ApprenticePortentous, The Reader

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5/22/2020

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7/5/2020 11:19 AM

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The Jungle Book

Set during the British Empire, you become a naturalist (not to be confused with naturist) and travel to India in search of the skeleton of an extinct animal.

A literal take on the 'Welcome to the Jungle' competition.

Many thanks to instruMinstrel for proofreading and giving suggestions!

Disclaimer: Seeing as the author and characters are British, their exotic manner of spelling has been adhered to. Please do not tell me my spelling is 'wrong' - it is not 'wrong' but 'different'. (Unless I have actually spelt something wrong...)


Recent Posts

June is Noob Threshing Month! on 6/12/2020 3:45:49 PM

Oop, my bad.


June is Noob Threshing Month! on 6/12/2020 5:37:22 AM

@mizal, what's your criteria?


June is Noob Threshing Month! on 6/12/2020 5:35:09 AM

Edit lock.


June is Noob Threshing Month! on 6/12/2020 5:34:43 AM

In for 25


Noob contest? on 6/8/2020 4:25:40 AM

Well, I guess you'll just have to read my story when it's published ;)

But seriously. If furries dressed as bears isn't your kinda thing, I suggest you stay well away from it.


Noob contest? on 6/7/2020 4:41:51 PM

Oh, and as a complete noob, how long (say you do three-four hours every week) would it take you to write a 10K word story?


Noob contest? on 6/7/2020 4:40:25 PM

Thanks for the advice, I'm not sure if I'll be able to resist slipping a couple of furry teddy bears in though...


Noob contest? on 6/7/2020 4:31:50 PM

Hi everyone,

I'm pretty new to this site, and was considering trying out the 'Welcome to the Jungle' noob's contest. However, instruMinstrel and I (we're siblings) are only about half way through our first story. Also, I think I'm a fair bit younger than most people here, which is why I don't normally post anything, and so my style will probably be quite different from other people's. (There's a high risk of being cast into eternal SHAME, so I'm told.) What do you think?