The hacker Sekirei wiped away drool, and tried for an innocent smile. “Minato may not look like much, but he really does think things through. Continue reading
Let Them Eat Stake, by Sarah Zettel, is an interesting example of the second book in a series being noticeably better than the first.
In the first book, A Taste of the Nightlife, the author was trying to worldbuild and establish her characters at the same time; Continue reading
“Passed out right there on the floor,” Matsu said clinically, as Kagari tried to shake off disturbing images of Miya’s demon-masks. Continue reading
How much of that is being Sekirei, and how much is Minaka’s damn game?
He didn’t know. Without the Sekirei Plan he could have at least tried to be normal, even with Sekirei literally crawling out of the walls to make him their Ashikabi- Continue reading
A/N: Another bit of the backstory leading to NYC.
The clinic doctor said I can probably get rid of the sling in a few more days. Minato ate carefully, trying to ignore waiting death and juggle everything one-handed. Continue reading
I never know everything about a world when I first write the story. Continue reading
About a month earlier.
I don’t believe it. Minato rubbed at the bathroom mirror, just in case a stray spot of soap was fooling his eyes. Come on, I’m only nineteen! Continue reading