Oda Twin Chronicles 17

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Chapter 17: Pokémon Affinity

Fan Fiction inspired by Pokemon, Pokemon Conquest

Rating: Young Adult

[Shuko]

Shuichi and I met with Amy and Jun at the Celadon City Gym, where we rode together to Vermillion City, the hub for all airplanes in and out of the Kanto region. Jun informed us that there was no airport within Ransei for outsiders to land, due to its war-driven culture, so we landed on a small island off of its southern coast instead. We were then allowed access to the country by ship.

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NaNoWriMo 2013: 50,000 Mark

NaNoWriMo 2013 Winner
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NaNoWriMo 2013 Winner

This was my first year participating in National Novel Writing Month, and I’m happy to say I’ve completed the 50,000 word challenge!

Of course, technically the novel itself is still in a rough draft form, not to mention, the contents are roughly 60% complete. But NaNoWriMo’s goal is mainly to get words onto paper (or text documents) because that’s usually where writing extensively begins. It’s also the first step that many aspiring novelists seem to forget, which is simply just to write!

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Oda Twin Chronicles 16

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Chapter 16: “You are Never Alone”

Fan Fiction inspired by Pokemon, Pokemon Conquest

Rating: Young Adult

[Shuichi]

Shuko and I were very tired from all the events that happened today. I know it was Amy’s intention to let us have our space to learn more about each other, now that we knew we are brother and sister, but we also had a big day ahead of us.

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Oda Twin Chronicles 15

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Chapter 15: I’m Home

Fan Fiction inspired by Pokemon, Pokemon Conquest

Rating: Young Adult

[Shuko]

Shuichi was the only child of two humble parents in Celadon City. For thirty years, they watched joyously as their son grew up from being a scrawny little boy going through the ranks of the Celadon City Gym, to his entrance into the University of Pokémon Studies as a full-fledged professor. Shuichi went through his entire life never knowing what it was like to have siblings.

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