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Better Than One by Lord Zaika

Are two heads better than one? For Kevin, who is sharing a body of a two-headed ogre, the answer is a resounding no. Hell no. That’s because the other head is a former human princess. Whether through sorcery or subterfuge, neither had any choice in the matter. They are quite literally stuck with each other and need to survive . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Black Meridian by Z.Q. Spark

There's a New Kind of Public Servant

Some facts about humans: They are intelligent, versatile creatures with a tendency for murder and vice. Zeta, a swordsman from a villa at the summit of Greenwich Mountain, has heard many stories about the “Sigma World,” the colloquial term for any and all things superpowered in the world. He’s also heard of the many tragedies, as well as the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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One Hell of a Gap Year by ToWitToWhom

A tale of an abducted human who must learn to survive in an alien environment. Abducted at the beginning of what was meant to be her gap year, our protagonist is immediately thrust into an arena where she is forced to fight for her life. . . .

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Deep, Blue, Bottomless by Marn

A supernatural seaside mystery.

Deep, Blue, Bottomless (DBB) is an ongoing supernatural mystery serial about a TV psychic named Howell Lynch who begins to have very real psychic visions. On sick leave in his seaside hometown, Howell becomes swept up in a murder investigation when his visions lead him to the discovery of a body on the beach, and the victim’s parents insist that . . .

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Descendants and Champions by Elizabeth Frei

Twenty-four year old Silvia Chance Garrison, having grown up in a small town in Ontario, Canada and being neglected all her life didn’t see herself as anything special. A chance meeting with Sebastian Dalca changes all of that, however, when she is whisked away to The Prison and learns more about her heritage and a world that lays not far . . .

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Chosen Few by Matathias

A mundane visit to the local science museum starts off a series of worrying events for Austin Travis and his friends. They would like nothing more than to continue living their lives as they have, but the universe seems to have other plans . . .  . . .

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I Am Going To Die (In This Game-Like Dimension) by H.C. Mills

Life's hard, surviving's harder

When mysterious portals start opening up around the world at large events, swallowing everybody, you’d think that would warrant some kind of danger pay when you have to sell hotdogs at a Comic Con, right? ‘No, of course not; what are the odds of that happening here, out of all the big events in the world?’ Well, Emma was . . .

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My Big Sister is a Demon Lord | 我的姐姐是個大魔王 by Amae

Short, sweet and wholesome.

A heart-warming story of how a human has been summoned by a demon lord to become her little brother. . . .

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Sanctuary by Norlum

Existing since time primordial, the Ancient Aldin Forest has preserved its reputation as one of the most dangerous locations within the Balt Kingdom. It’s the home of many exotic plants, unusual creatures and ferocious magical beasts. A small boy was unfortunate enough to find himself waking up in such place. Wounded, with no recollection of who he was or . . .

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Revolutionary Ghosts by Edward Trimnell

It's 1976, and the Headless Horseman rides again!

In 1976, some of the nastiest spirits from the American Revolution return. One Ohio teenager must match his wits against the Headless Horseman, a merciless band of undead Hessians, and the vengeful ghosts of condemned British spies. Supernatural horror with a 1970s vibe. . . .

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Drip-Fed by Funatic

A slime randomly falls into existence. Sapient and born with the ability to recreate parts of the things it feasts upon, the highly confused drop of primordial soup decides that the only real thing it can do is become the being at the top of the food chain. . . .

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O Burning Star by Kevin Barrett

The saga of one young man's journey through a world of beasts, warlords, and the coming of the end of the world.

ATTACK. LOOT. EAT. BURN. ‍ Arthen is without a home once again. But this time, he is not alone. His brother has abandoned him, cursed him, and left him with a mortal wound that brings with it a sinister presence and infects Arthen’s mind. Now a mysterious whispering voice follows Arthen as he gains unnatural powers and unusual abilities he’s . . .

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A RAKE BY STARLIGHT

Waiting For More

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Jul 2, 2016: I didn’t read the first book in this series (Pay Me, Bug!) until it was published as an ebook. I’m not sure why. This time around I’m reading every post as it appears and wishing Chris updated more quickly.

If you liked Pay Me, Bug!, everything that you liked is still there: the amoral smuggler captain, the crew (even the bug), the complex political situation created by the previous book, and still more that I can’t post without spoiling the surprise.

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WORTH THE CANDLE

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Nov 26, 2017: I’m not a big fan of "protagonist gets transported to another world" stories, but this one really speaks to me. The worldbuilding might feel inconsistent in the beginning, but this is intentional. This "chunkiness", as well as the way it strives to avoid fantasy cliches all serve to reinforce the premise of the story.

A tabletop roleplayer called Juniper Smith is transported to another world called Aerb. Almost immediately he realizes that Aerb contains numerous products of his own imagination, most [more . . .]

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