Hello everyone, this is my first time with HJ Bunko, and ‘I, the Demon Lord, Took a Slave Elf as my Wife, but how do I Love Her?’ has been delivered to you. I am Teshima Fuminori.
This is the tale of the meeting between a man that walks a cruel life while gaining vast power and a beautiful girl, a great work of a pure love-drama as they strengthen their bonds (there’s an error in here).
Well, leaving the jokes aside, it’s an over the top fantasy for old time’s sake. There are swords and magic, elves and winged people, and things like beast-eared therianthropes. There’s even gods and Demon Lords, and maybe even demons. The currency is gold and silver, and if you’re out of money, you can act as a highwayman.
A boy comes to know that there are things you can’t get by force when he falls for an elf girl at first sight. That’s right, a mage that coops himself up inside a dingy lab doesn’t have any abilities to communicate. It’s hard to just watch over that pitiful first love. RPG type alternate world fantasies have probably been around for a few years, they’re kind of nostalgic, and kind of embarrassing, they’re rather conflicted feelings.
Talking of old times, COMTA-san, who is in charge of the illustrations for this was actually also in charge of the illustrations for Shadow Butler Mark’s Blunders, it’s the second time we’ve been paired up.
Thanks to that, as far as I know of quality and the like, I have a sense of security, and I’m thankful for that lack of anxiety.
As for my plans for the future, first, volume two of Desktop Army ‘Desktop Army The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ will go on sale this February.
Next, I’ve been put in charge of the novelisation of an anime that airs in the spring, Frame Arm Girls, and that should be on sale in April from Famitsu Bunko. I’ve also got another work ready to be published by Famitsu Bunko that should come out around the same time I think.
My thanks to everyone that has supported me this time.
To K-sama for all the advice in the planning of this book, to COMTA-sama for drawing up such wonderful illustrations, to everyone that helped with the cover design, proofreading, and publicising, to my children that have recently been making me omurice, and to you that picked up this book in the bookstore.
January 2017, Teshima Fuminori, building plastic models at night.
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