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Deus En Machina by Josh Craig

A story of loss and victory, magic and machines, gods and mortals and discovering what it takes to save the world. Led by the vision of the consulary and protected by the dedication of the mage-knights, the world has found peace at last. Or so people believe, but the truth is far less comforting. In this time of peace . . .

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Tarantella by Andrew Vest

Tarantella is a 78,500 word action/thriller novel set in 1939 London and revolving around two characters: The orphan paperboy Jules and the legendary and feared Lady Tarantella. Here is a short synopsis of the novel (please note, the novel is complete): Tarantella. Veiled vigilante. Recluse. Kidnapper of children. Dangerous. Unstoppable. Whispers abound as to the masked sentry’s responsibility for . . .

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Fayersae Histories by P.A. Seasholtz

Second Battle of Jent

The Fayersae Histories is a series of episodes predating the Harmony of the Othar Saga, and while it has been written to stand on its own, it also augments the Saga by providing historical background. The Fayersae Histories begins by introducing the reader to Bran and Findian, the parents of Brancynn and Blonhaft. A young Avanian is also introduced, providing . . .

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The Nevsky Wall by Mark Eckard

Two brothers ... one road to survival

The Nevsky Wall is a story that spans a year in the city of Leningrad, starting on the first day of summer, 1941, the day prior to the German invasion of the Soviet Union. It follows the lives of two brothers, Alex and Viktor Rostov, and those closest to them. Alex is a newsreel cameraman who also works at Lenfilm . . .

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The Westwich Writers Club by Trevor Belshaw

Serial about the members of a writing club in England. Stephen King is an aspiring novelist who joins his local writing club only to find it run by a bunch of pensioners who have no intention of bringing the club into the 21st century. Follow Stephen as he attempts to bring much needed change to the club while the . . .

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Dead Heroes by Wilf Morgan

The only thing worse than a villain with a conscience...is a hero without one

Scott Williams is a young man who likes to play video games, watch TV and burgle houses. Issues of law and order, social conscience and the nature of freedom aren’t things he spends much time worrying about. But the ages-old battle between Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham comes tumbling out of history and lands on modern-day Nottingham . . .

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Terminal by Ben Hron

A zombie web novel. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day.

It’s about Zombies. Groaning, moaning, maddened flesh eating abominations driven by their insensate desire to feed. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day. A metaphor for our hopeless battle against the savage throng of the human tide . . . an ocean of grasping hands, tearing, ripping, desecrating what you have, who you are. We struggle to keep our heads . . .

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What Is Your Pizza by Josh Lockamy

Dystopia and extra sauce

WIYP is a story written blog-style from the point of view of a person experiencing the shift of his country into Orwellian dystopia. Written during the decline, exploring how it could happen more than what the after-effects would be like. . . .

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Honor&Truth by "K"

Honor and Truth is a novella set in the near future. Honor is a young woman in search of knowledge about her past in order to piece together an uncertain future. In order to do this she sets out alone to Sinistral City and learns more than she ever figured. Chapters will be submitted on an every other week . . .

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GURD 2108 by April Raines

A tale of community in a warm, friendly post-apocalyptic world.

The year is 2108 and the world has changed. No longer is it one big web. The meaning of community has shrunk and changed. In this warm, friendly post-apocalyptic story, Gail and Parker learn what it is to be an adult in a society both familiar and unusual. . . .

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Blood Moon by Belial Leveler

Chronicles of a Modern Vampire

What happens when the creatures of the night and modern technology meet? Is it true that vampires are masters of seduction and manipulation? Are old legends of creatures such as werewolves, fae, mages and demons true? Follow the adventures of Erika, master vampire and walking social disaster, as she finds her place in a world of darkest night. . . .

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Eden by Jane Doe

Sometimes Hell comes to you.

At first glance Eden seems like every other girl working hard and trying to make it on her own. She lives a simple quiet life. It’s not the best, and she’s not exactly where she thought she’d be by now, but it’s good enough. She is kind and thoughtful, and a very private person. It’s not out of any misplaced . . .

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KINDA SUPER GAY

Funny

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Dec 30, 2014: Drop into a bizarre version of our world in which superhero is a profession which an anxious teen might drift into because that’s what the folks do (despite the lack of any, you know, superpowers), time travel and alternate realities are a perfectly reasonable explanation for why a girl doesn’t know her grandparents, and demons, telepaths, sphinxes and gargoyles are characters you might run into at any time. I don’t know how ordinary people survive in this world, but otherwise life is pretty much as usual.

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REJECT HERO

Don’t Reject It

By Unillustrated, author of Citadel

Nov 24, 2014: The star of this strange super hero story has a strange nam, Strangest. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. That said, it really is a strange story and his name is definitely appropriate. Strangest’s powers activates, involuntarily, in response to stress. We’re not talking Hulk level anger here, pretty much anything can set him off. Stubbing his toe, an unexpected door slamming, even sneezing has been mentioned as a trigger. When triggered, Strangest is a taller, bulkier version of Gumby, with two exceptions. He’s black (not African-American, black like tar) and everyone [more . . .]

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