Inappropriately Human

I took a bit of a chance with Inappropriately Human, 21 Short Stories by Andrew Heaton and I am very glad that I did so. Short stories can be hit-and-miss... read more

The Silas Kane Scrolls

This was an entirely unexpected origin story. Like the Brandon Thighmaster tale, this is the origin story of Silas Kane, paladin of the Authors and Dragons podcast as played by... read more

Big Sneaky Barbarian

Big Sneaky Barbarian, written by Seth McDuffee, at times had me snort-laughing. Embarrassing to admit? Yes. Do I care? No, it was totally worth it. This was a low-stakes romp... read more

Deepwater Dungeon

I pre-ordered Deepwater Dungeon, written by Ryan Rimmel and Boe Hagen, on the strength of Rimmel's other series, "Noobtown", and am regretting my haste a little. Maybe that's where I... read more


Much like the earlier books in the series, (Re)Possessed (book 4 of the 24/7 Demon Mart series) kicks off and barely pauses for breath between one bonkers thing going awry... read more

Bound to End Badly

Bound to End Badly, written by R. L. Tiochta, is a superb example of dark romantic comedy. Set in Derby (UK), and follows Peter and Maze as they stumble through... read more


Monster is the second book by A. Lee Martinez I've purchased in a few months, and I suspect I'll have more in my collection before long. In the mood for... read more

Death Gets a Book

Death Gets a Book, written by Frank J Edler, is probably the weirdest book I've had the pleasure of listening to in a while. The story revolves around Vincent Death,... read more

Sex, Lies and the Bomb

Sex, Lies and the Bomb by Anthony Vincent Bruno left me speechless. Absolutely mind-blown by the end. After finishing this book, I looked through his other works and found them... read more

The Amateurs

While on my search for a new audiobook to listen to, I came across an oldie but goodie that I’ve read countless times – The Amateurs by John Niven. If... read more

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