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53 Ganymede by Amy Notdorft

Welcome to 53 Ganymede Avenue. Enjoy your stay. And watch out for Ginger.

When a young woman shows up at the doorstep of an old Victorian house, she finds much more than she was looking for: A place to stay. A host of eccentric companions. A new city to explore. Inexplicable coincidences. Impossible possibilities. And maybe even a new home. Like a warm drink on a rainy day, 53 Ganymede . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes monthly.
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Ars Harmonia by Project BC

Human beings are transient creatures. The impermanence of life is tightly interwoven into society—the young are taught by the old so that they, in turn, can teach the next generation when the old has passed on. People are raised in a transient world. Everything eventually breaks down. Plants wither, mountains erode, and eventually the planet itself will come to . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Superstition by Allan T. Michaels

Dashiell Aldridge is a private investigator. Who just happens to be an expert in occult phenomena. His adventures are wrought with suspense, mystery and magic. . . .

A series.
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The Watchmage of Old New York by C. A. Sanders

The Dresden Files meets Buffy:TVS meets Gangs of New York

Nathaniel Hood is a very busy man. He is the Watchmage—half policeman, half wet nurse—for the entire magical population of New York City. As the young city grows, hundreds of supernatural creatures immigate every year, making his life that much more annoying. In the first planned story arc, the baby of a wealthy human couple is kidnapped, Nathaniel suspects . . .

A complete series.
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Mill Avenue Vexations by Kyt Dotson

Gothic style, taxi driving, and magick after dark

If you walk the streets of Phoenix during the day, you see a city, built by strong hands and strong minds. Her spires of glass and steel pierce the blue skies and scintillate in the blazing Arizona sun. Cars rush through the streets, billowing dust and desert scents. And once and a while you’ll notice a black and silver cab . . .

An abandoned series.
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Blood Moon by Belial Leveler

Chronicles of a Modern Vampire

What happens when the creatures of the night and modern technology meet? Is it true that vampires are masters of seduction and manipulation? Are old legends of creatures such as werewolves, fae, mages and demons true? Follow the adventures of Erika, master vampire and walking social disaster, as she finds her place in a world of darkest night. . . .

An abandoned series.
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THE WATCHMAGE OF OLD NEW YORK

Editor’s First Impression

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Apr 3, 2013: I enjoyed reading the first eleven chapters of The Watchmage of New York, and I’m interested to see where this series goes next. The story is set in New York City of the 1850’s, and we follow Nathaniel Hood, a 150-year old mage whose duty is to watch over the otherworldly citizens of the city, helping or dispensing justice as the situation dictates.

The writer’s take on the non-humans inhabiting the city is fascinating in its own right, and I found [more . . .]

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THE WATCHMAGE OF OLD NEW YORK

A bit stilted, but not -that- bad.

By Rika Covenant, member

Apr 1, 2013: A bit stilted, but seems to be a good read nontheless. Seems to be in the same general concept vein as Dresden Files, but over in New York instead of Chicago, amongst many other smaller differences.

The flow of the reading is a bit stymied at times, getting interrupted by a plethora of periods chopping each paragraph into a multitude of shorter sentences than one usually expects to see, It feels like the world-building is a bit too dry and technical, [more . . .]

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