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  • Why I Believe in God Sat, 3 Oct 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Autobiographical This story starts with my childhood. From the outside, I had great parents and a difficult time at school due to ADHD. Frankly, it was hell. From the start of school until fifth grade, I was subject to the continuous … Continue reading
  • Living With Psychosis Sat, 3 Oct 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Autobiographical, Mental Health, Newsletter Someone asked me how psychosis can feel “normal”. It’s not an easy thing to explain but this my best attempt. As horrifying as my story may sound, I don’t see it that way. For me, this is just a fascinating … Continue reading
  • Fixing macOS Dictation without reboot Wed, 8 Jul 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Uncategorized Often when I’m in the middle of a story, macOS’s built in dictation will stop working and I have to reboot the entire machine to fix it. Needless to say, this is incredibly frustrating. After some digging for the hundredth … Continue reading
  • Glowing Review of Dark Garden Lake! Sat, 9 May 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Buy My Books, Newsletter Dark Garden Lake” was like eating a professionally cooked meal; mouth-watering from start to finish, and saddening because you wish you could eat the whole thing again. Ardy Hart The entire review of the The Reclamation Project is really awesome … Continue reading
  • Laziness Does Not Exist Sat, 21 Mar 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Links https://medium.com/@devonprice/laziness-does-not-exist-3af27e312d01 Psychological research is clear: when people procrastinate, there’s usually a good reason. This was a very interesting read. A lot of it rings true to me.
  • Notes on Lukan Sexual Anatomy Fri, 20 Mar 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Research Sometimes you world build too far and discover something interesting. In this case, female canine genitalia has some fascinating differences from other species. This is an informational article with no pictures. Continue reading
  • Links on Genderless, Non-Binary Pronouns and Honorifics Sat, 11 Jan 2020 by Kayode Lycaon in Newsletter, Research Please note that this article is not a guide. It is a starting point to help you with your own consideration of the topic. If you have improvements to suggestion, please DM me on twitter or telegram. I’d love to … Continue reading
  • Reclamation Project – Year One available for purchase! Sat, 30 Nov 2019 by Kayode Lycaon in Buy My Books, Newsletter Includes my story Dark Garden Lake. Dark Garden Lake is a bittersweet story about Moshi, a cyborg painted dog, created by the Reclamation Project, who is given the mission to kill the furred folk terrorist, Landolf. He is terribly lonely … Continue reading
  • A New Start Tue, 19 Nov 2019 by Kayode Lycaon in Autobiographical I’d like to welcome everyone that’s reading this. Kayode Lycaon is a new name for me. This new name symbolizes one of the biggest changes in my life and I’m happy to have you along for the ride. But if … Continue reading
  • Are you okay? Wed, 9 Oct 2019 by Kayode Lycaon in Mental Health, Rants I’ve often had people ask if I am okay. It should be no surprise that I hate this question with a passion that’s only matched by my own feelings of inadequacy. What happens if I say I’m not okay? The … Continue reading
  • What does it mean to be furry? Wed, 9 Oct 2019 by Kayode Lycaon in Autobiographical What got you into it? I attended a furry convention in October 2013 out of curiosity. I had seen the CSI episode on furries but I’d been interested in furry artwork since I’d discovered the internet some ten years earlier.  … Continue reading
  • Fur Reality 2013 Mon, 14 Oct 2013 by Kayode Lycaon in Autobiographical This post is summarizing my first furry convention. It originally appeared on my previous website. I just attended my first furry convention: Fur Reality. I found out about it only a week before it started from a random user on Reddit. … Continue reading
  • Researching Edo Period Japan Thu, 15 Aug 2013 by Kayode Lycaon in Research I’ve been working on a fantasy story set in Japan in the 1700s, known as Edo Period Japan. There’s a lot of stuff on the internet about that era but most of it is depressingly topical. You don’t get a … Continue reading