Chronicles of a Fallen Matriarch

Chronicles of a Fallen (...)
by elenaV
592 pages

With trouble as her only constant bedmate, the only aim, after being exiled, was to spend her life in peace and relative obscurity. A chance encounter brought back memories of her lost love. The more she pursued her lost love, the more question she faced and the people who were close to her are not what they appear to be.

Even in exile, her constant bedmate would not stop. Now, being hunted, embroiled in an age-old conspiracy, torn apart by various factions, how is a lone drow to survive? Of course, by doing what she did best, raising an army. For the dark-elf Matrons have a nasty habit of not staying down when knocked. They rise up again and come back with fury.

===== Series Info=======

The world-building is a combination of DnD, Pathfinder and Elderscrolls. Though I prefer to take a few liberties if possible.

The yuri/GL Is an extremely slow burn one and the focus is more on the relationship dynamics than romance. 

=====Author Notes=====

This is my first writing attempt, and in the spirit of full disclosure, I am not a native English speaker and I am hoping to use this chance to improve my writing.

Constructive criticisms are always welcome.

I have a full-time job but I would try to keep the releases consistent.

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by MarcieTheVillain
289 pages

Second-life can be Hell.

EJ, a young and dead secretary, struggles to find her place amidst the turmoil of an unforgiving dystopia. Romance, intrigue, strife, and the violence of modern life all take their toll on the ghoulish debutante as she tries her best to stay sane and safe. Tensions are high and climbing by the second within her home city of Vitus, and all she can do is try to stay afloat. Between finding peace with her own unlife and the attentions of the city's denizens, can she avoid being drowned in the rising tide?

A dark romantic thriller for mature audiences. Enjoy responsibly.

Updates come out on Fridays, at 8:00 PM CST, for that authentic nighttime feeling. 

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by Beatrice
388 pages

Demadara. A former slave, turned thief, turned apprentice, reaches out for the power to attain freedom absolute.

Ellyrie. A Sky Ship captain with a burdening lineage toes the line between duty and humanity. 

And Serafin. A Guardian of highest truth, order and faith, wades through the rivers of death to deliver the destiny of her people.

Their steps shake the foundation of the empire humanity has been struggling to build, surrounded by the inhuman, the idols and the ancient gods at the end of the world.

 For Ruin, Deliverance, or Triumph. No matter the outcome, Rightheousness prevails.

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Serenity of the Crow

Serenity of the Crow
by Niame
202 pages

Fena can’t die. To most, this might be considered a blessing. To others, a curse. Fena doesn’t really care what other people call it: for her, it’s reality. She’s content to keep her head down while working for the Mercenary Guild, but a new contract arrives that threatens to drag her back to a past she wants nothing to do with. Haunted by her own thoughts and a crow that never seems to shut up, Fena is caught between confronting her past and preventing it from ever happening again. 

Indigo is alone. Her adopted mother is gone, and the witch that never gets her pronouns right is currently the most popular researcher at the Royal Academy. Worse still, she suddenly finds herself with shoes to fill that are so enormous they’re more like a swimming pool, while that same witch flaunts a research project that could get them all killed. With the expectations of her entire sect weighing on her like a lead weight, will Indigo sink or swim? Can she stop the White Witch’s project before it’s too late? Or will the twisted politics of the Royal Academy prove too much? 

This is my first published story, so hopefully it goes well! I welcome constructive criticism, and I'd love to hear your thoughts and theories about where the story is headed!

This story contains references to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, self-harm, sexual abuse and manipulation. I WILL mark trigger warnings on the chapters that contain such content, but read at your own risk. Additionally there will be plenty of violence and gore but I promise to put it to good use. 

This series is also published on Scribblehub under the same name, Cover art by me

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The Ogre's Pendant & The Rat in the Pit (Completed)

The Ogre's Pendant & (...)
by Traitorman (JM Clarke)
534 pages

The land is conquered.


A thief and a demon killer run afoul of its new overlord and the wizard that serves him. Now the wizard seeks his life's ambition, an artifact that will make his word law. Hearing this, the demon killer and thief begin to have ambitions of their own. The race is on for who will reach the artifact first, and an entire barbarian horde is in the running.


Yet the prize lies within the Forest of Giants, grown from the corpse of an empire. 


There are tales of things that stalk the trees. Tales of those that hunger endlessly. Tales of those that feast on human flesh.


Tales of ogres.


A Sword and Sorcery story of high adventure.



All stories and characters - including The Ogre's Pendant and The Rat in the Pit - written by Traitorman are created by and are the intellectual property of J.M. Clarke

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The Prince of Cats

The Prince of Cats
by Quill
254 pages

To stay alive, Jawad must succeed where all others have failed: he must catch the Prince of Cats. More legend than man, the Prince is draped in rumours. He can steal the silver teeth from your mouth in the blink of a smile. He is a ghost to walls and vaults, he laughs at locks, and Jawad must capture him before powerful people lose their patience and send the young rogue to the scaffold.

Ever the opportunist, Jawad begins his hunt while carrying out his own schemes. He pits the factions of the city against each other, lining his own pockets in the process and using the Prince as a scapegoat. This is made easy as nobody knows when or where the Prince will strike, or even why.

As plots collide, Jawad finds himself pressured from all sides. Aristocrats, cutthroats, and the Prince himself is breathing down his neck. Unless Jawad wants a knife in his back or an appointment with the executioner, he must answer three questions: Who is the Prince of Cats, what is his true purpose, and how can he be stopped?

The Prince of Cats is set in the same world as my other fiction, The Eagle's Flight, but the two stories are not connected. The full story has been uploaded. Information and a map of the city can be found here.

There is also an interactive storybook app inspired by The Prince of Cats. The full story can be played for free. Download for Android or for iPhone.

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