James D.R. Smith
Growing up in the northern reaches of New Hampshire, I gained a deep appreciation for nature and our own, individual, tiny roles within it.
I started writing when I was quite young -- alternate or extended endings to games like Final Fantasy, if I remember properly, and always maintained a deep fascination for the realms of fantasy. I dreamed of journeying out into the world, carving my own way -- I majored in writing at Plymouth State University and eventually I got the opportunity to study in Japan, and my experiences there deeply affect my writing.
Upon graduation, I deepened my love affair with Asia by choosing to teach English in South Korea. I've been here off and on for many years, expanding my experience with the hopes it makes me a better writer.
Years later, with support and encouragement from friends and family, I finished the first three cantos of the F-Infinity Saga and decided, at last, to share my unique perspective ensconced therein with the rest of the world. Please enjoy, and look forward to my offerings in the future as well!
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Hero/Zero, Press Start
by James D.R. Smith
What happens to the hero of a game once his adventure is over: given he has no education, job training, or peace-time skills?
One year after defeating the demon king, the aptly named Hero is now jobless, homeless, and has a rap sheet longer than his arm for all the items he stole during his adventure.
Together with his foul-mouthed holy sword, Hero needs to find his place in a post-game world.
F-Infinity Saga Canto I
by James D.R. Smith
Find out what happens when magic and technology clash in the world's final days!
Ascended are damned souls, weapons abandoned by both Heaven and Hell in ages long past, doomed and bound to the Earth, born and reborn.
But when Seven Kharaos, a unique first-generation Ascended appears, with the power to redefine the very rules of the universe, some see it as an opportunity to end their long exile.
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