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How to Make Money Writing Fan Fiction
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I've been writing fanfiction for a while, and like everyone, struggled to get more readers. Here are my tips on writing a popular story. Every fanfiction writer remembers the rush of getting their first review. Some of us get addicted.
Make Sure Your Fan Fiction Is Legal (Or Regret It Later)
Ah, fanfiction. The controversial format of usually unprofessional, unsponsored fans writing stories directly based on their favorite fiction. Sometimes erroneously labeled as a genre, fanfiction has as wide a variety as original fiction. However, there are some guidelines one must follow to create well-received fanfiction.
To start off, you have to know what you're writing about. As a fanfic writer, I do not recommend crossovers, because that'll mess you up halfway through. Although if you can handle it and you can keep track of what you're writing, then go for it. For those who don't know, crossovers are fanfictions that contain the components of two media sources. For example, a story of the main protagonist of Percy Jackson crossing paths with the antagonist of Pirates Of The Caribbean would be a crossover because there are two media components mixing into one story.