Guide (77 guide fanfics)
An easy guide to find the exact monster you are looking for. I have always loved writing about supernatural phenomena and before I knew it, most of my stories were filled with forest monsters, vampires, mermaids and other creatures. Some of these fanfictions I decided to sort out so it´s easier for me to find whatever I´m looking for. Usually, because I wanted to check POVs or remind myself of an old story.
COLOR IT GOLD LIKE A QUEEN.
Here is a writing guide for those in need, because nobody wants to publish trash. Warning: This guide is intended to be written nicely, but there will be parts that are by no means sugarcoated (swearing).
The box was six feet long, and notably very heavy. She inspected the box, utterly surprised when she saw her address and the sender's name. If a company's name is a name, that is. Melisa sighed again.
BENEATH THE STORY
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In this guide, you will learn the do's and don'ts of writing fan fiction (that you may be able to apply to non-fan fiction writing) including cringe-worthy examples and general stuff you probably want to avoid when writing unless you explicitly label your story as cliche. Before I start, I would just like to say: And I know how har
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