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Ok so, here’s the thing: I often see people talk about soulmates, and I even saw a post once about a scientific (or semi-scientific) explanation for them, but I don’t really know what exactly that means.
And just today, I read the term “Soulmate mark” in another post.
So, what’s up with all that? What are soulmate AUs? What is so interesting about them? What are soulmate marks? And maybe a few more things I might ask once I get answers to the first few questions.
Thanks in advance.submitted by /u/Kartoffelkamm
Just to start off—I never leave concrit or point out any mistakes or anything like this. I only ever leave postive, encouraging comments. Yet one of the authors whose story I really enjoyed replied to my comments in such a way that I just stopped interacting with their work altogether.
Basically they posted a new chapter and I left a rather longish comment outlining everything I liked, even going as far as posting some of my favorite lines because I know that people generally like that.
The response was basically a dissection of everything I said with comments such as “I guess?” (to my comment that their characterization was great) “ok” (to my comment that a particular passage made me laugh) or “yep.”
It was such a strange, dismissive reply that I felt as if I offended or annoyed them by leaving a nice comment? Safe to say, I won’t be commenting on their work anymore but has anyone ever experienced something like this? It was really off-putting and now I wonder if some people are annoyed by praise or something?submitted by /u/imbeginningtosee
This is a kind of “toot your own horn” post. Tell me about your most popular fic and why you think it’s your most popular!!!
For example: my most popular fic is a romantic reader insert where the reader and Obi-Wan Kenobi fall in love. I think this is my most popular fic because I think I did a good job building tension between the two, my intimate scenes were really sweet and soft, and then my ending was bittersweet.
I want to hear about yours!!!submitted by /u/actuallygodoka
Okay so here’s the background:
Character A gets in a fight with Character B, who is trying to kill Character C. While trying to protect C from B, A gets their leg broken by B and is knocked out for a few moments so B can kill C. C dies in A’s arms after B leaves the scene. Later on, Character D finds A and C and brings them both back to a house. A is confined to bed because of their broken leg and C’s body is being prepared for burial.
Now the year is 1781 in New York City, obviously, there’s not a whole lot of medical knowledge. How would one go about mending a broken leg? How long would it take to heal? What would be the long-term effects of the injury? (Injury not severe enough for the leg to be cut off.)submitted by /u/lordofsoup3791
❝Except for your eyes, no blade can control me, no sharpened knife.❞
russian literature + detective anna (season 2 episode 4)
I posted the other day about finally starting a multi chapter fic. Not a long one, only four chapters, might go up to five. The thing is, after writing the first chapter part of the third jumped into my head and demanded to be written then and there. Now I can’t seem to drag my brain back to chapter two even though obviously the third won’t exist if I don’t. The characters are staying firmly ahead of the part I need to write and I’m feel like I’m losing my mind a little.submitted by /u/NythilMahariel
“What is grief, if not love persevering?”
Soooo, a little thing I noticed after I started writing fics was this: in one fandom my writing was ok, fine, pretty good and mostly coherent BUT when I started a different fic in a different fandom my writing got significantly better?
I think it might be because this specific fandom’s fics are of very high quality, so it’s possible that I’m holding myself to a different standard while writing in this fandom (The Witcher, btw) but less so in the other.
Idk just thought it might be interesting to see if other writers had similar experiences and opinions on this phenomenonsubmitted by /u/bookielookiecookie
It’s not too much, but I’m pretty proud! It’s my first long fic that I’ve actually published, and is all complete. I’m working on the next one in its story at the moment, so I’m really glad its still getting attention. I thought it would just stop getting any hits (let alone kudos or comments) when I stopped posting but nope! There are so many other, really amazing Loki fics out there and I’m genuinely both shocked and honoured that people choose to read mine.submitted by /u/DepressedGayToilet
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My first fic just recently hit 100 reviews on FFN, and I just got another review shortly after I published a new chapter saying, “It’s 2:48 am, school in a couple hours but this is more important.”
It puts a smile on my face to see people enjoying what I write.submitted by /u/Khilyntheboss
Just had to share before going to sleep!
Thanks to ao3commentoftheday on Tumblr, I’ve learned that you can pull up only one-shots when you filter a search by typing the following under “More Options” and “Search within results”:
Original post for reference
I had no idea and was excited to discover this and share it with you all.
Happy one-shot searching! :)
Edit: Re-read the post which was actually about how to filter out one-shots (meaning, if you were searching for only multi-chaptered fics, you would put the minus(-) in front of the search term) so yay for that, too!submitted by /u/sorasfishing
Ma'am, this is a smut compilation!
But you’re welcome.
For the record, I’ve written non-smut fiction as well (though most still have smut in them) but this reader commented on my smut compilation and I can’t help but laugh at their decision to thank me on that specific fic.submitted by /u/ash_tooru
Lately, I’ve been thinking of making an OC-centric story, where OC joins the main cast of the show as one of the heroes. However, I have never written an OC-Centric stories, only introducing them to help move the plot along (e.g. minor villain, ally, etc).
Is that a good idea, or do most readers prefer stories focused on the original characters from the show? Also, does anyone have any advice on creating an OC-centric fanfiction?submitted by /u/adventuredream2
LOOK WHAT I FOUND??
this is so cute i’m losing my mind …big brother theon energy
I recently found a headcanon around one of my favorite characters saying that he falls on the asexuality spectrum, and I quickly adopted that same headcanon. Like most of my headcanons, my immediate thought is to write a fic about it, but I don’t know any plots for this particular headcanon. Any ideas for a plot following an asexual character?submitted by /u/Dscpapyar