all of the Clearwater universe, Can't Pick Your Family, One Gold Eagle, The Tales of Tanitsar,

Colin Barrett – A.I., Castaway, The Caveman,

Big Ed Magusson – The Ugly One,

qhml1 – Boston to Birmingham, Mma Meets Mba, Gonna Sell the Bitch's Car, An Unexpected Reaction, I'm So Proud of My Children, 500 Annies, Air Possum, The Cost, –Sagging Boobs, Ugly Nipples–, Love and Politics, Stumpy and Olive, Eric &will Make a B Movie, The Price of Pussy, A Shitty Way to End a Marriage, Mr. and Mrs. America stories (three of them), – Nothing as Sexy as a Man in a Skirt, Playing the Accordion –,

Lubrican – Love On The Range, The Teacher's Conference, How Ronny Throckmorton Was Saved From The Indians, Jungle Virgin and Jungle Virgins – The Barrister's Trial, The Making of a Cocksman, Cattleman's Lament, The Last Wish Blues (might be Lubrican's best), The Sexual Education Blues, The Making Of A Gigolo series (16 stories, but esp. #13), For Want of a Memory, Mistrusting a Memory, The Babe Bike Blues, The Bad Bet, Any Soldier (also in the running for his best), Inspecting the Inspector, Santa's Special Delivery, The Party Favor, Millie's Western Adventure, The Dildo That Erased Claire Bonneville's Memory, The Palpable Prosecutor, The City Girl Blues,

Misguided Child – Klutz,

Jay Cantrell – The Outsider, Civility, Finding Shelter, The Hillside, Unending Night, Daze In The Valley, Always On Guard, A Toast in an Empty Bar, A Flawed Diamond, Death and a Life in Emerald Cove, Lifeline, Unforgettable Weeks, Runaway Train,

Doug Fox – A Reluctant Hero

At least its on record now.

Wheezer

I'm in the middle of re-reading Uncle Jim's Magic Ink stories I & II. For some reason, I never read III & IV so thought I'd better refresh my memory.

moredrowsy

I reread some of the Lubrican's older stories mostly because his commentaries on incest or harem plot devices are just downright silly and hilarious. His stories are one of the few where I physically laugh out loud. Good stuff. (Although his new stories are lacking the comedy aspect these days...)

Another story which I often find myself rereading a lot is The Private by Random Writings
http://storiesonline.net/s/69860/the-private
Good action and story, slow burn romantic subplot, and a well written prose.

OVERBOARD! by HandyMan
http://storiesonline.net/s/75245/overboard
One of the first few stories I read on storiesonline. It has its issues but I still reread it sometimes.

A Bettered Life by Michael Lindgren
http://storiesonline.net/s/50816/a-bettered-life

Doing it all Over by Al Steiner
http://storiesonline.net/s/30059/doing-it-all-over

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Ernest Bywater

@odundairo77

Please I Need List Of Some Amazing Stories


as to THE most amazing story ever read, sorry, you'll just have to wait until I finish writing it.

red61544

@Anomandaris

I second your nomination of The Bec Series by BarBar. To me, it's the most insightful look into the mind of a young girl since "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith. I read that one in the early fifties and still remember it like I read it yesterday! There are a lot of similarities between Bec and Francie but even more differences. If you haven't read it, put it high on the list of "must reads" that you garner from this thread.

odundairo77

@moredrowsy

thanks.. but have read most of them

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