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GOTA – God Of The Arts by OmegaAlphaTau

The plagued young noble of the Aurum bloodline is tossed into the politics of his homeland. What starts as a path to revenge grows ever brighter, ever vivid into a path to the peak. Through time and Fate’s interweaving fingers he experiences all life has to offer as he reaches for beyond the skies, the enigma known as life unraveling . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes daily.
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The Adventures of Little Richard and Tangles by Daniel Kilkelly

His only reward is your family jewels.

Little Richard. A name mistakenly assigned to a high school teacher/vigilante. Now the media uses the title to describe the man who, in the darkness of the night, hunts down rapists, sexual predators, and all manner of scum bags. Monsters like that don’t deserve their family jewels, so he goes ahead and confiscates them. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Fortress Seven by Kyleli

You're no Hero.

Two thousand years ago, a nameless hero sacrificed himself to save the world. And with his sacrifice came a world filled with Orbs – powerful naturally occurring sources of magic. His seven companions, his seven fortresses returned to this changed world, splitting it into seven kingdoms, changing it forever. Exactly two millennia after the incident, the world remains heavily . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Vigilante, the origin story by Vigilanteorigin

Her father was killed in a drive-by shooting and now she has started a war on the gangs of her city using skills her father taught her . . .

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Lionheart Leaks by Richard Tattoni

In radio, everyone can hear you scream!

Lionheart Leaks is a series of POV installments from employees in the media industry. It’s the deliriously exciting start to a mission from a group of 20-something underachievers struggling in life. They’re paid to work in radio for Lionheart Incorporated™, a new media company. While working for this very ambitious and corrupt company, the employees form fast friendships before learning . . .

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