Hello guys! Welcome to the last day of my blogging challenge. Wow. September flew by didn’t it? I’m actually pretty sad about that. I wrote a longer post this afternoon about this so you can check that out.
Today was a long day. My Instagram best friend and I spent the whole day fighting off bullies and hackers. It was exhausting but I think it brought us closer. I’ve always been a strong believer in standing by your friends and I’m glad I did that today.
Today I wanted to talk to you guys about Fan fiction. In particular, the ones that I have written. So today I was changing my blog layout and I was adding a navigation bar to make life easier for you guys. You can check it out but it’s not all ready yet. The ‘contact me’ page is though. So I was adding the links and I decided to include my Fan fiction profile.
That basically led me down memory lane. I started reading the Twilight/Titanic crossover I did in 2012. Now usually when I look back at my writing, I will cringe in horror. But for this particular story, I found myself loving it and actually tearing up as I read it. I wrote it over the course of 11 months in 2012 and it was I think one of my best pieces of fiction writing to date. And coming from me, that’s saying something considering that I am my biggest critic.
You guys can check it out here: The RMS Titanic: The Ship Of Dreams
I hope you like it. If you do, you can check out the two other stories I wrote by following the link to my profile. One is Vampire Diaries and the other a pure Twilight.
I know the stereotype is that fan fiction is full of sex (or lemons as we call it in the fan fic world). But that’s not true. I never wrote sex into my stories. I wrote love in. I wrote cute romance. But never sex. A lot of people think that fan fiction is not real writing but I beg to disagree. It is hard work and it is just as much effort if not more to write a blog post or novel.
Now I’m going to go because I am basically 5 followers away from hitting the big 10k!