A Guide to FanfictionFanfiction and Fanfiction.net: A GuideA Guide to Fanfiction6 years ago in Writing More Like This
This tutorial to be taken with a pinch of salt.
Since you are reading this, I am going to assume the following:
1. You have a fanfiction.net account
2. You write fanfiction.
3. You plan to write fanfiction in the future.
If not, then this probably isnt the guide for you. Go somewhere else. Go on, shoo!
The aim of this guide is to help you write better fanfiction and get it read by a wider audience, and to make fanfiction.net a nicer, less frustrating place to be. You don't have to do a thing I say- but consider it. Most of this is just common sense, but you know what they say about common sense...
...It's not that common.
Now, throughout this guide, I am going to assume that you are a fanfiction writer for a made-up TV show/Film/Anime/Manga/Book/whatever, purely for convenience. This TV show/Film/Anime/Manga/Book/whatever will be called "Mr Happy Octopus". Why? Well, why not?
Now, lets get