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Dani Brown – The Queen of Filth

If you ask her really nicely, maybe she’ll show you her tattoo of Sparky the Spunky Robot

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dreams die in sheds in Suburban Hell, traded for garden decorations so the neighbours can see how well everyone conforms. Matthew was a popstar, once. His band went on and made it without him, so now every night he goes to the shed to jerk off over his keytar, the one Karen wants him to give up so that she can get higher-tier garden decorations. But too much semen could break his beloved instrument, so Matthew builds Sparky, a robot that takes his cum.

One night, Sparky comes to life, but soon discovers he has no voice. And why would he? Matthew built him to swallow spunk, not to speak. Left in the shed after he serves his purpose, Sparky sets out on a journey to find a voice. Along the way he meets Sandy, a robot like him, only Sandy is powered by a different man, an evil man. Together, Sparky and Sandy scour every inch of their neighbourhood, breaking into nearby garden sheds, exposing the neighbours, all in search of a voice for Sparky the Spunky Robot.

Synopsis

Since Dani about killed me (but in a good way!) with MY LOVELY WIFE, and MIDDLE AGED RAE OF FUCKING SUNSHINE, I’m going to yell you about one of her books that is way tamer, and didn’t make me gag once! 😂

Dani wrote about the first ‘Karen‘ before ‘Karen’ was a thing, and she is quite the biotch of the story, let me tell ya. She is everything that a Karen is, and more. This Karen is a dream killer, slowly turning Matthew into a cuck, all the while trying to out-do the Jones’ in a neighborhood out of an Ira Levin fever dream.

I can’t really describe more than the synopsis already has, but once Sparky comes to life he has his own opinions about Karen, but has no voice to share them. Sparky searches the neighborhood, and everyone’s shed of sins, and broken dreams – (it helps to keep the rest of the neighborhood appear bright & shiney), to find his voice, and learns a lot along the way. Sounds like a fairy tale almost, doesn’t it? Wicked Witch of a wife, a quest to find a sacred object, a romance, and a possible happily ever after (I’m not saying anything, they could all blow the fuck up, you don’t know!) So it’s like a fairy tale – just with lots and lots of cum!

I gotta say – I loved this story! Dani has a lot more for me to explore, so keep an eye out! Her book THE SCRATCHING POST in the FUCKING SCUMBAGS BURN IN HELL series from Godless is awesome – (I decided to review the entire series as one post, and it will be posted very soon).

Suitably labelled “The Queen of Filth”, extremist author Dani Brown’s style of dark and twisted writing and deeply disturbing stories has amassed a worrying sized cult following. Merging eroticism with horror, torture and other areas that most authors wouldn’t dare, each of Dani’s titles will crawl under your skin, burrow inside you, and make you question why you are coming back for more.

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We Don’t Talk About Her by Andersen Prunty

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Synopsis:  Clint is a laughable stalker who lives in a hoard with his decaying mother. Stella is his current fascination, but Clint has no idea what kind of woman Stella is. She’s playing a lifelong game and only she knows the rules. Now she’s made a wrong move and finds herself at Clint’s house, victim to his perverse attentions and bizarre behavior. Is it the perfect place to hide from her past or an insane prison from which she may never escape?

Theres a lot of story packed into these 49 pages!
Clint is a creepy little stalker with some severe mommy issues. When he finds that he has become the ‘stalkee’ – he believes it’s true love ❤️ Stella moves right in, bringing a lot of her own baggage with her. Clint’s mom isn’t very happy with the new arrangements, and she doesn’t let him forget it! He’s going to need to buy a lot more energy drinks to deal with this fresh Hell.

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Strange Sex 3

 Fancy a ménage à trilogy?

Have you ever felt the urge to fuck the photocopier at work? Or maybe you’re obsessed with panda sex. Perhaps you have a bomb in your cunt, or better yet, you have the Demon Vibrator of Eden in there. Whatever your taste, STRANGE SEX 3 has the scratch for your itch.

As usual, #SS3 is packed with awesome from cover to cover, and there is surely something within it’s pages for everyone’s hidden kink.  (If it’s not your kink now – it just might be after you read about it!)

Once again the craziest perverts in the industry have gathered together to give us some of the most fucked up erotica you’re ever likely to read, and a possible #VVD (virtual venereal disease) in the process. 

Since this is our third installment of Strange Sex, I’m not going to touch on every story this time.  I know, I know… you’re disappointed. Don’t worry – I’m not going to make you walk in to the madness blindly! Here are a few highlights to make sure you don’t stick to the floor…

Billy Tea taught us something very important in #SS2 – Rule 34: If it exists, there’s porn of it. Now, in #SS3, John Bruni teaches us that it doesn’t matter how fucked up something seems… there is ‘A Market For All Things’.  People collect weird things – especially Hollywood memorabilia.   (I also learned “…they’re not called selfies if there is more than one person in them. Those are ‘usies’.”  Thanks, John!!)

Do you remember how you felt when you walked into an ‘adult book store’ for the first time? Mike Lombardo vividly describes Lee’s first excruciating foray into the neon paradise in ‘Just Like The Real Thing’. Poor kid.
There is a scene in Clerks that shows Randal on the phone, placing an order for RST Video – I think Kevin Smith should hire Mike Lombardo as a porn consultant for the filming of Clerks 3…

I’ve always hated when someone refers to themselves as a ‘foodie’, EVERYBODY loves food, right?!  MP Johnson shows us how some people just take their love of food to an entirely different, (and lower), level in ‘Combo Platter Number Three’.

I think we can all agree that the ‘auto-correct’ feature on our cell phones was invented by Satan, right? If you’ve ever have had an auto-correct disaster in your life you’ll love the hilarious transcript, ahem… story from Mandy De Sandra – ‘Duck Me In The Bass: An Autocorrect Anal Sex Text Adventure’.

Leonard Delaney tells us a touching story about falling in love, (complete with  heartbreak, and betrayal), that almost everyone can relate to in ‘The Office Photocopier Wants To Fuck Me’. 

There’s a thin line between love & hate, and ‘Mine’ by Elle Stanger sits dead center.  “They say that love can be like a fire, quick and unpredictable. But what they don’t tell you is that love can burn your house down.”

The Stories:

“Just Like The Real Thing” by Mike Lombardo 
“Combo Platter Number Three” by MP Johnson
“Tanuki vs. the Aokigahara Swingers Club” by Arthur Graham
“Ectoplasm Orgasm” by Adam Millard
“The Mark Of Zorra” by Rich Bottles Jr.
“Snowballin’: I Fucked Frosty” by Auralie Vierge
“CuntBomb!!!” by TruckDrivingMagicMamma
“Rat Fuck” by Robert Tannahill
“Duck Me In The Bass: An Autocorrect Anal Sex Text Adventure” by Mandy De Sandra
“A Market For All Things” by John Bruni
“BigBoobenstein And The Demon Vibrator Of Eden” by Jeff O’Brien
“The Office Photocopier Wants To Fuck Me” by Leonard Delaney
“Mine” by  
“The Aliens from HerAnus” by Made In DNA
“Bionic Bonkers Feline Sextacular 3000” by Jason Wayne Allen
“Red Hot Panda Love” by Danger_Slater

 

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Find more stories from these deviants on Amazon:

John BruniMike LombardoMP Johnson,  Arthur Graham,  Adam Millard,  Rich Bottles Jr.Auralie ViergeTruckDriving MagicMamma,  Robert Tannahill,  Mandy De SandraJeff O’BrienLeonard DelaneyElle StangerMade In DNAJason Wayne AllenDanger Slater 

 

 

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Edward Gorey & The Gashlycrumb Tinies

Part Tim Burton long before there was Burton, part Edgar Allan Poe long after Poe, this ‘children’s book for adults’ is my new favorite thing!

The Gashlycrumb Tinies: A Very Gorey Alphabet Book was published in 1963, and is just one of more than 40 books that Gorey published in his lifetime. Meaning… I have some catching up to do! His work, which spans over six decades, is collected in four excellent volumes entitled Amphigorey — I, II, III, IV — a play on the word amphigory, meaning a nonsense verse or composition.

I cannot express how awesome I think these are! My next sewing project will be a quilt of his illustrations, maybe with a throw pillow, or two, of my favorites! The following are illustrations from A Very Gorey Alphabet Book.

 

Along with writing and illustrating his own work, Gorey would occasionally illustrate existing literature, like classic fairy tales, H. G. Wells’s War of the Worlds, and T. S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. But Gorey, unbeknownst to many, also designed dozens of book covers, including a number for some of literary history’s greatest classics during the paperback revolution, primarily while working at the Doubleday art department between 1953 and 1960.
The amount of cool information I found, while Googling Gorey and his work, was endless! There is way too much for me to share here, but if you’re as interested as I am, you can start your search here – http://www.edwardgoreyhouse.org – or just do a random Google Image search to see what you’ll find!!
Many thanks to my friend Ora Crawford, for introducing me to the wonderful world of Edward Gorey & The Gashlycrumb Tinies!