I'm passionate about books. Thus I began my story as a writer. Read me.
thanks for having read so far i agree with you tbh when i wrote, i didn't do it for the reader, i did it for myself
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yeah it seems to be a thing with my book; readers get confused I'm glad you stuck with it too
yeah about other pov i got you covered there will be many important characters in this story glad you had a good time too that's great your comment about the aligning of authors with their MC is interesting. I never really thought about it but it makes sense people would do that. I actually do that too if you wanna know. MC's so immature for now cuz well that's the way he gotta be. wouldn't make sense to have him be super serious and stern about everything (I know you agree with me). I plan on a huge kind of character development for MC. by the end of the story, let's just say that he is different. really, really different. BUT ANYWAY, this was just me chatting about that. thank you for the advices, that's constructive. glad you read me
he'll forge himself his own identity. there will be romance yeah. about a harem, I don't tag the book #harem but there will be errmmmmmmmmmm how to put this? lots of romances with MC; so that's that. I could tag the book with harem but don't wanna.
well, throughout the story you'll see he isn't really stupid. it's not he isn't capable of thinking like an adult or anything. he only behaves childishly since it appears to be fun. naturally, he'll mature soon enough tho. like I said anyway, he isn't stupid in the sense he isn't capable of using his head, hm. he's just messing around ALOT for now; but he'll come around
well wasn't that dude only that swordsman's sibling? not MC's duh
I'm the author and don't see this as constructive criticism, no. The MC is basically a baby at first. Just got his 'sense of self' on hand. He's not ruthless. When he kill humans he thinks that's just the way. That's what he's been taught right from the get-go. This is nurture. Well, there's a lot to tell; but with just this point, you can see your opinion is not founded at all. Anyway, thanks for reading the few you read, man. I appreciate it. About the writing quality not being to its top, I must agree with you. Thanks for your review too. I mean what I wrote with respect. To anyone who reads this, you should try and at least read the first book (it's entirely free) in its entirety. You can't see what the story will be like if you don't. Or at the very least the first 35 chapters or so. It's deeper than that above.