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Black Moon by Snowangel

I’m rich! Gahahahaha! Wait . . . . Noooooooo. I’m eating it? Someone stop me, for once in my life I am considered a billionaire but now I have to resort to eating gold for dessert or my scales will become dull and weak. Sigh . . . .The woes of being a dragon. Especially when I can’t just leisurely spend it on my own whims anymore. Sob. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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Bonds by yuriAza

About how relationships can ruin our social lives

A girl and her demon. A three way gang war. An international paramilitary coalition that doesn’t seem to do anything. Unemployment and college. Life is more complicated than it seems, and Mari Arnitt, who just wants to be good, will hold the city of New Mumbai, maybe even the future of public policy towards the supernatural, in her hands. . . .

A serialized novel, updating monthly.
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The Drowned by Eliza Knightly

A century ago the world flooded, killing off most of the world’s population. All who remain are scattered communities of drifters and the elite Philosophes who live in a walled city above sea level. Amidst a growing drifter rebellion, sixteen-year-old Gwyn travels to the university in the city to bring help back to her dying community. When she gets . . .

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Stolen Planet by Jillian Fitzgerald

“Something’s coming.” That’s the last thing his father told him. Sheeran Bixby was doing his best to keep out of trouble the last two weeks of his high school career. He never expected to be running for his life instead of taking his last exams or fighting to save his father instead of fighting the urge to cut class. But . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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A Murmur in Mumbles by L.B. Lane III

“A Murmur” resides in a world unwittingly on the precipice of disaster, where hope is groped at in the dark, and desperation often goes overlooked. It is a universe you will come to understand while following Jean Imke, a young journalist swept by the tide of things much larger than simple curiosities. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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No Capes by Elizabeth Seibert

“Why not wear a cape? Don’t superheroes usually wear capes?” He cracked a boyish grin and took a step away from me, like he’d suddenly inherited a windfall of energy. “Nah. Not unless they want a death wish. Capes are hazardous for your health, Madeline.” He looked me directly in the eyes, and I suspected he was about to . . .

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Balancing Act by mathtans

Restoring supernatural balance was never going to be easy

James graduates University, and must now decide whether to remain with his roommate, Melissa’s, magic agency, as it tries to restore supernatural balance on Earth, or find a new path. The fact that he’s sleeping with Melissa complicates matters, as does Melissa’s techno-witch cousin, even before the vampyres, zombies, and a number of old friends become involved. . . .

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Ravelling Wrath by Eli Dupree

A pair of teenagers get caught up in a conflict between the gods.

Rinn Akatura has never really cared about the gods, any more than she cares about “obeying school rules” or “being nice to jerks”. But when she—and her girlfriend, Yali—are chosen to represent the gods in the Ravelling, they get caught up in a decades-old conflict they could never have imagined. In the magical Otherworld, the Blood God enters Rinn’s mind . . .

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Tammamori: Blossom of the Raging Sovereign by Crona J.

A young boy on a throne, generations of war to stop him

When Tammamori’s father dies suddenly, he must take up the mantle of king at the young age of fourteen. However, his mother has been accused of treason: the act of murdering the late king. It seems he has enemies everywhere, and no one to trust. Searching for the truth behind his father’s murder and trying to unify a broken nation . . .

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Redtown Diaries by Banks

Redtown Diaries is a slice-of-life urban fantasy about a group of twelve friends who started what they call a paranormal-science club in middle-school. Now in high-school, have they outgrown the club, or have they stumbled onto something big. . . .

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Marc Quill’s Singularity by Marc Quill

What would you do if you had no memory of your past, no idea of who you are and found yourself unexpectedly lost in a world that is not of your own? How about if you learned that you have superpowers that you never knew you had in the first place? That’s exactly the plight that a young woman . . .

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Frotwoot’s Faerie Tales by Charlie Ward

The Seelie and Unseelie Courts are at war. On one side: Noble knights, fighting for freedom. On the other: Not-so-noble terrorists, fighting for the right to rule. Caught in the middle: One very confused, very LOST teenage boy. His name is Frotwoot. He’s a faerie. And this . . . is his tale. (Hence the, uh . . . hence the title.) . . .

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7 DAYS IN NOVEMBER

Teen fiction with fur

By Linda Schoales, editor

Mar 28, 2009: “7 Days in November” is the story of a group of friends in high school. They’re “furs”, which means they’re humanoid but with animal-like fur, ears and features. As furs they’re the minority group in this world. They’re looked on with suspicion and expected to keep separate from humans. Add to this the usual high school angst of relationships, friends, and parents, and you have an emotional, character-driven story.

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DEFECTION

Bored High School SuperGenius

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Apr 4, 2015: The story is very compelling: a high school super-genius keeps her identity secret from her parents and friends, while attempting to stave off boredom.The characters are interesting, the dialogue pretty nice, and there’s a good degree of suspense and world building.

Originally, there were a number of grammatical errors, but I talked to the author about those and they’ve been fixed. There are still some minor clunky bits (capitalizing "She" for "she said" when it’s placed after the line of dialogue), [more . . .]

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