So, websites online….

Update: 22/07/2017:
Too longer than normal to get the artwork done. oh well, here is chapter 6 & 7, chapter 8 (final) will be added once written.

Read Chapter 6
Read Chapter 7

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Update: 23/02/2017:
And added chapter 5. Read it here if interested

Read Chapter 5

PS: Seems I finally got the comment system work too, yay! :p

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Update: 22/02/2017:
So, changed the crappy background out with a more colourful one which should set the theme better. Still struggling with the overall layout but i’ll get that fixed at some point.

In the meantime then I have added Chapter 4 to the list. Note that this is “Web format” meaning the grammar and tense/plot might have holes or bugs but the story should still flow nicely.

Read Chapter 4

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As the title says, my “website” is now online. Kinda looks like crap but… meh, it will be changed in time.

So what is it all about? Quite simple. This is a website made to feature a fantasy webnovel. Will still be dabbling around to fix this intro text but just not sure how to start it out to make it interesting.

For now then chapter 1, 2 and 3 are online (with pictures! Manga style cause I am a nerd) so do feel free take a look/read. Some of it may be “dull” and other stuff might be “good”. I’ll leave it for you the reader (if there are any) to review that.

Ill add more stuff over time (especially a better design) but for now feel free to have a read:

Sword & Sorcery Chapter List – Volume 1:
Read Chapter 1
Read Chapter 2
Read Chapter 3

11 Responses to So, websites online….

  1. iAquaLinkpbb says:

    XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .

  2. Blenderavt says:

    mostly in monasteries.

  3. Airbladeiny says:

    Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration

  4. Seriesvqb says:

    reproduced by hand, in contrast

  5. Flashpaqsii says:

    XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .

  6. Incipiosec says:

    elements (case, binding).

  7. Weaponvtg says:

    By the end of the 15th century, 35

  8. Beaterfkg says:

    Preserved about 300 thousand.

  9. Rigidffu says:

    The most common form

  10. Milwaukeegkq says:

    “Julia’s Garland” (fr. Guirlande de Julie)

  11. Premiumqbm says:

    handwritten books were made,

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