Tag Archives: horror

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The Drifter: and other short stories, by Robert Scott-Norton (17:34)

Today we see that invented or foreign prose that is close to English needs to be lampshaded or it feels like an error.

Threw Lake and other short stories, by Les Bill Gates (3:15)

Today we see that a single paragraph can unravel a page’s worth of reader interest.

Thirteen, by Jonny Newell (2:33)

Today we see that changing the meaning of your punctuation in mid-sentence is a recipe for a shipwreck. What I gleaned about the stories: The Devil may have gone down to Georgia, but…

To Live is to Fight, by Amber Frost (0:52)

Today we see that leaving out a key fact can produce an disruptively amusing image.

Get Out of My Head: Ninth Anniversary Edition, by William Coker (2:02)

Today we see that ebooks converted from print really do require different considerations.