Interview with Shelly Morgan

Shelly Morgan (She/Her) is a queer artist, eccentric creator, and mad scientist. I asked her about herself and her content, as well as content she’s been enjoying recently. You can check out Shelly Morgan at the links at the end of the interview.

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Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 4

Backed on Kickstarter disclosure!

Read my thoughts on previous parts of the book.

Warnings for this section:

  • Claudine: Manipulation.
  • Aftermath: Depression, loss of a loved one, mental illness (general).
  • Whispers of Autumn: Loss of a loved one.
  • Lost and Found: Loss of a loved one, medication use, mental illness (general).

Beware of spoilers, all who enter here!

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Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter IX

Quotes from Chapter IX: Into the Fen of Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling. Be sure to catch the rest of the book’s highlights if you haven’t already.

I’ve also got a pexels collection where you can check out all the photos (and more) that I’ve gathered for this chapter’s moodboard.

Page numbers listed herein may not match the page numbers in yours.

CN: blood and death.

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Boy Bride of the Gold Cleaver

CN: Death (mentioned).


Dreams guided Gold Cleaver beneath an ocean. Flatfish rolled through the rocky sand by his bare feet. Gargoyles, mangroves, triggers, and puffers gleamed like his father’s gems. A hammerhead snaked behind him. Gold Cleaver paid it no mind, unafraid.

There was a time when he’d wake instantly after learning where he was: the depths in which he’d died. His heart a war drum and his breath a bugle. But now he found solace amidst the fear, wearing it as magnificently as he wore cobalt cloaks and golden greaves.

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