Hey guys, apologies for the hiatus. I've finally managed to finish the next chapter. It's mainly told from Nanaki's POV, and recounts his capture by the Turks as seen in Before Crisis episode 18. Hope you enjoy it. You can read it online here, or download the chapter as a PDF here.
Also, I dunno why I didn't mention it before, but I've also released a preview eBook edition of The Cetran Legacy which covers the first 50 pages of the novel, available in multiple formats.
Please support my work on Patreon if you can by following either of the download links above.
Hey folks, just a little update on the project for those following it. I've posted the completed ch5 of The Cetran Legacy, covering events in the Gi Cave. You can read the whole thing online here, or download the chapter as a PDF here.
As part of my Patreon account, I also post author notes and behind-the-chapter pieces which delve into both my writing process and all the reasoning behind what content appears in the chapters. There's a lot more involved than perhaps meets the eye, so if you're a fan of Easter Eggs and expanding your FFVII knowledge, check out the links in this thread's first post.
Also, I've now made it much easier to arrange printed copies of the previous two volumes. I'm not involved in the process and don't see a penny of it, but the details are here for anyone interested.
Hey folks, chapter 6 of The Cetran Legacy is now up.
Followers of my FFVII work might know artist Crimson Sun and I are currently working on an exclusive novella for KupoCon, retelling the Nibelheim tragedy from the POV of various characters. We'll be keeping a lot of the project under wraps until it launches, but you can read the first chapter in full here. Please support my writing if you can by pledging a dollar or two a month. All the details are on my Patreon account.
Just bumping this to say that (after more than a year and a whole separate, standalone FFVII novella down), chapter 7 of The Cetran Legacy is now up online. Read it here or download the chapter PDF here. I've also updated the main post in this thread with new info, in case you might be inclined to check it out.