The Dreams Of The Waiting Prince

Now this morning I woke to find the doors to the Palace had been opened, for the period of solitude was to begin, the date having been set for my Lord’s ascension to the throne. Here in his solitude, only upon his rising in the morning shall he speak, so as to recount to me his dreams of the night before.

Now to me did my Lord hand this pen, and the scrolls upon which I am to write, and though he was not yet permitted to speak, he said to me, “My dear Scribe, last night as I slept, I dreamt. And as I dreamt, I slept.” And then he took to the chambers of his solitude for a moment of rest, and lay down there to sleep…

The Dreams Of The Waiting Prince, Before The Occasion Of His Ascension, During The Period Of His Seclusion, In The High Palace Of Eternal Solitude, Above The Clouds Of The Empire’s Reality, Beneath The Many Moons Of The Empire’s Imagination is the story of a lifetime and the history of an empire told entirely in dreams.

Written by David Guy, and with illustrations and artwork by Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900-1930) and Frances MacDonald (1873-1921), it is available to buy in a beautiful, fully illustrated, pocket book edition.

Product Details:

Title: The Dreams Of The Waiting Prince
Price: £6.99/$12.99 (plus postage)
Pages: 112
Binding: Paperback
Illustrations: 12 (b&w)
Dimensions: Pocket Book (4.25×6.875in / 108x175mm)
Paper Quality: 80gsm

A PDF/ebook version is also available (with full colour illustrations) for free/pay what you want.

The One Hundred And Fifty Dreams Of The Waiting Prince

The First DreamThe Second DreamThe Third DreamThe Fourth DreamThe Fifth DreamThe Sixth DreamThe Seventh DreamThe Eighth DreamThe Ninth DreamThe Tenth DreamThe Eleventh DreamThe Twelfth DreamThe Thirteenth DreamThe Fourteenth DreamThe Fifteenth DreamThe Sixteenth DreamThe Seventeenth DreamThe Eighteenth DreamThe Nineteenth DreamThe Twentieth DreamThe Twenty First DreamThe Twenty Second DreamThe Twenty Third DreamThe Twenty Fourth DreamThe Twenty Fifth DreamThe Twenty Sixth DreamThe Twenty Seventh DreamThe Twenty Eighth DreamThe Twenty Ninth DreamThe Thirtieth DreamThe Thirty First DreamThe Thirty Second DreamThe Thirty Third DreamThe Thirty Fourth DreamThe Thirty Fifth DreamThe Thirty Sixth DreamThe Thirty Seventh DreamThe Thirty Eighth DreamThe Thirty Ninth DreamThe Fortieth DreamThe Forty First DreamThe Forty Second DreamThe Forty Third DreamThe Forty Fourth DreamThe Forty Fifth DreamThe Forty Sixth DreamThe Forty Seventh DreamThe Forty Eighth DreamThe Forty Ninth DreamThe Fiftieth DreamThe Fifty First DreamThe Fifty Second DreamThe Fifty Third DreamThe Fifty Fourth DreamThe Fifty Fifth DreamThe Fifty Sixth DreamThe Fifty Seventh DreamThe Fifty Eighth DreamThe Fifty Ninth DreamThe Sixtieth DreamThe Sixty First DreamThe Sixty Second DreamThe Sixty Third DreamThe Sixty Fourth DreamThe Sixty Fifth DreamThe Sixty Sixth DreamThe Sixty Seventh DreamThe Sixty Eighth DreamThe Sixty Ninth DreamThe Seventieth DreamThe Seventy First DreamThe Seventy Second DreamThe Seventy Third DreamThe Seventy Fourth DreamThe Seventy Fifth DreamThe Seventy Sixth DreamThe Seventy Seventh DreamThe Seventy Eighth DreamThe Seventy Ninth DreamThe Eightieth DreamThe Eighty First DreamThe Eighty Second DreamThe Eighty Third DreamThe Eighty Fourth DreamThe Eighty Fifth DreamThe Eighty Sixth DreamThe Eighty Seventh DreamThe Eighty Eighth DreamThe Eighty Ninth DreamThe Ninetieth DreamThe Ninety First DreamThe Ninety Second DreamThe Ninety Third DreamThe Ninety Fourth DreamThe Ninety Fifth DreamThe Ninety Sixth DreamThe Ninety Seventh DreamThe Ninety Eighth DreamThe Ninety Ninth DreamThe Hundredth DreamThe Hundred And First DreamThe Hundred And Second DreamThe Hundred And Third DreamThe Hundred And Fourth DreamThe Hundred And Fifth DreamThe Hundred And Sixth DreamThe Hundred And Seventh DreamThe Hundred And Eighth DreamThe Hundred And Ninth DreamThe Hundred And Tenth DreamThe Hundred And Eleventh DreamThe Hundred And Twelfth DreamThe Hundred And Thirteenth DreamThe Hundred And Fourteenth DreamThe Hundred And Fifteenth DreamThe Hundred And Sixteenth DreamThe Hundred And Seventeenth DreamThe Hundred And Eighteenth DreamThe Hundred And Nineteenth DreamThe Hundred And Twentieth DreamThe Hundred And Twenty First DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Second DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Third DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Fourth DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Fifth DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Sixth DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Seventh DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Eighth DreamThe Hundred And Twenty Ninth DreamThe Hundred And Thirtieth DreamThe Hundred And Thirty First DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Second DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Third DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Fourth DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Fifth DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Sixth DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Seventh DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Eighth DreamThe Hundred And Thirty Ninth DreamThe Hundred And Fortieth DreamThe Hundred And Forty First DreamThe Hundred And Forty Second DreamThe Hundred And Forty Third DreamThe Hundred And Forty Fourth DreamThe Hundred And Forty Fifth DreamThe Hundred And Forty Sixth DreamThe Hundred And Forty Seventh DreamThe Hundred And Forty Eighth DreamThe Hundred And Forty Ninth DreamThe Hundred And Fiftieth Dream

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Female Kill Machine 2

Female Kill Machine 2 is the lightning-paced absurdist quantum explosion of ever-escalating cyberpunk insanity and hyperviolence sequel to the lightning-paced absurdist quantum explosion of ever-escalating cyberpunk insanity and hyperviolence original (Female Kill Machine 1).

“Time moves at the speed of thought. So while the short few months since the astonishing culmination of María and María’s last adventure lasted exactly that for the rest of the world, they were the equivalent of millennia in the minds of the two Female Kill Machines. Yet for the remaining decillionaires of this world and beyond, it was like the complete and utter annihilation of Xandy Mandelbrot had only happened mere hours before. And now they wanted their explosive neverending revenge.”

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1. Female Kill Machine 2 was written between July and September, 2022
2. Female Kill Machine 1 is available here.
3. If you haven’t read that yet.
4. You should because it’s good.

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Female Kill Machine (slight edit edition)

For reasons unrelated to anything but my own diligence and professionalism (and also the only review of this on goodreads being 90% about the typos made me feel all self-conscious), here is a slightly updated version of last year’s smash hit super sensation of the literary world, Female Kill Machine, which is still, I’m afraid to say, an ultraviolent cyberpunk atrocity of a novel.

Available now on Amazon (£2.99, or free on kindle unlimited) and Ko-Fi (pay what you want).

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Vexigram – something that resembles a word but contains no meaningful idea or any possible use, especially those which do so in a particularly irritating way

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Autumnal
Lexigram #2: Autumnal

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5. And buy as many as you wish.

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