Solstice War Watch 7/24/15

Yo since I’m not gonna be on tumblr much anymore I might as well shill my projects on this blog instead (this is a concept that has been termed, by accredited scientists at robust research institutions, as “cross-promotion”). Chapter 41 of the Solstice War, Ghede River Warfare, is out. What is The Solstice War? It’s my free, online, original fiction serial novel about the war between the Federation of Northern States and the Socialist Dominances of Solstice for control of the Indo-African melange continent of Ayvarta. It’s got diverse characters, strong militaria, and it’s based on my obsessive knowledge of World War 2.

I originally planned to name this chapter “HAUS” but I only do the all-caps name chapters for when the thing in the title is really, really, really significant and hype. And Haus didn’t end up being both as I originally planned. In the original draft, Haus did way too much and it felt really forced and improbable, so I changed some things around, and instead gave the chapter a much more descriptive name, Ghede River Warfare. That’s out, and marks the end of the three-chapter Nocht mini-arc in the middle of the Rangda story arc. Next time we’re back to Rangda proper.

Keep your eyes peeled for more great Solstice War stuff, and if you enjoy the story, take a moment to vote on Top Web Fiction for The Solstice War. This helps other people find the story! Maybe they’ll enjoy it too!

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Madiha

Madiha is a creative writer and a lover of books, anime, manga, video games. You can contact her via email at wyattsalazar[at]gmail[dot]com.

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