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Author has written 4 stories for Halo, and Elite.
16 February 2017
Chapter 17 has just been edited and proof-read extensively as I warm up to resume writing Chimera: Rogue. Time to finish what I started.
Feel free to add me if you ever want to play some Halo 5 or Elite Dangerous; GT is Katsuhiro 1139.
On Reading Orders.
So you've stumbled across this page and want to know where to begin. Here's the reading order so you're not missing any references or broader continuity:
1. The Enemy of my Enemy - set in the tail end of the Human-Covenant War, in and around the time of the Great Schism.
2. Halo: Chimera Rising - set 5 years later, in the time period of Halo 4. Full plot is posted but proof reading work is on-going (see above).
3. Halo: Chimera Rogue - set six months after Chimera Rising, and a few months before the events of Halo 5.
The two broader narratives from The Enemy of my Enemy and the Chimera series will intertwine at some point, but I really need to find out what horrible doom is threatening the galaxy in Halo 5 before I can push too far ahead.
All stories should be considered canonical (they're certainly written with the intention of being true to canon), and no you won't find major Halo franchise characters in my works - I flesh out the wider edges of the galaxy, seldom seen; so my stories can sit neatly within the established Halo framework. Here's hoping you'll find the characterisations satisfying enough to be at peace with that; and that you enjoy reading the stories as much as I enjoy writing them.
Please stop to leave a review - I'd like to know which parts of the story you enjoyed, and why.
I'm working with a particularly gifted friend of mine for some original artwork for my stories - I have received a draft cover for The Enemy of my Enemy, and it's amazing to see an image borne from something you wrote yourself. I'll post it as soon as it's finished.
On a closing note, people should go and check out Mr. 125's story Though Hell Should Bar The Way. It's the Thin Red Line of Halo stories, and it deserves a wider audience.