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Stories from Osterin by Richard Young

It's all fun and games until somebody loses their mind.

If you can touch the Madness, it will grant you great power. A power that will devour your mind until you are nothing more than a shell. Make no mistake: it will happen. And when it does, you’ll turn your power on anyone nearby. And trust me, that’s not pretty. There’s only one option – the protection of . . .

A collection of stories.
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Peculiar Memories by Jason Macias

Most of the time, my days are as ordinary as the next guy's. Then there are days when something peculiar happens.

Most of the time, my days pass more or less like I imagine the days pass for other people. I work. I enjoy the company of friends. I daydream. I do laundry. Then there are other times when something peculiar happens. Not very often, of course, but frequently enough that I sometimes wonder about these occurrences and what they might . . .

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Book of the Blind by James Dickson

At the Eschaton City docks, Detective Sean Gibson begins his investigation into a bizarre cult-related murder. Meanwhile, Morgan Duane, professional cat burglar, is hired to steal a priceless artifact: the Book of the Blind. As events unfold, it becomes evident that these events are inextricably connected, that old gods are reclaiming their rightful places among mankind, and that it . . .

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The Inuyama Rebellion by Robyn Paterson

On the eve of war, a mother's desperate bid to save her children sends two samurai into enemy territory.

The Sengoku Jidai was an age of nearly constant warfare in Japanese history, clans struggled endlessly against other clans and today’s ally might be tomorrow’s enemy. The proud Inuyama clan, once driven nearly to the brink of extinction by their hated rivals the Kurokawa clan, have finally grown in strength enough to face their enemies in a battle for their . . .

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A Country Between by T.L. Stillinger

A World-Hopping Fantasy Tale

Young lady Lunessa and warrior-in-training Rosalynn flee their home, and find themselves in the Grand City of Midway, the place where all of the realms intersect. In that sprawling mish-mash of a million cultures they will find adventure, love, and betrayal as they forge new lives for themselves in the place where everything is possible. . . .

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Moondust by Stephanie Payne

By Believing, One Sees.

For as long as anyone can remember, there have been stories. Stories of fairies and dragons and witches and magic. For thousands of years they were given the respect and awe they deserved, until recently. With fairies pictured as harmless little sprites who sleep in lanterns, mythical creatures nothing more than lies told to children to keep them in their . . .

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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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Korber’s Reflections by d. fay

The journal of korber ap grumbly, a greater apprentice in the crafting of Eoc’s Blood. His wife is dead, his best friend is dead (they are both melded with him in his mind), and he is being hunted by the society of the elite and his own kind—the terreni. . . .

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The Plot to End All Plots by Craig Borysowich & Kevin Amery

Follow a tour-de-force satire that contains a cast of thousands in this modern day portrayal of a world gone slightly mad when the physics of time and space start to come apart.

Enter the modern day world as it suffers from a few physics glitches in time and space that are starting to spiral out of control and threaten to collapse the universe. Even the authors themselves get caught up with the characters in a mayhem of satire and the forces of Good, Evil and the somewhat neutral but no quite fence . . .

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Aug 31, 2008: Laura Jones ability to write short stories and vignettes fills me with not a little bit of envy! Mostly I admire the skill and I love scrolling through my LiveJournal Friends’ list to find a snapshot of story. I’m never sure when I’m reading pure story and when I’m getting a cleverly disguised blog entry. Are her characters just characters? What inspired this latest scene? But you can never just assume that everything is a scene from real life, names changed to protect the not-so-innocent—much like the WFG tagline says, [more . . .]

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SPOTS THE SPACE MARINE

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Sep 19, 2014: I actually read Spots as an Ebook after it finished, but I suggest reading it in either format.

The style is offputting. You may want to put it down in the first couple of pages, because the method of narration is . . . different. A lot of people say it reads like a movie script, but to me, it reads more like written transcripts of security camera footage. DON’T PUT IT DOWN!

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