What the fuck was that shit?
Hi guys, DoctorBleed here. Sorry I haven't posted a review in months. I really don't have a good excuse. It's just really easy to get lazy and neglect projects you were once extremely enthusiastic about. But I'm back and I'm here to review "Deep Expectatins." A Pokemon fanfic creepypasta about the deep web.
It's gonna be one of those days.
I don't remember how I found out about this fic initially. I found it listed in my "potential reviews" folder and had no memory of putting it there. I think someone recommended it to me and I just
The story is about tertiary Pokemon characters going on the deep web. While in real life, everything you read on the deep web is a hoax, apparently in the Pokemon universe everything yo…Read more >
My first published Ebook, "Doctor Bleed's Misery Pit" is on sale now on Lulu, coming soon to other outlets!
This book is a collection of written works I've published on this site and elsewhere. I'm really proud of all of them and I'm quite happy to see them collected into a format that can be easily read on a phone, tablet or E-reader.
This is my first published work, and I've put it out there at a time where I definitely could use the extra income. By buying this book, you'll be supporting me and I'll be able to publish more works like this for a long time.
Thank you for reading, and I hope you'll purchase my book!Read more >
This post is particularly directed towarrds the moderators/administrators of this site.
I'm making this post because currently I'm trying to publish a collection of my short stories on Amazon Kindle. Currently, my book is blocked due to copyright concerns with KDP, with the fact that many of the stories are freely available online serving as another complication.
To publish my book on KDP, they need to verify that I have sole publishing rights to these stories. I notice many of the stories I've posted here are labeled "Creative Commons." I have to ask, does that disqualify me from having "sole publishing rights?" If so, I would like the license to be changed so that I can profit off my intellectual property.
Thank you in advance for any help…Read more >
Note: I'm aware this review doesn't have much to do with the subject of the site, but I have nowhere else to put this and I treat making reviews as a general writing exercise, so I think it is allowed. If it isn't, I sincerely apologize.
Steam is a massively-multiplayer card collecting and hat trading simulator with an exciting and unique game selling feature. I'm kidding, but only a little bit - that's the messed up thing.
If you've ever played a modern PC game, you've probably at least heard of Steam. It's almost impossible to avoid, actually. That's a big part of the problem. Steam is an application created by Valve Software (a company known for creating Half-Life, Portal and Team Fortress) for the sale, distribution, and playing of compu…Read more >
I reviewed the "original" Jeff the Killer, but I didn't get to say much that hasn't already been said. Just about every knows it's a bad story, and that's why it was taken off the wiki. But, given that Jeff is a major figure in general Creepypasta lore, the admins realized they really did need him to have some kind of presence on the site. So, in 2015 they created a contest where users would write their own remakes of the story. Was the remake any good? Well, it's complicated. I'll explain my thoughts here.
Before we begin, however, I have to give full disclosure. I'm one of the people who entered the contest. My story did not make the finalists, but you can still read it on the Spinpasta wiki under the title "Jeff the Killer: One by One." …Read more >