Starting work on Yugao now. Prologue is already done. Hoping to visit through chapter 1.

Some of you asked me how I translate. Look and these pictures and think, do you want to follow my footsteps?

Anyway, I’ll post a teaser of a random series one of these days. Stay tuned.

4 thoughts on “A little update on TP’s side.

  1. The symptoms—had already appeared.

    Everyone must have certainly thought about it.

    Hikaru had been looking unnatural before his 16th birthday, before his dazzling life withered to an end.

    His mood swings were very drastic, and he would often look into space with a lost look, but would then show a delighted smile. After laughing and fooling with the girls around him, he would then look down with a pale look.

    The school news once published a photo of him nearly drowning in the school pool deep into the night.

    It showed himself lying at the edge of the pool, panting, his drenched uniform was stuck on his body, and his tender libidinous skin was lambent under the moonlight.

    “I just thought of swimming out of a sudden.”

    He smiled as he said, his eyes fair like an angel.

    There was once when he overdosed on flu medicine, and fell down the stairs in the middle of clear.

    When he woke up in the infirmary, he merely said,

    “I had been unable to sleep recently, and I thought I could use flu medicine to replace sleeping pills, but I ended up with an overdose.”

    That spotless, resplendent face still brought about a smile.

    He again caused this immature commotion, and abashed the hearts of numerous girls admiring him. On one day, he was like a changed man, and showed a serene expression.


    At that time, you decided on the choice in your heart.

    If there was anything unnecessary, you would show it in front of me.

    But what I wanted to see more was what you were unwilling to show, something you cautiously hid deep within your heart, no matter how grotesque, bleak or harrowing it was.

    However, you still made the decision on your own.


    The decision you made

    Derailed everyone—

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