Welcome back, readers. The last time I reviewed Kobo Writing Life, a publishing platform, which could be a viable replacement for Smashwords or KDP. I have an update about that.
I’m starting to have issues with Smashwords. Don’t get me wrong, I still think they’re great for novice and budding writers.
You might remember I wrote an article about Medium. I pointed out some of its flaws, such as curators decide if your stuff is worth reading, and if they don’t believe it is, you can’t get any organic views of your post. You can only get traffic by driving people to your post with a “friend link.”
I’m a guy. I have a few guy friends. Sometimes, we hang out and jam, and while we jam, we shoot the breeze.
I feel like we’re at the threshold of a new sex age. “Bare ass” with me just a second, and I’ll explain.
Rygar, the Legendary Adventure was one of the best games of 2002, at least to me. The PS2 had only been around for two years, and it seemed like there was no end to the console's awesome-sauce. I had also loved Rygar on the NES when I was a kid, so when this new Rygar came out, I jumped all over it.