How to Write Fanfiction and what NOT to do!

How to Write Fanfiction and what NOT to do!

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//MOSTLY ABANDONED// By halseyfrangipane- Updated Oct 04, 2016

things that you need to know and what piss me off

  • diy
  • fanfiction
  • fiction
  • grammar
  • howto
  • spelling
  • what
  • write
-blank281- -blank281- May 12
I always do that. Except now I have no books because I had to make a new account, yay
MxveAway MxveAway Oct 02, 2017
Well...its polite to have a trigger warning but not necessary. Like an author of a real, published book isnt just gonna interrupt the story and go "[TW!!]". Its okay to have the but its not like you'll die if you dont have one.
The its doesn't bother me that much, but the rest make me stop reading the book
Thatrandomgirl999 Thatrandomgirl999 Dec 08, 2017
THANK YOU SO MUCH 
                              I don't like when the characters recovers from self harm or other thinks alike to that in like a week, it's extremely unrealistic
Abeautifulsilence Abeautifulsilence Aug 23, 2017
I always make sure to put trigger warnings on my books. Always
yemihikari yemihikari Mar 14, 2017
As someone with dyslexia, I can attest to the fact homophones can be a problem, including the ones which are conjugations. While the difference may seem like a no brainier to yourself, for others it is a struggle.