The story was loosely based on folk traditions compiled by Charles Perrault (1628-1703)
Nov 03, 2013 • 5,097 words • Ages 13+
Reiko says she's never afraid of living people. Every night, however, she's scared, believing she is hearing unnatural voices and noises inside her house, and that she's seeing shadowy forms moving inside her room. Isamu says he is a skeptic, and that he doesn't believe in supernatural things. Every day, however, after a peaceful night, he will be frightened by people with whom he has to deal daily. He says that living people can scare him to death. This is a story about fear, about love, and about the incompatibilities between love and fear.
Jan 26, 2014 • 4.00 hours • Ages 16+
In a distant or not so distant future, an unemployed teacher decides to venture into space to make enough money to save the life of his wife. While he's on a mission to extract minerals from a distant asteroid, the central computer of the spaceship alerts our spaceman that the three gynoid robots on board may have a malfunction and that they can enter at any time in what is called a state of "loss of vital extensions", or LOVE, for short. Of course you know that on stories of this kind things are never what they seemed to be.
Jun 14, 2016 • Ages 13+
The simple story is something like "Toire No Hanako meets The Question". Yes, the story builds over "The Question" with a cast composed of haunted teenagers like those from "Toire No Hanako", and with more than one question to be asked (hence "The Other Question"). Warning: Contains coarse language (and some terrible jokes ). Don't read it if you are easily offended.
Jun 26, 2017 • Ages 13+
After working for three years and four months (that means almost the entire life span of a normal android) on Mars, the android unit NeXT NGNAG17417 (also known as Jay-Long) returns to Earth in search of his maker, hoping she could put an end to his torment. Only problem is that the presence of androids on Earth is against the law, which puts Jay-Long against the android hunters, a special police unit known as the Running Blades.
May 08, 2016 • Ages 13+