"Except where otherwise stated all the content of this site is parodic nonsense and should be read as such. Any resemblance to real persons living or dead is purely the result of misfiring neurons in your brain. All material (c) Home Defence UK 2003-2016. Don't send in the lawyers, for Christ's sake." - Al Likilla & Clint Panzerdivision. Are you the sort of person who spends an inordinate amount of time on the internet rather than going to bad clubs in the hope of finding someone who'll tickle your punim? This could be your tribe. Self-explanatory and one of the best ideas for a website ever. Check out their delicious 'Kenny of the Month'. Some very funny tales of how the recipients of dodgy email pleas decided to get their own back - that's at 419eater.com! Another excellent source of thoughts, ramblings, rants and rather a lot of reflections on Smallville . If we've whetted your appetite for interweb nonsense, head on over here... Home Defence's co-creator will occasionally 'tweet' thoughts on modern idiocy and Farnborough FC over at last year's social networking fad (if he remembers to care). Literary without being pretentious, Dave Eggers' site is one of the best reads on the web. Particularly recommended are the Letters To The President which run the full gamut of emotions and could bring a lump to the throat of the most cynical of men (i.e. me). Folks are willing to whore themselves in return for a good read over the pond you know. And here's your indispensible guide to everything literary. And finally, couldn't forget to mention our hosts, for all your affordable and professional site-hosting needs. If you would like your site to be featured as a link at Home Defence UK tell us about it by e-mailing the editor at the address above. If it's any good we'll be happy to include it. HDUK founder Al Likilla's first novel (under a pseudonym) is published by The London Press and is available to buy through Amazon . A contemporary comedy which, unlike most, manages to be both romantic and funny, the book features many unforgettable characters, a compelling plot, and lots of bears. But then, I would say nice things - I wrote it. Get the latest updates, directly to your 'feed', from our crack team of Home Defence social media twats! HDUK contributor Mark Piggott's publisher features many excellent up-and-coming authors ignored by the literary establishment, while the official MLP site contains regular updates from the writer. What's happening in new and classic alternative culture? Carabas is a UK-based, online community for everyone interested in writing, music, science-fiction, comics, cult cinema, events in London and the general creative path of the nerd. A terrific webzine featuring all sorts of interesting pop culture-related stuff and miscellaneous creative burblings.. HOME DEFENCE UK A Symptom of a Greater Malaise The follow up to 'Wallfloweresque' is published via Lulu.com and is available to buy through the site or from Waterstones . The Spirit of Nagasaki is a contemporary drama telling the story of the rise and fall of a religious cult. Not for the faint-hearted. Yes! Home Defence Editor and Co-Creator Al is now DJing, playing his favourite Indie Rock, Americana and Pop Sounds over at Radio Woking ! Al's third novel is published via Lulu.com and is available to buy through Amazon . Kicking Asbestos is set in a parallel present where terrorism remained rampant after the 7/7 attacks and follows a group of colleagues as their team-building weekend goes horrifically wrong... A novella and a cautionary tale about Cryonics, being lost and the quest for immortality. Available now for the Kindle through Amazon . "If you like Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror TV series, you'll love this." - AJ Kirby, Author & Not The Booker Nominee Al's latest is a collection of short stories inspired by living under austerity. The book is packed full of characters that are by turn desperate, sympathetic and sometimes corrupt. Available now for the Kindle or other device with the free Amazon app. Read more about the writing of these fictions on Al's blog .