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book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

Meredith's plan had been simple. Fulfil Derek's wildest fantasy and make him hers. She was one of the best in Prestige gaming, a company who revolutionised AR, her work was phenomenal, and it was exactly the tool of seduction she needed. What she hadn't counted on was things spiralling out of control, glitches are appearing… Continue reading book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

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Book review: Jesse Wilson – Nightworld ( @Jesse_Wilson_ )

Derek was a gamer. The fact he preferred old-school consoles over the modern-day VR had never really bothered him. He hated the thought of being stuck inside a game, nothing could get him to change his mind. Nothing, except for his sister threatening to disclose his phobia to everyone. Her proposal was simple, one hour… Continue reading Book review: Jesse Wilson – Nightworld ( @Jesse_Wilson_ )

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Author interview: Bret Allen

It is a great pleasure to introduce author Bret Allen. Although this fine young man is a British author, one living almost in my own backyard for that matter, I was recommended his work by a friend of mine who now lives in America. As soon as I read the synopsis I knew his work was a… Continue reading Author interview: Bret Allen

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Game review: Tales of Zestiria

Good morning all. A few days back I finished playing Tales of Zestiria, since I post book revies, I suddenly though, why don't I post a game one too. I have been a fan of the Tales of series since Tales of Destiny, and have played every one. except Rebirth and Hearts. Although truth be told… Continue reading Game review: Tales of Zestiria