A list of novels that i wrote a while back. Warning: something of these have been largely unedited and can be just plain horrible to read. I like to think some are good though.
The Last Secret of the Universe
Mateo knows she isn’t very important. How could she be in a universe of nine quintillion humans, all bustling about with their insignificant lives? Hers will be no exception. Unless she does something to make herself important, to make herself stand out in the largest crowd of crowds.
And what could be more important than being the one to finish humanity’s conquering of the universe, to work out the final piece of the puzzle, to discover The Last Secret of the Universe.
She has a lot of work to do.
My current book. The one i am writing at the moment. Using words.
The Fugue –
The Other Fist of the Ninja
My first go at non fan fiction. Join Sagara and his friends on their journey through their lives and their attempts at finding themselves in a world full of difficult decisions and upsetting consequences. Also, there are demons.
Oh yeah. I guess i wrote a sequel. I’m just putting this here for now. If i remember right it needs just as much editing as the original.
(and holy crap this is huge. 665 pages long! Maybe i should divide it)
Oh… Yeah… The third in the trilogy (though i think i planned five books total). Did i really write all this stuff?
A Tale of Two Ninja
My first real novel… and it’s a Naruto Fanfiction. Well, more like a fan fiction that takes place in that world. It doesn’t actually star Naruto or any of the main characters. It does have Shikamaru if you like him. The whole thing was written during the original Chuunin arc in… wow 2003. I am indeed old.
The Beautiful Game
A neurotic young woman receives an envelope offering her money in exchange for killing people she’s never met. Bored at her meager existence and mundane life she pursues the scant clues provided to find out what is truly going on.
A Nanowrimo contest entry i wrote back in…2006? Regardless, it’s incomplete and probably always will be. I pretty much stopped once i hit the 50,000 word count and didn’t touch it again for a few years. Actually seems okay considering i didn’t stop for anything.
No relation to football.
After Chapter Eleven i seemed to mix up a few things, writing random scenes in no particular order for ideas i wanted to follow later in the story. I’m afraid it doesn’t go anywhere further after that. Try not to get too attached to the characters…
The Crying Man
Oh wow i forgot all about this one. My first go at a NaNoWriMo, probably done about 2005. Join the adventures of a man trapped on a toilet. Watch in awe as i somehow make it last for 50,000 words. Still don’t entirely know how i did it.
Diary of a Swordsman
An experimental novel i wrote while playing Dark Souls 2, taking moments within the game and writing them as diary entries. The project kind of faded as Dark Souls absorbed more of my time that i just didn’t bother keeping up with the entries. It disappeared entirely when i completed the game.
Ermmm, i don’t entirely remember writing this. I mean i know i did, but i didn’t get far (15,000 words) and it kind of peters out without me getting anywhere with it. It’s entirely possible i didn’t even have an actual mystery to be solved at the time i started writing it. Anyway, join a detective trapped on the roadside who finds a mansion and a murder within. Can he solve it? The answer is no.
Aw man, another incomplete one (19004 words). A young girl lives with a mysterious power, the ability to go unnoticed by everyone she meets. Those around her don’t notice her. Those who speak to her quickly forget her. No friends. No family. She lives alone and content. Then someone says hello to her.
I actually really liked the concept behind this, but i never had the time/energy/whatever to go through it in full. Try to enjoy what you can.