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Steelshod by MostlyWrites

The saga of a new mercenary company as they strive to find a beacon of light in a dark and hopeless world. Set in a quasi-historical world, clearly fantastical but with allegories to real world cultures, languages, and religions. Character-focused, with a gradually expanding cast and scope. Eventually spans multiple continents and features a cast of every race, . . .

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Foxes Among Wolves by WebbWrites

The Fox returns to the wolves' den.

​”It is not the wolves that should be feared but the sly foxes that lurk in their shadows.” A rogue Masked Master, the Fox, has returned to the kingdom of Shanhe. The assassin’s arrival triggers chaos, entangling the lives of a maid, bodyguard and nobleman. For Bai Mingzhu, it could jeopardise her secret mission. For Liu Disung, . . .

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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 . . .

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Ember’s Heart by Charles Cameron Olson

What if the damsel you had to rescue WAS a dragon?

For Ember Rehksskari, a hated dragon and last princess of a fallen kingdom, there are two kinds of place in the world: those where the people will try to kill her, and those where they’ll try harder. Yet, fleeing from the second to the first, she may just find a third. The kingdom of Salshira has no interest in . . .

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TX History by R. Nephi Smith

A flare burns brightly tonight

Portillo, TX is a city of industry, fuelled by chemicals and ambition. It smells like money. Its citizens seek fortune, love, and truth. Rex is a freelance cameraman who discovers a secret. Heather is high school teacher who doubts the intentions of her holistic psychiatrist, but desperately needs to overcome a childhood trauma. Portillo is a city with two sides. . . .

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Patience in the Dark by Crona J.

A warrior's blood and identity, all for the pride of a blind man

Little is known of the old world. Gyon is the last place on earth to have preserved the ancient traditions of Shai-Ryam, once known as Akata. High in the northern mountains, the Renno warriors practice the arts of the blade and spirit. Daolin, a young Renno disciple, is coming upon his seventeenth year, and his last as a junior . . .

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A Rosary of Stones and Thorns by M.C.A. Hogarth

An angel, a demon, a Jesuit priest... and the Apocalypse.

When the angel Asrial discovers that the halos of the Fallen have been maintained in Heaven against their eventual return, she speaks out against Archangel Michael’s plan to make war on them on Earth. For her insolence, she is driven from grace and ends up in the parking lot of a Jesuit high school. But can she, a priest, a . . .

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By JohnCalliganWrites, author of Wayfaring Princess

Apr 1, 2018: The first chapter is really good. The setting is crisply detailed and the characters compelling. Sometimes a scene will start off a little abstract, but it’s more an artistic choice than accident, because if you read another couple sentences, everything clears up. Great stuff.

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