The author of Koori does not Reijou no Tokashikata continues to ask for help to 'save' the work

The author of Koori does not Reijou no Tokashikata continues to ask for help to 'save' the work

For a few weeks we have reported that the author Kakeru Takamine shared an update on Twitter asking his followers to disseminate his novel Koori No Reijou No Tokashikata (How to Melt the Ice Queen's Heart), because he said they are at risk of being canceled in six months if he fails to increase his sales.

Previously, a Twitter user also shared an update showing that he had acquired twenty copies of the second volume to show his support for the work. The author responded to the publication with a thank you.

However, it seems that efforts have not been sufficient, since the author recently published a new update asking for recommendations to disseminate his work on another platform, selected Reddit on this occasion. "Apparently, today will be a night without being able to sleep. All in the West are awake at this time, right? I will join Reddit soon. I heard that there is a community of fanatics of light novels with more than 100,000 members. I'm trying to advertise my work as much as I can, so I'll appreciate if you recommend some communities ».

Kakeru Takamine and Ichigo Kagawa began the publication of light novels through the Futabasha publishing house in September 2020. The publisher published the second volume on March 30 in Japan. No database ready any preliminary work of the author, so this is the debut work.

Synopsis of Koori No Reijou No Tokashikata

Asahi Kagami, a very extroverted guy with a tendency to try to help anyone who needs it, turns out to be a neighbor and classmate of a girl named Fuyuka Himuro. At school, her companions nicknamed "the ice queen", and for a good reason: she prefers to keep everyone at a distance and rarely speaks with others. Neither Fuyuka ni Asahi have had the opportunity to interact with each other yet, but Asahi's tendency to intrude on other people's affairs, slowly but surely, marks the beginning of a relationship that blooms in something more ...

Source: Official Twitter Account

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