Boss Orange

23 Apr 19
A Lesson in Patience

The party gets started on Argus with their new member.

23 Apr 19
Gay Book Reviews

Title: Coming Up for Air Author: Amanda Meuwissen Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Release Date: April 30th, 2019 Genre(s): Romance, Fantasy Page Count: 200 Reviewed by: Kirstin Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5 Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Blurb: It’s not easy being someone’s fairy tale. Leigh Hurley is making a name for himself among […]

23 Apr 19
Wahine Wanderlust

  I’ve been thinking about death these past months. It doesn’t have anything to do with the desire to end my life. It’s more of me, reflecting on how much time we have here on Earth. It still freaks me out that it is something we have absolutely no control over. Thoughts on Death Tomorrow […]

22 Apr 19
Holly Raynes-Elliott

I think television can be underestimated in its ability to impact. Films are usually assumed to contain the life-changing narratives, but I have genuinely found refuge in some female characters I’ve watched on the small screen. They’ve made me feel safe, sane and represented. They’ve taught me lessons and made me feel deeply – far […]

22 Apr 19
JustAnotherGamer

I’ve tried to avoid major spoilers in this review. However, there might be a few minor spoilers like visual ones, environmental spoilers and a few character reveals. So if you wanna go in completely clean then bookmark this page so you can come back and read once you’ve beaten the game. Most story spoilers and […]

22 Apr 19
MysteryTribune

Short fiction by Alex Z. Salinas has appeared in Every Day Fiction, Zero Flash, 101 Words and Mystery Tribune (see Wrong Order). He lives in San Antonio, TX. ***** “I appreciate that,” said Simpatico Allan Lima—Sal—to Tim Warner, who was holding open the elevator door. “My pleasure, sir,” Tim Warner said. Class act, thought Sal. I […]

22 Apr 19
Tom Hoffarth's The Drill: More Farther Off the Wall

With all the dollars and sentiments expended each year on the newest shipment of Yankees-related and rebranded baseball books, how does one make educated purchases? If you live in New York, apparently you buy ’em up. In Southern California, it’s a cluster mess. We liken it to walking into a Yankee Candle store. The nose […]

22 Apr 19
Nora's Fiction

CHAPTER ONE  I live by the harbour in a little town in the north of Scotland.  I wont tell you nothing ever happens here, but up until recently I truly believed that it didn’t.  People round here go to work in nearby cities in the oil industry or in town at the big pharmaceutical factory. […]

22 Apr 19
The Beacon

There are some people who get real sentimental about Earth being their “home world.” Kids with big eyes wander past the shop and I just know that they’ve been sitting in Martian Colony IV their whole lives writing bad poetry about unfiltered air and natural greenery. A little wisdom from me to you, as someone […]

22 Apr 19

  At the gas station, I wanted to disappear. A ghost made of tissue paper twisted from a tree branch. There wasn’t any wind, just normal air. It smelled like springtime, but it was October. A man fell over on the sidewalk. He caused such a mess, it appeared eggs had fallen out of his […]

22 Apr 19
Java and Jeans

      Hey guys! Happy on time Monday! The first in…. well, a while. I’ve been getting the same ol’ subscription boxes for the last couple of months, but for whatever reason I haven’t been writing on them. What can I say other than I dropped the ball. This post is a special farewell…

Unboxing; Yes Oh Yas! One Last Shot! was originally published on Java and Jeans