What does it mean to escape? If you are to break free from your confines only to find yourself lost and alone in a strange world, have you really escaped? Within the broken walls of Zemlya, new alliances are formed as others are shattered. The rules are simple; those in power live. Those that fall … More The Zemlya Confederacy – Launched!
A member of the Katawa Shoujo forums asked me a quick question about publishing a book. The response ended up longer than anticipated so I thought I would share it here. If anyone has any questions or wants further advise, please let em know in the comments! First up I should note that I’ve only … More A brief publishing guide
I think I’ve spoken about my love of fiction before. I used to read voraciously in high school, but since getting a job and the like I’ve switched mostly to reading non-fiction. I tend to go overboard, and studying how to get better at my job seems to have taken over in recent history. I’ve … More Bringing out the feels
Some pointers on how to enjoy my books without the hassle of owning a Kindle. … More PSA: You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books
One of the most commonly asked questions that I get is about the possibility of a KS2. It’s usually teamed up with “Why don’t you allow mods?” or “How can I give you money?”. I’m not going to comment on the last two. My thoughts on these have been repeated a number of times. But … More The Logistics of KS2
So a few weeks ago I did a Skype interview with MacDaddyMatty, aka MattyD. He’s done a few recent reviews on Visual novels, and after doing his first KS one we somehow got in contact. I think it was on Reddit. I agreed to do a video, so if you want to see my chin … More Hanako Path review by MattyD
Since I’m not really sure how we did artbook downloads in the past, I’ve decided to host the most recent books here. If there is a bigger demand I’ll assemble the other artbooks and post them here for prosperity. You’ll find links to all of the artists within the posts below if you’d like to … More Artbook Downloads
I don’t think that it’s a secret that I work in the broadcasting industry. I spend a lot of time thinking about how video content is made, marketed, distributed and consumed. A lot of my time is spent trying to work out which particular “the end is nigh” complaints are true, and which can be … More TV Content is like Diamonds