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Discussion in 'Art & Literature' started by The Master Debater, Sep 27, 2015.
Aren't those the best type of MLP fanfic?
I mean yeah, the one character I wrote who was going to do explicit stuff got his head bitten off, and he existed so that I could finish off the story much quicker. IIRC the story only got one like on FIMfiction and 12 dislikes.
Luckily that situation resolved itself
I write and draw a comic that features way too many characters to keep track of and develop properly.
I've been writing since I was a really little kid. Before my family got our first PC in the early 90's, I used an old typewriter that my dad primarily used for putting our business's address on envelopes and I write manuals and technical material for a career, but I've never submitted anything I've ever written for publication anywhere. It hadn't crossed my mind in years.
I haven't even showed another human being anything I've written in almost 6 years, which is something that just dawned on me this morning when I was randomly looking at some old flash drives that I found stuffed in a drawer containing some old novels-in-progress that never got beyond a second draft (and likely needed several more before I would deem them fit for human eyes). While it is true that I had a bit of a writing slump in 2014-2015 and spent a large part of 2016 trying to get back into the swing of things, it's not like I've stopped writing (though I am way behind on my goal for the first half of this year).
For the most part, I think it's because to me (a massive introvert ) writing has always been a solitary thing and even my most ridiculous, schlocky sci-fi and detective stories (okay, that's all my stories) are incredibly personal. Plus, it always seems I keep falling into this trap of "okay, this was just a practice novel and my next one will be the one that I'll put on wattpad/fictionpress/book country ect." and then onto a flash drive and into the desk drawer of shame it goes. See you in half a decade, thing I've dumped 100+ hours into.
I read the entire Inheritance Series.
idk if this a sin or not, but i still Captain Underpants from time to time
I wrote a 40k fan fiction for the /tg/ write thread once even though I swore I'd never write fanfiction (and I don't like 40k).
The worst part is the person requesting the story clearly wanted lesbian harem bondage and instead I gave him a story about running into your ex-girlfriend after college.
Wait, you wrote the one about Freya and Alex meeting up again and Freya's pregnant and Alex is married so everything is A-OK?!
No I wrote the one about Bobby Guilliman finding out Hana still lives at home and works in a Dark Angels-themed chicken wing restaurant.
Well hot damn, I've never read that one.
I'll dig through my stuff and post a pastebin link later. There's a screencap on the Writethread page on 1d4chan (Titled "Warhammer High) but I don't like it because I realized several days after posting it I accidentally cut out like half a paragraph when posting it to the 4chan window.
Anime psuedo-bestiality and gorefucking (it was Code Geass lmfao) fanfiction. Work of a true weeaboo edgelord.
I read the entire inheritance series and remember almost nothing of the last one but do remember being bored out of my mind over fucking dwarven politics in the third(?).
Most of my favorite fanfictions are about Kingdom Hearts.
Found it. I offer my autism up to you as tribute, KiwiFarms.
I once wrote a fan fiction in epic verse.
Most of my fanfics start out innocent then turn into softcore porn. Idk how it happens or why, I just let it happen.
The first thing I ever wrote outside of school was about two of my own OCs engaging in a mostly gratuitous torture scene with some of the most uncomfortably sexual overtones I think I've ever seen unintentionally inserted into a work. Just seeing it would put Freud into fits of happy tears.
Now now, there's nothing wrong with making Daddy Freud proud...
Edit: I remember I made this one story in the fifth grade for something my class used to do. My story was shit but the teacher and class loved it.