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Steelshod by MostlyWrites

The saga of a new mercenary company as they strive to find a beacon of light in a dark and hopeless world. Set in a quasi-historical world, clearly fantastical but with allegories to real world cultures, languages, and religions. Character-focused, with a gradually expanding cast and scope. Eventually spans multiple continents and features a cast of every race, . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Flow by Kay.L

It begins with nothing.

Jessica is a young peasant who has worked in her family’s fields for her entire life. Recent events have increased the burden resting on her and her father’s shoulders, but she retains her free and unbridled personality. That day, however, her path crosses with circumstances beyond the control of most beings. . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Hidden Forge: Lucem Ac Tenebras by AstralTempest

When a near future Earth becomes connected to a medieval world of magic, a man must forge a future for himself amidst the chaos.

For Ian Hayes, your average 26-year-old security guard, waking up on time for work is his toughest daily challenge. He’s just an average security guard, but what happens when his life becomes anything but? When a mysterious portal appears in his bedroom one morning, he dives right in and discovers a new world. However, not everything is as it . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Strange Cosmology by Alex Raizman

Ending the world got more complicated

The sequel to Small Worlds! After managing to defeat Enki, Ryan, Crystal, and Athena still have that whole “end of the world” to get to. But first they have to figure out where Bast and Moloch went, why the Greek Pantheon is missing, and how the hell the US Government got its hand on homemade gods. Not to mention . . .

A serialized novel, updating Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Small Worlds by Alex Raizman

Guess it's time to end the world.

Ryan has been followed by a mysterious figure his entire life. One day, he finds a small black stone – a nanoverse – and in short order finds out he is now a god. Specifically the Eschaton, meaning it’s his job to end the world. Then things start to get out of hand. . . .

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Threadbare by Lost Demiurge

LitRPG done fuzzy and cute

A golem maker’s project turns out to be far more than his creator bargained for. Fortunately for the golem, he’s quick to find allies, learn skills, gain levels, and get himself out of horrible predicaments. Which is good, because his creator has a whole lot of enemies. Unfortunately for the golem, he’s about twelve inches tall, full of . . .

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Advent by Krishan Coupland

Ten-year-old Luke has always idolised his mother. She is strong and defiant and unafraid. She never lies to him, even about the things that matter. She couldn’t be more different from his soft and doting foster family. When his mother arrives unexpectedly at his bedroom window one winter night, Luke doesn’t hesitate. He joins her, and together they run . . .

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A Conquest of the Stars: The Heart’s Anguish by Tigellinus

The Ends Justify the Means

Once a Noble, and now a soldier for the people who killed his family. Eleusis seeks to avenge his family and bring his enemies down from within. Escaping his guilt through violence and anger, he wages a war against his former people. Taking on a false identity to gain power, he is thrust into the helm of command and must . . .

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The Chalice Quartet by Forest Green

A chalice sits on a dusty shelf in a curiosity shop in the city of Whitney. Alpine, a Touch wizard and definitely not a thief, has been tasked with stealing that chalice. Once he does, he realizes he can’t part with something so valuable. On the run, he meets three people who wind up bound to each other using . . .

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The Crucibles by John Du

Their death for your life. Their humiliation for our glory. Do not fail us.

We exist in a multiverse controlled by gods. The gods create, control, and destroy life in these universes. The gods of different universes enjoy pitting their sentient life forms against each other in trials of combat. These contests consist of 18 champions from two different races, and the gods watch as their creations fight to the death. After . . .

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The Piccadilly Detectives by James Woodall

Gay & Queer Detectives Stories in the time of criminalisation

It’s the Roaring Twenties. Homosexuality is a crime in Britain, yet London is home to a thriving queer underworld. In the bohemian bars, the Turkish baths and the public lavatories, gay men and women find love through secret codes and signals. But when your very existence is a crime, who can you trust if not the police? Hugo Fox . . .

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Horry Patter and the Philologer’s Stone by fawnmod

Horry Patter was a boy who lived under the stairs in a cupboard, and had no friends. One day, a giant man appeared and changed everything. Features: Science! Math! Thought experiments! An emotionally compromised boy named Horry! Time travel! Philosophy! Magick! Physics! Magickal Physics! Misspellings of familiar characters! Correct spellings of unfamiliar characters! Secret puzzles that no one has . . .

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THE LEGION OF NOTHING

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By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Jul 26, 2008: Caveat: the story is still being updated regularly, so review subject to change on future installments.

Legion of Nothing is about superheroes – both kinds: mutants and those that rely on technology and their own brains.

They even come in costumes.

There’s plenty of everything: humor, conflict, action sequences, a hint of romance, and even intrigue.

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TAMAO

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By T. E. Waters, member

Nov 6, 2010: I loved this story (not least because I adore snakes, but ahem). I loved it so much, in fact, that I zipped through the entire thing in one night—which is saying something, considering the length—and feel strongly enough about it to leave my first review here.

That said, I very nearly did not get past the first episode.

But let’s start with what I liked first.

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