I have found many great books and writers recently:

- Karin Tidbeck: Amatka (novel) and Jagannath (short stories) is awesome. Long time I didn't read something like that, fantastic and full of weirdness.

- Borges: I know he is a famous :) But I've never find a chance to read his books. I really liked his short stories.

- Gustav Meyrink: I was looking for old weird ficton novels and I can say Golem is a gem.

- Stefan Grabinski: If you like Poe and trains, The Motion Demon is for you :)

While summer is slowly comming to end, things are getting calm and settling again. Most problems in my job solved and I'm really grateful about that. I hope my silence in here will end too :)

When I heart 2nd Edition, I felt disappointed. I don't know why but I should think Pathfinder will be same until end of the time :)

And I'm reading new rules now. It's going really well. I really liked the way it evolved. I hope I won't see it was a mistake :) Did anyone try new rules on a table?

For the first time my story published on new and important speculative fiction platform in my native language. I'm very happy and proud :)

It's distopian weird fiction about a society that started to hang people and stuck a first day of hangs that cause to destroy people and go insane day by day.

Long chitchat :) 

Long chitchat :) 

It has been a while!​ And a few books... 😀​

Tapestry of Dark Souls by Elaine Bergstrom: I really like Ravenloft books and this one's ambient, character development were really good. Plus I visited good old times of Wizards' books 🙂​ I haven't read them for a while.

Very Far Away from Anywhere Else by Ursula K. Le Guin: Very naive, amazing Le Guin.

I read Wheel of Time books now. Currently 12th. I believe I'll finish the serie this time. And keep reading Georges Perec and Roland Barthes.

I've finished all books of (3+3) recently. Does anyone know when will other books published? :D

Right now I'm reading two books: Life: A User Manuel by Georges Perec (My all time favourite writer) and Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer (Amazing writing tips. This is my second round).

And playing again after many years. I realized I missed this game :) But it's sad to hear Anet has some issues.

Storyshop.io has a new look now. It was a good writing suit (even the free version), but I didn't like very much before. I'll give it a shot again.

Wow! Alita: Battle Angel is a great movie!

Have you ever tried to combine tabletop pen&paper rpg games with pbp games? Like investigating on pbp and playing rest of the game on voice chat or face to face.

It's sad to see no one in the group could find time to play even an online ttrpg session. We are getting old :)

Do you know any ttrpgs like (invisiblesunrpg.com)? As a surreal fantasy game with a modern setting, it really catchs my attention, but price is more than I can afford. I think will be similar, but it has super hero influences which it isn't what I'm looking for. If you tell me its setting is playable without being a super hero, it works too :)

A little bit weird story, cosmic horror 

I've never tried to translate my short stories to English. Possibly I'll see I don't have enough skills to do that, but I want to try :) If it looks good to you and want to read, I can keep translating. If you don't, I'm open to criticism.

Title and first two paragraphs are in second post.

When I feel melancholic I want to read Gormenghast again which I read first time when I was a child. Do you have this kind of books?

Maybe it's early for many of you, but I'm in 2019. So...

Happy new year to everyone!


I'm asking something about keyboards 

I The Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson. After first trilogy (I have really enjoyed it) wanted to read but scared to see it doesn't good as I hope.

It's really good and I like the new characters :) Really good reading.

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