1. Re: What do you guys consider a success?

      I'll go ahead and sound mad cheesy, but as long as I have even one reader enjoying what I write, I count that as a success. I write because it's fun for me and as a way to relax. I have no real incentive (...)

    2. Re: I got my first 0.5 rating and now I'm sad.

      Just let it roll right off your shoulders. You're still ranked quite high and a few good reviews/ratings will get you right back up. You're ranked high enough where you know you're doing something right, (...)


      My story was rejected on my original request because I failed to follow the guidelines for submission correctly. Is it possible you failed to do so as well?  I am also somewhat confused by what you (...)

    4. Re: Why are Isekai's and LitRPGs so popular?

      Isekai is essentially wish-fulfilment, the genre. Felias summed it up perfectly. That isn't to say there are not tremendously well written Isekai that aren't just wish fulfillment, but I would argue (...)

    5. Re: Seeking Fantasy world setting

      Lost Magic fits a few of your preferences. Action and magic specifically. I wouldn't categorize it in the 'weak to strong' genre, but the characters are steadily developing new skills, though few of them (...)

    6. Re: Why it is hard to gain feedback at the start?

      The amount of work you put out greatly relates to the amount of feedback you will receive.  Attention spans are short and everyone is just sort of screaming into the void here, hoping to get noticed. (...)

    7. Re: new books NOT on hiatus

      Always rough when you hit that "I have read everything recommended" wall.  I write Lost Magic. It's a large cast fantasy novel. Updates twice a week and is currently seventy + chapters. No plan on going (...)

    8. Re: reviews and ratings, why am I not getting any?

      It is not uncommon. You have to assume the majority of readers are simply going to lurk. Then a % of that group with will comment, and an even smaller % of that group will actually write out a review. (...)

    9. Re: Writer's Origin Stories

      I started as a terrible fanfiction writer that received support from people who were far too nice considering the work I was putting out. From there I was pushed into trying original fiction and that snowballed (...)

    10. Re: How do i get followers

      You just have to produce content, as was said before. There is no secret beyond creating something people are interested in. It's pretty safe to assume that the majority of people that read aren't going (...)

    11. Re: Fantasy with no Game elements

      I write Lost Magic. No game elements, just fantasy. Quite a bit of action as I enjoy writing it.

    12. Re: Ya Know What? Go Ahead And Plug. Show Ya Stories

      I write the story Lost Magic, which follows the members of a faltering Magic Guild in a world that is devoid to magic. As such, they take less glamorous requests like bounty hunting, simple couriering (...)