How To Live As A Writer In A Fantasy World [Complete Explained]

How To Live As A Writer In A Fantasy World is a unique fantasy novel with interesting characters. It is a fantasy genre with unique elements of action, adventure, and harem. 

The story of the novel is about a fantasy novelist who is born into a Middle Ages world. He has plans to write a novel. He discovers that fantasy creatures like demons and gods are real. His novel, “Xenon’s Saga,” became a hit and that shares the best information about demons.

The novel has 4.1/5.0 rating on the novelupdates platform. The book completes with 762 chapters online but it is still challenging to find the complete book online for free. The whole book’s English translation version is not available yet. It gets a monthly ranking of fifty-four on the novelupdates platform. Read about The Reason Why the Twin Lady Crossdresses now.

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Chapter 1 Highlights

Cecily, the princess of Helium and a demon, discusses her decision to attend Halo Academy with her father, Descal, the Demon King. They talk about the changes in perception towards demons due to a popular book called “Xenon’s Saga,”. It impacts the positive relations among races. Cecily plans to be confident in her identity and interact respectfully with others.

Chapter 2 Highlights

Isaac Ducker Michelle, a reincarnated individual, loves reading and is secretly the author of the popular novel “Xenon’s Biography.” He struggles with maintaining his academic life at the Halo Academy while keeping his authorship a secret. Meanwhile, the Crown Prince Leort and Princess Rina of the Minerva Empire are frustrated by the delayed release of the next volume of Xenon’s Biography and discuss their anticipation for the story.

Chapter 3 Highlights

Time passes quickly and the protagonist’s day of admission to the academy arrives. Their parents bid them farewell, and they receive a magical pen from their father. The pen can convert mana into ink, and it’s an expensive gift. 

Chapter 4 Highlights

Isaac, the protagonist, watches the speech with admiration. Isaac’s brother and sister, Dave, and Nicole, show up at the ceremony and reunite with him. Isaac heads to the dormitory after the ceremony.

The speech from Princess Cecily and the impact of Xenon’s biography are significant narrative elements. Cecily laughs at Rina’s embarrassment. Playful disbelief about something in the newspaper. Misunderstanding about newspaper content. Rina tries to explain herself. Friendship deepens between Cecily and Rina. Isaac sneezes on his manuscript. Frustration about saliva on the manuscript. Isaac tears the saliva-smudged manuscript.

Chapter 5 Highlights

The hostel features spacious single rooms, resembling apartments. Magical devices control temperature and offer a refrigerator-like contraption. The protagonist finds a perfectly fitting school uniform in their room. The Academy resembles a city, housing lecture buildings, shops, and more. The protagonist encounters an irate woman seeking a sold-out biography.

A fantasy world where human power and magic are prominent. Halo Academy has two hundred first-year students – 150 martial arts and 50 literature students. Education focuses on martial arts and magic, while literature remains important.

Chapter 6 Highlights

Marie is from the noble Requilis family, who held the status of duke in the Minerva Empire. The Duke of Requilis is known for practising “noblesse oblige,” a concept of noble responsibility. Isaac is familiar with the history of the Minerva Empire and appreciates the Requilis family’s reputation. The Halo Academy students attend a history class taught by Professor Beerus Artristan.

Students are asked about their understanding of knowledge. Rina, a student, emphasises knowledge to ascend socially. Cecily, a demon student, views knowledge as crucial for humanity’s distinction from beasts. Isaac, feeling pressured, provides an answer influenced by his Earthly knowledge: knowledge as power and a tool for civilization. Professor Beerus appreciates Isaac’s answer and rewards him with extra points.

Chapter 7 Highlights

A student named Isaac attends a fantasy academy where knowledge and culture are highly valued. The lecture sparks discussions about the book’s meaning and demons. Rina and Cecily approach isaac, curious about his chosen majors.

Chapter 8 Highlights

Marie and Rina, both familiar with each other, meet Isaac. Marie shows dissatisfaction, due to her aristocratic background, and Rina introduces herself as the first princess of the Minerva Empire. Cecily, a demon princess, also joins them. Isaac is overwhelmed by their beauty.Rina notices calluses on Isaac’s hand from writing and questions their origin.

Chapter 9 Highlights

The protagonist, Isaac, asks Rina about calluses on officers’ hands in the Imperial Palace. Rina explains that it’s due to manual writing. Isaac, trying to hide his identity as an author, claims his calluses are from studying. The conversation turns to hand appearances, and Cecily, a demon princess, reveals her callused hands from sword training. Isaac defends her and argues against racial discrimination. Professor Magner, the new magic professor, enters, expressing disdain for Xenon’s biography and magic knowledge dissemination. 

Chapter 10 Highlights

Isaac, a student at Halo Academy, has plenty of free time between classes. He finds himself contemplating his future after realising he must attend classes for several months with only a short break. The academy has eighteen majors, each with a maximum score of one hundred, but achieving 1200 points for a scholarship is impossible. Magic is intertwined with mathematics and physics in this world. Isaac meets Cecily, the Princess of Helium, who invites him to spend time together. They discuss their ages (Isaac is seventeen, Cecily is 105), and Cecily wonders about how demons are perceived. Isaac believes that demons cannot truly become human. The chapter ends with a tense atmosphere.

Chapter 11 Highlights

A race of demons, born from the devil’s deeds, grapple with their identity and discrimination in a world where they’re treated as devils despite their desire to live as humans. Princess Cecily of Helium questions the need for demons to live as humans. Demons struggle with their identity but aspire to be more human than actual humans. Isaac and Cecily’s conversation over dinner leads to a deeper understanding.

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Chapter 12 Highlights

The protagonist, who has reincarnated into a world resembling the Middle Ages, wakes up refreshed on the weekend. They reflect on their exercise routine and explore a well-equipped gymnasium. They consider takeout options, marvel at the world’s developed restaurant industry, and realize the absence of carbonated drinks. So, they decide to exercise and later visit the gymnasium to watch sparring, where they encounter their older sister, a martial arts assistant. While on their way to the gym’s training ground, a ball is thrown their way, causing frustration.

Chapter 13 Highlights

A prank involving a thrown ball has led to tension between Nicole and Adelia. Isaac, Nicole’s younger brother, witnesses their confrontation. Later, Adelia apologises to Isaac, revealing that she and Nicole are best friends.  Isaac then meets Leort, the Crown Prince of the Minerva Empire.

Chapter 14 Highlights

A tense seating arrangement puts the protagonist, Isaac, next to the Crown Prince, Leort, who threatened to imprison the author of Xenon’s biography. Leort reassures Isaac that he will not harm anyone, but the pressure remains. 

Chapter 15 Highlights

The protagonist had an unexpected meeting with someone named Leort, which did not hinder their writing momentum. They continue authoring a story involving a conflict between a commoner named Xenon and aristocrats. 

Chapter 16 Highlights

The protagonist, Isaac, is in a class where students assign group assignments. Professor Beerus announces a new assignment related to Xenon’s biography. Isaac, the author of that biography, worries about how to approach the assignment.

Chapter 17 Highlights

Isaac is particularly intrigued by a past tribal war between races. He is adept at writing and analysis. Professor Elena, an elf, notices his skills and offers him an elven history book. Cecily and Rina, fellow students, also interact with him.

Chapter 18 Highlights

Isaac arrives at Professor Elena’s lab at Halo Academy’s History Hall, a building representing different majors, and meets Professor Elena and her assistant, Cindy. 

Chapter 19 Highlights

A human protagonist in a fantasy world assists Cindy, an elf researcher, in improving her thesis writing skills. The protagonist realises that humans learn quickly compared to other races. 

Chapter 20 Highlights

A newspaper delivers to the protagonist’s dormitory, containing coverage about the eighth volume of Xenon’s Saga. They subscribe to both Heutor and Tutli newspapers. Heutor focuses on humans, Tutli covers assorted topics. The protagonist begins reading about Xenon’s Saga’s release in Heutor’s newspaper.

Chapter 21 Highlights

Marie informs the protagonist, the author of Xenon’s Saga, that her family has discovered the real author and plans to invite him to their mansion, suspecting that the protagonist might be an impersonator. She offers to take the protagonist to meet the real author and asks for history tutoring in return for revealing this information. Another student, Cecily, joins the conversation and learns about the disagreement between Marie and Rina over spoilers from the eighth volume of Xenon’s Saga. Marie examines an illustration of a steam locomotive in the book.

Chapter 22 Highlights

Humans are central in this world, but other races exist. Professor Roy explains unique traits: elves’ low population due to long reproductive cycles, beastmen’s cultural and historical factors that led to a small population, and tense relations between humans and beastmen due to past atrocities.

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