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Starhenge: Book One #1 and Artistic Ambitions

A sci-fi odyssey of Arthurian proportions.

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Clementine: Book One is an Intimate Story About Surviving

Just keep moving.

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Ordinary Monsters is an Epic Introduction to a New Series

Escape your life for the Cairndale Institute, where children go to train their magical abilities, when you pick up J.M. Miro’s new novel, ‘Ordinary Monsters.’

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Ghostcage: Corporate Greed and Human Exploitation

Our future in the form of giant kaijus.

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Magic and Music Are One and the Same in The Song That Moves The Sun

Anna Bright, author of The Beholder, is back with her new novel ‘The Song That Moves the Sun.’

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Public Domain #1: The Trivializing of Comic Creators

Something that could only ever happen in fiction, of course!

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The Dead Romantics is a Hauntingly Delightful Homecoming

Ashley Poston, author of ‘Geekerella,’ is back with ‘The Dead Romantics.’

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Revealer Bares All But Blends In with the Crowd

Revealer, the newest horror comedy offering from Shudder does little to differentiate itself from the rest of its 80s inspired ilk but it does deliver on its promise of revelations – in more ways than one.

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Mindset #1 Asks Who is Controlling Who?

Are you being controlled?

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Minor Threats #1: A Loving Superhero Deconstruction

D-Listers have never been better.