The newest user stumbled onto the homepage of James Leatherman. They looked around, unsure of what the site was about.
“Who is this guy?” He/she said as they shoved another Cheeto into his/her mouth. “And why should I care about him?”
James recoiled a bit at the blunt nature of the question, but he decided to create a homepage for those who had the same question. Should James continue to talk about himself in the third person? Read on to find out more!
The first thing that James did was to create a page for his books and original works. For now, he sells his works on Amazon only, so one will have to possess a Kindle (or the Kindle app) in order to read them. But don’t fret! These works are fantastic and fun to read. The newest series is called The Nivius, and it’s an epic saga that spans a century and involves time travel, magic, swords of fire, a ghost chaser, and maybe even a dragon or two. The first book is already for sale, and the second book is currently being revised. Overall, the series will have five books when it is finished.
Suddenly, James did something crazy. He created an entire section on his website devoted to fanfiction. Some might say that’s a bold move, but James is a bold guy, daring to go where others have gone before. Having the courage to put his own spin on the characters people love. Follow him as he takes us to a galaxy far far away, where Sam Beckett leaps into the Star Wars Universe. Or visit Staten Island and watch as Scooby Doo meets the Impractical Jokers. When asked if there is a limit to what James would write about, his only reply was: “See for yourself.” The sky is the limit, and James will take requests for fanfiction if you contact him.
So, the user stumbled away from the homepage, excited at all the fiction he/she has to read. And, in the end, everyone lived happily ever after. Except for the dragon. The dragon is going down.