Guide To Fan Fiction
Libraries: Writing Tutorials
Published on / 11 Chapter(s) / 5 Review(s)
by: Dr. Merlin (alias Melissa Wilson) email@example.com Copyright 1996, 2004
Chapter 1, Ch.1 Introduction
Hi there. So you want to write fan fiction. Maybe you've already written a story or two, posted them to the appropriate newsgroups, and have received feedback, mostly positive. If so, you're probably feeling pretty good, and thinking to yourself, "I shouldn't be reading this. I already know how to write this stuff, and it's easy." Who knows? Maybe you honestly don't need it. Maybe you're the next Alice Walker, or John Irving (or Kibo, for that matter). If so, you don't need to be reading this. However, if one or two of the responses you received were less than favorable, if someone was confused, or even if you got a lot less fanmail than you anticipated, maybe you should take the time to read now. Heck, it's only advice, and it's relatively free, depending on what service you're using to access (my own service is school-related, so I only have to pay $ 2500/year plus fees). Besides, it's either this or check out the spam in the alt.startrek.* hierarchy.
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