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Writers' Guide, Articles, Characters, Plots, Themes & Genres, Common Complaints

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: Other | Story Types: Essay
Length: 5 chapter(s) / 7047 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: A brief guide to writing those genres (and subgenres) that are speculative, rather than mainstream, fiction. Largely, this consists of fantasy, science fiction, and horror.
Published: 01/25/12 | Updated: 01/25/12
 
Writers' Guide, Themes & Genres

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: Other | Story Types: Other
Length: 6 chapter(s) / 8400 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: As the title states, it's a dictionary. It's not very exciting, but since the official site dictionary came down some time ago, I felt the need to make some small equivalent as a way of explaining things, especially to new members, because it's helpful to have a place to send people when there are more questions than could be easily answered.
Published: 08/09/11 | Updated: 08/09/11
 
Writers' Guide, Characters, Plots, Themes & Genres, Spelling & Grammar

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.
Published: 07/17/08 | Updated: 07/17/08
 
Writers' Guide, Themes & Genres

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: General | Story Types: Essay
Length: 1 chapter(s) / 6189 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: Have you ever considered writing a Choose Your Own Adventure, but upon starting you found it difficult to keep up with or got yourself lost? No worries!Even more challenging, have you ever wanted to try and write a Choose Your Own Adventure and Who Would You Fall For? Not a bother!As long as you know the steps of each genre, and know how to keep yourself organized, the only problem left is writing and finishing the story.
Published: 03/01/14 | Updated: 03/01/14
 
Writers' Guide, Plots, Scenes, Themes & Genres, Common Complaints

Rated: Adult | Warnings: Erotica, Explicit Material, Incest, Mild Sexual References, Sexual dialogue, Sexual Situations
Main Characters: None
Genres: General | Story Types: General
Length: 3 chapter(s) / 17901 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.
Published: 05/10/12 | Updated: 08/11/14
 
Writers' Guide, Themes & Genres

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: General | Story Types: Editorial, Essay
Length: 1 chapter(s) / 1939 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: There's been a bit of a debate going about whether or not you can name a "reader insert".

This is just my couple of cents on why you can't.

[Cross posted to GOTVG]
Published: 03/17/14 | Updated: 03/17/14
 
Writers' Guide, Characters, Plots, Themes & Genres, Common Complaints

Rated: All | Warnings: None
Main Characters: None
Genres: None | Story Types: Essay
Length: 7 chapter(s) / 7316 words | Complete: Yes

Summary: So...you want to try your hand at OF? But where to begin?

A Q&A guide based on questions I've personally received and overheard.

(Made after several general requests for advice.)
Published: 08/08/12 | Updated: 08/08/12
 
Writers' Guide, Articles, Plots, Themes & Genres, Common Complaints, Spelling & Grammar

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.
Published: 07/18/10 | Updated: 07/18/10


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