Once upon a time, Jeff wrote a book in one month. Now he plans to read it, chapter by chapter with commentary, for everyone to enjoy! He'll critique spelling and typos, identify gaping plot holes, and ridicule the awkward dialog he incorporated into this work of literature. Come along for the exciting journey into a fantasy world riddled with grammar errors!
I yawn my way through chapter 35 of Homecoming, a book I wrote in a month. Margaux has a relatively uninteresting conversation with her father before running around a poorly described fortress that apparently needs some basic signage. I mean, if we're talking about stone or rock walls, couldn't they just write on them with charcoal or chalk? It really doesn't seem like that'd be difficult, and it would make life easier for contractors who might only be working in the facility for a short period. Otherwise, you're printing maps for everyone, which would involve paper. Last time I checked, paper could be used for signs. Get it together, evil villains! I demand that my father replace some manual drafting equipment. Discussion questions end our somewhat dull episode.
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Offworlder and Bringing Balance are both available on Amazon as actual printed books or an eBooks for your Amazon Kindle:
Don't worry! All versions have all the typos, spelling errors, and sentence fragments one would expect from a hastily written book!