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Phantonics by Kyologist

Phantonics is set on the fictional island of Requiem, where these tiny particles known as phantons are floating around which makeup the soul of each and every person. Sometimes these phantons can react to varying events and grant a person unique powers, referred to as Abilities. Adam Grayson, the protagonist, awakens one of these Abilities one night after meeting . . .

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Pirates of the Milky Way by jaxonreed

In space, no one can hear you lie.

New technology allowed humans to reach for the stars. Now technology has led to war. Opposing AI systems battle each other in a monumental struggle for control of the galaxy. But one planet remains a refuge of independent thought. Lute is home to pirates, harboring ruthless companies of warships hunting for prey. The pirates are offered the spoils . . .

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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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A Raveling Night by E.M Redshaw

Vikings. Sea monsters. Wicked hearts.

The gods are said to be dead. What once was a gift, is now a curse. And with a Norian king on the throne, no gifted Aruel is safe. Norians paint glaciers red with Aruel blood, believing it will bring them the favor of the gods—an end to the hunger, the bloodshed and the suffering of the kingdom. . . .

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The Helena Chronicles by SME

Espers are really no different than humans; they look like any normal human and in general behave like any normal human. However, there are a few key differences. The max life expectancy of espers ranges from forty-five to fifty. They naturally have a knack for mathematics and are extremely intelligent in general, this because their abilities rely on the subconscious . . .

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A Tail’s Misfortune by SME

For years Sora has been viciously harassed by bullies, being subject to physical, psychological, and emotional torture from middle school to high school. This, however, is going to change as Sora’s sixteenth birthday draws near; reality begins to twist as myths and legends surround her. She starts to change from a demure teenage girl to something else as she struggles . . .

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Everyday Life of a Modern Witch by TheWiseVixen

Lyra Grey moves to Seattle to live with her best friend after her adoptive mother dies. A chance encounter with a woman named Camilla sparks a strange compulsion, and draws her into the dangerous world of the supernatural. Can she survive the obsession of an ancient vampire? Set in a modern, supernatural world. . . .

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How Best to Use a Sword by Antagonized Penguin

A straight-up fantasy story without the 'straight.'

Featuring inexhaustible knights, kinky witches and a polyamourous chosen one, How Best to Use a Sword is about a series of fantasy protagonists living a series of tropey fantasy lives . . . except without all that pesky heteronormativity. They fight monsters, hang out with knights and kings and princesses, and then they have sex with their boyfriends at the end of the day—oh, . . .

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Black Meridian by Z.Q. Spark

There's a New Kind of Public Servant

Some facts about humans: They are intelligent, versatile creatures with a tendency for murder and vice. Zeta, a swordsman from a villa at the summit of Greenwich Mountain, has heard many stories about the “Sigma World,” the colloquial term for any and all things superpowered in the world. He’s also heard of the many tragedies, as well as the . . .

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Descendants and Champions by Elizabeth Frei

Twenty-four year old Silvia Chance Garrison, having grown up in a small town in Ontario, Canada and being neglected all her life didn’t see herself as anything special. A chance meeting with Sebastian Dalca changes all of that, however, when she is whisked away to The Prison and learns more about her heritage and a world that lays not far . . .

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Trillodan Exiles by Elisha Sears

In a reality where Earth is no more, humans are now residing on alien planets as refugees, trying to keep their head down and survive as a species. One such planet is Tso’got, a planet rife with corruption and misery, where strength is everything. Humankind have been accepted there since 2056, but tensions are high due to Adaptations: the impossible . . .

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Legends of Lost Fallow by Keyboard

They escaped the very mortal, very human afflictions of their old world, only to become stranded in a new one and confronted by mystical forces once beyond their reckoning. In order to survive, they became what threatened them from ‘beyond the mist’ . . . myth, monster, and legend. . . .

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A GREY WORLD

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By Palladian, editor, author of Super

May 11, 2013: I was very taken with this story. The thing that comes to mind most as I think over the first eleven chapters that I read is that it rings very true, and it seems to be a very deeply felt tale. The story follows a young woman who’s by turns neglected and terrorized by her drug-addicted mother, and bullied by the popular group at school. The way she moves through her environment, assessing threats and trying to determine what she can safely do and have to avoid is heartbreaking. It [more . . .]

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THE LEGION OF NOTHING

Legions of Fans should find this…

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Jul 30, 2008: I have to admit, I have a bias. I grew up with comic books because of my father, and have a deep appreciation for the medium. I had access to forty years of X-Men comics, and samplings of Spidey, the FF, Avengers and Daredevil . . . 

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