As other reviewers pointed out, the MC leaves his boss thinking that he was killed in an assassination attempt against her. Naturally he does this to protect her feelings, fearing she will be hurt finding out his injuries were caused in the event... No, not making this up. This officially broke my immersion in the story. The stupidity in this is just off the charts. Had to drop the story be chapter 20 because of this.
If I find out later that the MC actually develops, and comes up with a reason for faking his death, making the people who care about him feel responsible for it, maybe I'll revisit it.
The first story she is successful in creating is based off school days, successfully creating the 'Nice Boat' ending. Allowing her character to become iconic. The next story thus far seems to be based off of Kings Avatar.
During the war chapter, the author says, no one would kill the citizens of occupied countries because of future tax revenues. So for the citizens its not a big difference if the rulers change. The naivety in this statement is so far beyond idiotic its staggering. Apparently rape and looting does not happen in this fantasy world.
During the same chapter, it says The army is under command of the general. There is no such thing like the king comes to the battle front. The king has to stay safe in the royal castle. I thought, seriously? Feudal era, the king absolutely has to be on the battlefield. They may not charge into battle, but they damn well have to be there.