Wes Locher

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Wes Locher has written video games for developers such as FableLabs (Serious Weirdness, 2018), Based on the Play (Re*Sequenced, 2018), Nanobit Software (Lost in Fame, 2017), Pulsetense Games (Post-War Dreams, 2017), and Pocket Gems Games (Future: Uncertain, 2015). His comic books have been published in the USA, UK, and Canada by Alterna Comics (Unit 44, 2017), Titan Comics (Adrift, 2015), Markosia Enterprises (The Undoubtables, 2014), Arcana Studios (Chambers, 2013), and many others. He's the author of the nonfiction book Braving Britannia: Tales of the Life, Love, and Adventure in Ultima Online , and a collection of humorous essays called Musings on Minutiae, published in 2010.

Wes’s father was a journalist. His mother was an English
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New Comic Series: Awry

Greetings, friends! I’m excited to announce that I have a new sci-fi/humor series being released Wednesday, October 9 (tomorrow) called AWRY! The talented Graeham Jarvis served as artist, colorist, and co-pilot for the series which we spent the past few years putting together. So what’s this crazy book all about? It took 10 years for… Continue reading New Comic Series:Awry Read more of this blog post »
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Description: Excerpts of essays from the humor book, Musings on Minutiae.

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"Adored this book. Made me laugh out loud throughout. Brought back loads of warm, fuzzy memories from when I was a young one with unlimited time on my hands. "
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“Our family was nearly torn apart on several occasions by arguments started when the refrigerator door was open for what my father deemed as ‘too long.”
Weston Locher, Musings on Minutiae

“The first way not to shake hands is executed by receiving someone’s hand in yours and proceeding to squeeze it tightly, hurting the other party as if they were responsible for a past death in your family, or your adoption as a child.”
Weston Locher, Musings on Minutiae

“Ever since the robot was first invented, there have been people who swear up and down that this marks the first step towards the fall of man … To be fair, their arguments are backed with scientific fact taken from documentary films such as The Terminator, The Matrix, and RoboCop.”
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“Our family was nearly torn apart on several occasions by arguments started when the refrigerator door was open for what my father deemed as ‘too long.”
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“…if I become an admitted pet owner, then I have to pay not only a several hundred dollar deposit to the apartment complex, but I’m pretty sure that they also reserve the right to harvest some of my bodily organs…”
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“Ever since the robot was first invented, there have been people who swear up and down that this marks the first step towards the fall of man … To be fair, their arguments are backed with scientific fact taken from documentary films such as The Terminator, The Matrix, and RoboCop.”
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“The first way not to shake hands is executed by receiving someone’s hand in yours and proceeding to squeeze it tightly, hurting the other party as if they were responsible for a past death in your family, or your adoption as a child.”
Weston Locher, Musings on Minutiae

“[The cats] scamper in front of my legs, causing me to fall and face plant into whatever furniture is closest. They especially like to play this game when I’m carrying piping hot coffee.”
Weston Locher, Musings on Minutiae

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Angela Thank you for the friend request! I'm hoping I do win!


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Lizz Thanks for the friend request. I am a feline fanatic, so your book, Musings on Minutiae, intrigued me. I have also entered your contest to win a copy. In any case, I will be reading it, and will be happy to submit a review!


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