[New Edition Note: This is currently the fourth novel that is being worked on, and while this preview gives an idea of what to expect - it has been rewritten and is circulating in Kindle-published works. A release for it hasn't been set, but once new previews start appearing the release won't be far behind.
Presenting the original Space Race Championship preview.
You know me, I've always got ideas. I'm always storing them away for future reference. Whether fan fictions or original creations, I'm always considering them and changing them. From the two original creations on my website, Zincite Storm Cup, and the one being fully revitalised into a proper e-book - TV and Film Residential Camp - to the number of fan fictions like Pokémon: Shadow Boom, Star Wars: Darth Maul, and Doctor Who: Star Wars Chronicles.
Only one of each has been finished and so, while I am continuing with Doctor Who: The Star Wars Chronicles and TV and Film, I was wondering about those less fortunate fan fictions. The ones that have really only just been started. Animal Crossing: Time Origin and The Chameleon Chronicles fall under this category, even if Animal Crossing has two chapters to its name already.
Anyone can tell that I haven't been active, on either site. No new story posts, no new blog posts. In fact, apart from a small amount of posts on social networks, you'd be forgiven for thinking this operation had got the red light and been cancelled. Thankfully, it hasn't. I've just been super busy.
So, supposing you have read the pilot to the Animal Crossing story, you might be wondering the question of why. The answer is simple. While we have the games, we don't really have a concrete story to pan them out. Like, when does the Museum increase in size? When do Copper and Booker close up the Police Station to move to the gate?
One of the first two stories on CDSMEDIA, and the one that hasn't been added to for longest. Following the Shadow Pokémon and the revival of Team Snagem, it might seem entirely fictional.
But Orre is real in the Pokemon universe and Shadow Pokémon and Team Snagem are at the heart of it. References to Johto and Kanto are included and again - just like the anime - it follows the adventures of Ash. But why has Orre not been included in the Pokemon anime? Here I give my views.