You have stumbled upon the works of D. Taylor, a freelance translator and author. I am a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, with a dual Bachelor’s of Arts in Linguistics and Japanese language, with over ten years of writing experience under my belt. Here you will find a collection of some of my work:
Wiki editing guide - A guide to editing and creating articles on a wiki created for a collaborative fiction project, written for a familiar audience.
Creative nonfiction - Thoughts and observations on local occurrences.
Literary - Classic works of fiction.
Song lyrics - Lyrics from soundtracks and pop artists.
Manga - Chapter 7 of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: JoJolion by Hirohiko Araki
Light novel - A small excerpt from a light novel.
MediaWiki - Installation, CSS customization and graphic design for a small-scale wiki geared towards a personal project.
"This is the only place in all of Vahleser you can traverse from?"
"Yes, in the North. In the South you may travel through the home of Umaveshra, but I hear he is nowhere near as welcoming as his twin."
Perched on post of my bed, just before my windowsill, was a crimson vision. A woman, who radiated with painful, brilliant light that faded only slowly stood on the toes of her crossed, long red boots. Her garb was all blinding whites and shocking reds, an elegantly crafted armour of ivory that curved and wrapped up her body, peaking at her shoulders, which sat wide beneath her long neck and poised face, her expression twisted and serious, her thick, dark lips set. In her hand, an ornate pole arm of immeasurable length was set to attack, the sharp tip of it glowing so brightly words could not describe, the opposite of the black hole’s glow that Coi exuded, a yang to yin, or so forth. A cape of straight red hair swayed behind her, disrupted by the violent light like kelp in the ocean or a flag in a breeze.
And that is what I saw in Santi’s eyes. Love, a true love, for her goddess. A love more like a madness, probably, that drove her to wield her vicious arm against any who would offend her truest lover, her one truth.
At least this is what I had to assume.