Unjust Depths

Compilation epubs containing all Unjust Depths chapters and stories written up to certain points in time. They are not professionally edited but have fixes compared to the site text and provide a slightly improved reading experience on your devices.

Anthology 1 is complete; Anthology 2 is updated every three months or so.

Currently, the epub includes all content up to: 3/28/2024

Latest chapters as of this date are: 13.3 through 13.8.

As a reminder, Unjust Depths is for 18+ readers due to sexual content.

The Solstice War

The Solstice War was my first web novel. I learned many lessons from it which I am applying to Unjust Depths. It is unfinished, and frankly a bit embarrassing to me sometimes, but you can read all the stories chapters in the epubs included below. This version of the Solstice War will never be finished, but might still be enjoyable for fans of my work to see the differences and throughlines as well as my growth as an author.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I open “zip” files (particularly on mobile)?

Every computer with a modern OS opens zip files automagically, but for mobile devices, you CAN do it, but have to make an extra step. Modern iOS and Android have “Files” apps (“Files” in iOS and “Google Files” in Android) that have decompression of zip files as an option. I’ve included links to official documentation for this below:

How do I view “epub” files (particularly on PC)?

Every modern phone has an easy time with epub format books. On iOS, unzipping the archive and touching the epubs will add them to “Books” for reading, and on Android, they will be added to “Google Play Books.” On a PC, you will need to install a dedicated Epub reader. Calibre is ubiquitous and free, and I actually use it so I can recommend it. Or you can just read from the website on your computer.

Why did you link a zip file instead of the epubs themselves?

It saves me over 100 kilobytes and teaches you to interact with your device filesystem. These zip files also have multiple files in them, so it is easier than adding them individually.