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!
Margaux navigates some incomprehensible hallways and Jeff forgets to release the episode until just now
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Henry plays in the sand and Jeff drinks on a weekday
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Margaux gets in her active minutes and Jeff yawns a lot.
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Henry busts some unsuspecting heads and Jeff badmouths alcoholic seltzers despite never actually tasting one
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Margaux zones out during a prison break and Jeff swears his hoarse voice is only due to screaming
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Henry meets a new character finally and Jeff brags that he can take someone in a fight
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Leonid gets physical and Jeff gets confused
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Henry gets lost in a nondescript fortress and Jeff explains how he classifies his pants
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Margaux is unimpressed with Leonid's discovery and Jeff is unimpressed with mall kiosks
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Henry has a surprise in his pocket and Jeff releases this episode on literally the latest possible day.
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Want to follow along?
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!