• At Pathfinder: "The Fencing Master - Chapter One: The First Duel" by Dave Gross. Fantasy. RPG.
"Within the crowd stood a circle of eight swordsmen, all but one pressing kerchiefs to fresh wounds. The uninjured man appeared three decades older than the others, a swatch of gray at either brow. The fencing master was of a height with me, placing him a few inches above the younger men. Unlike his curious pupils, he did not turn at my arrival. His gaze was locked upon the duelists inside the ring."
At Revista de Suspans: [Horror, Thriller, Dark Fantasy]
• "The Archangel " by Paul Tudor.• At Tor.com: "Business As Usual" by David Barnett.
"The assumption of double suicide was ruled out after the policemen didn’t find any knife into the railcar or the luggage. And to think that – after stabbing his/her partner and then thrusted the dagger into his/her heart – the perpetrator (he?she?) had the power to throw the white weapon into the bushes (with what purpose?) would be – we have to admit – a far-fetched supposition."
• "One Brew Too Many" by Ty Schwamberger.
"Luckily, the car was old and didn’t have any airbags. If the car would have been equipped with them, Linda was sure with the pounding jolt she had now taken both times now, it would have been hard enough that they would have activated and probably blown up so big and fast, it would have crushed her tiny face."
• "To Virgin Mary, With Love" by Răzvan Țuculescu.
"The hill, like a fur cap plaited from the tendons of a giant, murmured in protest through the whispered thrill of the wind towards the one who plagued him with the burden of the hollow trees, ever so bent from the passage of time to its own soil."
• "Chester" by Benjamin Kane Ethridge.
"These days he slept under the elders sleep place, his big brown eyes gluing over. Fogginess meant that the world was pulling away; all important things had past already, the great days of strutting down the street gone."
"Spring, 1890, and England needs a hero. Gideon Smith is yet to step up to the role as public protector of the Empire, but in the background and the shadows, Mr Walsingham pulls strings to keep the often outlandish threats to Britain and her interests at bay. It is a role that lies heavy on his shoulders, and here we find him composing his end-of-year report to Queen Victoria."
• At Amazon: "Born" by Tara Brown. Dystopian. [via Pixel-of-Ink]
- "Soul Mates" by L. A. Kelley. Fantasy.
- "The Lonely Professor's Guide to Myths and Legends" by L. A. Kelley.
- Five Shades of Fantasy. Fantasy. 313k words.
- "Into the Strange" by Mike Ramon. Horror.
- The Blizzard by Craig Melville. 66k words.
- "Ashes on Our Altar" by Eric Henn. Apocalyptic.
- "In Search of the God Particle" by William J. Benning Hard Science Fiction.
- "The Formidians" by William J. Benning. Space Opera.
- "Kudos" by R. Curtis Venture. Science Fiction.
- Rabacoon by S.L. Jean. Fantasy.
- Auld Bobby Bob's Campfire Tales For Kiddywinks by Michael H Kelly. Fantasy.
- Through the Eye of the Gelan (The Realm of the Gelan Chronicles) by Ros Bethan. YA Fantasy.
- Isle of Ghosts (The Sadronium Wars) by Kristian Anderson. Post-Apocalyptic.
- The 747ers by Sam Roman.
- The Demon's Tale by Jonathan W. Steed. Fantasy.
- Healing the Hunter by K.C. Taylor. Paranormal Romance.
- The Plague Within by Gioya McRae. Apocalyptic.
- Beyond the Firefly Field (The Last Elfarian) by R.E. Munzing. Fantasy (YA?)
- The Starlight Fortress by Fiona Rawsontile. Space Opera.
- Dark Black: A Fiction-TecnoThriller by Zack Vegas.
- Legends: The Golden Door Revised Edition by Bobbie Bridgeman.
- For the Blood of the Lamb (The Night Talker Chronicles 1) by David Cassenti. Paranormal.
- The First Alpha by K A Taylor. Paranormal.
- Carlotta and the Krius Scepter (Carlotta Series) by John Booth. Paranormal.
- Fated (New Era Series) by Addy Mason. Fantasy.
- Black Diamond by Kinch Glisson. Fantasy.
- The Destiny Engine by E.C. Belikov. Cyberpunk.
- Malarat - a novel of love beyond death by Jessica Rydill. Fantasy.
- Diary of the Displaced - Book 1 - The Journal of James Halldon by Glynn James.
- Resurrection of Liberty by Michael L. Wentz. YA Science Fiction.
- Bait (Order of the Spirit Realm) by K.C. Blake. Paranormal.
- Remnant by Kate Genet.
- The Last Priestess by Elizabeth Baxter. Fantasy.
- Soul Finding (Halfling Souls Series) by C Crowe. Fantasy.
- The Arcturus Man by John Strauchs. Science Fiction.
- Virtues of Destiny: A Voice Next Door by Sean Harris. Science Fiction.
- Paw by George Crawford. Fantasy.
Star Frontiersman #21
Very well made Star Frontiers fanzine featuring encounters, adventures, background, and even fiction. For Star Frontiers, but much is adaptable to other science fiction RPGs.
Fantasy RPG 'zine focusing on Pathfinder.
- "Many Angled Creature Template" by Steven D. Russell
- "Erivar Harmelk" by Creighton Broadhurst
- "Additional Racial Traits: Jotunnar" by Steven D. Russell
- "Longbridge at a Glance" by Creighton Broadhurst
- "Technology in Tabletop Games" by Liz Winters.
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All the characters created by Creighton Broadhurst are very interesting and fighting but I like Erivar Harmelk the most in Pathways. Essay Writing Service
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