March Book Haul!
I originally said that I wasn’t going to buy ANY book in March.
Apparently I lied.
I have a decent excuse though…
I bought Divergent last month and once I finished it I HAD to keep reading the series so I bought Insurgent…and then…once I finished Insurgent I HAD to go and buy Allegiant.
As for the other books…they’re not so easy to excuse; I went to a second-hand book store with a friend one day and I just couldn’t help myself.
Okay, okay, I know. I did a terrible job of sticking to my “No Books” rule for March.
I may have broken my own rule but at least I didn’t spend too much money, which was kind of the point of the rule in the first place.
Now, would you like to know a little bit more about why I bought these books this…
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I’ve been reading a lot of Charles Bukowski lately, and his novels are filled to the brim with crude prose and detailed debauchery. He does not shy away from graphic language in his writing, which, in a way, has inspired me to post the first sexual affair I’ve written for Aristeia: A Dance with Fate.
The language is graphic and there is no romance, but I had to tell it like it is. I present to you, Hauptmann Wadel and the Whore:
It was round two for Hauptmann Wadel, and his piggish grunts were growing more animalistic upon each thrust. Sweat poured from his head down to his body, greasing his stomach and his erection. He slid back and forth on the whore’s hind side and the belt that was fastened around his neck and tied to the bed post rubbed loosely against his skin. It gradually tightened around his neck…
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Okeniyi will play a Steve Jobs-type genius named Danny Dyson, who figures heavily into the conclusion of the film, reports Deadline.com. He is also the son of the brainiac cyborg developer Miles Dyson, played by Joe Morton in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” Young Dyson holds the key to technology development that makes Skynet possible.
The first film gets underway shortly in Louisiana.
The film has a July 1, 2015 release date.
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TDMD is a web series for gamers, by gamers.
Matthew Snyman’s zombie apocalypse was released to the internet on Daily Motion. My main responsibilities as a crew member included; sound capture, fight choreography, being fed by Matt, voice-over and a few cameo appearances as various zombie artists.
Acting as various zombie artists is so fun I didn’t even mind getting naked for one of them!
So here are some behind the scenes shots from my archive…
You can click on this link to be taken to Matt’s site and…
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