Hello, hello! I’m back on the writing grind, this time messing around with talking about anime titles I like and other related topics. Honestly, I really just wanted to tell that story about Heavy Object (which I still maintain is going to be a show about rocks), and everything else kind of just spun out of that. Anyways, hope you guys enjoy my first proper post in about two weeks! Hopefully you don’t find my writing muscles too stiff.
I kind of spoiled any bonus content by listing some of my favorite titles in the post proper, but I hope you guys will like what I came up with instead. A list of titles from the fantasy stories I talked about in the post! Yes, this is a look in the past life of a young Bless who wrote fiction, not anime criticism!
Lefur and the Five Gods: a short story about a young man who encounters a god who tells him, “Without love and trust, you cannot win the world.” He returns to his mother to tell her he will win the world for her, as she is his source of love and trust. Very anime, I know. Would you believe this was written ~8 years before I even knew what anime was?
Silver’s Gold: an unfinished fantasy novel series starting off with a destroyed village that forces a young boy out into a harsh world, where he meets a mysterious girl named Silver. The sequel novel follows the a girl who belong to a species of winged humans, and the next book in the series united both paths into an elite magical warrior group that defends a kingdom.
Cohretts: named for the continent on which the story takes place, a young man in his twenties leaves him home to join a group of international border guards, eventually finding his way into an elite group of magical warriors (sound familiar?) called the Glory Purgers, who are actually the good guys.
Untitled Project: I had many of these, but this one went by the working titles of Eridel, the name of the main character. Written in the wake of reading Eragon, it bears many similarities, but also represents my most successful foray into the land of fiction, as I complete over 170 single-spaced pages before I got bored and moved on to other projects.
A Restless Piece: filled with exotic humanoid species with fantastic powers, they all eventually join together in…you guessed it, an elite magical warriors group.
Blazing Swords: the very first fantasy story I ever wrote, it’s basically Ocarina of Time, but with more fire.
Six Heroes: a reimagining of the Bionicle story, except I wanted the Toa of Light to be a main characters, so he is.
Speed Twins: this is as far as I got.
Hope you guys enjoyed those! It was pretty fun for me to get to look back at my past writing life—I’ve come a long way!