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Blood of a Marionette by Timothy Sparklin

vampire novel

Step into Lazarus’s world as he struggles to figure out what’s really happening at his law school, which is turning out crack lawyers to work for a firm shrouded in a hidden but undeniably powerful past, where rumors of blood are never far from its name. . . .

A complete novel.
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Jhered of Kirea: The Rider in Black by Ron Prichard

Heroic fantasy in a world of long ago -- or maybe a far tomorrow.

Jhered of Kirea might have one day ruled the Insane Kingdom of Concubine; he rebelled instead and found a home in the cave city of Kirea. But when Concubine rolls through the Westernlands, all Jhered cares about is swept away. As he commits his soul to vengeance, he finds himself drawn into a world of ancient magics and dark sciences. . . .

A complete novel.
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The Wolf’s Will by Matthew Davison

Stay calm and stay alive

Under werewolf law any person who fails to attend the reading of a will is judged to have no interest in the content, and anything they would have inherited is distributed among those who are present. Its not a bad law, but it is quite easy to exploit. When Greg learns that his rich uncle is dead he . . .

A complete novel.
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Sunset by tim the younger

A horror novel invoking a new mythos for the vampire legend which begins in modern day Egypt and then skips over to the United States. Two unsuspecting college age boys become engulfed in something greater than their lives, than their world, and even their reality. Accidentally entangling others in their lives while running from monsters (human and otherwise), they find . . .

A complete novel.
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Rebirth in Darkness by Shroudphoenix

Things that crawl in the shadows, spirits of unsettled dead, arcane mysteries in our current age . . . Fiction, Fantasy, Imagination. Each person can be reborn at least once in his own mind. Each one of us can close his eyes and picture himself as something different, finding in the myths the courage to maintain his stability in the pressing life that encircles . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated weekly.
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The Admonishments of Kherishdar by M.C.A. Hogarth

Crime and Punishment in an Alien World

In Kherishdar, when a person commits a crime, they become their sin. . . .  Suicide. Rape. Child Abuse. Addiction. Twenty-five crimes. Twenty-five stories. Twenty-five narrators . . . and one minister over them all, to judge, convict and Correct the faulty: the priest who serves Shame. This companion volume to The Aphorisms of Kherishdar explores the wayward and their journey back to society, offering . . .

A collection of stories.
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Winter Rain by Chris Poirier

Violence, revenge, and other family values: a story about life at the bottom of the pack.

Faolan runs our family with an iron fist. As a rule, he takes what he wants, and mows down anyone who gets in his way. Or sends Cormac to do it for him. But maybe that’s what it is to be First. Thing is, what he wants now is Keaira, whom I love. He’s says he needs her . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Hy’Ruh-Ha by J. Ander

Soletus, a young elf, was looking forward to completing his monk training to become a Warden of the Dias Brotherhood. However, he is held back by his well-meaning, but strict father. Instead of joining the ranks, he is paired up with a traumatized shy boy name Mien. Between Mien’s anxious odd behavior and the crime he committed, helping him isn’t . . .

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New Earth 6 by Kristin Jacques

The human race endures.

A young woman is ripped from her home and sold into slavery on another world. A sister leaves behind everything she knew, seeking her brother captured in an alien raid. A scientist uncovers an ancient secret capable of sparking war between her people and their closest allies. New Earth 6 is a serial sci-fi blog, updated Friday. Thousands of . . .

An abandoned novel.
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The End of Things by Rosey Haze

Diary of a Survivor

“So we steeled ourselves. Wrapped up warm against the shock to come and left our shelter again. Every house on the main street we stopped at. Every one the same. Curtains open, doors closed, no sound, no life. We didn’t speak, the silence ruled and it wasn’t ours to break.” My name is Rosey Haze, and this is my . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Bastion: The Last Hope by Rob Osterman

The world is ending. Where do you turn?

As the meteors fall, we believe this is the end. The truth is only more frightening as Project Bastion reaches out to survivors and begins to rally humanity, not to rebuild, but to fight for survival. These are the stories of those survivors, drawn together first to find a safe haven, then to fight back against the alien invaders. . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Hiraeth by S Lynn

the Adventures of Trevor and Jason

Trevor Davies has some issues with his lifestyle. He’s stuck walking his flatmate. He overstayed his tourist visa by, oh, about twenty years. His new girlfriend eats people. Welcome to the life of the modern vampire, IDs, CCTV, bloody Facebook and all. . . .

An abandoned novel.
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By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 8, 2011: This is brilliant! An original and well-written serial novel about what happens when a boy finds that he has the ability to communicate with an alien entity living in the snow. The snow-loving beings are bit miffed with humans right now, it turns out: they like it cold, and we’re making it hotter. The snow creatures are not without resources, but humans won’t like their solution.

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Jun 27, 2015: Imagine, if you will, a typical rom com, wherein socially-awkward man meets socially-awkward woman. The former’s a lil crazy, the latter a nearly-starving artist.

Now imagine that the man has a voice in his head (I like to imagine that the voice is Nicolas Cage, because he’s just about the right level of insane for this insane serial. But you can choose whatever voice you want to). Also imagine that this voice helps the man become a killing machine—a machine that [more . . .]

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