Friday, August 24, 2018

New Chapters Up...

The end is nye but none too wrye...

as a certain hybrid East Asian/Welsh Dragon might say.


Hi again. Just news.

There's new chapters up for A Lady's Prerogative Book II: Wounded Aerth and The Butterfly Dragon II: What Different Eyes See.

If you haven't read any of the A Lady's Prerogative stories, I recommend that you start with A Lady's Prerogative Book I: The Yearning And The Learning. Its short and to the point and introduces all of the most prominent characters in a relatively short lightweight read.

From there, perhaps one of my best works to date (next to The Butterfly Dragon I: Heroes Of Our Own) in terms of prose and style would be A Lady's Prerogative Book II: Wounded Aerth which is a much more encompassing story.

I've added new artwork here and there and will be bouncing between art, writing, and coding over the next few weeks as much as I can take it. I've got a lot on my plate for a crazy person.

What Different Eyes in particular has changed significantly over the last two months in terms of its climax.

The newest chapters for What Different Eyes See since my last announcement are:

Norler, Sheng And Diplomacy

Walton Norler and the mysterious Mr. Sheng on a flight to Tokyo International Airport as they close in on the elusive Mr. George Steadman.

Garden Haiku

Heylyn prepares to engage the enemy in the Japanese Imperial Garden while the two delegations deal with being pinned in the gardens as the opposing forces fight it out.

The Last Option

George Steadman's plan comes to fruition and he makes way for destiny.

For Honour

Walton Norler. Mr. Sheng. The Canadian Federal Police Detachment Of The Canadian Embassy in Japan. The United States Marine Corp detachment of Japan. George Steadman and Future Tangent assets. Read it.

Stalemate

Alicia can't save the everyone in the delegations. Can she? Read it.

And finally some requests to make this world a bit better


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Don't trick other people into doing either of those things just to make them appear guilty of it.


Brian Joseph Johns
Regent Park - Toronto, Ontario, Canada