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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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The Fixers by Lian Wright

Keeping the Past Accurate

A group dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the past. Their responsibility is to fix time by reversing the changes made by other time travelers. . . .

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Ruin by TheLunarFox

Ruin is a series of interconnected stories that each stand on their own but when read together form a web of stories and moments where the lives of the people are as important as the world they live in. . . .

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The Investigators by Aman Mathur

The Investigators follows the adventures of a private investigation firm based in India. A variety of cases ranging from serial killings to leakage of funds from multi-national companies are tackled by The Investigators. Readers also get a chance to win free e-books, games and more by solving the mystery before the protagonist Dharmesh Singh does. Clues and hints are dropped . . .

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Thereamid by Thereamid

Never call them faeries

Every folklore tradition in Europe seems to have stories about the time when the Fair Folk left for a land across the sea. Two best friends are about to discover where they went. The main story is told through a trunk of character blogs, and can be enjoyed by itself, but there is a supplemental wiki that branches out . . .

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Kings and Monsters by Adah Biggs

A sideways fairy tale

When a monster decides to spare the life of a child, he changes the fate of kingdoms, curtails an expanding empire, restores a lost royal dynasty, and most especially, alters his own life forever. Ja’kh’redd, a monstrous Vidos, was out hunting when he came across an orphaned human child amidst the ruins of a recently destroyed caravan. Taking pity . . .

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The Mongolian Girl by Ian Scott

An offbeat thriller. . . .

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Treasured Vulva by R.E. Greene

Treasured Vulva tells the story of an unnamed man who lives with a woman. He keeps a secret online journal where he writes weekly about his life including his dreams, abuses, and habits. Dark and oddly offbeat, Treasured Vulva is teeming with themes and stirs questions about the nature of devotion, pain, love, and reality. . . .

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Athena’s Iniquitous Gift by Benazir Cari

In a few years the world will experience the fallout from multiple global financial disasters, an energy crisis, ramped up natural disasters and lack of good leadership. As these factors creep insidiously into our lives, three friends decide it is time to go home. Facing the new perils of travel, the friends come across another threat, difficult to pin . . .

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Chronos Chronicles by Joan of Acre

Chronos Chronicles is about a woman, a likely hero. Chronos finds herself in middle America some 100 years after a nuclear war. What has happened to the United States of America? What has happened to the Earth? In this new time she must make her way with all of the new skills and technology that she has been given. . . .

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Raven’s Gift by Tobias D. Robison

Life is difficult, even if you're good at it.

NB: Raven’s Gift is available only as a podcast. Raven has an unusual gift, or is it a curse: a nose that can smell almost anything. During her adventures in medieval, magical Ausland, she must defeat a dragon, an army of giant-size warriors, and three evil wizards. She will master the greatest bit of nose-magic, and learn how to . . .

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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 . . .

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