Crash Space – a modern Novel

Crash space, a novel of geekery by Moylen Green

I have published Crash Space via smashwords!

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/893134.

The blurb:

“Rusel is a bisexual, non-binary nerd, who just wants to have a good time and coast through a life filled with sex, role-playing, and pranks. It’s a great shock then to find that someone dislikes them enough to attempt murder.
Who does Rusel know who would dislike them enough to kill? What on earth could be the motive? Could it be one of the housemates or an ex partner with a grudge?
Rusel downplays their impact on other’s lives, and navigates a life filled with parties, social events, drugs, complicated housemate relationships, and jokes gone awry. Motives are exposed and must be dealt with before the next attempt is made.”

Some things I want to say about this novel:

This story evolved a lot since it’s inception in something like 2010 and I worked on it on and off for years; to be honest I changed in a lot of my viewpoints from 6 year-ago-me to now-me. Largely I realised how ingrained misogyny was in my reading and thinking habits (despite me thinking I was a bit of a feminist). I rewrote so much of this to make it not like that.

 

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My most ADHD moment ever – a story

I used to take Ritalin regularly after my ADHD diagnosis.

I kept it in my purse.

One day, I thought, “Oh, I must take my Ritalin.”
I opened my purse, forgot what I was doing, took out a $2 coin, put it in my mouth…. Oops. I didn’t mean to do that.

I then took the coin from my mouth, wiped it off, put it back in my bag, and forgot to take my Ritalin.

All a very good example of ADD brain in action, really.

My most ADHD moment ever – a story