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Read an Excerpt From Leanne Schwartz&#8217; <i>To a Darker Shore</i>


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Read an Excerpt From Leanne Schwartz’ To a Darker Shore

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Cover of Otherworldly by F.T Lukens, showing two people embracing in a snowy setting.

Quirky Gods, a Sweet Romance, and One Chaotic Hockey Game: Otherworldly by F.T. Lukens

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Cover of Mammoths at the Gate by Nghi Vo

The Inevitable Chrysalis of Grief: Nghi Vo’s Mammoths at the Gates

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Eight More Short Fantasy Stories With Happy Endings

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Cover of Saevus Corax Gets Away With Murder, showing a brown helmet against a grey-white background

One Last Time, Saevus Corax Gets Away With Murder

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Cover of The Silverblood Promise, showing a cityscape with a crowd gathered in front of a large building, with two figures observing from a roof, one of them holding a crossbow

Read an Excerpt From James Logan’s The Silverblood Promise

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Gods and Monsters, Men and Wolves: Announcing The Red Winter by Cameron Sullivan

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Man and Witch: The Dance of a Thousand Steps Trailer Gives Us the Fantasy Romcom We Apparently Need

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A Different Type of Romance: Someone You Can Build a Nest In by John Wiswell

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Read an Excerpt From Rebecca Thorne’s Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea

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James Islington’s The Will of the Many Would Be a Perfect Show for Fans of Hypercompetent Heroes

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Read an Excerpt From Laura R. Samotin’s The Sins on Their Bones

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