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Forge of Destiny by Yrsillar

In the Celestial Empire, a land ruled by Immortals and stalked by Spirits and Beasts, a young girl from the slums of an unimportant city is found to have the Talent. In the great Sect of Argent Peak, she will take her first unsteady steps upon the way. Can she learn to not only survive, but thrive on her . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Sprig by Houston Hare

War rages as land runs out. Elves, Dwarves, Humans, and other races fight for control of the limited space they have. When a land mass suddenly appears out of nowhere, people flock to it, only to be caught up in its mysteries. Kaia, one of the last living members of the Treek race, heads to the new land to . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Broken Land by steinulfr

Things fall apart

The Broken Land is a dark epic fantasy story set in a world coming apart at the seams. Capricious magic warps beasts into strange and dangerous monsters, and Changes people into distorted caricatures of what they used to be. Peace and prosperity are the order of the day, but the past casts a long shadow, and the wounds of the . . .

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Exiles by McQueen Serial Fantasy

Struggle and survival on a forgotten continent.

Kalkonu, the lost continent. It is a forgotten place, beyond society, beyond morals, and beyond law. It is the dark corner where the nations of the world dispose of their . . . undesirables, and a prison from which there is no escape. Banished to live out their lives on the frozen tundra, an ensemble cast of broken, misfit heroes struggle to . . .

An online magazine of fiction, updated weekly.
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The Eagle’s Flight by Daniel E. Olesen

King, nobleman, knight, commoner - who will remain standing?

The Eagle’s Flight is a fantasy epic dealing with power struggles and intrigues in the Seven Realms of Adalmearc. Every character has their own agenda, using whatever means necessary to advance it. Everyone considers themselves their hero of their own story, but inevitably it must lead to clash, conflict, and war. More information, including a map, can be seen . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Diary Of Erica Kron by Spine

Hi. My name is Erica. I’m a sprite, and though I might be a little young I’m living on my own for the first time. I can’t wait to meet new people and to learn more about the world I call my home. . . .

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Heretic by Bluespades

The Fifth World is a testament to the mercurial nature of the gods. Four worlds before have been created, then destroyed, eradicated in the petty wars of their creators. The Fifth would be different, they assured themselves. Every god and goddess would limit themselves, to ensure that none of them was powerful enough to destroy what they worked so hard . . .

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Azeal Neralum by Kazi223

What are we but a collection of memories? Each, defining who we are and what we think. But, what if we lost that mental capability, it being shattered almost beyond repair? Would we be the same people although we haven’t ‘experienced’ anything? What would happen when an ordinary man dies, his memories of everything he cared about and loved . . .

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That’s So Wizard by Erik McKinnon

Hell isn’t so bad once you get used to it, but not everything for a wizard is sparkles and unicorns.

It’s the 21st century. A wizard can use a smart phone, as well as perform outstanding feats one could hardly imagine. Eldrian is a clever young man aspiring to be the greatest wizard he can be, while also hiding from those who seek to catch or kill those like him. Him and Kevin must unite a band of colourful characters—some . . .

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Toadmila Wartly by Diana Parparita

The fantastic adventures of the witch Toadmila Wartly in her quest for everlasting glory and riches and a quiet afternoon nap. . . .

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Echo of the Ages by Qorvus

The tide of years washes over the lands and in its wake civilisations and nations vanish, leaving behind only monuments of past glories, forgotten ruins buried beneath the sands and hidden tombs. Within them can be found the wealth of the past, by those skilled and lucky, wealth enough for a lifetime. The ruins do not give up their . . .

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The Eighth Warden by Ivy Veritas

A young warrior-mage tries to forge his own destiny, while dealing with a fate not of his choosing. Corec had no idea what the future held in store when he left his homeland to build his own life. When beautiful women start ending up mysteriously linked to him somehow—and not necessarily happy about the fact—Corec and his companions must work . . .

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BLACK BLOSSOM

The Menace from Earth

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jan 5, 2013: This is a brilliant, unusual work; a triumph of world building. In some ways it shadows how the feudal Japanese culture reacted to their first encounters with Europeans during the Edo period (although the Al-Naidoori seem more gentle!). Without a doubt, it is exquisite writing. The only problem I had with it was I felt some interesting plot elements (including those centred around the black blossom of the title) were glossed over or left unexplained, in favour of focusing on the relationship of the two protagonists. Or perhaps I [more . . .]

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THE EAGLE'S FLIGHT

A well-hidden gem

By Chillypepper, member

Sep 18, 2017: I will begin this review by mentioning what a crime it is that this work of fiction is not on the top 10. Let alone being an extremely under-viewed one.

‘The Eagle’s Flight’ Is a high fantasy novel, a professional one at that. This is what I wish all high fantasy genres would aspire to be. A massive, well developed world set in medieval settings (Much like LoTR or GoT) That relies on showing you what this world is like rather [more . . .]

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