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The Legion of Nothing by Jim Zoetewey

Not all superheroes are bigger than life

The Legion of Nothing is the story of Nick Klein and what happens when he takes on the identity (and powered armor) of “The Rocket.” Originally his grandfather’s superhero identity, the powered armor comes with a lot of baggage. Ranging from his grandfather’s service in World War II to connections with other heroes (and villains), the past has a . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Summus Proelium by Cerulean

Cassidy Evans lives in a world of superheroes and supervillains. Born to a rich, prestigious family who genuinely and openly love and care for her, she has never truly wanted for anything. It is, in so many ways, a fairy tale life. But Cassidy is about to learn that fairy tales come at a cost. Witnessing something horrific, something . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Worm by Wildbow

Doing the Wrong Things for the Right Reasons

An introverted teenage girl with an unconventional superpower, Taylor goes out in costume to find escape from a deeply unhappy and frustrated civilian life. Her first attempt at taking down a supervillain sees her mistaken for one, thrusting her into the midst of the local ‘cape’ scene’s politics, unwritten rules, and ambiguous morals. As she risks life and limb, Taylor . . .

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Eikasia by Illise Montoya

An adventure of love and magic.

On a tower of metal and light, a girl faces an uncertain future. Awash with the tears of gods, a warrior stares down the universe. Together they journey across dangerous lands, to spare the world a demon’s madness. Romance and dark fantasy blend together in this interesting tale about the things we see and the things we don’t. Eikasia—Sometimes, . . .

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Savage Divinity by RuffWriter

A modern man finds himself reincarnated in the body of a young slave with no skills and quickly fading memories. Follow his journey to find normalcy while living in a savage world, filled with myth and legends, monsters and Demons. In a land where the strong rule, the weak serve, and bloodshed is a way of life, peace is a . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Into the Mire by Casey Lucas aka Canticle

“They call it meldwood because it’ll meld with anything it touches. Other trees. Animals. Men.”

In the first years following a brutal war, residents of the Deel Valley struggle to recover. They rebuild their homes, replant their crops, and attempt to reconcile the past they long for with the reality they’re stuck in. Most of them seek, above all, a return to some semblance of “normal.” Others seek profit and adventure. Mercenary . . .

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Prairie Song by Marn and Alyssa

A post-apocalyptic roadtrip across America.

John is a former indentured farmhand, setting out in search of fresh water and an escape from his past. Cody is a traveling bounty hunter and musician, on the run from a debt he can’t repay. Friday is a lounge singer and burlesque dancer, fiercely protective of her friends, seeking adventure. Valerie is an orphan priest, weighed down by responsibility . . .

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Domina City by Discar

Superpowers and biotech.

Domina City. “The City of the Lady.” Built on a trash island in the West Atlantic by the labor of white-collar criminals, paid for by the United States and the Vatican, Domina was meant to be a beacon of hope and prosperity. A test, proving that criminals could be put to a better use than clogging up prisons. Thirty . . .

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Music Masters by Hejin57

Music forever.

Music gives us life, and we give life back to music. In a world very much like ours, there are those who listen to music, and then there are those who truly listen to music. Since the dawn of the Classical period, these people have called themselves Music Masters; those who gain fantastical powers from the sound of music. Centuries . . .

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Nature’s Kingdom by Moonfeather

Do you have what it takes to Fight for your Wish?

Worlds are changing. With the rapid increase of hallowed, metahumans, and superpowered beings, hints of events with cataclysmic proportions can be seen on the horizon. Phenomena that has not been witnessed since the Age of Gods. Mercy Gaunt, a somewhat popular teenage girl, finds her life turned upside down as she is dropped into the world of ‘Capes’ . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Shadows of the Limelight by alexanderwales

This is a world where fame grants powers. Dominic de Luca was a thief and a liar. The was before a chance encounter brought him into the apprenticeship of Welexi Whitespear, the greatest hero of modern times. Now he must navigate the world of the Illustrati, the famous and the infamous, as he tries to secure for himself a place . . .

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Aethernea by Cloe D. Frost

Adventure. Mystery. Romance. Two mages. One Academy. Lots of trouble.

In the world where everyone can perform magic, where quest seekers, treasure hunters, and enchanters are common professions, and where mage duels are the most popular form of entertainment, Kiel is a “non-mage” – a person who doesn’t have the aptitude to use magic on a regular basis – until he meets Elaru- a mage of mysterious origin, who . . .

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DARKSIDE

In a nutshell: I liked it.

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Jan 15, 2009: First and foremost: Darkside is fun. It’s a rollicking fantasy adventure that starts with a bang and doesn’t slow down. It has humor, likable characters, and an engaging first person narrator.

The summary sums up the story well (I know, who would have thunk it, right?) so there’s really not much for me to recap. I will comment that Darkside’s plot isn’t really anything out of the ordinary—when you boil it down it’s a pretty straightforward fantasy quest. Regular guy learns [more . . .]

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THE DAEDALUS TRANSFER

Solid, steady Science fiction

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Aug 18, 2011: "The Daedulus Transfer" is science fiction, but not the lasers and aliens kind. It’s more "hard" science fiction, with its science rooted in the real world. The author seems to have gone to great lengths to understand the physics behind space travel, as well as the technology.

I have to give them credit for research and detail. However, the story is a little dry as a result because, sadly, the technical aspects are the best part of the writing. The dialogue [more . . .]

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