I do a lot of proofreading and a, thankfully diminishing, amount of editing, so I tend to focus on the flaws in stories. As such I wouldn't pass muster as a SOL reviewer because I'd be far too negative. So I'm asking the following question from academic interest only: do reviewers earn credits towards premier membership? And if not, would it be a good idea?
Having 'taken', it's only fair that I should 'give' so, in no particular order, here are the six ongoing and regularly updated serials currently giving me most enjoyment:
Magician by QM.
Serendipity by oyster50. Not a 'Smart Girls' clone, it has enough potential for character conflict to keep it interesting.
A Well-Lived Life by Penguintopia.
Jacob's Granddaughters by A. A. Nemo
Pantheon by PuffDragon. I wish I had written this!
Rebirth by Lumpy.
An honourable mention to A. King and his Queen by Lazlo Zalezac. I'm not a fan of the author but the multi-dimensional characterisations make this a couple of levels above anything else of his I've read.
(Edited to rectify the unacceptable omission of Rebirth by Lumpy)