Novels and Series
I’m publishing the first drafts of my longer series as web novels first. This means that I’ll upload them at a pace of one or two chapters a day here on my website. You can also find advanced chapters on my patreon page. After a volume is finished, I’ll edit it and then it’ll be published as a print and ebook.
Lovely Writing System
Follow Su Yan on his path to becoming the world’s greatest BL author … and to reluctantly becoming a beloved shou thanks to a shitty Lovely Writing System!
Oh. My. Fate?!
A slightly humorous cultivation novel with a handsome yandere dragon, a god ready to quit his job by chapter 3 and a god-turned-mortal, who is still blissfully unaware of everything. Well, that’s just how fate is.
Madam Yan’s Matchmaking Pavilion for Men
At the banks of the Fen Hua river stands Madam Yan’s Matchmaking Pavilion where even the most unlikely of lovers can make their wish for a future together come true.
Like a Ray in My Night
When the orphaned Yun Bei Fen becomes a disciple of the Teng Yong Sect and meets his senior martial brother Mei he finds a new goal in life: He wants to become a cultivator just as great as him!
But unbeknownst to him, Mei Chao Bing is torn between the loyalty to his sect and to his master who betrayed it. Faced with the disgust of all his fellow disciples it’s only that sweet little junior of his that keeps him there. But then even this special person seems to turn his back on him.
Now it depends on Yun Bei Fen’s ability to show him that he will indeed forever be his ray of light in the night of the world.
The Like a Ray in My Night Prequel: A Little Bunny Looking at the Moon
Elder Baili hadn’t had much luck with his disciples. The first was a martial arts-maniac that didn’t need him to pay any attention, one was a troublemaker that needed him to pay too much attention, the third was a beautiful flower that had other men paying way too much attention.
Now, all his hopes rested on his fourth and last disciple. Who could have known … He had taken in a little bunny that would spend all its days looking only at the moon.