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The Scarlet Jane Files by Kody Boye

When evil comes knocking, Hunters answer the call.

Scarlet Jane Lived an ordinary life. A star athlete and a straight-A student with a promising future, she seemed to have it all—until her mother was murdered by a monster. But when a kind stranger appears to offer her a chance to avenge her mother, Scarlet will discover that there’s a whole secret underbelly of the modern world: one with . . .

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Brimstone Fantasy by Stern Trooper

Given his first weapon when he was still a child, Edward Lee lived a life full of violence in a nation torn by war. Tormented by the demons of his past, he believed Death would free him. But through the games of beings beyond his understanding, his death turned out to be the starting point of a new . . .

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New Winslow by Amanda McColgan

The town of New Winslow is a small community in the grip of a strange curse. While life mostly goes on like normal, residents or visitors will occasionally find themselves unable to move past the town limits. You never know for how long and you never know when it’ll hit you. But the rent is wicked cheap and the people . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Acts of Androkles by Ryan English

300 meets Lone Wolf and Cub

Androkles, son of Paramonos, spent twenty-five years in the world’s greatest army trying to earn enough money to buy back his good name. He’s battle-scarred, weary, and heartbroken after decades of watching dear friends die, but he survived. He’s ready to retire and be welcomed as a hero, finally able to see the reward he sacrificed so much to achieve. . . .

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Edict by J. Ander

It’s been six years since Mientheoderic’Cyan arrived at the Dias Brotherhood. He’s changed a lot and has been doing a lot including becoming a battle chanter. After his first official mission, with First Warden Kellas’s band, Mien learns has a vision learning that he’s starting the process of learning his edict phrase. A chanters most powerful phase. However, instead going . . .

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Fishbowl by Anna B.

Like many teenage girls, Naomi Wada would do almost anything for the musicians she admires, but she gets more than she bargained for when her favorite band The Goldfish Technique’s bassist sends his strange friend Falcon to her door. Naomi and her friends from the band’s online forum the Fishbowl must work together to uncover the mystery behind Falcon and . . .

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Living a Long Life as a Legend by bor902

Reincarnating into a game-like version of a medieval magical world was fine and all. A good blend of two enjoyable tropes. Lock wished he’d been born with a bunch of cheats sometimes, sure, but he could settle with being functionally immortal by abusing the system as well. . . .

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Crown of the Martyr and Martyr of the Crown. by sarvashaktimaan

An undisputed being sits upon his throne, the Crown of damnation adorning his head. One gaze enough to make gods tremble, and one wave of his hand enough to make the mightiest of demons flee. An unfathomable cataclysm will surely arrive when such a being is slain and grasps another chance to walk among the living. This is a . . .

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The Eighth Warden by Ivy Veritas

A young warrior-mage tries to forge his own destiny, while dealing with a fate not of his choosing. Corec had no idea what the future held in store when he left his homeland to build his own life. When beautiful women start ending up mysteriously linked to him somehow—and not necessarily happy about the fact—Corec and his companions must work . . .

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Sunderland College by Benjamin O'Rourke

The world of Sunderland College is centred around Battle Clothing, mysterious pieces of clothing that augment one’s human abilities and grant incredible powers. Twelve students apply to the college in 2004, all chasing different dreams, but powerful villains gather in every corner; the students cannot outrun their pasts forever. . . .

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Legacy of Kail by Eskandar

A warring world of magic and monsters.

The white-haired Kail is a member of the mercenary guild Anima. Having seemingly appeared out of nowhere one day, his life before Anima is surrounded is unknown to his peers. Now he takes on various jobs that have him travelling across the land of Terra Deorum, meeting a variety of friends and foes in his travels. In a world . . .

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Second Chances by F. Riley

New Life. New World. New Rules.

Death is not the end. But actions do have consequences and based on how you lived your life, second chances are possible. I was given a second chance. I could choose how to reincarnate, who to be, and what Universal constants would impact my next life. Who wouldn’t try to game the system and take all the advantages . . .

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DARKSIDE

In a nutshell: I liked it.

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Jan 15, 2009: First and foremost: Darkside is fun. It’s a rollicking fantasy adventure that starts with a bang and doesn’t slow down. It has humor, likable characters, and an engaging first person narrator.

The summary sums up the story well (I know, who would have thunk it, right?) so there’s really not much for me to recap. I will comment that Darkside’s plot isn’t really anything out of the ordinary—when you boil it down it’s a pretty straightforward fantasy quest. Regular guy learns [more . . .]

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ADDERGOOLE

Forget Hogwarts. I’m going to Addergoole!

By tenaciousN, author of Strange Little Band

Jul 31, 2009: When I first heard about "Addergoole," I was skeptical. Another magical college/coming of age story? It was highly recommended, so I gave it a try.

Chapter one got me intrigued, despite my dislike of Shahin*. By the end of chapter two I was hooked. I devoured all of the available chapters during a long plane ride. Monday can’t come soon enough!

The other reviewers have pretty much expressed my opinion of Addergoole [more . . .]

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