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Dark Circles by Annie Abbondante

All I ever really wanted were dark circles under my eyes.

All I ever really wanted were dark circles under my eyes. The thin, navy half-moons seemed so elusive and beautiful. I wanted the kind you get from being malnourished or not getting enough sleep. Models who spent nights with rock stars had them. Dancers who devoted themselves too much to their art had them. Pale girls with black hair and . . .

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Cold Ghost by Eva Shandor

Yakuza, Road Trips and Bears, Oh my!

Joel was just a regular ol’ park ranger, minding his own business when Yukihiro, a recently retired assassin for a Tokyo yakuza family, burst through a window and into his life. Now, he’s trapped quite figuratively in a web of deceit and danger that goes beyond the usual ‘hilarious misunderstanding’ and driven straight to ‘running away for dear life’. . . .

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Lyssa’s Tale by Zodi Mitchell

One elf's tale as she discovers herself and her friends.

Lyssa Stormwater has known hardships. From the highs and lows of her downtrodden upbringing, to life on the streets of Stonebridge. The friends she makes, the loves she finds, and the obstacles she overcomes. This is Lyssa’s Tale. . . .

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The Seekers by Dash

The year is 2010. All over England, the children are going missing. The Shadow is getting stronger. The little boy knows it, the neighbours know it. The other children at school know it . . . yet today, today when the Truth comes to visit this particular little boy there is nothing anybody can do for him. Young Billy Speers is discovering . . .

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The Department of Minor Incompetence Correction by Rhapsody In Prose

Got Competence?

The Department of Minor Incompetence Correction is a quasi-governmental agency that battles the forces of incompetence through unorthodox means. Its newest recruit, Brandon Wilson, finds himself suddenly thrust into the weird and below-the-radar world of incompetence and competence, along with a host of equally strange denizens from chapter #257. “To change big things you have to change small things, . . .

An abandoned novel.
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God Vessel Online by DarkClaymore

Erika is a tall, elegant honor student and a closet gamer who is secretly obsessed with cute little critters. Mina is a short, brash girl who flaunts herself as a gamer and pays no heed to others. Normally, the two would have nothing to do with each other. But, when the virtual “Grim Reaper’s Curse” afflicts Mina in the . . .

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Animal Kingdom by Ashley

She's the beauty and the beast.

Six months after a devastating attack that turned her into a werewolf and left her brother in a coma, Serena Carlyle is barely holding it together. She thinks she’s finally caught a break though when she literally runs into another werewolf named Leo on the full moon. Unfortunately when someone confesses to attacking her, she realizes there’s much more to . . .

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Murkland by Chris George

The longest night of the year just got even longer...

For four strangers living in the Scottish city of Devara the longest night of the year just got even longer. As the fog rolls in and the lights are go out they find they must stick together to face their own personal demons, as well as the demons of the city’s terrifying past and soon, they will question the very . . .

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The Ddro by M.E. Traylor

Gnomes and aliens deal with the personal and political fallout of genocide. And courtship angst.

Seventy years after an invasion from the sky, the loose conglomerate of dramma tribes of the Ddro has transformed into a culture that is not quite modern, not quite primitive. They still maintain diplomatic relations with the alien —but eerily similar— Talame, who tried to eradicate them to claim their ecological niche. Most dramma welcome the children born between the . . .

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MODOC – Metal Organism Designed Only for Cuddling by Thaddeus Howze

In 2110, a child’s artificially intelligent toy (in the form of a cat) becomes self-aware and decides it should take over the remnants of the shattered and dystopian world. Needless to say, it is a bit nonplussed to discover it doesn’t even have claws. With a backdrop of a world on edge, climate gone wild, oceans devoid of life, . . .

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Trying to throw my arms around the world by Lee Harlem Robinson

Because dyke drama is a state of mind

As Lee Harlem Robinson struggles to come to grips with the insanely fast-paced city of Hong Kong, where she was sent by her employers, she starts to wonder where it all went wrong. The reader is taken on a journey back in time from Lee’s early years in romance in London and Paris to her current life in the city . . .

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Deus En Machina by Josh Craig

A story of loss and victory, magic and machines, gods and mortals and discovering what it takes to save the world. Led by the vision of the consulary and protected by the dedication of the mage-knights, the world has found peace at last. Or so people believe, but the truth is far less comforting. In this time of peace . . .

An abandoned series.
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