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Felicia’s Second Life by Shiina Ai

A reincarnator on a rampage.

Good evening, everyone. My name is Felicia Belphere Metrune. I am the only daughter of Baron Alphonse Lartes Metrune. I am 7 years old. I haven’t always been Baron Metrune’s daughter though. I was originally a 29 year old man who lived in Cornwall. One day I got hit by a truck and you guessed it, I was reincarnated . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes monthly.
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Tales of Erelith by Andrew W

A series of stories based in Erelith, a fantasy world I created from scratch and still develop daily. There’s a lot of content to browse up there, and I openly take critique to improve my work. . . .

A serialized novel.
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The Kingdom of Lothere by Jenny

An ongoing historical fantasy story set in the north of England in the decades following the Norman Conquest. The story is illustrated with screenshots from The Sims 2, and published chapter-​by-​chapter on the Web. . . .

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The Invisible Chains (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse # 1) by Eurypon

Dark gay adventure story

While the kingdom of Ximerion is threatened at its southern border by a major power, the king sends his two youngest sons, the half brothers Anaxantis and Ehandar, as Lord Governors to the Northern Marches where minor raids by wild barbarians are expected. Under the guidance of an old and trusted general, the king hopes to keep the young princes . . .

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Heroes’ Twilight by KnightErrant

High Adventure in Low Fantasy!

A random group of characters are pulled into either preventing an ancient empire from rising back up or making sure it does. Some of them are dragged into the story kicking and screaming. . . .

A partial series, with no recent updates.
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Fooled by Nina Santucci

The kingdom needed a hero. They weren't expecting the Royal Fool.

FOOLED is the tale of a mischievous Royal Fool named Marco. Though he is lucky to have a job with the Crown Prince of Valona, Marco wishes he could be seen as more than just a joke, especially by the beautiful Princess Lucia. So when Prince Leo is captured by an evil sorcerer, the Fool sets off on a . . .

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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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The Inuyama Rebellion by Robyn Paterson

On the eve of war, a mother's desperate bid to save her children sends two samurai into enemy territory.

The Sengoku Jidai was an age of nearly constant warfare in Japanese history, clans struggled endlessly against other clans and today’s ally might be tomorrow’s enemy. The proud Inuyama clan, once driven nearly to the brink of extinction by their hated rivals the Kurokawa clan, have finally grown in strength enough to face their enemies in a battle for their . . .

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Gothic Fantasy

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Jun 30, 2018: Ghostbow is a tale told in retrospect. Our narrator, Anaya, leads us through the story of how she won a place in a family-type group of fighters, and later loses them as the result of a war. We go back and forth between her memories of her time with her friends and the memories of what happened to her after she’d lost everyone, where her story takes a very different turn.

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Only a fool would complain.

By SnowyMystic, author of Fabled Hearts

May 10, 2015: This will begin perhaps a bit unfavorably. It isn’t so much that the beginning is rocky, as it doesn’t feel like it has achieved what it meant to achieve. The beginning I speak of is restricted to the first chapter, which can reasonably be called a prologue.

Prologues are a tricky thing generally. It is quite easy for them to delay the meat of the story, or give too much meat up front among other problems. The problem in this case, [more . . .]

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