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Down in the Dark Woods by Gavin Ough

Nathan Clood finds the body of a girl in the base of a dead oak tree and discovers she is actually a Wood Nymph who needs his help to take her to her people. Needless to say Nathan is quite skeptical but the Nymph, called Trewana, demonstrates some abilities he can’t deny like taking a piece of wood and . . .

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Room by Jodi Ralston

A weird Lovecraftian fantasy serial

Eryx wakes up in a pitch-black room without memory of who he is or how he got there. Now he has to figure out how to escape the many rooms, and their inhabitants, of the House. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Umbra: Unsanctimonious by Alex Davidson

Deton Academy is supposed to be the best disciplinary school in the country. If you have a delinquent teenager, you send them to that school. The only problem: nobody actually knows what is going on there. Now, it’s up to Claudia, a blogger, Simon, a drug dealer, and Ralph, an English teacher, to figure out what makes this school so . . .

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Fallowfell by Sebastian Lindblad

A pagan city without a church... a mysterious stranger... a destroyed barrow and several murders.

Rune Fallowfell is a one-eyed young man with an eye-patch, anxiety issues and a dead family. He lives in a villa with a German caretaker called Hermann, who makes a devilishly tasty blueberry jam.The city of our story, which so happen to share the same name of our main character, while at the same time being the name of this . . .

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Forever Clone by Kai

A Magical Girl Deconstruction

.Forever Clone. is a magical girl deconstruction placed in prose form. Or, more simply, it takes the tropes of the magical girl genre (such as magic transformations, for example) and takes it apart– measuring it against how that would actually play out within a more realistic setting. The story itself starts with Kaiyleyn Amaru (“Kaiyle”), a fourteen year old . . .

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UnJust Cause by Tate Hallaway

A Romantic Magical Police Procedural

County Coroner Alexandra Conner is back on the case with Precinct 13, Pierre, South Dakota’s sort-of-secret magical police department. This time, the bodies are literally falling from the sky, and evidence seems to point to Alex’s dragon-familiar boyfriend, Valentine. A sequel to the published novel Precinct 13 . . .

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In Crows’ Claws by Daniel Mattia

A Fantasy Epistolary War Tale

Word has spread throughout the land of Fyrndell that an archaeological team has unsurfaced what is rumored to be the tomb of Konia, the long-deceased wife of the equally ill-fated god Operus. Goddess to her believers and traitor to those who worship her husband, there is no doubt in the learned minds of Fyrndell that her tomb holds vast treasures . . .

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Fall from grace by Ron C. Nieto

They both want to save the world. Together, they might destroy it.

People believe the world will go out with a bang. People expect it to be crushed under ever-rising waves, to burn in an inferno of all-encompassing flame, to be torn asunder by the same forces that created it. No one ever thought it would be as gentle as a door sliding open. No one suspected the beginning of the . . .

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Hunted by Cam J Sterling

Benjamin Cade is no stranger to trouble, and he’s even made a living at it. But Ben and his team may find more trouble than they can handle when put on a murder investigation involving men from their own guild. The hunt for a criminal warlord becomes a fight for survival. Ben will lose friends and gain enemies, and that’s . . .

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The Rules Change by John Bahler

Different city. Different world. Different rules.

After barely escaping his own city alive, Jaysynn, the last heir to the throne of Kyzer, finds himself eking out a living in a refugee camp outside an enemy city. Falcon Point, the city that rebelled against Jaysynn’s ancestors and declared its independence, now carefully guards and controls its resources in a time of devastation and chaos. Stripped of . . .

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Gathering of the Gifts by Robert William Shmigelsky

The weight of Ages--in the hands of a temporal knight.

Seven godly gifts were bestowed on a world of light destined to be set on by darkness. When a famed sorceress-clairvoyant dreams up the memories she has of her daring captain, freeing him from his temporal prison, it is up to him to gather them and trade seven godly gifts for one wish. . . .

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Kingdom of Etraus by J.L. V'Tar

Life can be rough in a broken world.

There are many tales to be told in, and this is just one. In a broken fantasy world, reclaimed by nature and overrun with beasts, normal people try to live their lives as best they can. When the mistakes of one person intertwine with the mistakes of another, things only get more complicated. . . .

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INNERWORLD

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By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Jul 3, 2015: InnerWorld is an interesting coming-of-age story about a young man, Gavyn, who was involved in a wreck and is recovering from that in some ways, even a year later. Gradually, it begins to seem to him (and the reader) that perhaps what he’s experiencing doesn’t entirely seem to be in the realm of everyday or normal.

The author does a good job of showing us his world, and describing the frustrations and struggles of a young man going through his teenage [more . . .]

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THEATRE OF HORRORS

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By Tim Sevenhuysen, author of Special People

Dec 9, 2011: Though I haven’t read Above Ground, which this story is apparently related to, I found Theater of Horrors interesting to work through. There was definitely some CYOA nostalgia involved!

There were plenty of hints at a bigger story going on in the background, and a lot of world-building that I was only seeing bits and pieces of. I can only assume that I’d find these moments more specifically interesting if I had read more from AM Harte’s other Above Ground work.

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