What I Learned From Writing A Light Novel In Like A Day Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Kanzi and Novel SentencesImmortal Songs 2 | 불후의 명곡 2 : Lyricist Lee Gunwoo Special [ENG/ 2018.01.27] 20 thoughts on “What I Learned From Writing A Light Novel In Like A Day” I think anyone can crank out 50k.words. . I guess you could call.it something. Write something good in a year. Then even if its not interesting. I think you.could. call it a light novel Reply so you're saying…eromanga is good? Reply Lol the first chapter is about a kid mowing a lawn xD Reply Hey Digi, how did you became a light nivel writer? I'm planning to travel to Japan and become one myself. However I know nothing about the industry. Can you make a video about it? Pretty please! Reply 1 day no rewrite? Wtf I didn't read the quality has to sucks a lot Reply Honestly this doesn’t really sound like much of a fiction. Reply I just wanted to ask one thing… How to publish it in Japan/States (Im from Indonesia thou) Reply This book Reply so you saying eromanga sensei is aoty Reply Mumkey's novel was better. Reply Where can I find the light novel? Reply Digibro: People finished it?Me: On 4th watching This is my jam. Reply What was this light novel called? Reply Well I am writing one but I am planning to make it a series if I can. I don't know. Reply This book Reply Anyone here know where i can post stories online? Well i mean like a site where you can post your own stories just for people to read? Does such a thing exist? I just wanna post stories and hear what other people have to say. Reply A clockwork Orange was written in 3 weeks maybe someday you can write a masterpiece in that amount of time Reply how can i submit my light novel? i want to try submitting my manuscript for evaluation.please reply Reply My friend tried that and his fucked head couldn't get past 30 pages Reply CONTENT MACHINE Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.