Intro to Cell Phone Novels Interview/Documentary is here!
Intro to Cell Phone Novels Documentary and Interview. All the info you need about what cell phone novels are, the history of where it comes from and how it started in North America, English cell phone novel literature style, Secondhand Memories, Textnovel, eMobo and more!
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University student and first award-winning pioneer English cell phone novelist in the West through textnovel.com Thank you for all the support! Wouldn’t be where I am today without you guys…=)
>>See Projects and Novels at the bottom of the page.
- A dystopian sci-fi philosophical prose novel that reflects our world
- A fantasy and sci-fi epic
The Fringe of District 24
- A semi-autobiographical journey of a musician
- An apocalyptic story
All's Well That Ends Well
- and of course most popular pioneer cell phone novel tale of young love
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Main Site - http://takatsu.wordpress.com
Youtube - http://youtube.com/takanovel
FB Page - http://facebook.com/secondhandmemories
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Goodreads - http://goodreads.com/takatsu
DeviantArt - http://takadango.deviantart.com
About the Author“Amazing how well you implement the first-person point of view... Hackneyed and cliche, some have said, but there’s just something about good writers and first person novels. You are definitely in one of them. Your voice really comes through. Some people will disagree and say, “Well of course. He’s writing in first person. It’s suppose to engage you in such a way.” But I would have to say that not all first-person novels come through as clean as yours does. Simply amazing.” -DiogenesMarx, textnovel.com
Takatsu is the pioneer English language cell phone novelist in the West, bringing a new literary movement from Japan for the past 5 years.
The author of Secondhand Memories has been writing since he was 10, an avid fan of fantasy novels, romance j-drama, punk rock and apples. Since then, he has started countless and an uncountable number of novels, some having only a first paragraph, some over a hundred pages, all of which have never been finished.
Enter Secondhand Memories: The first and most popular true cell phone novel and cell phone novelist in North America with over 80,000 words, over 45,000 views, thousands of fans and Book 1 in the process of editing and publication with Book 2 on its way. Started in January of 2009, written for fun, and surprisingly to the author, the novel has become widely popular amongst readers of all ages all across the globe on textnovel.com pioneering the Japanese cell phone novel movement in North America. On October 24th, 2009, Secondhand Memories won the Reader's Choice award in the textnovel contest amongst other awards that led up to the finals resulting in a literary agent contract. In 2010, Secondhand Memories was chosen to be published part of an English textbook in Japan as a reading comprehension exercise as a way to get students interested in English.
It is only thanks to readers all around the globe that allows this project to be so successful and together through the interaction of the internet and social media, fans, the author and the characters have journeyed through a lot.
Through the past five years, the cell phone novel movement has evolved and his works expanded to become more sophisticated philosophical poetic landscapes including "Move"
, "Fringe of District 24" and more. He continues on to step forward an ambitious prose fiction with "Espresso Love"
The CELL PHONE NOVEL is a literary style, genre, movement, fusing a short poetic format (approx. 100 word pages) with prose narration, originating from Japan, now in the West for the past 5 years. textnovel.com
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TAKATSU AS A MUSICIAN---------------------------
Takatsu who enjoys writing j-pop, pop rock / pop punk and acoustic music in Japanese and English, was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. With his heart left in Japan, he aspires to return to Tokyo one day.
He believes that music can change the world, one tune at a time. Music has always inspired him and he believes it is truly something that transcends all languages, becoming the language of the heart and soul. Having been inspired by music, he wishes to do the same for others.
In 2011, after the tsunami in Japan as a way to send a message of encouragement and hope to his friends and family and all who were affected by the disaster he wrote his first Japanese language song 明日の夢 or Ashita no Yume which means Tomorrow’s Dream. The following year he decided to fully produce the song and expand its influence to be shared amongst all who pursue dreams. Shortly after it sparked the creation of his first album, the Aozora EP officially released on March 29th, 2012. Since then, because of online fans around the globe, the EP has reached cities all over the world as well as passed on in person in Tokyo to artists and top producers from Sony Music Japan.
Check out the home portal page takatsu.tk
with access to Youtube, ReverbNation, Bandcamp and more