• Reviews

    The Horrifying Truth Behind Jamie Hawke

    I’m sure many of you are familiar with author Jamie Hawke – he’s an indie author who is adept at crocheting light science fiction stories with unique superhero characters and racy erotic content via his Supers: Ex franchise. He’s also…

  • Anime,  Reviews

    Anime Discussion: Doreiku

    Last year, an anime show titled Dorei-ku: Boku to 23-nin no Dorei aired on Japanese television; the streaming rights were later acquired by Sentai Films and as a result it can be watched on VRV in English. This show is…

  • Reviews

    Review: Dark Magician as a Hero

    Sol Press USA, under its “Panty Press” publishing line, announced what it claimed to be the first “h-novel” to ever have an official English release: “Busy Wizard: This Warlock Just Wants to Provide for his Wives!” The voracity of this…

  • Reviews

    Review: Six Sacred Swords

    I don’t feel it’s fair to consider Andrew Rowe an Indie Author; after all, he has a remarkable number of credits to his name between work with Blizzard Entertainment and the highly acclaimed Shades of Venaya LARP. And yet, until…

  • Reviews

    The Curse of Amazon Audible

    This year wasn’t just the year I read the most books, it was also the year I listened to the most audio books. Most of these I read through Amazon’s Audible program, as it handles a lot of professional audiobooks…

  • Reviews

    Review: Days of Old Works qar***

    Note: the link above is an affiliate link. If you were to make a purchase from it, I would in theory receive a kickback or commission. I prefer to keep things positive on this blog. It isn’t easy, of course,…

  • Reviews

    Review – The Kimochi Warui Diary

    Note: the above link is an affiliate link; if you make a purchase from it, there’s a chance I’ll get some sort of kickback. For what seems like the longest time, I’ve found myself struggling to sit down and read…