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Castle Terribel by John Ball

Mansemat Cthonique. Dark Lord of the Plains of Dread. Master of the Castle Terribel. Doting Husband, Father, and Stepfather.

For centuries, the Lands of Night and Light have been locked in a struggle of light against darkness. This is about life in the Land of Night, a place where even Dark Lords have hobbies. . . .

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The Macabre Tale of Edmund Moulde by Nathan Thompson

Edmund never thought he would be adopted. Prospective parents just seemed to walk past him, looking for children with fuller cheeks, ruddier skin, or even just blinked a bit more often. It wasn’t that he minded much—he wouldn’t know what to do with a family. It was just that he had never been beyond the gates of Mrs. . . .

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Nomad Project Series by Nick Millini

In inceptum finis est.

In the year 2038, the city of North Brook is under siege by a malicious organization bent on revenge. One man, Jack Nomad, is determined to find the leader of this group as he looks for the answers regarding the disappearance of his friend. Other characters join along, including the quiet Kira Young, who has a secret of her own. . . .

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Suzie’s House by Alice Audrey

In desperate need of cash flow, Suzie Hammacker rents out some of the rooms in her remodeled Victorian home in Madison, Wisconsin. One goes to her best friend. One goes to a detective. And one goes to an FBI agent. Everything works great until the renters accidentally bring their work home with them. . . .

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Otherworldly by SecretMortician

The Broken Adventure Series

Iouernia was once a fertile land of gods and myth, but after a two-hundred-year war, magic passed out of all knowledge. Facts became fables. Fables became faith and things that should not have been forgotten were lost to the sands of time, found only in the pages of legend. And the rule of man began. As time passed, . . .

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The Oscillation by SME

It was an average day in Miami—then fractures in the sky appeared. A pulse from the crack that appeared in the sky changed the population; some people’s biology changed while others received magical and physical strength. After the chaos, the political drama ensued, followed by the discovery of portals that brought deadly creatures. They called this event “The Oscillation” and . . .

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Zero Sum by Ruckus

Zero Sum is an actual play speculative fantasy and action drama webserial that follows an array of characters as they navigate the oppressive structures of a dystopian society that subjugates and fears Wrights—people who wield powers that society uses for daily convenience. The year is 2135 and the world is burning. Telos Corp., a billion dollar tech company run . . .

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Crunch by More Et Al

In a not too distant future humanity has suffered an epidemic known to most only as Rapture. No corner of the world is safe from this plague and mankind seems primed for extinction. In the wake of this viral chaos, mega corporations spy opportunity and make a grab for power that sees them rise as monarchs of the new age. . . .

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The Sinister Garden Legacy by Danielle Klassen

The Sinister Garden Legacy is a serial based on the sordid lives and affairs of the haunted families that reside in Courtland County. The premiere story, Garden of Malice, is set during the Prohibition era and details the beginning of the conflict between the influential families that established the small township as well as introduces the malicious spirit that drives . . .

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The Piccadilly Detectives by James Woodall

Gay & Queer Detectives Stories in the time of criminalisation

It’s the Roaring Twenties. Homosexuality is a crime in Britain, yet London is home to a thriving queer underworld. In the bohemian bars, the Turkish baths and the public lavatories, gay men and women find love through secret codes and signals. But when your very existence is a crime, who can you trust if not the police? Hugo Fox . . .

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Guardians of New Avalon by Ritic

In the late 1950s, a large island was found off the coast of northern Africa and quickly claimed as an independent nation. Named Avalon, it was quickly developed into a thriving industrialist nation. In the wake of tragedy overseas, Lance Corporal Molly Acone has returned to New Avalon City with both accolades to her name and lingering PTSD. No longer . . .

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Survivor’s Trust by Ellen Seltz

What if you lost everything you ever wanted, and had just one chance to get it back?

Survivor’s Trust is a legal drama about a hotshot young attorney who wants the high-powered career she trained for, despite some terrible choices. Now a single mom, she’s returned to her Southern hometown to build a life and provide for her daughter. Outwardly, she’s full of ambition and hustle, but the shameful secrets in her past make her vulnerable in . . .

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SHADOW OF THE TEMPLAR

Buttery goodness

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Oct 26, 2008: This is a popcorn novel. Not a lot of substance, but deliciously entertaining.

The prose is to the point, the banter is enjoyable (and I laughed a few times, I think), and it’s just a lot of fun. I’ve only read the first two parts (I know that doesn’t sound like a lot, but it really is), and I’ll probably end up reading more when I find the time.

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CASTLE TERRIBEL

Like Pratchett or Burlew, humor that sneaks in some great characters and plot

By Katherine, member

Mar 25, 2011: A top-notch fantasy humor story, John Ball deftly weaves a fascinating world with hilarious dialogue and well-rounded characters.

Two loosely collected lands of city-states—the Lands of Light and the Lands of Night—have sworn perpetual war against each other until the victor takes all. But after the death of his brutal father, Shaddad, Mansemat resolves to take the path of peace and build a stable nation that isn’t interested in continuing war against the light-oriented Milesians. Indeed, outside of their night-themed trappings, [more . . .]

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