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No Capes by Elizabeth Seibert

“Why not wear a cape? Don’t superheroes usually wear capes?” He cracked a boyish grin and took a step away from me, like he’d suddenly inherited a windfall of energy. “Nah. Not unless they want a death wish. Capes are hazardous for your health, Madeline.” He looked me directly in the eyes, and I suspected he was about to . . .

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Kairos by Leigh Heasley

Time travel isn’t just possible, it’s been legalized by the US government. Many industries have capitalized on the trend, including dating agencies. Now anyone can travel to the past for their own Regency romance or wild west affair . . . for the right price. . . .

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HAWK by Mike_I_Am

Kas Balera is used to a bit of chaos. As a space bounty hunter, capturing three Class-2 criminals should have been the most difficult part of her week, but when a disaster of epic proportions rocks the entire solar system, Kas is thrust into the midst of an adventure far beyond her wildest fantasies. With the help of . . .

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Cosplay Kill Club by Kuronoshio

Obsession. Murder. Lies. Amputation.

Miki Tominaga’s world is turned upside down when she is involved in a car accident that leaves her face-blind. Unable to recognise even her closest friends she struggles to adjust to her condition. Determined to find out what happened the night of the crash, she stumbles upon a group that film elaborate suicides. It isn’t long until she discovers her . . .

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Soulburn by Larry Kollar

There’s a special place in Hell for those who abuse their authority, and Ronald Guyton abused his with gusto. But on his way to his final reward, he finds himself diverted. Damned souls return to the world of the living, looking to pull a few more of the living over the edge into Hell. It is now Guyton’s job . . .

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Slush by Carachel

Melodrama in the 22nd Century

It’s the 22nd century, and intelligent alien life has just been found! Nobody cares. In New California, life is good for the students at St. Victoria’s High School. Sure, the teachers may be strict, lunch is served by robots without taste buds, and the field trips offworld can be a chore, but otherwise the future is bright! For Ruby, . . .

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Sprig by Houston Hare

In a fantasy world, war rages as land runs out. Elves, Dwarves, Humans, and other races fight for control of the limited space they have. When a land mass suddenly appears out of nowhere, people flock to it, only to be caught up in its mysteries. Kaia, one of the last living members of the Treek race, heads to . . .

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Defiance of the Fall by The First Defier

As Zac was alone in the middle of the forest the world changed. The whole planet was introduced to the so-called multi-verse by an unfeeling System or God. A universe where all races and civilzations fought for power and dominion. Seemingly forgotten by the System, Zac found himself stuck in the wilderness surrounded by deadly beasts. Alone, lost and . . .

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Paternum by J. C. Weston

A college student named Quinn with a chronically ill father and a 15-years-missing mother discovers an experimental supersuit in a collection of their mother’s old belongings, and it awakens powers they never knew they had. Finding new friends and a home in the superhero community, Quinn grows as a person as they slowly learn about what really happened to their . . .

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Bard’s Log by J.Y.H. Zhu

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Come join the adventures of Iria the cyborg admiral, John the space trooper, and Fern the Fireguard on their adventures upon the exoplanet Proxima Centauri. . . .

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Zmaj by Pommel Knight

Alone with only the voice inside his head, the little dragon learns to survive in the great forest. Battling with hunger and cold while trying to sait his curiosity of the world and the creatures inhabiting it. Although things will be difficult for someone who doesn’t speak any language or knows how to interact with people he isn’t hunting. . . .

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Onward To Providence by Nighzmarquls

Pylo was a woman of trade and travel! She had set out for a life of adventure and exchange with strange new life. She would make deals and exchanges with new fools and new civilizations. She would boldly swindle like no one had swindled before. . . .

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LIGHTBRINGERS AND LAMPLIGHTERS

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