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October 7, 2016

 

STORY TYPE KEY

BLUE SPINE
DIGEST
CASEFILE
UNDERCOVER BROTHERS
CLUES BROTHERS
HARDY BOYS/NANCY DREW CROSSOVER
TELEVISION-BASED STORIES
ALTERNATE UNIVERSE
HOLIDAY STORIES
STORY CONTEST
PARODY/HUMOR STORIES
PARANORMAL STORIES
GRAPHIC NOVEL
CROSSOVER STORIES
OTHER TEEN DETECTIVE
OTHER CHARACTERS (NON-HARDY BOYS STORIES)

RATINGS

FRA = FAN-RATED APPROPRIATE

FRA FOR CHILDREN
FRA FOR PRE-TEENS
FRA FOR EARLY TEENS
FRA FOR OLDER TEENS
FRA FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY

ongoing - stories that are still being updated

incomplete - stories that have not been finished and have not been updated in a month or more

Stories without either of the above are complete stories.

 

Welcome to the all new Library that features listing by TYPE of story.  The types of stories are listed below, along with a brief description of the different types.  Click on the icon to access the listing you want to check out.

The Blue Spine type covers all stories that are similar to the original stories, as posted in 1927 or the Blue Spines (the more accessible versions of the originals). 
- Updated as of 10/7/16
The Digest type covers all stories that are similar to Hardy Boys Digest stories - in other words, the stories numbered from 59-180 (after the Blue Spines).
- Updated as of 10/7/16
The Casefile type covers all stories that are similar to the Hardy Boys Casefiles. 
- Updated as of 10/7/16
The Undercover Brothers type covers all stories that are similar to the Undercover Brothers Hardy Boys series. - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Clues Brothers type covers stories that feature younger Hardy Boys.  They may or may not resemble the Clues Brothers Hardy Boys series.  Typically any stories featuring younger than canon stories might be listed as CB.  -- Updated as of 10/7/16
The Hardy-Drew type covers all Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew crossover stories.
- Updated as of 10/7/16
The TV type features any stories based on the Hardy Boys as portrayed in the various TV series. - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Alternate Universe type features stories that do not fall into any of the canon categories.  Some examples of AU stories are stories where the Hardys are older than canon, where they might have different than canon girlfriends, extra family members, etc.  If an author is in doubt about the type they will likely choose AU as well. - - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Holiday Stories type features stories that take place around a Holiday (ie Christmas or Halloween, etc). Some of these stories are also listed elsewhere in the TYPE listings.  - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Story Contest type is where stories that were written for one of our various story contests is listed.  - - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Parody type is for all humorous, funny or parody stories will be posted. 
- Updated as of 10/7/16
The Paranormal type is for all paranormal, supernatural or spooky stories (please note, these types of stories could also be listed in the Halloween area of the HS button) - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Graphic Novels type is for any graphic novel stories.  - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Crossover type is for all Hardy Boys stories that crossover with characters from other universes (excluding Nancy Drew).  - Updated as of 10/7/16
The Teen Detectives type is for all stories that feature teen detectives/spies/etc. in the same genre as the Hardy Boys - but do not feature the Hardy Boys in anyway.  (For instance, Alex Rider or Tom Swift or the like) - Updated as of 10/7/16
The OC type is for original characters created by the author of the story.  All OC stories will feature universes similar to the Hardy Boys. - Updated as of 10/7/16

 


 

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