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Welcome to PHU by Tris Lawrence

Welcome to PHU is a web serial about the students who go to the fictional liberal arts school of Pine Hills University, and the folks around them. It’s about magic, and love, and football, and music, and taekwondo, and just about anything else that college students might get involved in. And magic. Did we mention the magic? Because in this . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Oysters, Pearls and Magic by Joyce Chng

A serialized novella about a girl’s journey of self-discovery, set in a future world of oysters, pearls and magic. Mirra is a magic user, but her gift is scorned by the menfolk in her village. Men are allowed to use magic; women are not. So, after a tumultuous event, Mirra decides to leave and heads for the City to continue . . .

A complete novel.
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The Bentlefay Papers by Kathy Monahan

From the archives of an imaginary kingdom located on the Sarcastro Sea.

A fiction serial in epistolary form about the imaginary kingdom of Bentlefay, with particular reference to its royal family and their retainers. At the center of it all is Crown Princess Dulcie—young, beautiful, sought-after, and hating every minute of it. Will Bentlefay repel the attacks of neighboring Marshweather? Will the princess ever get porridge for breakfast when she wants it? . . .

An abandoned novel.
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OYSTERS, PEARLS AND MAGIC

an original premise

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Sep 4, 2009: I only read the prologue (which stands at a lengthy 4,000 words!) but my initial impression is that Oysters, Pearls and Magic has an intriguing premise.

It is based in an alternate universe, a place where gender roles are strictly defined: women fish for oysters and pearls, and men "curl light" (or cast magic) to power the boats and so on. The author has clearly given the setting a lot of thought, and the writing strongly evokes a small fishing village. [more . . .]

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