Lots of chapters ready for binge reads. Check 'em out or not, do what you want, I won't pressure anyone to subscribe to my novels. Anyways here's my many, many novels:
Name: Sky Garden
Genre: High Fantasy _Medical Drama
Summary: A young and gifted cleric of the northern kingdom find himself plague by visions that confuse and haunt him: a vulture with red smoke trailing behind it, a figure in black walking through a field of corpses, and the capital city of the eastern kingdom which he has never visited, he's never even left his home town more than thrice. These visions led him to not only run away from his home, but his kingdom and he ends up in the arms of a powerful magical doctor whom bears excessive iconography of vultures and sickness. What will happen when these two are in charge of saving the eastern kingdom from a terrible plague killing all of its residents?
Why you should read it?: Well, I've already got 40+ chapters uploaded, so if you get hooked, you won't have to wait to find out what happens next, I spent a good amount of time on the intricacies of the world-building for this novel so...it's just really descriptive and fun to read. You get to watch the MC come into his own power and placement in the world, so its good to see the growth.
Genre: High Fantasy Graphic Horror (It is almost all listed as mature due to gore and language)
Summary: A kingdom of magic, trade and the epicenter of innovation by the name of Sigia, is suddenly by surprise seized by a much larger, but less technological kingdom known as Lodor. All of the royal family is slain, the most brutal death being that of the second born princess: an extremely powerful mage and an even better swords-woman, slain in a trap due to Lodor knowing of her control over death with her magic, all was lost save for the eldest daughter who was given as a gift to the second born prince as a reason to stay in their newly conquered land, but years and years later, an assassin is sweeping their way across Lodor, killing nobles left and right with no mercy, extreme brutality and a heavily seen and felt pension for causing chaos, mayhem and bent on the destruction of Lodor from its interior...all they leave in their wake is D.B scrawled in blood on the wall...Who is this assassin? What ties do they have to the Sigian royal family? And why are they doing what they're doing?
Why you should read it? If you like horror or just want a refreshing break from the very, very heavy romance focused mass of the Tapas novels, nothing that there is wrong with the romance, but there is alot of it there, how about a horror novel filled with profanity, anatomy class accurate gore, an MC who's the Bad guy and a novel that does make you think about the trivial aspects of war, politics and what makes someone good.
Name: Shrouds and Stilettos
Genre: High Fantasy LGBT Romance/Drama
Summary: Two kingdoms whom have been at war for decades is plagued, not by destruction, but by the masses forgetting what caused the war to start. A strait that separates the two suddenly surges and the prince of the more southern kingdom rushes to see what happens and finds a figure: in the black armor of their enemy kingdom, but what happens when he takes the soldier in and finds them to be the prince of the other kingdom...and that the other prince is offering his own hand in marriage to stop the war. Will their plan work? What caused the war? And can they work out well together?
Why you should read it? I tried to stay as far away from the normal BL tropes and instead see this one as not BL, but an LGBT+ novel that happens to have two guys in a relationship as the main premise, working how the two's relationship affects the war, how the two go about their relationship and how they try to smooth things over is also a far step from what most people think of as relationship hurdles.
Genre: Science Fiction, Romance
Summary: A few centuries ago, Earth was destroyed by global warming, the seas flooded, the deserts became all, but oceans of molten glass and sand, air was toxic and people had to find a way to survive and did so, by modifying human DNA with that of animals to give themselves the traits animals use to survive the new world. Now, a socialite man of the ocean country/city wakes up to find himself engaged to an heiress of the desert country/city, he thinks he finds a similar soul in someone who likes partying, drinking and shopping, but ends up finding someone not only like him, but an impossibly smart doctor, someone who's business savvy and who is seen as a proper successor for her family's company unlike him. Learn how the two go about their whirlwind romance, how he learns to stand proudly beside someone who makes him feel so small and the trials and tribulations of the new different Earth.
Why you should read it?: It's my smallest novel so far, but it is a fun read. I got to have fun with making up all sorts of futuristic tech, how people looked and things of that sort, but a majority of the science in the novels is based in actual science so its not too hard to digest sci-fi. The romance is raw, real and passionate, but has its more fluffy moments.
Name: Paradise Academy
Genre: Low Fantasy, Slice of Life (Some drama with: LGBT+ issues, racism, homophobia amongst others all while in magic college)
Summary: Kain has always been unique, his mom was beloved by all who met her, but when she dies...its like all light vanishes from his life, for some reason he's always had a knack for making strange things happen: he wanted a new toy as a kid and it would soon appear on the doorstep with a pretty bow, he wanted something to happen to someone and it would happen. One day, he receives a letter from a college claiming to know who and what he is and how they can help him understand why he can do what he can. Soon after entering the college though, a group of his friends and himself are swept up into some form of duty or job to protect their world...So, how does Kain, a man who just days prior had no idea what he was or why he could do things, is suddenly thrust into the position of protecting the new...magical...world he finds himself in.
Why you should read it?: It is one of my newer books, but I tried to make it as real feeling as possible, but embellish it with the magic aspects, there was no prophecy or anything that made Kain's Mom die or anything of that sort, none of his friends are some chosen one figure or anything. It's just a mess of college life, magic and a strange duty to protect those around him despite not knowing why.
Alright, last one here:
Name: The Weirdos in 1642
Genre: Low Fantasy Goth Drama/Comedy with heavy romance moments
Summary: Everyone has those weird neighbors: someone who was ancient when you were a kid that never seems to age or die, someone with a weird habit, dresses weirdly or acts strange, but these neighbors take the cake: the mom and dad are often seen tangoing across their dinning table or along the roof lines, the eldest daughter collections weaponry and poisonous snakes, the eldest son has a man scientist's lab for a bedroom, then there's the twins: the overly quiet boy and the exuberant, but history and bug obsessed daughter. A pet tiger named Spot, a few vultures, a hearse as a family car and a few other quirks tie this family up in a pretty bow. James Smile, the neighbor across the street soon finds a quick and good friend in the eldest daughter, but what happens when he realizes their goth aesthetic and odd mannerisms may be covering up something...far darker?
Why you should read it?" This is my newest novel, so the updates are happening faster than my others because the story-line is right at the front of my ideas. Intricate and beautiful imagery, quirky comedy moments with the family flipped with heart-breaking drama the next page then flipped to something else the next. It has its darker moments, but every story needs something to keep the story moving forward.
Alright, I'm done, that's all of my novels, sorry for the massive text block. I write a lot.