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Building/Creating a family/town/country

saemon.snowlock

Looking for stories of building up families, towns or anything similar some stories i like in this:
Castle in the Sand by Deana Johns
Recluse & Ghost by Dual Writer
Castaway: Explorer by Feral Lady

I've read others but i'm quite sure I've missed several others

Thank you in advance.

Replies:   Capt. Zapp
zellus

Try the stories of FantasyLover.
https://storiesonline.net/a/FantasyLover

Replies:   saemon.snowlock
Capt. Zapp

@saemon.snowlock

Gateway - What Lies Beyond by The Blind Man

Replies:   saemon.snowlock
Harold Wilson

Try commercial authors John Ringo (Ghost, and following books) and Eric Flint, et al. (1632, and many more).

Paul Phenomenon's "Hawks, a stone-age spirit guide" is on SOL but marked premiere only: https://storiesonline.net/s/52948/hawk-the-stone-age-spirit-guide

Cmsix's magnum opus, "John and Argent" has spawned some imitators. https://storiesonline.net/s/57996/john-and-argent

ElSol's "Achilles and Hephaestus" is one of them, premiere only: https://storiesonline.net/s/50731/achilles-and-hephaestus

Replies:   saemon.snowlock
saemon.snowlock

@zellus

Thank you currently reading the lucky jim series very good.

Replies:   LonelyDad
saemon.snowlock

@Capt. Zapp

This one i've been eying before as it seemed like it would be interesting, adding it to my reading list.

saemon.snowlock

@Harold Wilson

I'll add them to my list but gonna have yo wait for some time before i spend excess money.

samuelmichaels

@saemon.snowlock

I'll add them to my list but gonna have yo wait for some time before i spend excess money.

You may want to look at the Baen Free Library.
1632 and a number of other books are available for free, legal, use.

Replies:   limab
LonelyDad

@saemon.snowlock


@zellus

Thank you currently reading the lucky jim series very good.

Besides those two, try 'The Earl's Man', 'Of Honor and Betrayal', and 'Escape From Lexington'.

All of these are similar in that the MC winds up building a community and more without really intending to at the beginning.

Replies:   LonelyDad
madnige

Quite a few of Ernest Bywater's Rivers Region stories are like this

Harold Wilson

@saemon.snowlock

I'll add them to my list but gonna have yo wait for some time before i spend excess money.


If there's a library near you ...

LonelyDad

@LonelyDad


@saemon.snowlock

@zellus

Thank you currently reading the lucky jim series very good.

Besides those two, try 'The Earl's Man', 'Of Honor and Betrayal', and 'Escape From Lexington'.

All of these are similar in that the MC winds up building a community and more without really intending to at the beginning.

He gave me permission to say there is another story coming in this venue. So far it is very good, haven't edited the last four chapters yet. Anxious to see how it turns out.

Replies:   BlinkReader
Crumbly Writer

@saemon.snowlock

I'll add them to my list but gonna have yo wait for some time before i spend excess money.

That's my rule for every book I purchase. I always use money I require to buy groceries, pay the rest, pay back my bookie, etc.

samuelmichaels

@Crumbly Writer

When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left I buy food and clothes.

-- Desiderius Erasmus

BlinkReader

@LonelyDad

He gave me permission to say there is another story coming in this venue.


I just reread Lucky Jim I and II for umpteenth time.

Now you have me drooling in anticipation :)
Hope that we will soon seen it ...

saemon.snowlock

@Crumbly Writer

Yeah after paying my bills and setting aside what i need for necessities and savings i buy books/ebooks tho I've had to start exchanging books if i buy em as i'm running out of space.
And while as Harold Wilson above said there is the library and its free the selection in my local library is very limited in the languages i wish to read, as i only read Swedish and English in a country which has a majority speaking Finnish.

bigeck11

https://storiesonline.net/a/FantasyLover

https://storiesonline.net/s/69347/the-earls-man

gwydioncomyn

Another one, with Time Travel and Gods, is Will And Carrie by Rotedrachen

Will Robinson has been an EMT, history teacher, and an electrical engineer. A history and western buff, he finds himself sent to an alternative time line, along with companion, to a place comparable to 1860's western America. Will their knowledge be enough?

Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Science Fiction, Time Travel, Historical, Group Sex, Harem, Safe Sex, Oral Sex

limab

@samuelmichaels

samuelmichaels
4/22/2017, 1:35:50 PM

@saemon.snowlock

I'll add them to my list but gonna have yo wait for some time before i spend excess money.

You may want to look at the Baen Free Library.
1632 and a number of other books are available for free, legal, use.

also Baen CDs free and legal as well ISOs and ZIPs. Once you get addicted they expect payment for new titles

Replies:   gmontgomery
gmontgomery

@limab

The addiction was just what Jim Baen and Eric Flint were thinking of with the Baen Free Library.

also Baen CDs free and legal as well ISOs and ZIPs. Once you get addicted they expect payment for new titles

Replies:   helmut_meukel
helmut_meukel

@gmontgomery

@limab
The addiction was just what Jim Baen and Eric Flint were thinking of with the Baen Free Library.

also Baen CDs free and legal as well ISOs and ZIPs. Once you get addicted they expect payment for new titles


It worked with me.
I bought some of their dead tree editions via Amazon, then looked-up their web site and found the free library. I downloaded some of these books in RTF format to read on my pc. Next were the Baen CDs and the purchase of an ebook-reader. With this I switched to EPUB versions instead of dead tree and since 2014 I buy their Monthly Bundles and some older books as DRM-free ebooks.
I got some books from other publishers through Baen Ebooks,
e.g. from Blacksword Enterprises, LLC; Ford Street Publishing, Melbourne, Australia; WordFire Press and others.

HM.

gruntsgt

"The Great Escape" by Howard Faxon, you might also check out the rest of his stories to see if anymore interest you.

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@gruntsgt

Howard Faxon

I have read, several times, almost all his stories. He does tell you how to do lots of things in his stories, sometimes a little too much tell, but I always keep reading through the "whatever" for dummies. He has a relatively long "story" about cooking that isn't quite a cookbook, pretty unique for this site.

Replies:   Wheezer
Wheezer

@richardshagrin

I have read, several times, almost all his stories. He does tell you how to do lots of things in his stories, sometimes a little too much tell, but I always keep reading through the "whatever" for dummies.

Some of Howard's stories are among my favorites, but he does tend to get carried away with the shopping lists. :)

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