Yo~ I can't post links yet, but it'll come up if you search Orc Lord on RoyalRoadL. So, I like writing from fun templates and putting my own spin on them. My story Orc Lord is based on the Isekai template, with the "reincarnated as a non-human" sub-template~ Volume one has already been drafted at 571 pages. Volume two (when I'm writing this) is 126 pages. I think there's going to be 5 volumes, so I'll be at this for a while. Currently, I'm writing the web draft of volume two while also writing my other story, editing volume one for its ultimate ebook form, and attending 18 hours of classes. In short, I'm pacing myself. I guess if there are things I'd like advice on, it would be things to fix in the first volume, fun ideas for the following volumes, and, uh, concerns. Also, I'd just like it if this thread helps more people to find and enjoy my work~ Synopsis: A young (reasonably well-adjusted) woman from earth dies in a car accident. She finds herself waking up as an infant, and soon realizes that she's been reborn... into a fantasy world... as an Orc. She proceeds to do stuff. The story has a heavy emphasis on what people are thinking when they take specific actions. There is basically no romance, let alone a reverse-harem. For those who aren't bothered by (major) spoilers, here are more details: Spoiler Well, it turns out the woman had something called the Lord Spirit attached to her soul when she was being reincarnated. It picked her out, out of everyone else, as being the most likely to cause a lot of conflicts. Thus, the new Orc Lord was born! And it seems like it made a good choice. Without even being a year old, the woman usurped her village chief, nearly genocided more than one race of Monsters, has engaged in brainwashing, enslaving, cannibalizing, resurrecting the dead, and (very soon) will create a new form of undead. Not to mention the fact that she's encouraging the reemergence of a dead race that will literally kill the Gods if they are allowed to live, all while being a fairly friendly, cheerful woman who doesn't particularly mean any harm. That gap between her character and her actions means that almost no appeal will be able to permanently correct her actions.