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Fractured Magic by Em Rowene

A serialized LGBT+ epic fantasy web novel.

Roman Hallisey has heard every Egil story there is. There are hundreds, but no two are the same—in some he’s a hero, in some he’s a soldier, and in others he’s nothing but a nuisance. In many, he’s a monster. Roman doesn’t believe any of them, but they do get one thing right: Egil hates the peace-keeping organization Unity and . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Crew of the Helianthus by Zelemma

The Helianthus is an old ship with a young crew. This is their struggle to keep her running and the bills paid while exploring the galaxy. The newest member is Valorie Davis, an ex-imperial communicator, but there is something off about her. How will she fit in? The year is 2502 AE, and humanity has spread throughout our arm . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Marchlands by A.C. Luke

Protecting the border between urban and high fantasy

Kyra is the Hero, chosen to protect the border between our world and the fantasy world of the Marchlands. Ewan is the Squire, fallen between worlds and pledged to help her. June is the Guide, there to mentor but wracked with despair over the past. Meilin is the Witch, a Marchlander wondering very much how she managed to get wrapped . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Deviant by Kataclysm

You don't need a gun to win a war.

In 2009, the world changed as Seattle fell to a tsunami, one created with sheer willpower. The rise of “Deviants,” superhumans with unique abilities and powers, was almost immediate. Factions formed, fighting themselves and each other, and once mundane criminals became lethally efficient killers. Heroes rose up, but they were few and far between. It is now 2025. The . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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In the Shadow of Heaven by N. Paris

Yan BarCarran is on the cusp of graduating from the top theological school in the galaxy. She’s expecting to slide quietly into an unremarkable apprenticeship and career that will make her uncle proud, but her quiet future vanishes when she’s offered an apprenticeship with the most powerful man in the Empire. Yan has to learn politics and leadership, fast. As . . .

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Vigilantes Make Us Safe by A.M. Thorn

When the world was on the brink in the 1940s a group of strange men and women with uncommon ability stepped up and helped pull the world back. They inspired generations to come and led to a golden age of vigilantes protecting the world. Times change though. The world got more complicated and by the early 2000s almost nowhere . . .

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Earth Warriors by Luis Jose Petrizzo Rengel

The fate of the known universe, lies within the deeds of a few unknown

It is the year 2026, an alien race called the Zlocu are waging war across the stars, believing that the era of peace was slowing down the next step of universal evolution and now are determined to “awake” everyone to let them know how peace made them “weak”. Planet Earth took one of the worst hits from their onslaught, . . .

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The Open Road by thelonewanderer

It has been three hundred years since the Age of Ice has ended, since humanity spilled out from its battered strongholds, from deep under-cities and dark holes to a green, fertile and unclaimed world. The Autarch is dead. The Revolution has won. But it is not a time of peace. Altea is surrounded by enemies who now seek . . .

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Taylor’s Polynomials by Gregory Taylor

Math Equations - Personified.

These are the tales of one particular set of anthropomorphic personifications of mathematical relations. Where the graphs double as the character hairstyles. (Don’t worry, the art quality gradually improves over time.) Expect pop culture references and LOTS of puns and wordplay. There are series’ where the parabola gets kidnapped away from the polynomials (because isn’t Para a conic?), where . . .

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Heroes Save the World by R. James Gauvreau

Across the world, one hundred adolescents unexpectedly find themselves in possession of superpowers, running the gamut from conventional to world-breaking to annoyingly limited. But despite the diversity of powers, certain patterns emerge, and as the Children begin to find each other, they realize that the world itself may be in great peril. Heroes save the world, but will they . . .

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The Red Door by Jaskaran Singh

It’s last call for lost friends, as Jack stages a five year reunion hoping to encounter once familiar faces and see if shared experiences from the past still resonate in the future. . . .

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Orphic Phantasia by Dary Meredith

A Mystopian Faerie Tale

The world is dying. Every day, the Moon’s orbit deteriorates. With science unable to provide an answer, people turn to the Old Ways for salvation, to the supernatural world and its otherworldly courts, who see humans as little more than pawns and playthings for their myriad games and schemes. But Dante doesn’t believe the world is ending. He thinks . . .

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TRAIN WRECK: THE WRATH OF MOM

Train Wreck Indeed

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jan 20, 2010: Oh my.

This is . . . .different.

It all starts with phone calls from Mom to each of her adult offspring; a pothead, a ruthless businessman, a disturbed socialite, and a drug dealer. Apparently she’s saying horrible things to them and clearly it’s her cruelty that warped their lives.

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REQUIRE: COOKIE

A strong start

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

May 18, 2010: I have only begun to read about the Mirrorverse, which is funny because I’ve known the author Grace online for a long time. It’s an extensive series, going on four books now.

I’m still in the middle of book one but I can already tell that the series is going to be epic, and that there’s a lot of talent at work. Let me tell you why:

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