What would you do if you woke up one day, couldn’t remember who you were, and had a whole new role in the universe? Oh, also you’re now attending a high school for grim reapers, and you’ve just made your first two friends.
With two love interests, four endings, and a soundtrack entirely comprised of Nine Inch Nails tracks, Psychopomp High is a cute, sincere addition to its genres, with a jagged little edge all its own.
Download link, content warnings, and further information: http://www.psychopomphigh.com/
I finally joined this decade, four years in, and made my two long-form zines available for Kindle. The formatting’s possibly a little weird, but let’s just say that adds to their zinely charm. Plus they’re $2.99 each so it’s not like you’re shelling out a fortune for ‘em. Click on the images to go through to their respective pages
I also did up a formatting job of the 1902 stage version of A Little Princess, because it’s close to impossible to find and one of the three versions available of my favourite story. The other two versions are included as appendices as well. You can click through on the image and pay .99 for a Kindle version, or there’s a slightly different pdf version available on my tumblr, here, for free, since it’s a public domain work and I’d feel skeevy otherwise.
Followers of my tumblr may also know that I’ve been publishing some erotica for Kindle under a pseudonym. I may wind up linking to it from this site in the future, but if you’re desperate to know in the meantime just drop me an email.
My Storenvy actually has stuff in it now! Some of it’s things I got as freebies from various places, some of it’s stuff from my own collection that I’m parting with for space and money reasons. Check it out!
I had the extremely exciting opportunity to write for the What Pumpkin comic Paradox Space! My story starts here and will run for the next four days.
I had a lousy day today and when I have lousy days I take silly pictures of myself, as seen here.
Also there’s a new interview with me up at Erindipity.
The audiobook of the first Wolf House novel, Origins and Overtures, is now available.