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Deathbed #2 (May 2018)

Deathbed still has pacing issues. Williamson does a lot better without exposition on the girl. The first issue pretended she was the protagonist. This issue reveals she’s the sidekick. 189 more words


Deathbed #1 (April 2018)

I’ve been reading indie books so long I forgot what Vertigo pacing feels like. Besides the pacing, Deathbed actually doesn’t feel too much like a “Vertigo book.” Sure, the witty, buxom female protagonist feels like a Vertigo book–oh, no, am I going to regret saying it didn’t feel like a Vertigo book–but the subject of the book doesn’t feel like a Vertigo “hero.” 231 more words



It’s taken a whole lifetime

to become the ‘me’ I am,

the problem is, it isn’t me

it’s all just been a sham.

So when I’m on my deathbed… 20 more words


10 o'clock list: Things that are confusing my flu-ridden fever brain

Hello! I have a Big Flu. I thought I would make it out of this germy cesspool unscathed. Instead I am reconciling with the fact that the flu vaccine was only, like, thirty percent effective this year and that Knox County has transformed into a plague-ridden apocalyptic death zone. 172 more words


on his deathbed

on his deathbed, I stare from afar and wept.

sometimes when death knocks on the door of someone we love, we swiftly answer it and shoo it away. 340 more words

Hamilpuff Talks

In the end- I was never

To be on your deathbed

and say: I never needed

anyone. All I brought

into the world was my own

my hands, my feet,

my lungs my voice and… 158 more words

Do not Depend on Things or Persons Other Than You

There are a lot of people who don’t believe in themselves. They assume that they aren’t good enough, depending on others or religions, trying to escape from reality. 424 more words