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Corvus by L. Lee Lowe

In an alternate present the minds of teen offenders are uploaded into computers for rehabilitation—a form of virtual wilderness therapy. Zach is a homo cognoscens, one of the new humans who can navigate the Fulgrid. Though still a high school student, he is indentured to the Fulgur Corporation as a counsellor. Laura is a homo sapiens. Their story is part . . .

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Telepaths: The Park Slope Conspiracy by J. A. Platt

A botched escape from a mental asylum lands an undercover agent in custody and reveals a plot to destroy the nation’s telepaths.

Incumbent Senator Tom Gates has assembled a team to dig into his opponent’s darkest secret. Leading the team is Elise Atwood, a rare non-telepath born into an all-telepathic family, the Senator’s trusted Communications Advisor—and if the investigation doesn’t pan out—his scapegoat. From the FBI the Senator recruits Agent Carl Childers, a seasoned telepathic interrogator whose wife’s high-risk pregnancy may prove . . .

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Antlers, Colorado by Marn

A serialized writing project about Austin Jones and the several years he spent away from home.

Austin Jones, a budding medium, flees from his home in Havenwood, PA in the year 1999. He is running from a predestined position at the Department of Paranormal Research, an agency his family has run for decades. The ghost of his father, Richard, follows him. In the fall of 2000, Austin finds himself in the town of Antlers, Colorado, . . .

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asa kraiya by Karen Wehrstein

What would you do . . . to live?

asa kraiya is the sequel “that never should have happened” to my two traditionally-published fantasy novels, Lion’s Heart and Lion’s Soul (Baen Books, 1991). Greatest of warriors and greatest of leaders, Fourth Chevenga Shae-Arano-e lives “the life of other men’s dreams”—except that he faces certain death by the age of thirty. When a healer with the gift of seeing . . .

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Unforeseen Dives by Aheila

A Psychic Service of Investigation blog novel

Psychic Service of Investigation Agent Cassidy Parker dives toward potential futures to uncover crimes and prevent them. With her telepathic partner Rebecca, she stumbles upon a threat of massive proportions. Stopping it does not only involve investigating the situation but also a little arm-wrestling with PSI’s parent agency – the FBI – and a careful management of reader (telepaths and . . .

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Ruin by TheLunarFox

Ruin is a series of interconnected stories that each stand on their own but when read together form a web of stories and moments where the lives of the people are as important as the world they live in. . . .

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STRANGE LITTLE BAND

two psychics, one baby, and a mega-corp that owns them all

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Jul 24, 2009: The story follows the psychics Addison and Shane, who both work for the mega-corp Triptych, a mysterious company that seems to specialize in almost everything. Both of the main characters are strong and manipulative; it’s refreshing to read a story with such complex characters and so much hidden politics at play.

Addison is passionate, stubborn and controlling, oftentimes bitchy, teleporting pet psychic of Triptych’s boss, and a fiercely protective mother.

Shane is [more . . .]

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MOTHER OF LEARNING

One Of The Best Fictions I’ve Ever Read

By caerulex, author of Apex Predator

Jun 27, 2017: “Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.” – Zig Ziglar

When I first heard of this book, it was on a Reddit forum for fictions similar to HPMOR (Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality). I had just finished that book and was desperate for another excellent, binge-worthy read. I found that in Mother of Learning.

At first, since I had never [more . . .]

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