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From the Journals of Bent Magnus by Milledge / Garduño

These are the journal entries of world traveler Bent Magnus.

A full understanding of Bent Magnus begins with his mind. Imagine if you poured the intellectual horsepower of Einstein, Edison, and Ben Franklin all into one man. Now imagine that the man wasn’t a total pansy, like those other guys, and you have Bent Magnus. Beginning with his birth at the “Fight of the Century” in 1910, Bent Magnus . . .

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The Shadows of Sicily by April Raines

Sex, Lies, and Vampires ... in Roman times.

There are three of us. One lost everything and was born again into the night. The second was already a lady of the night when it embraced her. The third feeds on darkness and delivers anger and death. We three disparate Shadows can only fight each other, until a larger threat looms; the threat of Rome. Together we will . . .

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The Realms of Magic by Robert Black

Many centuries ago, a cataclysm destroyed the line of succession in the land of Giedor. The five provinces of Giedor (Mercica, Mynoria, Sorinar, Dak’rai, and Haldria), all made claims to the vacant throne, sparking a vicious civil war as the states clashed. Now, with numerous regimes, kings, treaties, and promises broken across the so called Killing Fields, the Five States . . .

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Arrowhead University by Bart

Magical University set in 3.P

A long time ago, the King was having problems with too many adventurers. So he founded three Hero adventuring schools with a cap of 20 adventurers each year from each school. Anyone found with levels that wasn’t part of the king’s guard, a graduate of a school, or was influential enough (and rich enough) to pay the special tax, was . . .

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Love Spells: More of the Story by Linda Casebeer

Interactive Serial Fiction

Angelique emerged from foster care to discover that the fast-moving world of lust on the Internet is more than she bargained for in Love Spells, the tale of a teenage mother. . . .

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Pale And Gray by Inigo Sharpe

The world has already ended, Done it, Seen it, Bought the t-shirt. Now as civilization rises from the ashes three burgeoning nations vie for supremacy and the right to rule the land. One Man stands in the middle. A powerful immortal known by the name of Nikolas Marlowe. The fate of the world might well rest on his shoulders . . .

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Cold Iron by Inigo Sharpe

The City Of New Islington, Rhode Island is about to be involved in a very dangerous game. The two secret powers of the North American continent trying to remove one another as the way the world works starts to change. A desperate man makes a wish for his daughter. Two lost girls try to find a new home . . .

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Void by Ridtom

Fighting for something you don't believe in.

Year 2555. A “Gifted” young man, Alex White returns to his home colony of New Triton in search of finding some measure of peace and meaning to his existence. His reputation proceeds him however, further casting him into the chaos of being “Gifted” and all the trouble that it entails. As he struggles to fight for something he doesn’t believe . . .

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Identity by GP Chaldecott

When our past is lost, can we also lose our identity?

After waking up in a scene ripped from the pages of a horror novel, previously mild mannered, Christian Howard is reborn a very different man. Left without the memories of his past, and an inability to distinguish faces, he is torn from the very things that made him human. He finds himself fixating on the bloody scene he woke to, . . .

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Nowhere Town by Jim Woodall

Welcome to Nowhere Town

‘Nowhere Town’ is a webserial set in a post-apocalyptic future, after a global pandemic has all but wiped out humanity. A few residents of a small town in rural America survive by hiding in a nuclear bunker and are now tasked with rebuilding society. The story follows Nina Wójcik, the group’s reluctant leader, as she tries to juggle difficult moral . . .

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The Bane of Bennu by Monica Mileti

Long ago the city of Bennu was ruled by the Rift Masters; humans that were able to manipulate a mysterious energy called Power. The Rift Masters used Power to open a gate to the realm of Tartarus, and took the native nightmarish creatures known as daimons back to their own realm to use as slaves. Four hundred years after . . .

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Terra Defence: The Foxtrot 238 Dispatches by Martin Paredes

The year is 2114 and Lt. Mario Kelly is 4.3 light years away from home, the farthest any human has ever travelled. In fact, Mario is the first human being to have left Earth’s solar system. Fifteen years earlier, Earth had launched its first space probe using the Alcubierre faster-than-light engine to explore Earth’s neighboring solar system. Upon reaching the . . .

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