Stone Burners is a place for me to write about a superhero world. I will try to make at least somewhat realistic, but the primary goal of all of this is to have fun with it. I have little experience in the ways of actually writing for other people, and as such constructive feedback would be absolutely fantastic.

I got a lot of inspiration from Worm, both from the world itself as well as its author, Wildbow. If you haven’t read Worm yet, do so now. This site isn’t going anywhere. Back? Good. Additional inspiration is from David Wong, author of John Dies at the End. My pitiful words cannot do either Wildbow or David justice, so just trust me when I say they are good.

Anyway, this story is about a maybe mutant girl who wakes up in a city with no memories. Starts here. Read on and thank you for choosing Syphax publications.

Want/need to contact me? Do so at syphaxbox@gmail.com


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  1. I think you are selling yourself a bit short here. Your serial is close to if not on the same level as Worm. I would even take the step and say that your character development is better than Worm (Wildbow have improved greatly on that front since worm though).

    And you don’t have the same problem Wildbow had in Worm where he packed slightly to much action into the serial.

  2. I agree with Thor’s earlier comment. You have one of the best web fiction serials I have ever read. The pacing is perfect and your ability to come up with unique plot twists (something that is easier said than done) means I never know what to expect.

    Your characters are honestly some of the most interesting individuals I’ve seen in a story. I admire you’re ability to make all of them seem so real and relatable. None of them ended up as I thought they would and you have managed to defy all of the cliche pitfalls of other writers.

    As good as Worm was there were several points in time where I found myself skimming through the chapters since certain points in the story (in my opinion) contained far too much fluff or were too repetitive to hold my interest. With your story I read it back to back and never felt my interest waver for a second.

    This is all coming from someone who considers themselves a harsh critic of literature and who has read nonstop since childhood. There is very little I would change about your story and I look forward to all you have to offer as a writer.

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