Written By: Illise Montoya
Genre: Horror, Adventure, Romance, LGBT.
Rating: Mature (graphic violence, perverse sexual situations, and strong language) See below for trigger warnings.
Amaya Alastor is the new gaijin in Tokyo after an incident in California sends her packing. After all she’s been through, she just wants to keep her head down and do her schoolwork like any other sixteen-year-old. But when a range of bloody murders breakout near her home and school, she will have to overcome the same dark obstacles she tried to run from in America. Between demons and ghosts, school and family, love and BDSM, being a gaijin is the least of Amaya’s problems…
Author’s Note: I have no editor. No beta readers. Unlike other weblit authors, I post first draft work. The goal of the Akumu Love Panic project has always been to just write. To quote Art Arthur, a successful screenwriter: “Don’t get it right, get it written.” Free is free, and if you wish to be entertained, then this is certainly the story for you. Thank you for your understanding. The table of contents shows my editing progress so far.
Author’s SECOND Note: This is a general disclaimer. I take certain liberties with Japan’s geography, history, and beliefs to write this story. I have nothing but the utmost respect for the Land of the Rising Sun, and I hope everyone understands that just because certain details are omitted or changed, doesn’t mean I didn’t do my research. That said…
Trigger Warnings: Akumu Love Panic! is a story inspired in part by extreme Asian Cinema, meaning its content is graphic and controversial. Please take this general warning seriously. Central issues of the series include physical and spiritual violation, so therefor tagging every post is unfeasible. The possible triggers in a nutshell:
- Story Arc One features triggers for rape and sexual abuse, self-harm, extreme violence, pedophilia, and child death.
- Story Arc Two features triggers for rape and sexual abuse, self-harm, extreme violence, pedophilia, torture, and child death.
Akumu Love Panic! by Illise Montoya is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.