Now that NaNoWriMo is here, I am finding myself jumping into the story rather quickly, even if I had to go and change the prologue around a bit to suit my purposes. Also, in case you haven’t noticed, the prologue dealt with two sisters, one who is a famous and successful writer, and the other who had recently been laid off from her job. That family history will resonate throughout the story, as Noelle Forbes (the main character) learns some harsh lessons about her life as the story progresses.
Also, in today’s day and age, we really need to determine what is the line between fan fiction and plagarism so that none of us make that mistake when we start writing our stories. Fan fiction may be great, but I don’t think that it should be for sale.
I’ll get back to that later.
- Plagarism (tj6james6.wordpress.com)
- Supernatural Fan Fiction Tells the Demon Dean Story Better? (guardianlv.com)
- On fandom and fanfiction (teleread.com)
- Chat with the author of the One Direction fan fiction series and the author of Justin Bieber online books: Thursday at noon (thestar.com)
- Call for Submissions: Speculative Fiction e-magazine (7venhillsmedia.wordpress.com)