The Thumoslang Stories on Kindle Vella
Coming Soon in the Summer of 2021
Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev
The Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG) will soon tell the story of Thumoslang in an original series of short episodes on Amazon’s Kindle Vella. The series will be known to Kindle users simply as “Thumoslang Stories”. The booklet on this webpage tells you all about, as called for by its title, “The Thumoslang Stories on Kindle Vella”.
As required by the platform Kindle Vella, the series Thumoslang Stories will not be freely available outside a paywall. Until otherwise declared, the reader can access this series only on Kindel Vella, starting this summer (2021).
All stories in this series are falsifiable. Many are backed by a video on Ri4CTV, a YouTube channel now owned and operated by Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev.
In this series, whenever a video is mentioned, its YouTube ID is presented using the syntax (v=xy), or optionally the syntax [tt](v=xy), where xy is the video ID and tt is the video title. At the YouTube website, you may be able to search for the video using only its ID. Alternatively, use its title. The full video title may be included inline, appended below, or included in the episode’s author notes.
Here is an example. When you see a YouTube video ID such as (v=lQ2P8q13VDM), you can watch the video by aiming your browser at youtu.be/lQ2P8q13VDM.
In the first episode, Nickantony Quach tells you of his conversation with a high school student one week before graduation. Related to this episode are the two videos [What is Success? | Thumoslang Vocabulary | S2E1](v=BazijwZD5k0) and [Thumoslang Appearance | NDBaker93 | S19E03](v=J2DemiPnOJw) on Ri4CTV. Both videos captured how others reacted to the main concept as presented by the first episode.
In the second episode, Nick tells the story of how Alec Mustafayev (born 2002) and Jairson Ascencao (born 1999) became friends in late 2019. Related to this episode is the video [From Strangers to Relationship in 5 Meetings | NDBaker93 | S14E17](v=6Zn3d-OLauk) on Ri4CTV. In it, both Alec Mustafayev and Jairson Ascencao talk about their initial meetings.
In the third episode, Nick introduces Thumoslang in a surprising way. This introduction is based on the video [Relationship Count | NDBaker93 Thumoslang105 | S8E2](v=fAso8b69RXk) on Ri4CTV.
In the fourth episode, Nick tells the story of how Norman D. Baker (born 1993), a mutual friend of Jairson, was introduced to Rhode Island Foresight Television (Ri4CTV), a YouTube channel now owned and operated by Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev. The second half of this episode is based on the video [What is Leadership? How to Lead? | NDBaker93 | S1E12](v=ekIJ8MQdCGw) on Ri4CTV.
Most episodes, in addition to providing Thumoslang Education, serve as introductions to and glimpses into the lives of real people with real problems who are seeking practical solutions, such as David, Andy, and Frank. However, the episodes also maintain a consistent set of main characters who, among all the one-offs, possess an overarching plot. So far, these characters are Alec, Nick, and Jairson, and Norman.
Before the official release, QMG is predicting that the life of many readers of its Thumoslang Stories will be changed by the first episode. QMG also predicts the following.
The majority of the reader will change their life after they finish reading the first three episodes.
Most readers will change their life after they finish reading the first four episodes.
Revised at 4:04:19 PM on 5/21/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. Use the following link for the latest version of this document
To offer feedback or comment on anything presented herein or to obtain Thumoslang mentoring or other services, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group directly.