Hello! My name is Sossy and I'm looking to plug authors for my under construction writing vlog. You can find the vlog here at http://www.youtube.com/user/thefictionthree or me personally at http://www.youtube.com/user/YesIAmAZombie. Every Thursday on TheFictionThree starting next week I'll be giving writing advice for beginners and novices alike, and I was thinking about doing a 'plug' section at the end for underappreciated internet writers. I'd love suggestions linking to any sort of site, Deviantart, Livejournal, Fictionpress, Lemon, or Fatefiction. I'll even pimp the adult stuff or fanfiction if you can find me a real dazzler (and I don't mean 'dazzle' in the Edward Cullen style).
So, if you're willing to help, drop me some links in your replies or, if you feel like it, I'd be more than willing to also discuss beginner mistakes you feel you might have seen often in your genre.
What I'm looking for specifically are above-average pieces that may have been amazing at some particular aspect of writing, a good example of drama, romance, horror, etc.3/15/2010 . Edited 3/15/2010 #1
|Rae D. Magdon
You are more than welcome to look at, review, or use any of the stories on my Athenaeum and Royal Academy of Bards profiles for any purpose.
Note: Chopin at 3:00 in the Morning isn't on the academy profile because it hasn't been archived yet, but it's on the website in the 'What's New' section for December.
Not only are my own stories on this site (and yes, I am shamelessly self-promoting), there are several other wonderful examples for you to browse through and choose from. I personally recommend Badsquirrel's stories, as well as Mavis Applewater's (her beginner stories have several grammatical errors, but are still worth reading). Of course, the big names like Radclyffe and such have some things up as well.3/15/2010 #2
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