General Fanfiction Writing/Posting Online TipsHere is a summary of many of the idiosyncrasies of writing I have learned over time from posting my fanfiction and short stories online; (mostly fanfiction.net so i'll be refering to that a lot.)More Like This
This was honestly made mostly for myself but the file is too long to save to sta.sh, so hopefully there'll be a little gem in here for someone else. I also reference pokemon fanfictions a lot, I apologize. That's honestly where most of my fanfiction focus, haha.
It might be very different than what other people will tell you, but in my heart I believe that everything I say here is true.
1. The most important part of writing is not what you put into the story; it's what the audience reads in the story that you did not put there.
When it comes down to it, you're not actually the one bringing the thoughts, feelings, concepts, and interpretations to the table. Your audience is. Despite your best intentions, the story which your writing evokes in a reader's head is going to b