If The Great Gatsby Were Narrated By Other Characters [Click for more]
Get a life, Nick.
How to Write Bestselling Erotic Fiction [Click for all your “How To” tips]
Erotic fiction is all the rage these days — and if you’re anything like me, your first response to this trend is, “No thanks,” and your second is, “But wait — can I cash in on that?!” Well, you are in luck! I am here to tell you that writing high-quality smut is as easy as I heard you were in high school. Tramp.
There are several important guidelines to follow when writing straight-up filthy filth for the masses. Keep these simple points in mind, and in no time at all you’ll be on board the gravy train that is the growing erotic fiction market. Just don’t think about the gravy too much. Let’s get started.
Everyone Is An Asshole [Click to finish]
It’s a lesson we all learn at some point in life.
Brace yourselves. Nerd Rage is coming.
Looking forward to the sequel, “Don’t Sit Down in the Parlor, Auntie, Them Fire Pokers Get Frisky.”
The Little Washtowel That Wasn’t Anthropomorphized [Click for more]
A children’s book for very literal children.
I Think My Roommate’s Novel Is About Me [Click for more]
The truth is stranger than fiction. And more passive aggressive.
Reading teaches you right and wrong, kids. Sometimes heavy on the latter.
Suitable for kids of all ages, as long as that age is over 18.
Bennigan’s Wake [Click for article]
James Joyce loves it (almost as much as Ruby Tulysses).