Speaking of prolific writers, just finished Defiance of the Fall 7, and I see that there are another fucking 300 chapters on RR/Patreon, which should be about another 3 books. He writes a chapter about every day it seems. Fuck me. Granted, a lot of it is pretty repetitive or boring or pointless, but that's still a lot of words on paper.
Found out what happened with the fridging, then the reversal because I assume people freaked the fuck out on him and he had to come up with some way to fix it, but I feel it is still a pretty big cop out.
Overall I'm sort of meh on the series, but it keeps me reading, so there's that I suppose. And knowing there is a shitload more already out there is appealing, unless it ends up sucking.
Am I the only one that notices all the snorting? Every motherfucker snorts in these books. Not cocaine or snuff, but apparently they all make that embarrassing noise with their nose constantly. I counted 5 in one chapter once. Once I notice something like that, it stands out to me, and it drives me fucking insane. Hopefully someone complained to him and the next 300 chapters are snortless, or at least snort-reduced. But if I have to notice it, now you do too!
Currently trying to figure out what to read next. Anybody have some good litrpg series suggestions? They need to be in book form (whether Kindle Unlimited or just downloaded) as I can't see any way to read something like Royal Road on my Kindle and ain't nobody got time to read on websites. I've read a lot of the big series, HWFWM, Dungeon Crawler Carl, Murderhobo, the one with the Ritualist guy (Jason?) and his chiropractor buddy Jax with the T-Rex arms, multiple dungeon series (Troll Nation is the only one that pops to mind, but there are several I've read), Everybody Loves Large Chests, Reality Benders, that one about The Land by the "king of litrpg" that turned into a giant faggot, I've also read a couple books of The Wandering Inn and I gave up on that after hating that barefoot runner bitch for like an entire book, and the main character is almost (but not quite) as annoying...I'm sure there are plenty of others that I'm forgetting and will only remember once you've suggested them.