Impressions: Masters of Horror- Right to Die

So I am not going to lie – one of the interesting parts about going through this series for me has been the little bits of callbacks to big things that happened during the early 2000s. I talked about this with the Homecoming episode, which was very much in your face about it. Right to […]

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Weekly Announcements

Sorry everybody for these posts, but also… I need to be able to afford to eat. Anyway, a quick reminder of ways you can support me and my writing. I have launched a Fanhouse. Another timed (possibly exclusive) piece went live this week, an exploring post on skinwalkers. You can check out the exploring posts […]

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Impressions: Lone McLonegan

Lone McLonegan is a Western point-and-click adventure game developed by Sonomio Games and published by Flynn’s Arcade. I was incredibly interested in this game based on Western and Point and Click alone, but was also pleasantly surprised how much influence this game got from old school point and clicks. While a lot of point-and-click adventure […]

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Willow Farm Adventures: Year Three- Winter Week Two

Once again, week two of winter kicks off with the Festival of Ice. Unfortunately, we lost once again to Willy, which is kind of a bummer, but it was still fun. I like Festival of Ice even though it doesn’t change much from year to year, it has a nice feel to it. I also […]

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Impressions: Halloween Otome

Okay, so this is going to be a bit of an odd one… but I felt like a variety of different Halloween-related things for this month might be enjoyable. Halloween Otome is an older dating sim by Synokoria that is available through itch.io that uses a lot of what we are used to from dating […]

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Flash Fiction: Pressure

Content Warning: Body Horror I could feel it. I didn’t know what it was, but I could still feel it. A pressure building just below the surface in the back of my mouth. It seemed to be right under my gums. It wasn’t painful, but it was enough that I knew it was there. I […]

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The Hunter

It took me a while to realize that we were no longer near our parents. We had decided to go out to the desert for a family trip; it was something we did frequently enough. Both of my parents had been raised out in the country, and since we lived in the city, they made […]

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Weekly Annoucement

Sorry everybody for these posts, but also… I need to be able to afford to eat. Anyway, a quick reminder of ways you can support me and my writing. I have launched a Fanhouse. Our first round of timed content (and potentially exclusive) went live this week so check it out here. It is my […]

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