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  • Dead Man’s Deal features Gage Powell, a wizard—no, a warlock. He explains, in snippets throughout the book, how he came to be the man he is and how he came […]

    Dead Man’s Deal (The Asylum Tales #2) Book Review

    Dead Man’s Deal features Gage Powell, a wizard—no, a warlock. He explains, in snippets throughout the book, how he came to be the man he is and how he came […]

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  • Though we typically focus on game and entertainment news here on BrainLazy, we are always interested in expanding our b0undaries. With PAX East right around the corner, we thought it […]

    Dreams And Shadows (Book Review)

    Though we typically focus on game and entertainment news here on BrainLazy, we are always interested in expanding our b0undaries. With PAX East right around the corner, we thought it […]

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  • Happy Thanksgiving. I thought I'd take this moment to tell all of you folks about a service I'm very thankful for indeed. But first, a little groundwork. You see, I write. Regular readers of the site may have noticed this. Most of what you get to see here falls into the categories of "pointless rhetoric" and "thorough review", with a dash of good ol' PR work here and there. What you may not know is that occasionally the urge strikes to write something a little more substantial. Something with a plot. The sort of thing that industry professionals might call "long-form prose" and what the rest of us would call "a book".

    Spreading the Word About Smashwords

    Happy Thanksgiving. I thought I'd take this moment to tell all of you folks about a service I'm very thankful for indeed. But first, a little groundwork. You see, I write. Regular readers of the site may have noticed this. Most of what you get to see here falls into the categories of "pointless rhetoric" and "thorough review", with a dash of good ol' PR work here and there. What you may not know is that occasionally the urge strikes to write something a little more substantial. Something with a plot. The sort of thing that industry professionals might call "long-form prose" and what the rest of us would call "a book".

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