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Tower of Sorcery by James Galloway

Young, almost ranger finds he can do magic and is being escorted to the Tower for schooling, when he gets ambushed . . . more would be telling . . . .. . . .

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Antlers, Colorado by Marn

A serialized writing project about Austin Jones and the several years he spent away from home.

Austin Jones, a budding medium, flees from his home in Havenwood, PA in the year 1999. He is running from a predestined position at the Department of Paranormal Research, an agency his family has run for decades. The ghost of his father, Richard, follows him. In the fall of 2000, Austin finds himself in the town of Antlers, Colorado, . . .

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Dirge by Shaeor

"They know not with what they meddle."

All things are. We once dreamed of a sky filled with possibilities. Of neverending knowledge. But those were conceited times, filled with quibbling. Now we look up and fear the vastness. We fear the horror of our inadequacy. That there’s nothing beyond the edge of infinity. That there is no edge. Humanity pulled itself together. Not like you’d . . .

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Symbiote by Farmerbob1

Trying to understand and make a difference

Bob and his symbiote finally manage to reach synergy after over forty years, allowing Bob’s symbiote to speak to him. Things get a bit crazy from there. . . .

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Busted Axle Road by Wes Boyd

A snake crawls out of a bathroom drain, and a woman kills it with her hair dryer . . .  That’s all it takes to set townspeople, media, crooked environmentalists, a country music singer, the federal government and a bunch of dogsledders to getting at each other’s throats. Of course, nothing’s quite normal in Spearfish Lake! . . .

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An Empire of Law by Allan T. Michaels

At the intersection of Law and Power, an attack on the Emperor leads to the oppression of an unpopular minority. Follow Kilthanis D’Endray and others as they attempt to hold the Empire together and eventually take the first steps to tear it apart. . . .

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tales of the hotel st crispian by Dan Leo and rhoda penmarq

The mysterious doings in the Hotel St Crispian. Crime, lust, gossip, fear, tedium and mystery. Lots of cocktails and cigarettes. With colored pictures. . . .

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How Do You QA Test a Tsundere Android!? by DarkClaymore

After finishing his first degree in Computer Science, Nick now searches for a job in the hi-tech industry. His attention is drawn to Anomalia, the company developing the most advanced androids in the world. Blessed with the curse of finding uncanny flaws in every product, Nick aims to become a “Quality Assurance” tester. It’s a safe job, where he . . .

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Flight of the Godkin Griffin by M.C.A. Hogarth

Being the Adventures of Angharad Godkin of the Sunblood Cliffs

The journal of the griffin, Angharad Godkin: it was her plan to retire peaceably from the army when her sovereign, the Godson, sends her to a barely pacificed province, there to replace its unloved governor. But the journey to Shraeven’s capital may make a traitor, heretic and messiah out of her, if she’s not careful . . .  . . .

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Chosen Shackles by Shaeor

The screen is running static. Face your shadow.

The future came in devastation, but we bury it in the lights now, to forget. It was better once, they tell us not to say. Now, at the end of our century, we’ve rebuilt. The city neon glows brighter and casts a shadow deeper on the world. This is just the beginning. In the Eastern Pacific, a sickness . . .

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Outliers by knifleman

Super Powers, Not-So-Super People

30 years ago brought the first superhumans, regular people given great power seemingly at random. 15 years ago brought the paranormals, stranger and often weaker in their abilities, but far more numerous. Today, the world holds its breath . . .  Or at least, it should. Most people, though, are just trying to get on with their lives; some . . .

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Fooled by Nina Santucci

The kingdom needed a hero. They weren't expecting the Royal Fool.

FOOLED is the tale of a mischievous Royal Fool named Marco. Though he is lucky to have a job with the Crown Prince of Valona, Marco wishes he could be seen as more than just a joke, especially by the beautiful Princess Lucia. So when Prince Leo is captured by an evil sorcerer, the Fool sets off on a . . .

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DO NOT TAKE THE SHELLS

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Sep 26, 2015: It was the title that first stirred my curiosity. An evocative mix of poignancy and tension drew me into the story of a depressed man grieving a lost love, who allows himself to be coaxed by chipper pals into a seaside vacation in an oddly gloomy town. At some point, I realized I we were getting into something like Lovecraftian territory. Except . . . Ok, he is the father of supernatural horror, but (heresy) I’ve always found Lovecraft a tough slog. Maybe this could be Lovecraft if he was readable? And had more [more . . .]

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WORM

A Diamond in the Rough

By transformer214, member

Sep 21, 2014: This story is fantastic. It focuses on a world where there are a lot of people with super powers and the author has come up with innovative and intriguing powers including awesome uses of relatively minor powers that let some normally underused abilities go against powerhouses.

The writing style is very well done, the world is extremely fleshed out and the characterization (even for minor characters) is exceptional. Honestly, this is one of my favorite stories I’ve ever read.

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