Atop the sink and beneath the mirror sat a white plastic comb that had the emblem of a hostel in Strasbourg. They took a long-distance coach to see the famous Christmas market there for cheap. He remembered her paying the premium for the last-minute train tickets home, all in order to avoid long hours of motion… Continue reading Flash fiction: There were better days
Sasaki knew nothing would change if she begged for help. She had been there. Weak kids had weak parents who would blame their own child to appease the other kid’s parents. Her parents were weak but she was not. Thus, when Sasaki broke the glass with her satchel and waved a glass fragment at the bullies,… Continue reading Short story: “Death”, “Hat”, “Gene”
Percy was about to throw the papers in the bin when he got a follow-up call from the seventy-two-year-old plutocrat who owned these papers. He was warned not to take the proposal lightly, whereupon he explained the difficulty to not take these papers lightly. Following a long, two-hour dialogue, the man convinced the mayor to… Continue reading Short story: “Lawyer”, “A.I.”, “Wikipedia”
A mother and her young son sought refuge from a sudden rain in the bookstore I worked in. They were not the only ones pulled from the busy torrent of city life by the weather. Half a dozen others were standing at the porch, a few drenched to the sole of their feet; all looking… Continue reading Short story: “Rain”, “Bottle”, “Bookstore”
I hit some logistical nightmare during my research today. It takes forever to get the timing and transportation right. I guess I'm running into deficit again. Fact #1: It takes 6 hours by train to travel from Fukuoka to Chiyoda prefecture, 4 hours by air from Fukuoka Airport to Haneda Airport + 1 hour by train… Continue reading My daily battle: 1,000 word goal (Day 2)
The word count for Sasaki this NaNoWriMo Camp is 30,000. Over 30 days of April, that means 1,000 words per day. I've cranked out more words in a day in blog posts so 1,000 words should mean nothing. Nope. The Pantser Me: This is going to be a piece of cake! Okay, now characters decide to spend… Continue reading My daily battle: 1,000 words goal
Put on your Viking helm, grab your pen and drink plenty of coffee! NaNoWriMo camp is upon us! SASAKI FOR NANOWRIMO THIS APRIL As the title reads, I'll be joining NaNoWriMo camp this April with my secondary novel project, the Romance story "Sasaki". It'll be the first time I'm joining a writing camp at this time of year.… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo is here!
This January, I have decided to push through the novel adaptation of my oldest and bulkiest roleplaying game: Imperial Experiment. I adopted the name "Takahashi Fujihita" from Imperial Experiment so this book means a lot to me. I'm glad I finally get down to writing it. The new book is officially named "Sasaki" after the main heroine Sasaki… Continue reading New book project: Sasaki
Chorizone is a forum-text-based roleplaying game hosted briefly on Mangafox in late 2013. It was the last roleplay I created and it was also the most poetic. Each roleplay sequence is marked by an opening scene accompanied by a banner art design and poetic verses. This post contains the third and final opening scene intended for archival purposes.
Chorizone is a forum-text-based roleplaying game hosted briefly on Mangafox in late 2013. It was the last roleplay I created and it was also the most poetic. Each roleplay sequence is marked by an opening scene accompanied by a banner art design and poetic verses. This post contains the third opening scene intended for archival purposes.