Day 1 of NaNoEdMo, and I’m working on the prologue.
In this part of the story, someone (I won’t name names) has decided to write a story called “The Bloodline Key“. That book became a bestseller, despite all the hate and controversy that it received. Plus, it lead to the protagonist‘s family’s decision to quit going to church due to what punishment the children were to receive if they were caught reading “The Bloodline Key“.
EDIT: I pretty much left this alone, since there was nothing really wrong with it, per se. Plus, the prologue kind of sets up the story, a story that deals with not only the fandom that it creates, but about the fan fiction that spawns from the mentioned fandom. So there you have it.
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- What Would It Look Like If Doc Brown Drove An Insane Mclaren F1? (films.jalopnik.com)
- Why Fan Fiction is the Future of Publishing (readerswritersjournal.com)
- Wattpad Releases New Erotica and Romance App (goodereader.com)