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The Known Sword by Chad Battleheart

Welcome listeners and listen well, for the story I am about tell, is one to kill for . . .  Finn is a lost soul, a once abandoned boy who is now a young man with no direction or purpose. He lives in a city with no name, for no one has yet controlled it long enough for a name to stick. . . .

A partial series, with no recent updates.
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The Puzzle Box by Edward Picot

On her way home for the Christmas holidays, Dora is given a mysterious box by her father. She also discovers that there’s a boy she’s never seen before in the back of the car—but he vanishes when she tries to tell her Dad about him. Then her Dad vanishes too: has he gone to work in London, or has he . . .

A complete novel.
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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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Godpunk by Billy Higgins

A Tale of Swords, Sorcery, and the No-Good Journalist Who Saw It All

From George Royce, the journalist who covered the godkillings, comes this revelatory look at the end of the world. Godpunk covers the shootings at Jewell’s Damned, his meeting with the Death Cult in the ruins of the Metal Dragon Bones, and the friendship he forms with the Angel of Death. . . .

A complete novel.
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The Doctor’s Assistant by Laura Fischer

When you dare to ask for help, sometimes you get more than you expected

Where do you go when there’s nothing left? Bron and Calea are on the road to the only place Calea firmly believes still has magic: the megalopolis of Thyrion. Along the way, though, they need some patching up. In the small town of Averieom, they find assistance—and more than they bargained for. Young Nyasha Cormorin has been assisting . . .

A complete novel.
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The Lone Argonaut by Kodi Arfer

An adventure at the edge of reality

Jason Blue has been ten years old for just a few days when a dragon hungry for his flesh abducts him from American suburbia. Then things only get weirder. Permanently estranged from Earth, Jason travels through the slightly futuristic free city of Gyeeds, the supernaturally calm waters of the Starving Sea, and the ambiguously prosperous dictatorship of Droydania. He faces . . .

A complete novel.
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A ‘Verse Full of Scum by Alan Baxter

The story of galactic Bounty Hunter, Ghost, and his efforts to track down a rogue magic user who seems to be running as far away as he can, killing anyone that gets in his way. . . .

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Tales from Helitheren by Sanlade and RcaH

A website publishing Fantasy short stories once a month, all in realms of Helitheren. . . .

A collection of stories.
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Fake Geek Girl by Tansy Rayner Roberts

a magical rom-com about friendship, witches & geeky rock music

Hebe Hallow is used to living in the shadow of her sister, her best friend and their rock band Fake Geek Girl. But when a beautiful boy with a phoenix tattoo falls into Hebe’s life—and her sharehouse—she can’t hide from real life any more. Belladonna University #1, on the Sheep Might Fly podcast. . . .

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Void Domain by TowerCurator

My domain. My rules.

Brakket Magical Academy in Northwestern United States is on its last legs. Enrollment of new students is at an all time low. The academy instructors go out to recruit prospective children other magical academies have ignored. Eva is one such recruit. After witnessing her perform magic no teenage mage should have learned, an instructor of the academy offers her . . .

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Do It Yourself by BG Hilton

The South Hertling Chronicles

Somewhere in the depths of Australian suburbia, a battle looms that could shake the very foundations of the universe as the Handy Pavilion drifts towards open warfare against its rivals in the DIY Barn. Join the eccentric Pavilion employees as they live . . . learn . . . mangle the very nature of causality . . . and love. A fantasy/comedy/soap-opera featuring superheroes, ghosts, scifi, Greek gods, romance, giant . . .

A complete series.
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Mage Life by Tempest

The Tale of a Punch-Clock Mage

In a world where magic is everywhere and everyone can develop the potential inside them, we follow Tristan, a newly-minted mage as he starts working for the wizards council. Disaster struck many years ago and the world is just recovering, come and see what is in store for the punch-clock mage. . . .

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TATTOO

Tattoo is getting better and better!

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 27, 2009: EDITOR NOTE: This series ended Oct 2011, sadly, with the unexpected death of the author. However, it is structured as a series of self contained stories, so readers can enjoy the existing episodes as written although the last one, which I believe was intended to be the final climax, is incomplete.

ORIGINAL REVIEW:

Tattoo is getting better and better with each new chapter in this series of dark supernatural adventures.

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PACT

Urban Fantasy as it should be

By bigjeff5, member

Mar 19, 2014: I have a love/hate relationship with Urban Fantasy. I love the idea of it. I’ve always liked good werewolf and vampire stories and such, and I daydream about magic being real all the time. The current crop of Urban Fantasy works however, is largely repetitive crap. Most of it is just a generic romance novel with werewolves and vampires instead of cowboys and pirates. I can’t stand it.

Pact is not that kind of Urban Fantasy. It’s not even the murder [more . . .]

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