Warnings: Mild Sexual References, Mildly Explicit, Sexual dialogue Main Characters: Various, Reader, Original Character(s) Genres: Other Story Types: None Open: No
Have you ever been accused of making a Mary Sue, or just want to know what they are? Well come inside and take a look-see. The guides will help with your character development, plot, and even a little bit of your writing style so you can avoid being accused of making a Mary-Sue ever again.
Or maybe you just want writing advice whether it comes to writing certain scenes, or writing main characters that are animals. I dive into all of that!
Rated: All | Warnings: None Main Characters: None Genres: Other | Story Types: Essay Length: 1 chapter(s) / 5721 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: Some of these ideas are meant to inspire you and help you in your writing, especially when it comes to cliches. I will give you ideas and ways to make an old cliches (from plot devices, objects, original characters, etc) unique again. So you'll learn quite a bunch of stuff to help you, even more so when it comes to certain parts of writing. Whether it's because you don't know what the fandom terms are or you have no idea what to do to write something different.
Rated: 13+ | Warnings: None Main Characters: None Genres: Satire | Story Types: Collection, Continuation, Essay Length: 1 chapter(s) / 3617 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: You are absolutely sure your characters are not Mary-Sues or Gary-Stus etc. You have given them flaws, weaknesses, and such believability that they could be reading over your shoulder. So why are people still claiming your character is a MS? It could be in your writing style!
Rated: 13+ | Warnings: Mild Sexual References Main Characters: None Genres: Other | Story Types: Collection, Essay, Other Length: 1 chapter(s) / 2838 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: Have people complained to you that your characters or story aren't realistic enough? But do you have a reason, and now you're unsure? What if I told you that you don't always have to write realistically?
Rated: Adult | Warnings: Erotica, Explicit Material, Incest, Mild Sexual References, Sexual dialogue, Sexual Situations Main Characters: None Genres: General | Story Types: General Length: 2 chapter(s) / 14856 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: This is where I discuss the romance genre in general, along with what you should worry about when writing overused plots, along with how to write sex scenes.
Rated: All | Warnings: None Main Characters: None Genres: Other | Story Types: Essay Length: 1 chapter(s) / 2978 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: This is just a basic guide for understanding what plots are, how to develop them, the types of plots there are, and a few things for you to keep in mind. Such as when you're dealing with romance and horror plots.
Rated: All | Warnings: None Main Characters: None Genres: None | Story Types: None Length: 1 chapter(s) / 1841 words | Complete: Yes
Summary: I hope I don't offend anyone when I say that, in general and on average, Lunaescence writers are probably a bajillion times more sophisticated and mature than Quizilla writers. I post all of my work on Quizilla because I have loyal, intelligent readers there, but I'm about fed up with the crap that is published on that Top Rated list. I'm posting this here, Luna users, so that you all can laugh at how I'm actually hopeful that this might change something.