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But, when you’re writing full on fiction, without pictures… you can write human stories about superhumans. For example, this one.
This story actually predates “Interviewing Leather” in short story form. This is an expansion of said short story, to better fit the http://www.thegreatdisplaycompany.com/viagra-30-mg mosaic novel style thing I seem to be building. And it follows out of last week’s prologue in ways that should be obvious.
This is a story about supervillains and cialis softabs superculture, sure. But it’s also a story about fans, cons, con culture, and whatever else seemed to fit. It tells a story (I hope) and sets up a few other stories (I hope), and I hope you like it.