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Silversmith by speciousific

On a mildly chilly winter’s night in the city of Brisbane, a teenage girl suddenly bursts into flames. This wouldn’t be out of ordinary, except for the part where they then burn her to death, leaving behind a single word in the ashes. Officially, the police think it’s spontaneous combustion. Certain people think otherwise. June Young is trying not . . .

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A Stitch in Rhyme by PiedSpider

A fantastical yarn for the curlicued mind.

Welcome, carpet beetles and all bookworms, call me Laren Crawford (or Pied Spider). I hope this sonnet makes you more informed— enough to be A Stitch in Rhyme insider. It tells of Dilys and of Aeronwy, two teens who study making magic marvels until they’re tangled in conspiracy and find to their chagrin how life unravels. More than . . .

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Red Souls by A_Passing_Wanderer

In a world where Superheroes and villains exist, the conflicts that can not be solved by mere words will inevitably rise. Jack Mercer, a 17 year old high school student, becomes a victim in an unavoidable tragedy – but it also becomes the catalyst for an incredible change in him which will either lead him down the path to . . .

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Ayrin’s Journey by Jack Toll

Dark days are ahead for the hundred kingdoms, feuds erupting into civil war as alliances unravel, loosened by blood and steel. North of the kingdoms, evil stirs and monsters march, march north to warmer lands and to their prey. Against this tide stand small bands of brave warriors, men and women of courage, skill and valour. Hunters and slayers . . .

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Words of Power by Justin

In a world where Super Heroes are real, tensions are brewing between Heroes who want to remain independent and the government who believe that they should be kept in check. Follow the four inheritors of the powers of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth as they learn to use their abilities and take up the mantle of their predecessors. . . .

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Tales of a Retired Cyborg by Justin

Follow retired free agent John Doe, once known as The Angel of Death, in the underworld as he tries to navigate his retirement and the consequences of his life as a free agent. . . .

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The Dao of Magic by WeirdWhirl

Here I am, sitting on a mountain so far away from civilisation it might as well be the godforsaken arse of the world, about to ascend. Can’t wait to leave this crapfest of a planet . . . Turns out that the higher ups decided that an unaffiliated rogue like me is too big of a risk to let run around free. Seems . . .

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Star Child by Leonard Petracci

A Superhero Story

Everyone has a superpower based on the topography of where they were born (IE: Mountains, deserts, etc.). The first child has just been born in space. . . .

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The New Humans by Henry Walker

A tale of young superhumans in the 1960s

Allison Kinsey is a young superhuman girl growing up in 1960s Australia, in the midst of a worldwide hysteria caused by the emergence of the Flying Man, an extremely powerful superhero who refuses to refrain from meddling in the affairs of man. She and her friends live at an experimental school run by the eccentric Dr. Lawrence Herbert in the . . .

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Pagebreak by Who Cares?

Reading used to be fun...

Jean V. Forster is a teenage girl who spends most of her free time in a secret room at the back of the public library, a room where the books haven’t yet been confiscated for ‘preservation.’ One day, she finds a burnt book behind the shelves and is transported to the ‘House of Wisdom’, a massive library in the magical . . .

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Your Typical Isekai LitRPG by TheEpicLotfi

One moment, Joichiro Nagase was minding his own business, eating his lunch in peace. The other, he and his entire class gets summoned to another world to act as a vanguard against forces of evil. That goes as well as you’d expect, considering that the summoners rallied/kidnapped a bunch of students, putting their lives at risk, expecting them to . . .

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World of Fog and Dust by Vetapox

There was once a time when god blew a great wind and separated humanity. He confused their tongues and cast them upon each other. A thousand years later, he struck his creations once more and covered the world in a shroud of fog and dust. The following is just one of many tales that lie beyond the veil . . .

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STREET

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By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Jul 29, 2008: Caveat: I haven’t read all of Street, but I have read all of Year 1: Empathy.

The beginning instantly grabbed me. Crisp, clear, to the point.

I like that.

The story itself starts off strong: we are introduced to Gina, a woman working the Street, and telepathic mind drugs (which I thought was just cool). She takes a job she knows she probably [more . . .]

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TALES OF THE FIRST

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By ChrysKelly, author of Matilda Raleigh

Oct 17, 2016: I’ve read about 50 installments of this, and I managed that in a day. The installments are very small, no more than 300 words, and the story pulls you in deceptively easily. You think I’ll just read one more, it won’t take long, and then you read another five.

The story is described just up above here, so I won’t go into that. I will say that I loved the town descriptions – I think because it’s UK and I’m in [more . . .]

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