Author’s Notes (1): A Few Things to Say

Before you go ahead and read this novel, you should understand a few things. This novel can probably detect the age and personality of some readers.

Because this novel has some obstructions, new and young readers that haven’t read a lot of novels might not find this novel as enjoyable as old readers that have read a lot of novels.

From the time I wrote the book, I realized that Chapter 13: Crippling One’s Own Cultivation is the best at detecting a reader’s age and personality.

Why do I say that? Well, this has to start with me, so let me tell you a bit about myself first. Before I became an author, I was a reader. I have read novels for 10 years, and now my taste is hard to satisfy. Many of the books I read before can hardly satisfy me now. I also found it difficult to accept new books.

Basically, it was really hard for me to find a book that could fit my taste, so I decided to write a book that would fit my taste by myself. The main characters would have their brains and intelligence online, and they all have their own personalities and talents. There also wouldn’t be logical flows in the plot.

Now, let’s go back to talking about chapter 13. Some people think that there’s something wrong with the heroine(s), but readers that have reached a certain age wouldn’t think so. Most of the readers that think there’s something wrong with the heroine(s) are basically either new readers that haven’t read much, hot-tempered people, or readers that “read” by reading 10 lines at once.

I have written down the heroine’s emotions and thoughts very clearly from the beginning all the way through the end, but I’m not going to spoil it here. Anyways, everyone has their own opinions and tastes, and everyone will look at a certain situation in a different way and have a different opinion about the situation.

But if you really want to comment, then please carefully finish reading chapter 13, combine the heroine’s thoughts and attitudes toward the male protagonist, think about it, and then comment.

Of course, the number of readers who do comment is minuscule compared to the total amount of readers, so I think that most readers can understand the heroine’s emotions and thoughts.

To sum it all up, read chapter 13 first. If you think there isn’t a problem or there is only a little bit of a problem but can still manage, then this novel will definitely fit your taste. The more chapters you get through, the more it will show the male protagonist’s intelligence and emotional intelligence, as well as the heroines’ different personalities.

Sometimes, if you don’t read the comments, you might indulge yourself in the book a bit more and not get swept away by the rhythm of the people in the comments section. Of course, there are many talented people in the comments section, and I really do enjoy being there.

Well, that’s all, so go and read now. I can’t promise anything for new readers, but for old readers, I think that this book will really fit your taste.

PS: although this book has a system, it won’t give any missions or guide the protagonist to do anything. The beginning of the novel will mention the system, but it will rarely appear in the later chapters.

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