Novellas included:

  • The Things We Do for Love
  • Downfall of the Gods
  • The Last Witness
  • The Devil You Know
  • I Met a Man Who Wasn’t There
  • Heaven Thunders the Truth
  • Message in a Bottle
  • Rules
  • Safe House
  • The Dragonslayer of Merebarton
  • Told by an Idiot
  • No Peace for the Wicked

Written mostly in the first person, each narrator is cynically convincing and brings to each tale their own perspective of what it means to be good or bad. Or is everyone a shade of grey?

I’ve been an on-and-off user of Firefly III, a personal open-source self-hosted finances manager. It is cool and I like it very much solely because it does not have an auto-import option.
I am running it on a Heroku instance which allows me to access it from anywhere. Ideally, I would want it to be running from this domain and that’s an activity that I’m procrastinating upon.
With frequent updates, updating my Heroku instance was a bit cumbersome. The official docs says:

Backup the PGS database from Heroku’s dashboard, then create a new application (or destroy the database on your existing one).

Now that’s too much of work for me. So instead, I am following this approach (stolen from MonicaHQ’s docs):

  1. Clone the Firefly-III repository to your local environment by
    git clone
  2.  Add your app’s heroku git repository by
    heroku git:remote -a <app-name>.
  3.  Push to heroku by git push heroku master. Heroku will build and update the repository, automatically.

This seems to work quite fine for me.