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Frays in the Weave by Sten Düring

A story told, a tale woven, when beliefs clash.

Great tales need to be told, but those that shape the world must be added to the Weave. With the awakening of a god two taleweavers sharing two worlds meet and shape a new future for both. As they add new strands to the Weave in a way no taleweaver has ever done before ripples run through reality and . . .

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The Taleweaver by Sten Düring

When two worlds clash

One man to change a life Two to change a world An outworlder comes to Otherworld where words come true where he comes true The Taleweaver . . .

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Wish Fulfilment by Gregory Taylor

Two investigators, one problem...uncountable wishes.

The Epsilon Project has determined that an evil object is granting wishes – on a fantasy world. Two people who function well without technology are sent to investigate. Can they get along with each other? Will they find the object, and is it really evil? Also, seriously, who runs this Project?? . . .

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Newtons Sleep by Daniel O'Mahony

A richly-written novel of strange happenings in 17th century England

“Don’t tell her what it was like. Don’t tell her how you had to dig your way out through heavy layers of clay to reach the fresh air, because that would distress her. Don’t tell her about the box, because that would confuse her. And don’t tell her about the light, because that was sacred.” Lately cannonballs have . . .

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Archipelago by Krishan Coupland

Unlikely Islands

Updated each morning, Archipelago is a collection of three-hundred-and-sixty-five tiny stories, one for each day of the year 2015. Archipelago is about magicians, sex, death, dreams, forests, monsters, hallucinations and food. The blog updates at 9AM each morning, and you can sign up to have new posts delivered to your inbox. . . .

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God Vessel Online by DarkClaymore

Erika is a tall, elegant honor student and a closet gamer who is secretly obsessed with cute little critters. Mina is a short, brash girl who flaunts herself as a gamer and pays no heed to others. Normally, the two would have nothing to do with each other. But, when the virtual “Grim Reaper’s Curse” afflicts Mina in the . . .

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Tarantella by Andrew Vest

Tarantella is a 78,500 word action/thriller novel set in 1939 London and revolving around two characters: The orphan paperboy Jules and the legendary and feared Lady Tarantella. Here is a short synopsis of the novel (please note, the novel is complete): Tarantella. Veiled vigilante. Recluse. Kidnapper of children. Dangerous. Unstoppable. Whispers abound as to the masked sentry’s responsibility for . . .

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Terminal by Ben Hron

A zombie web novel. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day.

It’s about Zombies. Groaning, moaning, maddened flesh eating abominations driven by their insensate desire to feed. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day. A metaphor for our hopeless battle against the savage throng of the human tide . . . an ocean of grasping hands, tearing, ripping, desecrating what you have, who you are. We struggle to keep our heads . . .

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Spoils of War by Elenia Turner

When Andromeda was twelve, her town was attacked.
 When Andromeda was thirteen, she started to build her army.
 When Andromeda was fourteen, she got control of her town. Now, a decade later, her town is under attack once again, and this time she will defend it. . . .

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Nano by Kyler

sci-fi, futuristic, nanobots, superheroes, superpowers

They say evolution is no longer possible. That the human race has stagnated. Physicality no longer plays a role in modern survival of the fittest, so what’s left to change? Makrotech has developed a revolutionary type of nanotechnology, designed to usher in a new age of humanity. To force the evolution. 18 year old Rhea and . . .

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Void by Ridtom

Fighting for something you don't believe in.

Year 2555. A “Gifted” young man, Alex White returns to his home colony of New Triton in search of finding some measure of peace and meaning to his existence. His reputation proceeds him however, further casting him into the chaos of being “Gifted” and all the trouble that it entails. As he struggles to fight for something he doesn’t believe . . .

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TERRESTRIAL MAGIC

Editor’s First Look – Action-Packed Fantasy

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Aug 12, 2018: Terrestrial Magic follows Jordan as she and her scientific team try to document legendary animals that have begun to reappear in the world, outside of heavily protected human settlements. The author does a good job of setting her world’s information up without a lot of exposition, and sinks the reader right into some interesting action at the beginning.

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NOT ALL HEROES

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By On The Edge, member

Oct 8, 2018: I’m writing this review based on everything up to the most recent chapter because I just had a moment where everything clicked. This is a great story, filled with depth, intricate world-building and fascinating, complex characters. Somehow Not All Heroes combines concise world-building with a fascinating depth, showing without telling.

The standout is definitely the characters and the characterisation of everyone. The story is about three people (Sabra, Fisher and Leopard) as they are each try to make a pretty grim, [more . . .]

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