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Legend of Hero by Baxil

What makes a game more real: when you can reach into it, or when it can reach out to you?

Nothing interesting ever happens in the small town of Pitt Creek. Even when magic suddenly becomes a tangible force—and hundreds of thousands of people worldwide transform into animals and mythological creatures—the Changes’ closest approach is as dramatic video footage on the 6 o’clock news. Kevin MacArthur and his friends want to be a part of that—to have their lives . . .

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Sun-kissed by Kashii

The time is now and the world is ours, but not quite as we know it.

Sun-kissed is a story about vampires, those hunted by vampires and those who hunt vampires. . . .

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Memory of AUSOS by T. E. Waters

a tale of love and mecha

The gods have abandoned the royal family of Nahwan. So it has been whispered since the war ended, almost two decades past. But royal affairs mean little to fifteen-year-old Intan Aghavni, who enrolls in the piloting program at the Royal Military Academy, pursuing the vague memory of a woman who saved her life as a child . . . . Until the . . .

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Rasa by Kevin Shi

Fear what you are when you are in control.

Free will, family, individuality: here, these are not rights, but commodities. Every living thing in Albumere is born with a tabula, a disk that grants its owner complete control over the person linked to it. The tabula represent an intoxicating power, a power that has many uses. With tabula, generals can form perfect armies of both beast and man . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Kliff’s Edge by Illise Montoya

Kliff’s Edge is a paranormal mystery series about May Kliff, a freelancer who specializes in solving unusual cases. Together with her brother Max, she takes on challenges most fail to even comprehend. . . .

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Kate, Just Kate by Gabriel & Melissa

As Melissa’s home town is over run by street thugs pushing a new drug she discovers that she’s been given some powers, “super” powers. With some help from an unexpected source she dons the cape and mask to take back her city. Unfortunately, the powers don’t come without a price, and they weren’t powers she asked for in the . . .

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Silverglade by The Silverglade Team

The governments of the world are keeping an uncomfortable secret, one that has had repercussions throughout the entirety of human history. They are no closer to understanding the nature of this phenomenon, and for now their best option remains to keep it far from the minds of the general population. Their secret has been dubbed ‘metahumanity’ – the existence . . .

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Mill Avenue Vexations by Kyt Dotson

Gothic style, taxi driving, and magick after dark

If you walk the streets of Phoenix during the day, you see a city, built by strong hands and strong minds. Her spires of glass and steel pierce the blue skies and scintillate in the blazing Arizona sun. Cars rush through the streets, billowing dust and desert scents. And once and a while you’ll notice a black and silver cab . . .

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Sworn by Ski Hemulen

Being a man. Being a woman.

Two young persons of rival houses in The Mountains – a patriarchal land in which blood feuds and honor decide the fates of warring families – are striving to find their place in this brutal society. Can they succeed while pushing the limits of the accepted gender roles of the land? Can they find love? And can they survive . . .

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Rothramn by Hazel Young

A web serial about a mysterious castle and the people who live there.

Rothramn castle lies deep in the backwoods of Eastern Europe, nestled in a dark valley surrounded by soaring mountain peaks, accessible only by lonely forest roads which lead out of this world and into forgotten places. An impossible monolithic structure of soaring towers and ancient stonework, the castle is home to the inhuman remnants of a once-great aristocratic family. . . .

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In the Silence by Devon James

It’s the year 2013, and all Gareth wants is to lead a normal life. The problem? He’s a magic user, and the government believes magic users and werewolves are too dangerous to roam free. When he accidentally starts a rebellion, he struggles to keep his fellow rebels safe, delving into dark magic, and finds the consequences could be fatal. . . .

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The Morpheus Reports by Stefan Ingstrand

All you have to do is dream …

The only superhuman in Sweden, Emma is terrified of exposure and a life as an outcast. After saving two strangers, she faces a police investigation that will reveal her secret. Emma’s only hope is to expose the secrets of others by solving an eighty-year-old mystery . . .  . . .

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FABLED HEARTS

Idiosyncratic & delightful

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jan 1, 2015: The line in the blurb "This is Fantasy, as you know it, but yet unfamiliar, and fantasy stranger still than that" is a pretty accurate description of the contents of Fabled Hearts. The stories take place in a shared world, actually a series of worlds, and range in length from a few pages to multiple chapters. My impression of these worlds is that magic is the very essence of their composition, the way atoms are of ours. The inhabitants, humanoid to varying degrees or not at all, vary in power [more . . .]

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WARBLER

Not Exactly Hard Sci-fi

By ClearMadness, author of The Iron Teeth

Nov 13, 2015: Warbler reads exactly like a sci-fi TV drama. Which makes sense I guess given that it is a serial released in episodes. I’m not going to discuss grammar here as others have already done so.

All the standard sci-fi cliches are here. There are vague threatening aliens that show up occasionally for action scenes. The series is riddled with lots of standard gadgets like cloaks and mechs. The spaceships work exactly like modern sea faring ships and have human crews and [more . . .]

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