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Paladin by Komikhan

When the first derelict alien spacecraft fell to Earth, humanity took what was found in it and propelled themselves to new heights. In their new Golden Age, humanity developed technology that they had only dreamed about. The following years saw hundreds more ships crash into the planet, spurring even greater technological leaps. An unassuming spacecraft, one of the dozens . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekdays.
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Gods Are Watching by Viricia

In the land where the four deities rule, something monstrous has risen out of the water. In a last pitch of desperation, a noble is asked by her deity to help save the world. At the same time, an invisible force twists its hand and turns the leaders of Pangaea to chaos. A plan orchestrates beyond their power; the beginning . . .

A serialized novel.
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Exhuman by ZoeTrope

A story about terrible superpowers, the terrible people who hold them, and the terrible people who do not.

Exhuman is a story of a futuristic world where nuclear wars have come and gone, superhumans (the titular Exhumans) appear at random and cause devastation, and people haven’t changed at all from the 21st century. It is a dark story which follows the life of Athan Ashton, an 18-year old who wakes up to find himself a lightning-powered Exhuman. . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Touch by Rhythm

A survival story

People make mistakes. Not exactly inspiring, I know. But it’s true. Even the best of intentions can lead to bad decisions, and those decisions can come to haunt people down the line. It doesn’t make us evil. In fact, I’d say it’s what makes us human. This is a story about mistakes and the group of children who . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Fake Geek Girl by Tansy Rayner Roberts

a magical rom-com about friendship, witches & geeky rock music

Hebe Hallow is used to living in the shadow of her sister, her best friend and their rock band Fake Geek Girl. But when a beautiful boy with a phoenix tattoo falls into Hebe’s life—and her sharehouse—she can’t hide from real life any more. Belladonna University #1, on the Sheep Might Fly podcast. . . .

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Order and Entropy by K. Quistorff

For centuries there has been a tenuous peace through the ruins of the Corinthian Empire. One bought with the blood of countless thousands, and floundering in the shadows of a cold war fueled by magic, faith, and dragons. The memory of mages may be long, but time brings complacency, and ambition is a wolf ever circling at the door. . . .

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The Seichi Chronicles by TheRealEvanSG

Britan Westwood embarks on a vengeance mission to kill a monster.

Hunters, Asager Shells, and Blessings . . . Britan has led his entire life not knowing a thing about these three things. However, when he overhears an important conversation and when a horrible monster destroys everything he’s ever loved, he’s thrust headfirst into the dangerous game of monster hunting. Can he and his new friends free the world of Seichi from the darkness within? . . .

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Love, Late by Kathy Wren

When Claire started sleeping with her best friend, she thought it was the first step to everything she’d ever wanted. Noah ripped that illusion apart with a few well-chosen words, and Claire fled their friendship – and the city – in the aftermath. Years later, she returns home for her brother’s wedding, but she’s not alone. Her relationship with . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Evil that Men Do by Hector Medina

‘Evil that Men Do’ is a dark fantasy contemporary serial. It begins with the first book, Heathens, and follows two demon hunters Apollo and Dion as they travel to the city of Havenbrook to deal with an occult bent on summoning a dangerous hellspawn. . . .

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The World Falls Up by darkrie1475

A story of a boy and a girl… and a black hole that reverses Earth's gravity.

Welcome to Earth. Every day, when the sun comes up, the Hole comes up as well- a massive, scientifically impossible black hole that reverses the gravity of Earth. Mankind has been decimated on the first day the Hole appeared. A boy and a girl wander through the wilderness of this new Earth, searching for the girl’s brother- a man who . . .

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The Space Between by L.L. Anderson

His past and his present are about to collide, setting off a chain reaction that threatens to destroy dozens of lives, including his own. It was a night like any other night. Then his phone rang. Answering a friend’s call for help, Seth Marlowe sets out for The Compass Bar. He thinks he’s ready for whatever situation awaits . . .

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Worth the Candle by cthulhuraejepsen

Is the game worth the candle?

A young man suddenly finds himself falling off a plane into a new fantasy world. Being an old hand at D&D, some things seem disconcertingly familiar . . . but there’s no time to ponder the similarities to the campaigns he used to run because there’s a character sheet attached to his soul and this “game” is getting lethal real fast. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes thrice weekly.
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KINDA SUPER GAY

Funny

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Dec 30, 2014: Drop into a bizarre version of our world in which superhero is a profession which an anxious teen might drift into because that’s what the folks do (despite the lack of any, you know, superpowers), time travel and alternate realities are a perfectly reasonable explanation for why a girl doesn’t know her grandparents, and demons, telepaths, sphinxes and gargoyles are characters you might run into at any time. I don’t know how ordinary people survive in this world, but otherwise life is pretty much as usual.

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THE WONDERLAND EFFECT

Alice’s Even Further Adventures

By Unillustrated, author of Citadel

Sep 21, 2014: Lewis Carrol crossed with the X-Men isn’t something you see every day but it works surprisingly well. This is a superpowers story in a modern setting. Powers are still rare enough that they’re essentially unknown. The story follows three basic plot lines with a clear intention to converge in the near future. The first two are the X-Men theme. One is a private school, maintained for the purpose of allowing its empowered students to learn how to use their powers for the greater good. The second follows a superpowered criminal [more . . .]

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