I read the first two volumes of this 13 part series before my Kindle Unlimited subscription ran out for now, but I am looking forward to reading more in the future when I can. Private investigator Kaiser Wrench finds himself gig to gig, relentlessly chasing his next suspect, often landing himself in situations he’s lucky … Continue reading Spotlight: Kaiser Wrench (Poached Parody series) by Stacey Bender
This was the one book from the Pride bundle on Storybundle.com a month or two ago that resonated with me the most. So I’m writing about it here. A beautiful epic fantasy transgender allegory in 100 pages. DeNiro is incredible at writing beautiful, evocative imagery. I certainly feel as if they are a thousand steps … Continue reading Spotlight: City of a Thousand Feelings by Anya Johanna DeNiro
Note: The writer of this article was given a free copy of this ebook by the author himself. This is seemingly a semi-autobiographical parody of a hobbyist writer trying to write books and the millions of distractions life throws at one while doing so. Making a living owning a farm, and taking care of chickens … Continue reading Review: Gnarl Writes a Book: Sort of… by Shaun McGrath
This review is for the audiobook version of Restless Town by Madison-Scott Clary. She had been generous enough to briefly give it away for free on her web store, and I felt I should give it a listen, despite me owning it in physical book format already. Madison (sometimes going under the alias, Makyo) has … Continue reading Restless Town by Madison Scott Clary (Audiobook)
Eleven years following. No desire to go back. The songs don’t do as much as they did. Can barely handle sound as it is Thought of a mass gathering, post-calamity brings anxiousness. “Come with us, we’ll set you free” the redhead preached into the megaphone. The great American road trip. I disassociate as I walk … Continue reading Off the Bus.
This is a tiny update unfortunately, but I hope to start doing actual reviews soon. This is the second Goal Publications “Pocket Shot” book that I have read. I am not sponsored by the publisher in any way or form to write this post. A pocket-sized 46 page read I read while waiting on a … Continue reading Todays Read: Melody of a Street Corner by Sean Rivercritic
Sorry, my new job has been crazy, alongside my language study and writing projects. I’ve been trying to read literature within the furry fandom in my spare time. I have a couple short stories that I have been brewing. Hope you can read them soon. I read the pocket sized short story Lunar Cavity by … Continue reading What I have been up to
A search for familiar souls in Second Life led me to it’s longest operating venue, The Merry Prankster, a Deadhead themed venue. While trying to find similar interests in the middle of this crisis, it’s been pretty painful for a fan of live music. I went to seek out the kind of crowd I am … Continue reading The Merry Prankster
Credit, picture above taken by Morei (Furry Rage) Being back on Second Life for the last month, after years of being away from this game, it feels as if I never left this circus. People are more socially aware yes, but there are still a lot of old internet relics that are still here. Things … Continue reading Bay City: Where the Sidewalk Ends
In this blog I will be writing about my experiences and thoughts while re-experiencing Second Life. I first entered Second Life in October 2007, at the time I was in the Teen Grid. I was 13 years old. Now that I’m back my first thoughts were honestly that the world was a lot more socially … Continue reading Hi, I’m Zep.
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