April Moss has always lived in her famous mother’s shadow. Will she find the light she is looking for or will she just end up somewhere darker?
Almost Eternal is best described as tragicomedy with a good dash of thriller: you will laugh, you may cry, you will probably rage quit at some point.
What people say about Almost Eternal
“It’s not terrible, I just don’t want to read it.”– Snuffy’s partner
Shall we begin?
Latest News and Updates
So you want to read Almost Eternal but you don’t have time / are too lazy to wade through three whole books? Want a refresher before Book Four lands? Can’t remember what happened at the start and having sleepless nights about it but can’t bear to load it up and look at the godawful screenshots again? I got you. Story summaries are now available for Book One, Book Two and Book Three on the story index.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: Book 3’s bloopers are here.
New banner! No, I don’t know how to take breaks.
The 2 part book three finale is here! Now I will be taking a short break to gather my thoughts into some sort of logical order and enjoy the wide world for a small while. Book four will commence in the Autumn, but expect an interlude and some randomness in the interim.
“Snuffybucket comes out of the gate swinging in chapter one and doesn’t let up the whole story. To steal the highest praise from Sarah Maclean: Snuffy is hunting big game. The story is hilarious, but it doesn’t shy away from the dark. Snuffy dives into topics like consent with a level of mastery I couldn’t hope to achieve on my best day. In short, Almost Eternal is the sort of thing I dream about writing, but it would probably be a lot of work, so I’m glad Snuffy’s doing it so I can just read it.”– Ferosh