Hi, I hope you find this useful.
I too found it difficult to find your novels. If I stumbled accross your site how would I know there are three different novels? I wouldn't have known if you had not told me in the review request.
It would be useful for me to see clearly on the home page the names of each novel (and short stories) together with a description of each book. I would prefer to see it where the disclaimer and the ads are currently located, but you could stick it in the sidebar.
While we are on the subject of the disclaimer: make it shorter or make people click something to read the disclaimer. I want to know why I SHOULD read your novel, not the possible reasons I may not want to. Ask yourself "is a disclaimer strictly necessary?" I was reading Stephen King when I was 12, it had swearing and violence and scary stuff in it and I don't remember it having a warning on it. If you don't have graphic pictures if someone is old enough to be able to read your work why worry? If it is necessary stick an age advisory warning on it - but don't let it take up the entire front cover of your book, which for me the home page of a site should be. CD's just have a PARENT ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT warning label on them.
I would also prefer the description you do have (under the constellations catagory) to be longer. The one line description was not intriguing enough for me -perhaps you could expand it to a paragraph similar to that you would find on the back cover of a paperback. I need to be enticed in - tell me more about the main character(s) and what peril they are in. If you are still concerned about the disclaimer bit you could make it clear in the discription of each novel what people may expect.
I would also prefer to see an option to read each from the beginning. However lazy it may seem it is a pain to have to scroll down to find the first post, and off putting to have to go back many pages (which to find chapter one on your Child of Man novel you have too). If I was a casual reader I would not bother.
I also find it helpful if at the end of each post there is a "next post" or "next chapter", something I can click which will take me to the next part of your story.
I know you probably want somebody to comment on the quality of your writing but, like the two above me, I don't think it is my thing (which is why a brief synopsis of each tale, may help - because I do read things that aren't my thing, if I am enticed in)