Gennon Asche

Gennon Asche

Improvisation and Magic Don't Mix (A Progression Fantasy)

Improvisation and Magic (...)
by MusicMan
335 pages

Ya like jazz? Ya like adventure and fantasy and bards learning awesome magic? Well do I have something for you!

In a world where bardic magic can backfire and blow up, most bards stick to carefully practiced pieces to make sure they still have a throat and fingers.

Most, is not all.

Meet Theo, a singer in The Pub in Union City, who has never been good with practicing, and prefers to make things up on the spot. Let's see how long he can go without visiting a healer.


An interesting (yet still familiar) medieval fantasy setting

A vibrant magic system, with lots of interesting growth and progression

Human and imperfect characters who do their best

The Power of Friendship!

Sometimes chill vibes, sometimes exciting vibes, never bad vibes

A story that ultimately ends in a happy ending for most

Something that could be mistaken for wit

What this won't have:

Edgy MCs



Too many cliffhangers

Updating Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

[Oct 2021 Writathon Winner]

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Truth Seeker: A LitRPG Timeloop

Truth Seeker: A LitRPG (...)
by KrazeKode
497 pages

What was supposed to be a simple delivery ended up taking Jennifer through the depths of the dungeon. A trial of life and death left her with a mark seared on not just her body, but her very soul. If that wasn’t enough, when she escaped the dungeon, she found her city in flames, burning as monstrous invaders slaughtered everyone they came across. Including her.

When Jennifer closed her eyes, she was certain her life had taken an unfair and tragic turn. But then she opened them only to find none of it had ever happened.

The only proof she hadn’t gone mad, the mark on her hand, burning with an inner fire.


Note: This story is a first draft and a work in progress.

A random short prompt I wrote on the topic of time abilities which, now I'm writing more of. The story will be updated once every week.

A big thank you to Asviloka for making the cover. 

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by NoDragons
399 pages

A dead world. A dungeon core that brings rain and life.

A god of war that wants to rule over the ruins forever.


An eternal thank you to Vitaly S Alexius for the amazing cover.

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When Immortal Ascension Fails Time Travel to Try Again

When Immortal Ascension (...)
by DragonOfRochester
475 pages

What is my 1000-year-old monster self to do when I’ve failed my immortal ascension? Time travel — accidentally — and wind up back in my 9-year-old body, needing to re-cultivate, of course. But after that? Get REVENGE! Muahahahaha! 

But the idiot who killed me — also accidentally — was the main character of the dumb harem Xianxia I transmigrated into. But wait. Wasn’t he only 7 or 8 at this point in time? Well, since I can’t harm a child or the main character without suffering in some way, then I’ll just have to raise him better, faster, stronger, and loyal! Muahahahaha!

This is a Xianxia comedy and satire by the author of Cold Steel Dig and Tome of Stealth. But it is also a series of interconnected and chronological short stories (featuring the same main characters).

Updates Every Friday (11PM Pacific Standard Time at the latest). 

Find it on Top Web Fiction!

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Project G00

Project G00
by JeanDRacc
344 pages

|Nanopunk |Crafting | Detailed Science and experiments | Inner thoughts | Bio-Robots | Evolution | Infodumps | Tell not Show | Insane to Sane | Slow and Detailed Pace | Puddle to Unknown | Artificial Intelligence | Trans-humanism | Bad Jokes | Moving 'Dungeon' Core |  

Hi! I am G00.

I am a project made by some weirdo.

Some may refer to me as the wobbly thing in the fridge or the slimy thing in the ceiling. Others might tell you about that sticky thing inside your nose. In the end, they called me the Seed of Life, yet didn’t tell me what I was supposed to become.  

Furthermore, it just happens that this stage was the most miserable place to reincarnate...

Reincarnate as in… What the hell did I become?!


(Whispers) You are a puddle.

A puddle?

(Whispers) Yes. C’mon little guy, say your lines! You’re live right now!

Welcome to puddle-springs aka the afterlife of a puddle.



Eh? Why?! No edition or photoshop needed?!

We’re short on puddle-staff.

The camera is broken, I am broken, and you are broken.

Wait! How can a puddle be broken?

You are not a puddle, you are frozen yogurt.



Additional summary: 

Spoiler: Spoiler

Humanity has finally made the second step towards space.  Many developments were taking place at the time this happened. All of them accomplished thanks to nanotechnology. Inventions regarding Artificial Intelligence and nanorobotics created the opportunity, a way to terraform planets by sending nanorobots to space. Their orders? Colonizing and preparing the new worlds before humanity's arrival, aka terraforming.  Meet G00, a weird agglomeration of nanomachines. A bit stupid, but it's not because he was like that. The little guy... 'He' is really broken. The hardest start of a story is when language is oddly misunderstood, when you know nothing of the place you just arrived; when your companion is a buggy system, and when you have to repair yourself with whatever trash you can scavenge from your surroundings. All of this while you fight your worst enemy: potatoes? What will you do in an unfamiliar circumstance where nothing is what it seems and where you won't even understand the boring ramblings of a confused main character? Well, patience will... probably have a reward? 


Additional tags and disclaimers: 

Read before starting the story:

Harem: Not included for the moment, depends on characters added, votes by readers, and things that happen on the go.  

Magic: Far away chapters maybe... as part of high level or non-understandable things by science. 

Slice of life: Probably some parts will include it. 


Disclaimer #1: Crazy amount of content about high-tech info-dumps, slow pace, starts with biology and nanotechnology. Might have some weird jokes and puns. Game bugs are also possible. 

Disclaimer #2: No puddles were harmed during the making of this story. No character is real, no real puddle was used as part of the cast.  Character is stupid at the start on purpose but he will get beta and beta. All written content follows a logical approach no matter how stupid it appears to be, maybe… Because it’s just a raccoon splashing some cotton-candy over a puddle after it was thrown. Yup, a bully raccoon with rabies or so it seems.

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Doing God's Work

Doing God's Work
by Csuite
1.1k pages

The gods are real and incorporated. Providence is a profitable global monopoly.

But its chief executive is a corrupt authoritarian, the combined might of the divine powers is ignoring humanity’s problems, and Helpdesk service is, frankly, terrible. 

In this corporate fantasy, it’s up to history’s most maligned immortals to step up and sort things out.

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by Etzoli
352 pages

In the war-torn land of Cyraveil, four heroes strove to overthrow an empire. By cold steel and elemental sorcery, they brought peace to a warring land on the brink of destruction. As the flames died, the realm needed strong leadership, and who better than the champions who had saved the kingdom? But when the people sought out their saviors... they vanished.

Matt, Blake, Jen, and Carl: the four mysterious companions, who together had deposed an insane ruler and saved countless lives, were gone—spirited back in a whirlwind of magic to a sleepy suburb in Mellbridge, Oregon, never to return. The friends found themselves home in the real world, exactly as they'd been the night they were taken, as if no time had passed... except only three came back.




Hi there! This was my entry for National Novel Writing Month, because why only write one series at a time? The more the merrier! (meanwhile, my keyboard bursts into flames...)

I'm also the writer of The Last Science, an ongoing low-fantasy/speculative sci-fi series. If you're familiar with that, you know what to expect here: lots of character-focused drama and dialogue, not a whole lot of traditional action. However, I'm writing a bit differently than usual here, and in a very different structure, so there should be some surprises for returning readers. I hope you enjoy it!

 [Discord] — for those of you who want to hang out and chat.


Cover art (fullsize): Path of Revelation, by taenaron (Tobias Roetsch), modified by Etzoli. Normally I like to do my own cover art from scratch, but I was in a rush for the contest. Might be replaced down the line if I get time.

[winner of the NaNoWriMo Royal Road 2018 challenge—Most Favorites]

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