Jordan Stufflebeam

Jordan Stufflebeam

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Unsummoned

Unsummoned
by psyMeat
ONGOING
274 pages

This story is about the return of a summoned hero, a returnee. A twisted fate of an average young man who was one among the summoned to become heroes in another world. However, it was not all fun and games for him. The world had deemed him as a failure among the heroes and cast him aside like trash. It took him decades of effort before he was finally back, but that world still haunted him here.

Author's note:  I'll try something new by attempting to mix both Cultivator & Mage in this Multiverse, and I'll make sure the Harem isn't stupid.

*The illustration source of the cover is not mine.*

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The Lost City of Maeros (Working title)

The Lost City of Maeros (...)
by JJTaylor
HIATUS
44 pages

Fen and her sister are orphans. A dead mother, a missing father. They make due. While her sister works to support them, Fen dreams of adventure, to board one of the great, flying ships and explore the world. But her birthday is coming, and the time for dreaming will come to an end. 

A special necklace, a map and a message will soon send Fen out into the world in hopes of finding her father and healing her family. It seems however, that she isn't the only one looking for him. 

NOTE - This is a Work in Progress/Early draft. I try to catch errors as I type, but more than likely I will miss some things at this stage. The primary focus is plot and story. 

(Credit for Cover Placeholder: Artem Chebokha. Artstation)

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Ashes of Eternity

Ashes of Eternity
by J P Koenig
HIATUS
103 pages

An ancient conqueror awakens to find his galactic empire in ashes. A street rat discovers a core that changes everything.  A noble woman must fight for her place in her family and for her very survival. A Relic Hunter finds more to care about than just himself.  All of them are light years apart, but inexorably tied to the ulterior motives of those around them and a shared destiny. But the threats they face are many, and lurking deep in the outer rim of the galaxy, a threat capable of destroying everything is growing...

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Legend of the Crystal Borne: Wielders of Lightning

Legend of the Crystal (...)
by Nick Thompson
ONGOING
211 pages

   Blurb: In the aftermath of a devastating conflict between an empire and a coastal nation to the south, a king is killed before his subjects, a people are broken, and the only heir left to rally them is lost at sea. Years pass, the countryside burns as people known as Crystal Borne are hunted down like dogs and sent away. Meanwhile, a prince grows amongst whores, thieves, and renegades, and pirate gangs wage war for dominance in salted islands to the East. Will a prince discover his role in a story not of his choosing? Or will a Kingdom be doomed to crumble into the pages of history?

 

The Calendar
Month of Beginnings: 24 days
When all things start anew
Month of Song: 24 days
When birds fly, and sing their songs
Month of Heart: 24 days
When Man finds love before the Summer’s heat
Month of Rain: 24 days
When Galryn brings water to the land
Month of Sun: 24 days
When Solan’s hand does burn away the sin
Month of Harvest: 24 days
When Hileen blesses the crops of the field
Month of Storms: 24 days
When the god of no name fights for dominion of the sea
Month of Giving: 24 days
When man finds generosity before the Winter’s bite
Month of Cold: 23 days
When ice and darkness rule the land

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Highborn (The Stormforth Chronicles)

Highborn (The Stormforth (...)
by Jordan Stufflebeam
ONGOING
401 pages

Highborn, the Guardians of Alluvion, have vanished from Alluvion. Destin, though physically weak possesses that very power of the Highborns, yet this forgotten knowledge was kept secret until a vision of another Highborn lead him into a journey to restore that lost magic in world, reawakening this lost power.

Guided by the help of his dwarven friend Goddar and Highborn Master Gideon, they will oppose the High King of Arthemis to empower the rebellion and again bring order to the land. An inheritor of the lost power, Destin has hidden his secret his entire life in his bid to remain alive. While his secret may be safe inside the prison camp of Vertrock, there’s no guarantee he’ll keep his life much longer. Physically weak but determined to survive, he quietly plots his escape.

The High King of Arthemis will do everything in his power to bury the knowledge of the Highborn once and for all. With a rebellion on the rise, Destin and his friends will have to rise above the obstacles in their path to bring balance once more to a war torn land.

However, his potential unlocks with the key of his belief.

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Post Human

Post Human
by J P Koenig
COMPLETED
328 pages

What do you do when you find yourself the sole survivor of the complete destruction of Earth?  Nikola winds up in that position, disembodied in a half-built asteroid outpost, the last remnant and only hope of the human race.  Nikola exists now only in digital form, controlling drones and cameras to interact with the world.  But Nikola's memories are fractured, and there are endless obstacles between awakening as a glorified computer program and saving the species.  Is Nikola even human anymore?  Is it even possible to resurrect humanity?

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Song of Helheim: Homecoming

Song of Helheim: Homecoming
by Zachary Dugas
HIATUS
232 pages

Five years, five years spent in hell in the endless toil of a Kurtz labor camp.  It had broken most men, it would have broken him as well, if not for her…

 

When the opportunity to escape appeared they took it, and she followed him home, home to Helheim.  Home to a nation of industry, a nation wishing to leave behind the sorcery of the past and embrace the machines of the future.  

 

None of that matters to him, he only wants a safe place for her, a place where neither of them has to worry about the Kurtz empire or anyone else ever again.  In order to achieve this goal, he is willing to wade through rivers of blood, gunpowder, and sorcery if needs be.  

 

For not all homecomings are joyous...

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