I've been an avid twitter user for a while, and I've thought the quickest way to have a conversation with all you guys is to start a twitter account. You may have noticed that I intentionally left off a contact form for this website. The truth is, I can't exactly handle too much communications, but I'm open to comments. I started this blog for people to connect if needed, but I suppose blogs are old school. Lol.
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Short Story Progress
This week I finished writing up with writing the entirety of Red Chase. It was my first time working with a professional editor and it was a learning experience. I could feel the EXP gain, and I'm sure I leveled up a bit on learning when to explain and not to explain.
Now the next steps are to create the synopsis, create the website page for the series, the book cover, and then some illustrations for the interior short story. This will be available as an ebook for sure.
Red Chase follows the story of a succubus trying to defeat the leader of the humans so that it can live peacefully. Therefore, its willing to mind control and destroy anyone that opposes its right to live. The knights that defend the land are its enemies. It assumes they are coming out to kill it.
Pink Chase is the second story I'm writing, though chronologically, it is first in the series. I've been writing it for my online writing class. This has also been a source of a lot of EXP for in me getting better at writing. By the end of next week, I'll have a solid draft ready for an editor.
It focuses on the theme of corrupting a good-hearted, earnest hero to the seductive, dark side.
Finally, the last of the short stories I'm currently working on is Lavender Chase. I've sent the first scene out for a quick look by an editor to look at.
This story focuses on the theme of utter dominance at the cost of being a monster.
I have to say that taking the time to practice of writing better stories, and just improving that skill, it'll pay off a lot in the long run. A visual novel is highly text friendly, and not being able to write that awesome dialogue is a shot to the foot.
I know it has been a long time since I've mentioned "A Long Journey" but when it does come out, it'll be a much higher quality.