Author has written 4 stories for Spiritual, General, Manga, and Fantasy.
"Making art is like a kind of exorcism. You have to die and be reborn. And then—when you are resurrected—then you’re like ‘Wow! Look at what I brought back, look at my canvas! This is where I went!’ Our paintings, our songs, our stories, they’re maps for where we went." - Jason Silva, The Ecstasy of Art
Now part of a YouTube Channel with my brothers. Check it out: SwankyBox
Welcome to my profile page!
You may (or may not) know me from the sister site of FictionPress, FanFiction, of which I have been a member of for quite some time. I figured it was time I made a debut on here. How often I will post on here is questionable, but perhaps expect a thing or two every now-and-then. On this page you can find information about works I've posted on this website and also a little about myself.
As for about myself, I enjoy writing fantasy works. My inspiration is drawn greatly from JRPG's and anime, so my take on the fantasy genre is a bit different in my own opinion.
If you have any questions about any of my works, have suggestions, criticism, or just generally want to chat, send me a private message and I will surely get back to you. Happy writing to you fellow writers and happy reading to the readers!
Extended synopses for my stories:
Map Quest - An adventure that follows aspiring cartographer Murto as he sets out to map the entire world. Such an adventure promises to be long and fun, but when other dream-chasers decide to tag along, things end up getting a little crazy. Humorous encounters and struggles await them at the ends of the world. Do they have what it takes to make their ambitions a reality? Updated every Friday, granted nothing prevents that.
Sayonara, Wasteland - In a world covered primarily by a continuous wasteland, people do the best they can to live. One such man, a ruthless wanderer and sometimes mercenary with a certain disregard for human life, is no exception. He tends to become a thorn in the sides of many, even if such an outcome is unintentional. However, when he becomes the thorn in the side of a certain occult, and when a certain boisterous lad becomes a thorn in his very own side, things turn into quite the bothersome mess. Seeking any and all feedback on this work. Updates will be sporadic.
They Come Out - A poem for Halloween about a town with supernatural inhabitants living amongst the citizens. Once a year their "mother" must be fed the soul of a non-believer of Halloween, else they will all perish.
Hope - A metaphorical analysis of the emotion of loss, the feelings it brings with it, and the climb to renewal; heavily centered around the of the loss of a lover by means of an ended relationship. There is a lot of symbolism in this one, but each symbol is usually defined within the same sentence (or in the surrounding sentences) - a little hint should it seem confusing. Of course, personal interpretation is always the best approach to reading a story like this; only by doing that will you get the most out of it!