@MystenNxir I'm glad to hear that! I've always limited the paragraph's max length to a certain amount(about 3-4 lines in google docs), so I was quite worried about it. Thank you for your support, it means a lot to me!
@Mattirro I'll do my best to not fall off, and even if some harsh wind will try to push me down, I'll throw a hook and rope to get back up! To be completely honest, the only thing that could ever stop me would be financial problems—and that's what amazon's there for(and once I solve my problem with writing speed, I'll write advance chapters to put on patreon too). While I'd love to keep writing forever without caring about money, an empty stomach would slow me down quite a lot. So... yeah, I'll do my best! Thank you for your(and everyone else's) support!
@Mattirro Reading it again after a few days, I see that it is indeed better than I thought. There are a few scenes that feel a bit 'rushed', but as you said, further details should solve that problem. Thank you!
@MystenNxir I see—noted that for future chapters! I had initially feared it would seem annoying to read a description of the same place multiple times, but I agree that a few sentences shouldn't hurt. Thank you!
@Mattirro Thank you, I'll do my best! Also, outrageous, huh... that word indeed does fit some of his behaviors. Sometimes, even I am surprised by what he does as I write it.
@Mattirro It isn't yet written and I'm releasing each chapter as soon as I write it, so I fear that—while I would like to release it even now—it isn't possible.
@Kokan702 Hearing that makes me really happy, thank you! About the slow release rate, it is indeed true, and I'm sorry for that. My actual aim is to release one chapter a day, however, I'm having difficulties to even come close to such speed because of my perfectionism toward writing quality. To make an example, I've spent half of today's time just to write the last 7 paragraphs of the 11th chapter. While I would love to be faster, I get this "need" to correct a sentence that doesn't sound right before being able to go to the next one. I'm currently trying to ignore such impulse and write first to then edit later, which will hopefully lead to an increase in the overall writing speed.