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Michael Hughes’ DELTA FLIGHT is available online NOW. ”DELTA FLIGHT is an apocalyptic web serial novel about an elite Special Forces unit’s struggle against an ancient evil spawned by the Roman Emperor Nero.” Sound interesting? So far it’s got me hoooked. Chapters are released in weekly installments free of charge. Start Chapter One here.
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