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The Garden by Zanderkoala

A tale inspired by Overlord. Robert Jackson has been sent to a new world. Now he’s stuck in the body of his game avatar, a beautiful red haired woman. Watch him as he explores this world and adjusts to his new life. . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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The Solar Towers by MB

“In my youth, I found what I thought was a new source of power. A strain of energy, part of simple sunlight, that had been blocked by our ozone. I called it Sunsoul. The moment I discovered it, I knew I would change the world. Once I finally realized what it actually was, I already had.” — V. B. . . .

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Power Games by Eleven

The country of Central has traded away freedom for safety and prosperity many centuries ago. An authoritarian welfare state rules the nation with an iron fist in a velvet glove, bound by a duty of ensuring that the citizens are secure, provided for and able to flourish. The society emphasises interdependence, community spirit and sense of responsibility for the well-being . . .

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A Murmur in Mumbles by L.B. Lane III

“A Murmur” resides in a world unwittingly on the precipice of disaster, where hope is groped at in the dark, and desperation often goes overlooked. It is a universe you will come to understand while following Jean Imke, a young journalist swept by the tide of things much larger than simple curiosities. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Level 51 by Maybonics

All that stands between man and the forces of darkness

They are Foxtrot Squadron, a trio of elite agents, working for the ultra-secret M.I.16. Their brief: to protect the world from supernatural threats, no matter the forms they take, and uphold the masquerade at all costs. Together, they face an unending wave of monsters, hordes of the undead, mages of terrifying power, and – worst of all – the dark . . .

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Curio Killed the Cat by Skyla Dawn Cameron

Urban fantasy without the angst...mostly.

Welcome to Curio Killed the Cat—an occult shop in Kensington Market, Toronto. Meet the employees (a lazy hoodoo spellcaster, a feminist succubus, and a snobbish Wiccan priest), their perpetually drunk (and confused) boss, and their strange customers, as they try to keep the shop from closing. . . .

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Astra Nullius by Demetria Spinrad

Action! Adventure! Aliens!

Captain Nyx Dysart has a spaceship that’s barely holding together, a crew of misfits, and no idea what she’s going to do with the rest of her life. Nyx was a proud officer of the multi-species Coalition, tasked with spreading the message of intergalactic peace, harmony, and a whole lot of love throughout the galaxy. But on her return . . .

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The Writers of the Universe by Stew Stunes

The ending has been changed! Through their words written in stories and books, The Writers of the Universe control the lives of us all. A struggling human author and quite possibly the most unlucky person in existence, is about to leap from the page and journey to realms unknown in order to bring back chaos and freewill to the universe. . . .

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Birthright by Ian Sime

For one hundred years, the nation of Vikaasthan has experienced a golden age of wealth, prosperity and culture. For a hundred years it has been the crown jewel of the world. Sabrina Bunahr, first and only daughter of Esteemed Maharaja Marthanda Bunahr and heir to the throne, is honoured to call it hers. But when she is tricked by . . .

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Frotwoot’s Faerie Tales by Charlie Ward

The Seelie and Unseelie Courts are at war. On one side: Noble knights, fighting for freedom. On the other: Not-so-noble terrorists, fighting for the right to rule. Caught in the middle: One very confused, very LOST teenage boy. His name is Frotwoot. He’s a faerie. And this . . . is his tale. (Hence the, uh . . . hence the title.) . . .

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The Manifested by Matt

A beacon of civilisation shines brightly on an island chain, surrounded on all sides by forces that would wipe away the last of humanity. Avaria stands firm against The Manifested, twisted beasts that would see humanity dead. A fresh class of recruits seeks to join the rangers, a specialist unit tasked with scouting the continental wastes and giving advanced warning . . .

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Death’s Door by safra

This is a story about a girl who dies and wants to find out why

Inez Walker is running away from her problems, pretending like they don’t exist. This is working great for her until she’s unexpectedly murdered on her way to work one morning. With many regrets under her belt and a growing suspicion that something is horribly wrong, Inez teams up with a pair of disgraced grim reapers to uncover the truth . . .

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FLESH PHANTOMS

Interesting collection of short stories

By Linda Schoales, editor

Feb 19, 2009: “Flesh Phantoms” is a collection of short stories written by one author. Some of them are very short, more like story fragments or the author’s thoughts, while others are a more conventional length. They’re all interesting, sometimes bordering on brilliant. The tone varies between whimsical and sardonic, but there’s almost always a touch of wry wit lurking in the background, as well as some serious thought and social commentary.

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TATTOO

A very enjoyable read

By Xirena, member

Aug 1, 2009: It is a very enjoyable story, I think that there are enough little plot twists for this to be a long lived series. The magical influence of the story is widely varied due to the heroine’s in depth study of magic over the years, her eyes are wide open compared to the rest of the world so almost nothing can throw her. There are a lot of the deeper issues of society touched on, and Glory has an introverted bookhounds view of the world that leads her to expect the [more . . .]

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