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Arthur by N.C. Gossner

"But as with all stories, it doesn't end where you think it will."

“I know this is a startling discovery for you, and I wish I were with you now to help you bear this, but know this, you are my son, nothing can change that. You are strong, and wise, I could not be more proud of the young man you have become, my dear son. Arthur Dallas Elden, You are . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Welcome to PHU by Tris Lawrence

Welcome to PHU is a web serial about the students who go to the fictional liberal arts school of Pine Hills University, and the folks around them. It’s about magic, and love, and football, and music, and taekwondo, and just about anything else that college students might get involved in. And magic. Did we mention the magic? Because in this . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Lorelei and the Sea by Z. Tringali

Lorelei has been raised to live her life by one law: power dictates fate. At sea, no man is more powerful than her father, king Lysandros. She believes her fate is to help him conquer the kingdom of Lismagh–until the night she finds him murdering her mother, the goddess of the sea. Forsaking her father, Lorelei is reborn: a . . .

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Oceans of Shelter by J.A. Waters

Nalan's people seek singers of god-power, but Nuette just seeks home and parents.

Galania. A kingdom that stretches from oceans in the west to seas in the east. Its people hum with the energy of a new age. Technology is thriving as scientists harness the powers of gods for new creations. Cities glow with light that does not flicker and nations grow under the thumb of a network of continental planners. And . . .

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Sjoria: The Silence Before The Song by Destyni, Maekayla, & Catielyn Shirley

SJORIA is a young world. Its soul is an entity called the Song which connects the destinies of every living thing. In the beginning, there were appointed guardian spirits to protect and guide it. But one of those most trusted used her knowledge of the Song to interfere with its natural course for her own gain. Now she threatens the . . .

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The Germhacht Episode by Ruth Lampi

The Germhacht Episode is the second book in the Blackfeather Chronicles. It involves art, spiritualists, tea cakes, demon artifacts, and the continuing adventures of the Blackfeather family and friends. . . .

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Eleven & Counting by Joanie Rich

A modern fairy tale about family bonds, tradition, and also some dragons.

Every year since he was five Andrew has been forced to spend the summer at his Aunt Jenna’s farm. This year he’s about to discover his family is anything but normal, and that he has an important duty. Is he ready for such a weighty responsibility? Does he even believe any of this is happening to him? . . .

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THE GERMHACHT EPISODE

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By Susan Amund, author of Barghest

May 25, 2016: Ms. Lampi has taken the characters introduced in "The Alarna Affair" to a new, more developed level. I was pulled into the story quickly and immediately sided with Kara. The practical thief is the star of the story – engaging, likable, and funny.

The story moves smoothly and the mystery builds at a delightful pace.

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