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The Outer Sphere by Macronomicon

Making plant-based magic powers cool again!

Garth Daniels is a down on his luck handyman in a quiet little town in the middle of America when our universe is co-opted into a war between an unstoppable race of reality-hopping monsters that feed on the flesh of living creatures, and a conglomeration of thousands of realities, nested inside each other like a matroska doll. We’re the . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes thrice weekly.
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Maou Shoujo Makoto Chaos by Meakashi

“It seems I was reincarnated as something that isn’t human into a different world . . . something that drains my SAN points when I look into the mirror . . . and as the child of the demon lord no less. A demon lord who eats humans. And makes me eat humans, too. This is a dream, right? Well, I’ll enjoy this craziness as long . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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All Kinds of Things Kill by Robert R. Best

“All Kinds of Things Kill” is a horror anthology that contains 9 stories. The stories are gruesome, frightening, perverse, imaginative, and sick; in other words, they have all the elements that go into making a horror anthology a good one. So turn the lights off, grab a blanket, and get ready to enjoy some chilling tales. . . .

A collection of stories.
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Akumu Love Panic! by Illise Montoya

Sex, magic, and terror in Japan.

Amaya Alastor is the new gaijin in Tokyo after an incident in America sends her packing. After all she’s been through, she just wants to keep her head down and focus on school like any other sixteen-year-old. Enter Haruko, a strange but enthralling young Japanese girl who immediately takes to Amaya. The two quickly bond, only to have their new . . .

A partial series, with no recent updates.
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Addergoole: Year 9 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

How far down does the rabbit-hole go?

The new students to the Addergoole School knew it wasn’t going to be an ordinary boarding school from the start: it was in the middle of nowhere, and nobody’s parents were telling them anything. When it turned out to be in a bunker, hidden under an old barn in a cornfield, some of them started to think that this was . . .

A complete novel.
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ADDERGOOLE: YEAR 9

Deeper into the rabbit-hole

By EramosE, author of Kaiserin

Oct 19, 2013: After Addergoole I didn’t think twice to start reading Addergoole 9, same dark setting, same twisted rules, same mind control, but not quite the same story. Instead of following just three characters through their first year at school now we follow all the students of year 9. The stories are great, the setting too, but its just frustrating, having so many characters you feel like you just don’t have enough, just glimpses of the whole story with pieces of every individual story, it keeps you wanting more and getting frustrated [more . . .]

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