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Terrestrial Magic by Marina Ermakova

Most sensible people avoid fire-breathing carnivores that prey on humans. But Jordan has built a career out of studying such legendary animals, creatures thought mythological until their reemergence in the world three decades ago. She and researchers like her believe that knowledge is the key to reclaiming the land they’d lost back then, when humanity retreated into designated safety zones. . . .

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Wayfaring Princess by John Calligan

A Sweet Romantic Sword and Sorcery Tale

Ada will do anything to keep her family safe. Conquered by an oppressive kingdom, citizen-soldiers murder her people as a rite of passage. So far, her village has gone untouched. They are the greatest archers in the land, and the king shields them in exchange for their loyalty. When he commands Ada to serve as his daughter’s archery tutor, she . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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A Raveling Night by E.M Redshaw

Vikings. Sea monsters. Wicked hearts.

The gods are said to be dead. What once was a gift, is now a curse. And with a Norian king on the throne, no gifted Aruel is safe. Norians paint glaciers red with Aruel blood, believing it will bring them the favor of the gods—an end to the hunger, the bloodshed and the suffering of the kingdom. . . .

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What the Fireleaves Danced by JK Saavedra

An epic fantasy inspired by Filipino Epic Mythology.

An epic fantasy inspired by Filipino Mythology and anime. Follows numerous heroes with the blood of God-Kings as they fulfill their goals and learn of a deeper, darker threat in the midst of it all. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Round Table Texts by JBB

Being the Absolutely Accurate Anachronistic Accounts of a Legendary Realm

The story of King Arthur and the knights of the round table—told entirely in text messages! . . .

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Lorelei and the Sea by Z. Tringali

Lorelei has been raised to live her life by one law: power dictates fate. At sea, no man is more powerful than her father, king Lysandros. She believes her fate is to help him conquer the kingdom of Lismagh–until the night she finds him murdering her mother, the goddess of the sea. Forsaking her father, Lorelei is reborn: a . . .

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Karasu by Jisuk Cho

Karasu is an illustrated web novel taking place in feudal Japan. The plot is heavily focused on yokai (Japanese monsters), centering on a tengu monk/healer named Shichi. . . .

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Caeruleus Aether: Blackbird by G. A. Mehan

Every kingdom has a secret. Every hero, a weakness. Every villain, a master plan.

Sent out with several other Valkyries to investigate a strange anomaly by Brynhildr, Valkyrie Vaeramae follows her strict orders of noninterference. When she experiences what she thinks Brynhildr meant, she fully intends to stay with the world she was assigned to see if it was merely a strange occurrence or something with a bigger impact. But when Ölrún has a . . .

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The Order of Sekhmet by Robyn Cardona

Meet Rowan, who may or may not be really enthusiastic about telling you how his life is with the goddess of war. It is naturally far from being peaceful, but the blade-wielding, fourth-wall-breaking protagonist certainly wouldn’t have it any other way. Egyptian deities? Check. Sword fights? Check. Demonic arts? Check. Burning passion? Check. After all, blood is a good moisturizer. . . .

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Painting the Mists by RedMirage

Eastern fantasy reinvented.

Du Cha Ming was a normal person. Going with the flow, never making any real decisions. But then as Cha Ming begins to question his place in the universe, a fateful encounter gives him another chance at life. A chance that takes him to a place where he can make his own destiny. Reborn in an ancient land filled . . .

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The Crucibles by John Du

Their death for your life. Their humiliation for our glory. Do not fail us.

We exist in a multiverse controlled by gods. The gods create, control, and destroy life in these universes. The gods of different universes enjoy pitting their sentient life forms against each other in trials of combat. These contests consist of 18 champions from two different races, and the gods watch as their creations fight to the death. After . . .

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The Cities Eternal by Evan Murdoch & Ben Sousa

An Online Serial of Myth and magic in the Modern World

In 2022, a year of strange and terrible occurrences proved merely a prelude to an event of cataclysmic proportions. They were warning signs heralding the invasion of the legendary and the supernatural into the modern world. All the great deities and spirits from ancient myth and folklore thrust upon a collapsing world, and their resurgence shatters the boundaries between reality . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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DREAMERS

Certainly a character-driven piece.

By Donna Sirianni, editor

Jul 25, 2008: When I first read this story it was before I set my chapter limits so for this, I kept reading until the end (at the time 9 or 10 chapters) mainly because I was hoping for something to happen. While I really do like Sarah’s writing, I think this is one of the weaker pieces she has that I’ve read.

Yes, it’s a character-driven piece, something that she makes very clear but I read it because the concept of the duality [more . . .]

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THE ALARNA AFFAIR

Young Adventure

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Sep 20, 2011: "The Alarna Affair" is part of the Blackfeather series, and if the rest of the series is anything like the first, it should be a reliably enjoyable experience. It’s a fantasy epic set in a world like our own Victorian Era, with trains and steam-power, but also with magic and intrigue.

Jon Gardner, 9, and his brother Tam, 13, are travelling from their home to visit a famed archaelologist, Professor Sheridan. Jon, it seems, is a precocious young genius, while Tam [more . . .]

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