what the hell is up with the new editor deleting random spaces when i copy paste? here’s chapter 11 – back on the road. if it feels uninspired, that’s because it is.
chapter 9 – a rest stop features: reader interactiveness, if you want to turn the car around comment here~
chapter 8 – out of the city features: snowflake’s robes which cannot ever get dirty
chapter 7 – snowflake’s explanation features: exposition and a character that didn’t listen when i told him not to explain anything to alex
chapter 6 – quality time with snowflake, featuring: nothing much really, it’s a boring but necessary transition chapter. but we do discover a secret of snowflake’s.
featuring: my inability to write fight scenes so we just go do an ‘elsewhere…’ thing
chapter 4 is up, am i finally sticking to a good writing schedule? no, i am not, my hsc exams start tomorrow, see you on the other side.
this chapter features: a lot of names i got off a random generator
man, i can’t believe i actually managed to write chapter 3 so quickly
this chapter features: an icy boi
It’s-a me, here with another thing I started, titled the Tutorial is in Chinese. The main character is a teenager whose Chinese sucks but gets stuck in China during the apocalypse. Here’s the summary I’ve been going with so far.
The bad news: The Apocalypse is here, and I, Alex Lin, am stuck in China.
The good news: I got some kind of phone app that allows me to summon beings with cool abilities
The worse news: Everything in the app, including the tutorial, is in Chinese, which I can’t f*cking read.
Other protagonists’ greatest obstacles are either other people or themselves.
My greatest obstacle? The language barrier.
I’ve been posting it on webnovel.com and royalroad.com, but it’s always good to have a copy on my personal website as well.
First chapter is here.