The Astonishing Adventures of
Aristocratic Adventurer and Gentle-man of Action
"A journal so exciting, I fear I soiled myself no less than fourteen times."
THE DAILY NEWS SHEET
"Utterly wonderful. Upon reading Lord Likely's diaries, I went out and set fire to a homeless wretch to celebrate."
THE LONDON LOOKER
"I ejaculated so hard, my library had to be closed off for an entire week."
LORD FISHSTICK'S NEWSPAPER
"Everyone should buy a copy of these diaries, then have sex with them."
THE ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF NEWS
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THE TOWN CRIER
Thursday, September 23rd, 2010
The THRILLING and TERRIFYING conclusion to ‘Our Mutual Fiend’ is here!
Tags: Arial Black, botter, Charles Dickens, Evan Hellsinger, Fagin, fiction, horror, humour, Lord Likely, Martin Chuzzlewit, Miss Havisham, Mystery of Edwin Drood, Nicholas Nickleby, publisher, publishing, Tiny Tim, undead, Victorian, web fiction, weblit, zombies
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Evan Hellsinger returns upon the scene, to assist his lordship in tracking down the undead Charles Dickens…
Tags: 'Big' Bella Butterlegs, adventure, botter, Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge, fiction, Great Expectations, horror, humour, Lord Likely, Miss Havisham, Mystery of Edwin Drood, publishing, undead, Victorian, web fiction, weblit, zombies
Saturday, September 18th, 2010
Lord Likely and company find themselves under attack from a murderous Oliver Twist…
Tags: 'Big' Bella Butterlegs, brains, Charles Dickens, Evan Hellsinger, fiction, horror, humour, J. Mahoney, Lord Likely, Lord Palmerston, Oliver Twist, undead bastard, Victorian, web fiction, weblit, zombies
Saturday, August 21st, 2010
Can it be true? Is Charles Dickens stalking the streets of London and eating people, from BEYOND THE GRAVE?
Tags: 'Big' Bella Butterlegs, adventure, botter, brains, Charles Dickens, drunk, fiction, Inspector Spunkleford, Lord Likely, murder, mystery, orphan, prostitute, Scotland Yard, Soggy Biscuit, undead, Victorian, web fiction, weblit, zombies
Monday, August 9th, 2010
Lord Likely embarks upon his most baffling case yet, as a corpse is discovered and the killer has been identified as…CHARLES DICKENS?
Tags: adventure, botter, Charles Dickens, coffee, drunk, fiction, hangover, humour, Inspector Spunkleford, Likely Estate, murder, mystery, Queen Victoria, Scotland Yard, Victorian, web fiction, weblit
Lord Likely was a renowned member of the English aristocracy in the Victorian era. Tales of his exhilarating, enthralling and highly erotic exploits were legendary, but only now have his own, personal diaries resurfaced (found in a branch of Help the Aged in Swindon), shedding light on the life of this extraordinary eccentric.
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