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Fury: Book One of the Titanomachy by J P Koenig

Blood begets blood...

When Karson and Ax find out that their foster father has been murdered, they are out for blood. Kabiri had been a reformed gangbanger, preaching to young thugs about how to do more with their lives. What Karson and Ax expected was to have to hunt down a gang. They didn’t expect to find a strange cult. They also didn’t . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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After Moses by Michael F Kane

The Solar System is in a state of decline. The benevolent AI Moses disappeared decades ago taking mankind’s hope of a better future with him. The dream of the stars is dead. Freelancer Matthew Cole struggles to find a way to pay the bills and keep his ship flying. He’s always been a bit of a loner but the time . . .

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Data Dragon Danika by gusdefrog

A very small dragon's life.

After a great deal of preparation, Danika begins her new digital dragon’s life in a very small way. They say the “Living Jade Empire” creates individualized quests. They say it can read your mind. They say you can find your heart’s desire. They say that there’s never been a game like it, and they’re right but . . . they’re also wrong. . . .

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The Helena Chronicles by SME

Espers are really no different than humans; they look like any normal human and in general behave like any normal human. However, there are a few key differences. The max life expectancy of espers ranges from forty-five to fifty. They naturally have a knack for mathematics and are extremely intelligent in general, this because their abilities rely on the subconscious . . .

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A Tail’s Misfortune by SME

For years Sora has been viciously harassed by bullies, being subject to physical, psychological, and emotional torture from middle school to high school. This, however, is going to change as Sora’s sixteenth birthday draws near; reality begins to twist as myths and legends surround her. She starts to change from a demure teenage girl to something else as she struggles . . .

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Everyday Life of a Modern Witch by TheWiseVixen

Lyra Grey moves to Seattle to live with her best friend after her adoptive mother dies. A chance encounter with a woman named Camilla sparks a strange compulsion, and draws her into the dangerous world of the supernatural. Can she survive the obsession of an ancient vampire? Set in a modern, supernatural world. . . .

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Displaced by IrateRapScallion

Scyria was a harsh world, where death came swiftly for the weak and foolish alike, but at least it was stable. Societies matured, knowledge improved, and slowly, one tiny step at a time, life got better. As tough as the world could be, the people of Scyria could at least look forward to the fact that each upcoming year would . . .

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How Best to Use a Sword by Antagonized Penguin

A straight-up fantasy story without the 'straight.'

Featuring inexhaustible knights, kinky witches and a polyamourous chosen one, How Best to Use a Sword is about a series of fantasy protagonists living a series of tropey fantasy lives . . . except without all that pesky heteronormativity. They fight monsters, hang out with knights and kings and princesses, and then they have sex with their boyfriends at the end of the day—oh, . . .

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Rainbow Destructor by Thedude3445

Rainbow Destructor is a dizzying flash of color splashed onto the page as the seven-woman crew of the XSS Savior must save the galaxy from a an impending threat that defies not only physics, but everything you’ve ever expected in a space adventure story. . . .

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Kill The Joker: Survival Game by galakei

Redemption is a fickle thing.

Nine detectives and nine serial killers find themselves playing a dangerous survival game of deductions, pretending, and—murder. With your life and alias on the line, what would you give up for a shot at redemption? The main premise and kick of KtJ is that it is a guessing game of sorts. 18 high school students of various ages and . . .

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The Luckless Mage of Greidwhen Academy by David Daulton

A TOURNAMENT OF SORCERERS . . .  AND THE MISFIT WHO ENTERED IT. Ever since she was a little girl, Lucy Hardtvelt has wanted to attend the same academy of magic her mother had graduated from, as well as compete in the same, famous Sorcerers Tournament hosted there every year. And finally, after having her application accepted, Lucy is jubilant to begin . . .

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Deviant by Kataclysm

You don't need a gun to win a war.

In 2009, the world changed as Seattle fell to a tsunami, one created with sheer willpower. The rise of “Deviants,” superhumans with unique abilities and powers, was almost immediate. Factions formed, fighting themselves and each other, and once mundane criminals became lethally efficient killers. Heroes rose up, but they were few and far between. It is now 2025. The . . .

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Buttery goodness

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Oct 26, 2008: This is a popcorn novel. Not a lot of substance, but deliciously entertaining.

The prose is to the point, the banter is enjoyable (and I laughed a few times, I think), and it’s just a lot of fun. I’ve only read the first two parts (I know that doesn’t sound like a lot, but it really is), and I’ll probably end up reading more when I find the time.

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Reaping the Benefits of Good Storytelling

By DanWeatherly, author of The New Devil

Sep 27, 2013: It’s not often you find a fresh take on a superhero mold.

Though, strictly speaking, The Zombie Knight is more of a supernatural fantasy story than a superhero story, it has enough in common to feel comfortable and familiar but enough to distinguish it so that it doesn’t feel boring and derivative.

Instead of getting bitten by a radioactive spider, The Zombie Knight’s protagonist, Hector, is saved from death by a reaper, [more . . .]

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