so you all have some strong opinions about amazon selling FF (and FF writers getting paid).
Get ready for Kindle Worlds, a place for you to publish fan fiction inspired by popular books, shows, movies, comics, music, and games. With Kindle Worlds, you can write new stories based on featured Worlds, engage an audience of readers, and earn royalties. Amazon Publishing has secured licenses from Warner Bros. Television Group’s Alloy Entertainment for Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, and The Vampire Diaries, with licenses for more Worlds on the way.
how do you think this will change the FF we know and love?
fanfiction on amazon
fanfiction on amazon
FANFICTION ON AMAZON
Aww yeah! We have like 60 stories on here! Keep adding more!
I think I’m just naturally attracted to fics that are never gonna get finished. I’m dysfunctional that way.
That was so fast!! I’m convinced we can add way more! I’m going through all the Draco/Ginny stories I’ve read and picking the best ones to add. (but you guys already know how I feel about rrabbit).
First, let me give some background to this question. She wants to read 50 Shades of Grey and asked me for a review of sorts (I did not read that book, lawd). So anyway, I said that it was a Twilight fanfiction that basically got picked up. Then she asked
Wait..wait…What is fanfiction?
I wasn’t all omfg y dnt u kno?
But I just didn’t know what to say because too good a description would reveal that I read FF daily…
Even the shit description I gave made her suspicious lmao. Oh well..
Anyone else have this problem? Describing FF to friends?
All of a sudden, it’s 3am. You haven’t finished any of your work. You’re upset and confused because the author (dealer) is on hiatus. You re-read certain stories 100 times. You wish you could talk to someone about it but they wouldn’t understand.
On that note, recommend some FF to me!! With links! All my authors (dealers) aren’t updating at the moment and it’s sad and depressing.
My top ships:
Also, I only read rated M. Let’s be real, guys. Let’s be real.