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Corvus by L. Lee Lowe

In an alternate present the minds of teen offenders are uploaded into computers for rehabilitation—a form of virtual wilderness therapy. Zach is a homo cognoscens, one of the new humans who can navigate the Fulgrid. Though still a high school student, he is indentured to the Fulgur Corporation as a counsellor. Laura is a homo sapiens. Their story is part . . .

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The Adventures of Thistledown Copperbottom by L. M. Bricker

Thistledown Copperbottom is a cat living in Columbus, Ohio with his person, Tabitha Silverstein. When his best friend’s owner is murdered Thistle promises to help him find the killer, dragging Tabitha along for the ride. . . .

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Dead Drop by Zachary N. DiPego

Brother, can you spare a bullet?

A past that can damn him and no future, Trey has to act. What would you do? On the run and homeless. You would grab at every opportunity like it was your last. This is the last chance for Trey. Dead Drop is a fiction blog, a modern Noir set in Santa Monica and Los Angeles, California. Listinged every . . .

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The Puzzle Box by Edward Picot

On her way home for the Christmas holidays, Dora is given a mysterious box by her father. She also discovers that there’s a boy she’s never seen before in the back of the car—but he vanishes when she tries to tell her Dad about him. Then her Dad vanishes too: has he gone to work in London, or has he . . .

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flesh phantoms by Alan P. Scott

cynical biped

The stories here are short (some very short) and are mostly sf – that is, speculative fiction: fantasies, myths, science fiction, slipstream . . . all the flavors of fabulation except, I hope, for the mundane. Many were written with the audience of the Usenet newsgroup talk.bizarre in mind, back when text was the thing. —APS . . .

A collection of stories.
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The Blue Mage Raised by Dragons by Virlyce

Inspired by blue mages from Final Fantasy. Blue mages learn skills from beasts. This is the story of one fortunate enough to be taken in by dragons. . . .

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Tales of the Big Bad Wolf-Red Riding Hood by SgL

A world of fantasy and fairytales,twisted together. On a journey north to visit her ailing grandmother, Elanore Redley encounters the reclusive Count Wolfram while fleeing a monstrous pursuer. As the mysterious Wolfram draws her into his magic-filled world, her childhood friend Edmund must come to terms with his own feelings towards Elanore and his identity as a hunter. . . .

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Dreamers by Sarah R. Suleski

Life is but a dream...

To sleep, perchance to dream . . . or wake again in a different world. This is the dual life of Muse, Love, and other Immortals like them. Split between two lives in two worlds, they never sleep, never dream, and never die. In one life they walk among us, unknown, in the other, they are worshiped as gods. . . .

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Steal Tomorrow by Ann Pino

When her parents died in a global pandemic, seventeen-year-old Cassie Thompson thought her biggest problem was finding her next meal. But “Telo” is a virally-transmitted genetic disease that targets adults, and no one is immune. Surviving to adulthood isn’t looking very good as her city succumbs to food shortages, sanitation problems, and gang violence. When Cassie accepts an invitation to . . .

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Grin The Cheat by mooderino

Only heroes have to fight fair.

There was a time when heroes roamed between the Four Great Cities. They fought for kingdoms and princesses and they lived and died by their valour. Or so the stories say. The way the minstrels sing it, everyone had a swashbuckling good time. Nowadays, buckles are rarely swashed. All the great beasts have been slain, all the great treasures . . .

A collection of stories.
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The Tom Drake Experience by Brock Steele

Fashion. Fiction. Flow.

A young professional in Chicago discovers the nebulous power of style, which subsequently threatens to consume him as he propels himself towards the American Dream. . . .

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Mountain Sound by Saf

With the cities aflame and massive warships silhouetting the sun, the human race is once more on the verge of destroying itself. The countryside was supposed to be far from the war, but death spreads like a virus—not that Efa would know. An android built for many jobs, Efa was given only one: to protect the sheep placed under her . . .

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DARKSIDE

In a nutshell: I liked it.

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Jan 15, 2009: First and foremost: Darkside is fun. It’s a rollicking fantasy adventure that starts with a bang and doesn’t slow down. It has humor, likable characters, and an engaging first person narrator.

The summary sums up the story well (I know, who would have thunk it, right?) so there’s really not much for me to recap. I will comment that Darkside’s plot isn’t really anything out of the ordinary—when you boil it down it’s a pretty straightforward fantasy quest. Regular guy learns [more . . .]

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THE ALARNA AFFAIR

Young Adventure

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Sep 20, 2011: "The Alarna Affair" is part of the Blackfeather series, and if the rest of the series is anything like the first, it should be a reliably enjoyable experience. It’s a fantasy epic set in a world like our own Victorian Era, with trains and steam-power, but also with magic and intrigue.

Jon Gardner, 9, and his brother Tam, 13, are travelling from their home to visit a famed archaelologist, Professor Sheridan. Jon, it seems, is a precocious young genius, while Tam [more . . .]

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