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Magician’s Merger by Xenophon Hendrix

Eleven-year-old Arthur wakes up to find an ancient wizard sharing his brain.

Arthur is living in an alternate North America in which the USA never broke away from Britain. The technology level is mid-1970s. One day, Arthur wakes up and finds an ancient wizard sharing his brain. It is a growing-up story, at least for now, and meant to be episodic rather than tightly plotted. . . .

A complete novel.
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Breathless by V. J. Chambers

Who is Jason?

Jason races into Azazel’s life—sweaty, tortured, and hunted by covert forces. Even though her football-player boyfriend doesn’t like it, Azazel is drawn to Jason. He’s so complicated. He gets in fistfights, but always wins them—efficiently and thoroughly. He reads Plato and argues with their AP teacher. But he’s also quiet and serious, haunted by a past he won’t talk . . .

A complete novel.
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Simon of Space by Cheeseburger Brown

Simon Fell has awakened at a foreign star with no memory of his former life. He stands to inherit the legacy of a self he has never known. In a complex and frightening world of pioneer planets, clashing cultures and esoteric robots, one lost man will face a battery of tribulations, from his ignorance of basic customs to his entanglement . . .

A complete novel.
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Mischief by V. J. Chambers

Saving the world is at least as good as a hit record, right?

It’s the 1980s . . .  Iris Tanner should have been the next big thing. Her former band is opening for the hottest glam metal band of the moment, Mischief. But due to an accident, Iris is a ghoul, roaming the streets looking for dead flesh to eat. Then Billy—tall, dark, and possibly a stalker—lets Iris know that Mischief is really . . .

A complete novel.
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Subjugation by James Galloway (Fel)

Subjugation is a story that centers around Jason Fox and Jyslin Shaddale.  The Faey, an alien telepathic race, has taken control of Earth and are using it as a farming colony to supply food for their empire.  Jason is a college student who is learning faey technology, but is upset with the faey and their treatment of Earth.  Along the . . .

A complete series.
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Ballad of the Emerald Bard by Dan Bonser

El'Mindeeya Do'Katal, The Emerald Bard.

El’Mindeeya Do’Katal is the Emerald Bard, Deeya to her friends, is an Elven Troubadour who wield’s magical power through sound. With secrets surrounding her ever step, she walks through the world, looking for her place within it. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Shadow Unit by Amanda Downum, Chelsea Polk, Elizabeth B

The FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit hunts humanity's nightmares. But there are nightmares humanity doesn't dream are real. The Behavioral Analysis Unit sends those cases down the hall. Welcome to Shadow Unit.

Shadow Unit is an action-adventure police procedural with fantasy elements. The series documents the work of the Anomalous Crimes Task Force, part of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. . . .

A complete series.
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Eclipse Court by Shirley Meier

What does it take to become Imperator?

A young prince and Heir of a corrupt Empire discovers that his first and only friend in the world is the enslaved head of state of a country Father is trying to conquer. How does he survive the coming destruction and grow to be the good man he longs to be? . . .

A complete novel.
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Lyncia by J.A. Waters

A story on gods, death, pain, and adventure.

Lyncia Eyresin is about to play host to a strange array of visitors, and some of them have frightening powers beyond her comprehension. Life is full of choices, and chances, and strung together Lyncia’s will lead to maddening oddities and a spiralling descent. But on the world of Nalan, the fall may never end. Yet she will try. . . .

A complete novel.
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Kinda Super Gay by Billy Higgins

Wow. Um, if you could stop with the whole "super villain" thing, that'd be great.

Being an 18-year-old “adult” is hard enough. Being a gay super powered adult? Nearly impossible. Join Sarah Martin as she navigates an insane world filled with sentient gorillas, passionate patriots, and quip-slinging demons. Watch as she deals with all these shenanigans while trying to figure out just what it means to be gay. . . .

A complete novel.
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Mayan Calendar Girls by Team 2012

An Episode Each Week Until The End Of The World

A four book countdown until the Mayan Calendar’s last date, 20/12/2012. A rambling maze of several connecting stories, all involving some attractive young women and wild-assed guys. And all, without knowing it, in pursuit of the mystery of the End Of Time. The lovely young Mayanologist, the rapacious lesbian industrial spy, the ReElect Obama manipulators, the dolphin groupie, . . .

A complete novel.
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Godpunk by Billy Higgins

A Tale of Swords, Sorcery, and the No-Good Journalist Who Saw It All

From George Royce, the journalist who covered the godkillings, comes this revelatory look at the end of the world. Godpunk covers the shootings at Jewell’s Damned, his meeting with the Death Cult in the ruins of the Metal Dragon Bones, and the friendship he forms with the Angel of Death. . . .

A complete novel.
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