Movingstone's collection of stories
Introduction: Why do I write? In all honesty, my English isn't really the best, but it kinda getting better. I started writing in 7th grade for a comic project for an English Second Language class. At the time, I was a stereotypical Asian student. But deep down, I was a trouble child. I didn't really know who I was. My past was murky with abuses both sexual and physical. When I joined this website back in 2006, I found an outlet for my issues with communication. Trying to pretend to be a tough heterosexual internet guy, hiding behind toilet humors. And thanks gosh, that this website provided me an audience for my shitty stories. I write because I want to escape. I write because I couldn't handle reality problems. I write because I want to find myself in all those stories. I write because I want to communicate how I feels.
Recently, I found some time to pick up writing again. Hopefully for the better. I want to incorporate Chinese wuxia elements, Japanese manga/anime, and Western fantasy and slice of life elements in my writing. The writings I posted here are a few years old but I think I will update in my series again. If I can find an audience :)
Riley- This is a stand alone story for now. I was going to mixed up slice of life genre, X-men/Heroes related themes, but I haven't continue for a while. Rated PG13-16
Sign of Dragons- This story began as an amateur comic strip project for 7th grade. I fleshed out the world pretty well and know how the story played out but I haven't put them on paper yet. The whole chapter is posted on my tumblr. I post excerpts of the chapters here :D
Chapter 1: The Strangers in a Daydream
Chapter 2: Conflict at the Gym
Chapter 3 is coming soon
And the blueprint for this story is http://mangahelpers.com/forum/showth...ragons-Ch-1-6?
Re: Movingstone's collection of stories
I like your stories, but the one that really hooked me since the beginning was the first one. I wanted to know what was happening and really wanted the friend to catch up to find out the mystery. Good job:)