Thank you!!! I'm delighted to hear that, thanks so much. It's always really nice to hear from readers who have been enjoying the story so far, helps remind me why I do this, for all the readers out there. I hope you enjoy all the rest of the story to come, too!
Thanks so much! Glad you've been enjoying the story! As for things in a similar style, I'm not really sure there's anything quite the same, at least not web serials. The closest thing I can think of these days would be the Japanese light novel series Otherside Picnic (which was inspired by some of the same sources as Katalepsis was). You might enjoy that!
I'm loving Katalepsis, but am now fully caught up and needing another fix while I wait. I love your writing style, setting, and characters. Do you have any writers or novels you could recommend that are like your own or that you personally enjoy?
Oooh, good question! One of the reasons I decided to write Katalepsis is because I couldn't find the same combination elsewhere. In an odd coincidence, this exact topic came up on the Katalepsis discord yesterday, and I joked that the real Katalepsis experience was playing Bloodborne on one monitor while watching slice of life anime on the other
John Dies at the End is a big influence on my kind of cosmic horror. I've recently read the Locked Tomb books, and A Memory Called Empire, which are both very lesbian and a lot of fun, but not fluffy. I'm reading through the Otherside Picnic novels right now, which are the closest match I can think of for something like Katalepsis, I guess! There's a boatload more authors I enjoy, but none of them are similar to what I write. I think. I'll let you know if I remember anything else.
Well since there is 109 chapters and it takes at least 10 to maybe 30 minutes to read each one, i don't think you need to get a chapter done every single week. You should take your time to think about every chapter and what you want to happen in them.