Behold, a picture representing the major elements of the Homestuck/Hiveswap crossover with Stargate and Obduction that I’ve been writing.
I drew a thing. >_>
Gosh has it been a busy couple of months! >_> Short post because things are taking time.
Mystryal Book 1 finished uploading two weeks ago, and Book 2 just posted its second batch of updates today. There have been a few site updates to the Mystryal Blog in the mean time as well! Check them out. More consistently, I’ll be updating my progress on Tumblr via the Mystryal Tag than I have been here. Sorry. Will try to stop that and post here more often!
Dovah’s Mind is in the process of reuploading to Vid.me, we’re now starting into Disk 2 of that.
MYSTRYAL is a DETECTIVE SERIES set in a FANTASY WORLD similar to the ELDER SCROLLS or THE LORD OF THE RINGS. This is the WEB NOVEL version- put online with hopes to be picked up and published one day.
I’m tentatively rating it somewhere between TEEN and MATURE, TEEN-POINT 5? Is there an inbetween for that? *shrugs* Anyways, it’s primarily a MURDER MYSTERY series. If you’re okay with TV shows like BONES or CASTLE, you’ll probably be alright with this.
Updates will likely be once a week- with two chapters posted on Wednesdays- maybe more in a given week depending on how much progress I’ve made on other things.
If you’re interested in reading it, you can find it at https://mystryalnovel.wordpress.com/
If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll probably remember that this has been something I’ve been working on for a couple years now. I’ve decided I’m just going to put it online, and see if it gets interest built up. No sense sitting on it anymore.
There once was a Prestigious Smithy from Evermore,
He had an Apprentice, only one girl and no more.
And so to our Mother, a Child lamented, “I was denied apprenticeship,”
Not for lack of potential, The Smithy’s apprentice was just oh so lax,
So our Mother, Sweet Mother, sent her child by sea-fairing ship,
And they delivered upon the apprentice Sithis’ Deadliest Tax!
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