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Deicidium by Patrick R. Backman

If a God exists, it can die

Deicidium is the story of a world different from our own, on the cusp of the modern era and intertwined in its first Great War. However, for the people of this world, Gods exist and they aren’t benevolent. Blood Knights are humanity’s only defense and have operated outside the public eye for hundreds of years. The truth behind . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Pillars of Faith by Claire Roth

Pillars of Faith follows the story of a woman named Senna who has been forced into the violent life of a monster against her will. Struggling with self loathing, the lack of a home, and inescapable, crushing loneliness, she desperately clings to the shreds of her own humanity. What will change when she finally finds someone to fight for? More . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Katalepsis by HY

A web serial of cosmic horror, urban fantasy, and making friends with strange people

Nightmares and hallucinations have plagued Heather Morell all her life. Diagnosed with schizophrenia as a child after the loss of her twin—a sister who never really existed—now struggling with her mental health at university, Heather teeters on the verge of giving up on life. A chance meeting ends in a revelation: she is not crazy, her visions are all . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Love Drug by Glendon J. Klassen

Make Love Possible

Love Drug follows Ada, a commerce student, and Everett, a business developer as they work for a pharmaceutical company developing and marketing a drug designed to help people with a disease the company has invented, Relational-Social Depressive Disorder or RSDD. Ada feels the internship is her only way out of her anxiety-ridden life in Winnipeg, and Everett sees marketing the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes monthly.
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Daniel Undone by bipolar

Memoirs of a Maniac

Daniel was a good and steady guy. A faithful husband. A good father. He tucked his polo shirts into his dad jeans and got his hair cut for $11. A regular guy . . .  . . .  . . . .and a sane man. This is the story of his life-altering journey to the heights of bipolar mania and and his search for sexual freedom. . . .

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PILLARS OF FAITH

Editor’s First Look – Suspenseful Fantasy

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Apr 14, 2018: Pillars of Faith is a story that jumps around a bit to follow a couple of different storylines, but the author does a good job of keeping things interesting enough for a reader so that you will want to continue reading to find out what happens next.

The seeming main storyline follows Senna, a shapeshifter with a curse, and Lily, a regular person who finds and befriends her. I really liked watching the two of them interact, and enjoyed how the [more . . .]

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KATALEPSIS

Compelling and gay: the two things I look for in a story

By Anna, author of Fishbowl

Sep 17, 2019: Katalepsis tells the story of Heather Morell, a college student tormented by nightmarish visions she believes to be schizophrenic hallucinations. After a chance encounter with an attractive young woman, Heather learns that her visions are real, and she is thrust into a world of monstrous spirits, horrifying alien dimensions, and unexpected friendships.

From the first chapter, this is an extremely engaging story. The author does a great job striking the right balance of withholding enough information to intrigue readers without confusing [more . . .]

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