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
-idonotexist- -idonotexist- May 12, 2018
I always do that. Except now I have no books because I had to make a new account, yay
-MUTT- -MUTT- 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.
Mariana_Colon Mariana_Colon Jan 09, 2018
The its doesn't bother me that much, but the rest make me stop reading the book
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.
starrcat starrcat May 02, 2017
THIS BOOK IS OLD BUT SAME.  I READ A FANFIC WHERE ONE OF THE CHARACTERS SELF HARMED AND THEN IT WASNT EVEN MENTIONED THROUGHOUT THE REST OF THE BOOK