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Trilogy of the Betrayer by Caio O de Paula

Fantasy

Many know the lone prisoner at the highest tower of the Imperial capital, a man so vile and hated by his peers that his confinement is more for his protection than anything else. What few know are the true extend of his crimes and how they came to be. Who is the true Prince of Lies and what did . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Reapers of Eden by Zero

Former math teacher Alexander Kuros has found himself better qualified for a new job: the Grim Reaper. Qualification number one for being a math teacher? You must be alive. Qualification number one for being the Grim Reaper? You must be dead. After dying in a car crash, he is resurrected by Death as the new Grim Reaper and given . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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All Kinds of Things Kill by Robert R. Best

“All Kinds of Things Kill” is a horror anthology that contains 9 stories. The stories are gruesome, frightening, perverse, imaginative, and sick; in other words, they have all the elements that go into making a horror anthology a good one. So turn the lights off, grab a blanket, and get ready to enjoy some chilling tales. . . .

A collection of stories.
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Shadow’s Light by Jacquelyn Waters

If you were the bane of existence cursed with catastrophic power, would you choose to save the lives of those who abused you, or witness and bring upon their demise? The Dark Crystal, and the Light Crystal, contain magnificent power, but together create an unparalleled path of absolute annihilation. But each carrier is destined to defeat the other. So, . . .

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Poppy by poppy

Death is universal in all human literature. It is an all-consuming concept that we are all inexplicably drawn towards. Death is the ultimate equaliser. For however grand our arrival, our departure is always guaranteed. We relish in seeing tragedy befall upon others. The ruination of others brings us catharsis and a twisted sense of relief that such tragic happenings . . .

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The Pandoran Artifacts by Enrique Bedlam

A collection of short stories about an ancient evil that releases a collection of dark, powerful artifacts unto the world, each designed to bring about the end of humanity.

It all started with a deck of tarot cards from the world beyond given to a man to tempt humanity into their own destruction. Each story there is a new artifact, designed to twist its victim into aiding in the destruction of the world. This is a group of short stories which deal with horror, the unknown and humanities tendency . . .

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The Sea Lies After Death by Aubra Penner

A tale of intrigue set in a sea of ghosts.

Vera Langstrom, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, is dead. She finds herself in the depths of the ocean, where lost souls wander unguided in dangerous and unbalancend afterlife. . . .

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Unusual Circumstance by Timothy Dumont Jr.

Follows the adventures of a small group dedicated to exploring supernatural mysteries. During the course of the adventure new characters are introduced and pasts revealed. The POV of the posts are stated in the title and switch between several of the characters. It starts out as a journal but changes into a normal story as it progresses. The author uses . . .

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SHADOW'S LIGHT

Scapegoat as Hero

By Palladian, author of Super

Aug 29, 2012: As a solid member of the working class, I found myself put off a bit when I started reading Shadow’s Light due to all of the royalty focused on. Dear reader, I urge you not to stop here – there’s gold in the tale ahead. I found my reward as I pressed on and finally met the protagonist, Cailean. She also is a princess, but is almost universally reviled and feared, through no fault of her own. Instead of letting this treatment cause her to hate others, she’s instead found [more . . .]

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