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The Man Who Made Monsters by L.P. Loudon and Erin Klitzke

There are monsters, and there are the monsters that kill them.

Weston Nielson Chandler went to Chicago to put distance between himself and his father. It might have worked, but Braedon Chandler’s enemies don’t really care what Wes wants. . . .

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Scientific Tales by Charlotte Hillebrand-Viljoen

steampunk asteroid city-states

Scientific Tales is a series of stories about steampunk asteroid city-states. It features diverse people, many of whom like science, doing science, amongst other things, in accurate and realistic (that is, realistic for steampunk asteroid city-states) fashion. It looks like this: After Earth burned, the remnant of humanity was contained in the self-sustaining asteroid mining colonies. Carey Atkinson declared . . .

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Sin Eater by Emma Mohr

Out of desperation to save her dying son, Grace Barnes sells her soul to Lucifer. In doing so, she becomes his sin eater as well as the alpha to a family of hellhounds. She is thrust into a world she never believed existed with Lucifer’s enemies already hot on her trail and a very persistent detective. . . .

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Home of the Brave by Eleanor Roth

The War has come to America...

The war has come to the United States – desolation is everywhere. Neighborhoods have small pockets of civilians, holed up in homes and abandoned buildings, struggling to survive as the war wages on just beyond their front doors. Follow the journey of one group of survivors from Portland, Oregon as they try to make their way in a barely recognizable . . .

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Volunteer by YppleJax

What if most magicians' illusions...weren't?

Augusta, a lonely young woman mildly obsessed with stage magic, manages to get invited on stage through seeming happenstance. Her life gets tangled with another “volunteer” and she quickly discovers that real magic comes with some serious complications. . . .

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The Human Camera by Moe McLendon

Why would a man abandon his volition to become a camera? How would cinema change if it recorded feelings as well as sight and sound? “The Human Camera” is a book about how people become machines, and machines become people. It takes place sometime in the early 22nd century, and deals with a man who becomes a cinema camera, . . .

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Afterlife by Mike Monroe

A free online science fiction/western serial.

The world as we know it is gone. It’s become a vast desert wasteland where you could ride a sand bike for hundreds of miles before seeing signs of civilization. Our cities are long destroyed. Others have risen up in their ashes, but it’s taken thousands of years. A small number of wealthy business tycoons have managed to thrive in . . .

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The World Walkers Collection by K. A. Webb

When magic is used to create worlds unexpected things happen. This is a collection of stories about these unexpected things, the people who deal with them, and why you shouldn’t play with things you don’t understand. Thirteen fae families travel to a new world after using up all the magic within their old world and they attempt to stop . . .

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Black Cloak White Art by A A Roi

Tales from the Wizard's End of the Staff

It has been eighty years since the since the last Conjunction of the Three Realms and the accompanying Riven War wrecked havok on the world of Aethros. Since then the Wizards of the North have worked hard to reshape thier identities, forge the Alliance of the Thirteen Greater and Lesser Kingdoms and prepare for the next conjunction, barely more than . . .

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The Viscount’s Son by Aderyn Wood

‘The Viscount’s Son’ is a fictional blog that tells the story of book conservator, Emma, and her online project—to transcribe an ancient and mysterious text. The trouble is, Emma’s colleague, Jack, believes the medieval ‘diary’ is a fake. Emma decides to translate the text and leave it up to her readers to decide—so what will you think? Follow Emma’s journey . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts infrequently.
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Gods In The Grey City by Lenni

Ciro buys more than he bargained for when he purchases a slave capable of bypassing the brand on her magic. He drags her on a journey with him to learn her secrets, but his own may kill them both. . . .

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And by Edward Picot

Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, with all the important bits removed.

The house was full of packing-cases. Even the pretty lawn at the side was to pack up, stiffly and slowly, through the bare echoing November. The very robin that her father had so often made, with his own hands, more gorgeous than ever; amber and golden; here, at this bed of thyme, began to speak of carrots. The grand inarticulate . . .

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