The White Snake


Lily is unemployed and living off her big brother Timothy’s dime. Feeling guilty over her leeching, she reaches out to a friend, Sayoko, who reveals you can make quite a bit of money off your shed skin, blood, and venom… too bad Lily doesn’t have any of those. That is, not until she willingly undergoes monsterization. As Lily’s changes continue, her hidden desires are unable to be repressed any longer. Much to her brother’s horror.

Harem Heroes: The Heaven’s Gold Spear / Chapters 25-27


David, currently able to be in two places at once thanks to the Potion of Shadows, has just consummated his relationship with Ophelia and Delilah, and sold his soul for love. Marriage, in other words. But he’s unsure about the idea of polygamy, and needs further persuading by his new bicorn wife.

Meanwhile, David is also attempting to help the other Monster Army team retrieve the Chalice of Eternity before his former ally and friend Bernice takes it instead. But Aurora, the Queen of Winter is close, and her body still aches from Annabelle’s lead arrow.

Harem Heroes: Heaven’s Gold Spear / chapters 22-24


David is now firmly on the side of Monsters, having fallen out with his former ally Silas. The parting was not amicable. Delilah’s plans for him have finally been put into action, and David will soon realize that a demon’s plots are not easy to escape… if he even wants to.

A Connecticut Yankee… Pages 86-100


More! More drama, more violence, more smut, more references, more singing, more traveling, more profanity and so much more! Bonus: Rudolf Origin story! It may just be better than that crappy Wolverine one. Because your Uncle Bono loves you all. Kinda… Not really but anyway click the story.

Can I Keep It, Chapter 8


Egypt “The Dragonlord,” said Farida. “Yes,” said Vereoria. “The real, actual Dragonlord.” The three of them were making their way back from the embassy. David hadn’t known that each city in the world apparently had an embassy to the Dragonlords, and apparently neither did most individuals. Shades of Dan Brown in the whole thing, as…