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Chosha no Koutougakkou (PDF)
Royce Hampton left his hometown of Brainerd, Minnesota to move to Japan in order to escape his enraged family to start a new life. But this was not the only reason he embarked on this great adventure. It was not the only reason at all…
Royce Hampton gazed down at the empty page with his pen in hand. He knew what he wanted to write, but when the time came, he could not find the right words.
He surmised that it was the move from his hometown of Brainerd, Minnesota to Japan that might have given him writer’s block. As he gazed up and looked through the small window of his hotel room, the young author wondered if moving to this small town was way out of his league.
He knew the answer before he could contradict his own thoughts. He wanted to learn more about his competition: research about her and find out what she knew and how she did it.
The paper with the pale grid lines remained empty, begging to be filled with text, a responsibility that burdened him day after day. For a young man in his teens, he jumped into the big wide world and now had to pay the price, no matter how mundane it might seem.
“Geezzz… writing nothing is a pain in the ass,” Royce exhaled, staring at his transparent biro. “But I suppose someone has to do it.”
Royce strolled over to the room’s window and looked at his own reflection against the glass. He wondered what problems his appearance might cause at the local senior school in the town. After all, he had yet to start and being in a school full of Japanese students did bring a bead of sweat to his head. Then again, the thought of looking at all the hot Japanese girls in their mini skirts and stockings would make the whole experience unique.
But at least he could get away from his family and the trouble back home. His decision to leave home and take up residence in the small town of Naka was not a difficult choice to make. He went through the normal pitfalls of school, but it was just recently his family life went from bad to intolerable.