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The Finite Life of a Dating Sim Heroine by Florence

The Finite Life of a Dating Sim Heroine is a Gender Bender. It tells the story of Michio Fuuji, a workaholic Ordinary High School Student who works to pay for his mother’s alcoholism. He meets his divorced father for his annual visit, and Michio meets his sister. His sister is obsessed with a Dating Sim which Michio doesn’t find the . . .

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Becoming by Arielle Harris

I’m not supposed to tell anyone this, but my parents are vampires. You don’t have to believe me, but they’re the real deal alright, killing humans and drinking their blood to survive. That’s what you have to do when you’re a vampire, it’s either kill or die yourself. Just like my eight siblings before me, I’m training to become a . . .

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All That Shimmers…

By Stormy, editor, author of Require: Cookie

Jul 23, 2008: A book called "Soon I Will be Invincible" helped give superhero fiction a shot in the arm – it started a new genre of superhero books. Original superhero stories, not novelisations of the already famous heroes who have sunk into the public consciousness.

Stories that involve the super, the not-so-super, those struggling with their powers or embracing it, those "blessed with suck" or just given a power that is easy to keep under wraps.

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Oct 31, 2016: Worm is a masterpiece of writing. Interesting, compelling, and almost convoluted, it’s exceptionally long and surprisingly deep. The characters and world are wonderful and very well thought out. While it’s something you can lose yourself in for hours, I’d recommend reading it slower over a month or two as it helps to fully take in the amazing story.

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