Did you ever wonder what happened after your favorite TV show ended? Or what about the couple that you always wanted to see get together but they never did? The superheroes you thought should team up? The series cross-overs that might be fun to see?
The list of possibilities is endles & chances are, you can find someone's version of it on Fanficion.net. Some of my favorite TV shows ended abruptly, leaving lots of loose ends. I can now go online & read about how other fans imagined it.
Most of the stories are actually very well-written. I've spent hours at a time reading some amazing stories. Some even made me crack up laughing. Of course, there are some writers that just can't portray the characters the way they should be. So, at the end of each story/chapter is a review button, which should appeal to everyone here.
If nothing satisfies & the mood strikes, you can write your own version. There is downloadable writing software available on the site & beta readers to proof-read your story. There are also community forums where you can discuss your favorite topics, which include:
Love it! Okay, so if you're expecting great literature hidden away in a remote corner of the internet, don't come looking at fanfiction.net. If, however, you want something light and fun to read for a bit, it's a wonderful little site.
Fanfiction.net is like looking for diamonds in a pile of crap. You may find something good, but all considered what all dwells there, is the search worth it? You're going to place your hands in many piles of dreck before encountering anything written in proper English, much less anything good. That being said, I have encountered one or two good stories there, but all in all Fanfiction.net is a good example of the sort of the sort writing I like to avoid.
I have been using this website for the past ten years. Though lately my use has tapered off significantly, as I rarely write fanfiction anymore, and what I do write tends to make its way onto Livejournal instead, this website has been absolutely invaluable for me for the past decade. It is a huge database of fanfiction--for those who don't know fanfiction is derivative fiction, essentially fiction using characters that the writer did not invent. Though there are some moral objections to the … more
As a teenager I remember wanting badly to write my own stories. I think when it comes to high school almost every teenager has a moment when they say, "I want to write stories." And writing is something that a lot of people want to do. That a lot of people enjoy doing. Even out of high school I still tend to write a lot of fiction. But everyone needs a place to start. Why not begin on a place like fanfiction.net? You get to add and … more