If you've been reading AKOD since the beginning, this isn't the first time you've seen one of these parts. It happened in Sloth. It happened in Delirium. And I'm sure it'll happen again. It's the "single conversation that spans 15 fucking pages" part. Which means that you're getting half of it now and getting half of it next time. It sort of just up and ends in the middle of everything, with absolutely nothing tied up at all.
Caaauuuuuse......I'm a dick.
There's also bunnies in this section. And Beatrice.
World's collide in today's update of AKOD. The formerly mentioned Beatrice goes on a journey to discover the magical land of talking bunnies. The adventures they have together are groundbreaking and utterly fantastic.
Sing along with me now!
There are naked girls
Who've all been raped
They lose their shit!
Some little dude
Gets shot in the face
And the story builds up
To learn about Sloth!
In case anyone is wondering, you should really read my one sentence bio to the right. It's sort of true.
In a little bit of coincidental poetry, Delirium VII debuts today, on this day of the Autumnal Equinox. So the fall of the world begins with the fall of the season.
Though I would like to state that Chapter 6 - Despair will NOT be the final chapter of the book. Even though, yes, the world is ending, the narrator still has quite a journey ahead of him until he ends up on a little boat in the middle of the Atlantic. In fact, Chapter 6 only marks the midway point of the novel. I haven't even come close to finishing up.
So get your bunnies and your Beatrice outfits and your Thai food ready. Cause this is when shit starts getting real.
For those of you who read these updates, you know that I've recently been frustrated with my writing over the last few parts of AKOD. I've had to continually scrap and rewrite the material which has put my way further behind where I'd like to be with the book.
Also, going back and re-reading some of the previously posted pages (say that 5 times real fast), I'm still not 100% happy with what got posted. So, I'd like to be the first to say that I'm sorry and I hope from here on in I'll be able to deliver the quality of work that everyone had gotten used to during the first couple chapters of the book. If you don't feel that way, then great. Ignore the apology. Carry on.
With all that said, Delirium Part III really is old school. It's a "stand-alone" story that's once again told in the third person rather than the first. There's death. There's arrests. There's crazy people. There's even a little bit of sexual assault. And I guess if I'm going old school, I should also say there's bunnies and a minx named Beatrice.
(Oh, you may also notice that it's a cannibalization of another one of my short stories.)
After you've read Delirium III, any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. And enjoy.
Today, a shocking turn of events. Beatrice returns from the end of Chapter 1 (click the tag on the right for more information) and ruins the family fortune by spending it all on taco sauce. Can you believe it?
Argentina is lovely, but this country makes me fat. I swear, when I get home, I'm eating nothing but green beans.
And taco sauce.
Today, Rapture concludes. Find out what happens when Beatrice finds out that her husband has been cheating on her all along! And with her long lost twin sister! Scandal!
Wait, wait. That's not what happens. I think more people just do more dumb things. Yeah, that sounds more accurate.
Though now I suddenly have the urge to write a soap opera. Rats.