American author/translator living in Japan. Haunts a variety of social media sites, loves writing, spends too much time thinking about pizza.
Note that I write in a variety of genres, including adult. Adult titles are all under FILTHY.
"Vital Vidol kisses! Get inoculated. Just 6000 yen for a spit swap. Get a head start on the pandemic season!" The manager's voice was a screech on any normal given day; put a megaphone in her hand and caused brain cells to liquefy.
The three-wheeled pizza delivery scooter complained as it strained up the mountain road, a load of four pizzas set in its spring-loaded rack, bouncing noisily every time the driver hit a bump.
Saori's pleated mini-skirt umbrellaed open, revealing the smooth skin of her naturally hairless pussy. There was a quick twitch of flesh as her muscles contracted followed by a light-yellow stream that hit the robot square in its visual receptors.
The old suburb was quiet as the sun set; the sky a watercolor palette of oranges and reds bleeding together. The area had once been a full of life, but now only the mournful houses and rusting cars were witness to the slow decay. And they watched wordlessly, their silence a pouting condemnation of the afterlife to which they had been doomed.
"Trenton! That second reading... You were right. It's another monster." Daniella's voice was clear over the skull-ceiver of the bio-armor he'd found in the crashed alien ship. Forged of liquid-metal that had melded with him, it allowed him to increase his body size twenty-fold to meet the challenge of the monstrous horror lying dormant in the ruined vessel along with the armor.
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It's flu and cold season again, and everyone is busy rushing to get their shots to try and ward it off. It's always a gamble. As a father of three, I can attest to the accumulative hours my wife and I have waited at the doctor's office for shots (or results of not getting one). But is the flu shot the end all to be all? Of course, not, so it's really important to take preventative measures.