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Balancing Act by mathtans

Restoring supernatural balance was never going to be easy

James graduates University, and must now decide whether to remain with his roommate, Melissa’s, magic agency, as it tries to restore supernatural balance on Earth, or find a new path. The fact that he’s sleeping with Melissa complicates matters, as does Melissa’s techno-witch cousin, even before the vampyres, zombies, and a number of old friends become involved. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Selkies’ Skins: Temple and Skinquest by Teresa Garcia

The continuing adventures of Kirsty Makay, and her growth into her role as Waterwitch, Waterpriestess, Selkie, Healer, and future Chieftianess. Having successfully completed the freshwater trials and strengthened the relationship between herself and Mara, Kirsty is now ready to undergo the sea trials and earn her sealskin from Mara. Meanwhile many of the Waterwitches of the Order are wondering . . .

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Karmic Reset by Thyme Sanders

In the beginning there was only one, and from the one there came the four. Air, Water, Fire, Earth. Generations passed and wars were fought. Families blossomed and nations arose. Mistakes were made but plans have been thought. Time carries on. Generations still come and the war has an ending. Families are what you make but . . .

A serialized novel, with no recent updates.
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Lyncia by J.A. Waters

A story on gods, death, pain, and adventure.

Lyncia Eyresin is about to play host to a strange array of visitors, and some of them have frightening powers beyond her comprehension. Life is full of choices, and chances, and strung together Lyncia’s will lead to maddening oddities and a spiralling descent. But on the world of Nalan, the fall may never end. Yet she will try. . . .

A complete novel.
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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 . . .

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Addergoole: Year 9 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

How far down does the rabbit-hole go?

The new students to the Addergoole School knew it wasn’t going to be an ordinary boarding school from the start: it was in the middle of nowhere, and nobody’s parents were telling them anything. When it turned out to be in a bunker, hidden under an old barn in a cornfield, some of them started to think that this was . . .

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Dreigiau by Aywren Sojourner

AsaHi sets out to disprove the existence of the legendary Dragon Patron, Zemi Dreigiau. However, Zemi is more real than she ever imagined. When AsaHi unknowingly opens a gateway to the Arweinydd realms, she becomes tangled in a battle between the ancient forces that threaten even the Dreigiau. The secrets hidden within AsaHi can help the Dragon Patron, but . . .

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Lamia’s Daughter by Shirley

I didn't mean for the island to blow up.

Naida is a foundling being raised by a very poor village in Greece, until a disaster happens and it is blamed on her presence. She is thrust into a sphinx’s clutches and embarks on a journey to find out where she’s from. Her mother’s heart companion (a chimera by the name of Asteri) is there to help her until . . .

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Graves by L. E. Erickson

Using the power of the dead to protect the freedom of the living.

Legally, Daria should turn herself in to Ardica City’s LM4 Processing Agency, which is tasked with ensuring that those with the ability to tap into the energy left behind by the ghosts of the dead will use their abilities only for the good of the people. But despite heavy-handed government measures, the threat of war beyond Ardica’s walls, the manipulations . . .

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League of Heroes by Oshha

This story is about Daniel Griffin aka the Sentinel. He ends up holding his grandfather’s legacy as a superhero along with his band of children. Together they form a new a generation for the League of Heroes, premier superhero team, as they tackle crime and battle the forces of evil. As they try to find their place in the world, . . .

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A Fistful of Fire by Misti Wolanski

Tales of loathesome tyrants, seduced maids, and prophesied saviors aren't nearly so appealing when you are a 10-year-old royal bastard with a prophecy hanging over your head…

Evonalé has never cared for tales of loathsome tyrants, seduced maids, and prophesied saviors. In the world of Aleyi, prophecies always come true. Evonalé herself is supposed to somehow free her grandmother’s enslaved queendom. But she’s merely a child, and her father is the powerful fire mage who subjugates the realm. Evonalé has therefore fled home, her two half-siblings, . . .

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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 . . .

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ADDERGOOLE

dark, addictive and intriguing

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

Jul 24, 2009: With so many school/college type webserials out there, Addergoole comes as a breath of fresh air. For this is no ordinary school: this is a secret facility, a school for students who are part human, part something else.

Currently at 23 chapters (with some great bonus stories), the story follows the newest intake of students, and three of them in particular as they struggle to come to terms with a school that operates on an entirely different set of rules. The [more . . .]

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ADDERGOOLE: YEAR 9

Deeper into the rabbit-hole

By EramosE, author of Kaiserin

Oct 19, 2013: After Addergoole I didn’t think twice to start reading Addergoole 9, same dark setting, same twisted rules, same mind control, but not quite the same story. Instead of following just three characters through their first year at school now we follow all the students of year 9. The stories are great, the setting too, but its just frustrating, having so many characters you feel like you just don’t have enough, just glimpses of the whole story with pieces of every individual story, it keeps you wanting more and getting frustrated [more . . .]

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