I'm just the local sceptic who likes to write stories, poetry and philosophy in their spare time. I'm a little bit sardonic but I've been told I'm friendly enough so feel free to message me if you ever want to.

Im also happy to do reads and critiques if anybody likes.

The Cynic's Coffeehouse is being edited currently and I plan to have it out either on halloween or Christmas because it's a lot of editing and plot work.

A short story will be released whenever The Cynic's Coffeehouse is released. It's related and features a dystopia of knowledge and intellectual colonialism.

My short story and poetry compilition will be released once I've edited thirty or so pieces.

To the one person whom reads The Weeping Hackle, I'll finish it one day. I promise.


'Pity was what people felt when they knew they should feel guilt but liked a situation or society as it was, usually because it benefitted them. Guilt was what people felt when despite it being illogical, they blamed themselves and felt responsible for an occurrence yet weren't in a position to stop it. Guilt was what you felt for a fellow human being. Guilt made you want to help and pity made you sad momentarily.' Edmund, The Cynic's Coffeehouse.
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soporificabsurdist soporificabsurdist Aug 08, 2017 01:39PM
To Whomever it may concern -I'm glad to say I've finished the first draft of The Cynic's Coffeehouse; meaning I will be unpublishing it later to begin editing - I haven't decided yet when I will be...
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