Koji Kojou wanted to be a writer since he was in middle school, but the task of writing a book always seemed too daunting for him. Motivated by Japan’s web novel and DIY culture, as well as an “if they can do it, then so can I” attitude, Koji picked the quill back up over a decade later and rediscovered his passion for writing. Since then, Koji has self-published four books and has worked on several other small projects.
Koji plans on continuing his writing hobby for the foreseeable future.
Do You Want to Be Normal?
William was at the bottom of his high school’s social ladder. Given the nickname “Crybaby Bill” by his peers after a sudden emotional outburst, he had accepted his fate as a friendless loser… Until he joined the Normal Club. Led by the eerily robotic Alyssa Silverstein, the gang of weirdos participates in experiments, discusses love and relationships, and scrambles to put together a talent show performance
Our Bittersweet Electric Life
Ivan Argyle has a lot on his plate. He has an eccentric little sister to take care of, an increasingly-popular online fast food review show to film, an enormous crush on the girl who lives across from his apartment, and a weird ninja-girl stalker
My Stepsister Knows My Biggest Secret And She Wants to Tell Everyone!
It started off innocently enough. They were just doodles in a notebook; just a way to pass the time during class. It was something any bored teenager would do. However… those doodles eventually became a weapon that could end Spencer Sunday’s social life for good. A weapon that would fall into the hands of the worst possible individual: Claire, his prudish new stepsister. Koji Koujo’s full-length novel, inspired by Japanese comedic light novels, aims to portray western suburban life in a way that’s both laugh-inducing and tear-jerking. It’s a unique story about being true to yourself, and one that fans of light novels, manga, and western comedies can all enjoy.
Holographic Hearts: In Search of the Beautiful Fantasy World in Our Dreams… Maybe We’ll Find it Someday
“We lead lives of silence and loneliness, extending our hearts to each other as holograms displayed on glowing computer monitors. We escape to wonderful fantasy worlds, only to return to reality and find the same emptiness waiting for us over and over.
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