<hibernating> look for qs_ stories will be posted there.
I don't want to comment, but... alright, lady luck is literally on your side. I mean, I'm thinking Nina as the lady luck.
This story was the reason I like reading farm-related stories. The progress of the story was so good that I couldn't get enough. I'm looking for another farm story similar to this one, but I'm still looking for one.
If one is dedicated to learning, then it can.
HAHAHA. Sorry, a like for someone laughing out loud isn't enough to express my feelings. hahaha
I forgot the quotation marks. Here ""
And if she could, I'll gain wealth in-game and sell it for credits! Easy peasy
You are mentally tired yet suddenly it became good for checking the forums?
I have the same thoughts as everyone here. Is junk really that necessary? It's pretty painful. More likely a fancy way to say that it's a trash.
It's a mistake on my part. It should be "Activating Skill Clairvoyance Level 1". I'm using that in the following chapters.
By the way, I suggest you use comma instead of colon in your title. It will be much pleasing to see it that way. You can also capitalize the beginning letters of the subject and predicate to give a better effect. For instance, Lord Qui, I'm Nothing but a Mere Mortal.
The story is so good! I didn't even notice how far I am reading. "Draw" perfectly describes my emotions while reading it. It's funny and sweet. There's also the mystery part that "draws" me to keep reading it. Lim and Miya's behavior is natural for me. The foundation of each character is solid. Thumbs up 1000x!
Author improved her writing skills! Although it is pretty normal to someone with great ideas to not notice the spacings and capitalization sometimes. The narration was smooth going. One has no choice but to keep reading. And this is the first story that made me shock beyond comprehension. Ah! It also devirginized my mind. Bless me🤚
It's so cute. It reminds me of the manga I read. I can definitely say author is an otaku. The narration is neat as usual. The world background, although only by clues, is comprehensive. It's refreshing to read and the ambiance of the book is easygoing. Kudos!
You see, I like the exposition but I'm looking for the action of the story. The grief of the character being miserable was neatly written. Still, it's good ≡^ˇ^≡
Hope so. Haha