Wizard! Chapter 123 + Q & A

I’m doing a formal Q & A for my stories. I’ll be gathering questions for ~ a week, then I will try to answer them.

Some guidelines:

  1. I won’t answer anything that’s a spoiler as of the latest chapters
  2. I’m mostly doing this because some things that happened might not have been exactly clear in the chapters, either because it didn’t fit well to have a more thorough explanation, or because I forgot that people don’t know what’s going on in my head, or because people just didn’t understand what I wrote
  3. I reserve the right to not answer questions for any reason
  4. Leave your questions as comments on the chapter announcements (here) or the reddit posts.

Now that that’s out of the way, here’s Wizard! Chapter 123.

Don’t forget that sharing with people you think will like any of the things I write will be quite helpful.

You can also support me on Patreon, which will eventually lead to more chapters per week. I would greatly appreciate it.

Previously this week:

Wizard! Chapter 121.

Wizard Chapter 122.

Many Worlds Chapter 60.

Many Worlds Chapter 61.

Last week’s chapters:

Wizard! Chapter 118.

Wizard! Chapter 119.

Wizard! Chapter 120.

Many Worlds Chapter 58.

Many Worlds Chapter 59.

4 Replies to “Wizard! Chapter 123 + Q & A”

  1. I’ve got a question~
    Why do I like your stories that much? I think they are some of the best stories I’ve ever seen.
    And also, how can you write that much? I’m envious.

    1. The first question is a mystery, and I can’t tell you about the drugs I send through the keyboard. Dangit.

      As a serious answer to the second question, for me it helped to have a schedule and set a goal for how much I have to write. Just don’t start with too high of a goal because you’ll just not be happy. However, I also wouldn’t start with restricting yourself to a specific story. Whatever you feel capable of writing at the moment is good enough. Then eventually you can work up to writing more and something specific :p

      1. Thanks! Someday, surely, I will write a story that satisfies me. Someday. Surely.

      2. I can’t help you with that part. I’m one of those few people who just start happy with what they produce, instead of apparently immediately hating my own work after I finish it. (At least, that’s something a lot of people seem to feel :P)

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