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how to deal with bogarts

Take a trigger warning: drugs
Make a snigger warning: pugs

TW: household abuse
SW: spouse sold for booze

TW: descent into addiction
SW: indecent fan fiction… 107 more words


The Twelve Chairs, by Ilya Ilf and Yevgeny Petrov

Almost ten years after the Russian Revolution, Ippolit Matveyevich Vorobryaninov has put his past as an aristocrat behind him. Unlike most of his class, he as managed to avoid the gulag or execution. 447 more words


The Gentleman, by Forrest Leo

Lionel Savage married for the worst reason: money. He was out of funds and, in order to continue his decadent lifestyle of reading and writing poetry, he needed a wife. 340 more words


#ComedyBookWeek Review: Shizzle Inc

So let’s kick of #ComedyBookWeek with my first review ‘Shizzle Inc’ by Ana Spoke.  Now available  for free (and I downloaded for free), here is my review: 452 more words


Skios by Michael Frayn Review - Sun, Sex and Scientometrics

So I’ve just finished Skios by Michael Frayn and it was about time for a good laugh. Skios is a farce set on the Greek island of Skios and while it adheres to many of the staples of farcical comedy, the writing style and description really set it apart from anything else I have read. 604 more words