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The Haventon Chronicles by Becka Sutton

For the Haventon Born life is seldom simple

Two years ago, David discovered the existence of vampires when his favorite sister fell victim to one. He has been hunting them in his home town of Haventon ever since. Now, as tragedy strikes his family yet again and a botched hunt reveals him to one of his targets, the last thing he needs is responsibility for a novice hunter . . .

A complete novel.
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Oktober by Vak Beacon

Oktober is a labyrinthine, psychological road novel that blurs the line betweens reality and fantasy. Each chapter is divided into four sections, each of the sections is a journal entry written by one of the main characters. Thus, each chapter is told four times over, from each character’s point of view. The characters openly invite the readers into their minds, . . .

A complete novel.
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White Leaves (E.L.F. #1) by Michael P. Ness

Mankind stands upon its own terminus, heedless of ruin.

Shannon isn’t the best advocate for the salvation of mankind. Misanthropic, rebellious and a teenage heiress to a natural resourse corp, she joins the Earth Libertaion Front (E.L.F.) in the pacific northwest to become an eco-terrorist and save the world from mankind’s wanton nature, but when captured by the FBI she discovers the true protectors of the Earth (real elves) . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Best Short Stories of Cliff Burns (1985-2009) by Cliff Burns

A selection of the best short fiction by Canadian cult writer, Cliff Burns

I have well over 100 published short stories to my credit and you can also toss in appearances in fifteen major anthologies around the world (including a number of “Best Of . . . ” volumes). I love the short story format and coming back to it this summer after spending the four years previous working on my “Ilium” novel cycle was exciting and . . .

A collection of stories.
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Clocks and Boxes by BGHilton

The South Hertling Chronicles 2

The Hardware Wars have ended and yet peace has not returned to the South Hertling Shopping Supercentre. A mysterious Pyramid that no one talks about still looms over the little Australian suburb. The number of time-lost refugees from alternate worlds seems to be growing. And mysterious artifacts keep showing up in the watch repair shop. What sinister conspiracy is . . .

A complete novel.
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Void Domain by TowerCurator

My domain. My rules.

Brakket Magical Academy in Northwestern United States is on its last legs. Enrollment of new students is at an all time low. The academy instructors go out to recruit prospective children other magical academies have ignored. Eva is one such recruit. After witnessing her perform magic no teenage mage should have learned, an instructor of the academy offers her . . .

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Perspective Pourri by Jesse Graves

Life, Madness, Murder...and Cats!

This is a story about a girl, her feline friend and the assortment of things they get into. A tale of life, madness, murder and cats along with weird elements and slices of life. A story that’s about people as much as it is about the unusual. Also reality might be not really be at it seems with all . . .

A complete series.
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Weaver’s Knight by Peter Flanagan

Love is Majestic

Even after artist Alex Deleon found himself fighting a Reanimate for a woman he’d just met, he had no idea of the world – and life – that they were about to face together. Imbued with powers he’d only dreamed of and faced with nightmare conspiracies that surpass a fringe theorist’s most paranoid delusions, Alex must learn how to confront . . .

A complete novel.
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Amber Silverblood by Adam Bolander

Meet Amber, a teenage girl struggling with the death of her father, an overstressed mother- and lycanthropy. Amber wants nothing more than for things to go back to normal, but a magical corporation has its sights set on her. Six months ago they lost a very important test subject, and they think Amber will be a suitable replacement. If she . . .

A complete novel.
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The Slayer and the Sphinx by Adam Bolander

What if every magical creature you’d ever heard of was real, driven into hiding by an army of violent zealots? This is reality for Sarah Heisen and Porter Collins. Sarah is a sphinx living a life of luxury in her family’s mansion. Hidden from all danger, but shut off from the world, she wants nothing more than to escape. Porter . . .

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The Crush by azcetera

After a year, Kelly and Amber are ready to get back at the world.

Elemental magic, alternate history, and a couple of friends with a point to prove. After a year, Kelly and Amber are ready to get back at the world. The Crush is an urban fantasy novella about a couple of friends struggling to make good on a promise—it just so happens that promise involves putting their lives and careers on . . .

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Secrets and Skin by Amy Notdorft

Since losing her ability to sing, Selene Kondo has existed in limbo: juggling part-time jobs, avoiding her family, and watching the last of her friends drift away. When her friend’s going away party turns bloody, she is thrown into a supernatural conflict she never dreamed existed. Her loyalties divided between a red-haired stranger and a charming cop, Selene must . . .

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CITY OF ROSES

Beauty, grit, and song

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Sep 1, 2008: When I first I click on a link to web serial it’s without any intention of reading it right then and there. I just want to have a nose around the site, scan a few paragraphs, look at some pictures if there are any, and decide if it’s of interest to me and how soon I may return to read further.

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By Kyt Dotson, author of Black Hat Magick

Aug 19, 2008: The Mirrorverse serials are seasoned drinks at a gulp. Each installment chances just the right edge of humor, action, and crunch-all-you-want. Readers can be treated to a strange geeky humor that involves a multitude of universal memes—they run a strange spectrum from the utterly mundane spy chronicle to the wacky wizards-and-warriors of a fully populated mythology.

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