I have dozens of novels in progress (and I'm seriously not exaggerating) that I switch between constantly, so most of them are still in early development. So far it's just these two that I feel ready to share publicly. If you read them and have feedback, feel free to contact me over Reddit (Yujiri).

Pillars of Life (Finished)

A submissive boy in an oppressed land learns courage.

I just finished this recently and decided I couldn't keep it hidden any longer. That would just be wrong. I write stories for a reason (I'm sure it's obvious what that is if you read my religion pages), and I also need feedback so I know what to do better next time. So here you go. If you have something meaningful to say about it, preferably contact me over Reddit (username Yujiri). Also, don't be terribly surprised if you find like, a blatant inconsistency or something in this story; I changed a lot of things in the last couple weeks I was writing this for and it's not out of the question that I missed something.

Sci-fi alignment (working title) (last update: a long time ago. This novel is on hold for the time being.)

Four factions - lawful good, chaotic good, chaotic evil and lawful evil - vie for control of the city.

I've become more and more disillusioned with this story as time goes on. I'm not proud of it and I might decide to all-out scrap it at some point. It's not emotionally powerful, and it doesn't really have the potential to be. The pitch of this story was basically inspired by watching stuff like The Clone Wars and season 6 of one of the many iterations of the Ninja Turtles show: I wanted a more lighthearted, sort of episodic story about four factions fighting for control of a sci-fi city without the chains of black-and-white morality, or at least with two different blacks and two different whites. But I've started to feel that that was just uninspired compared to the other projects I have in store. The others may not succeed in being emotionally powerful, but at least they try.