Prompt: You’re glad to see that Death still remembers who you are
Prompt: You notice your robot vacuum has mapped an extra room in your house that does not exist… You take a deep breath, push the button, and command it to clean the nonexistent space.
Onto another month of reading. Here are my thoughts.
Prompt: You’re summoned into a parallel universe to be the Antichrist. The only problem is that you’re not feeling any more evil or powerful than you were before.
Prompt: When humans die, they turn into an elemental statue. Like one made of trees or the one made of ice even the obsidian one. You are a rogue artist that paints the battlefields after the battle.
Like months before, here’s the books I read in May and what I thought about them.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in March and what I thought about them.
Prompt: The first convergence happened years ago. Children’s books began to leak into our world. Years have gone by with the emergence of other genres from high fantasy to dystopian sci-fi. We have managed to learn the next one will appear, Lovecraftian Horror.
Prompt: Every month, a child sacrifice is offered up to a monster outside of town. However, in actuality, the child is one whose parents are more than happy to get rid of him, and the monster acts as the head of a boarding school for these abused children.