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    posted a message on Wish
    I meant cliffhanged, darn autocorrect! Also, call me stupid, but... I'll tell you in the literature chat...
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    posted a message on Wish
    You just cliffhanger me, I can't BELIEVE you. Hehehe. Homestuck? ^---^ Hehehe.
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    posted a message on Writing Help and Guides; Help or be Helped! [Minefic]
    I posted this on "Do's and Don'ts to your Fanfiction" or something like that:


    Creating Your Title
    • Since you will probably post your story (With a prologue and or a first chapter) instead of the whole finished story, make sure your tittle is relevant. Plan in advance at least the general plot of your story and as lessons are important, get something from the lesson and the story itself. For example: Stardust by Neil Gaiman (Sorry, just, favorite author alert.). It is an award winning book, it has a nice title (See 2.) because it is literally what the story is about. Three people (Actually, more like people and groups.) want this star, all for different purposes, and knowing that they all want it in the same amount of time, they get in each other's way. So on and so forth.
    • Make the title catchy and luring. A book called Air Conditioner isn't that good a title is it? What about, if you were writing about a boy who has cancer, you wouldn't name it Sunshine and Rainbowswould you?
    Different Methods Of Coming Up With Titles
    • Again, life lessons. One of the main reasons we read books are just to find that. Or at least, with some people and plus, it really does help your character and development. Usually, life lessons come from some small phrases that mean a lot or something bigger than those very words. Phrases that will make you think "Oh yeah!" or "Wow!" Just the emotions a reader will get when a title is related to a phrase in the book and suddenly find a connection between them. Amazing isn't it?
    • Catchy titles can have two or more words that start with the same letter. Like Rescuing Raindrops orCreating Catastrophy.
    • Rhyming seems more for, children's books, doesn't it? Well, if you are writing a children's book, you can do this. As long as the title is relevant (See 2.)
    • As long as it is relevant, you can use a phrase from a lot of books (It could even be a cliché phrase.). Like ​Happily Ever After could become Ever After.
    Title Warnings
    • Make sure that your title hasn't been used, and if it has, tweak it a little.
    • Don't use overused titles.
    • Make sure your titles are not offending to your readers
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    No, no. The part about character submissions. :)
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    You have spoiler boxes with your chapters in it. Inside one of the chapters, you put the "messages" you want us, your readers, to read, in the same spoiler box as your chapter. We're asking you to make a new spoiler box, for said messages. Otherwise, it's very confusing. :)
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    posted a message on Short Story Contest!(Reopened)
    Me? Do I really have the power to do that? :P
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    I love how Oncie (heheh, me) acts so mature-like to Fang. Hehe.
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    posted a message on Writing Help and Guides; Help or be Helped! [Minefic]
    Farteh, you are a genius, nice with that last one. When I saw it, I went like, "SHOWMEDA'SECRETNOOOOOWWWWW!" I kinda want to contribute, so here:

    Make better mistakes. You're never going to become a writer without mistakes, they're what makes you stand as a writer. Remember, this is a writing COMMUNITY. We're here to help you, not to criticize every single action you do. Maybe a little of both, actually...
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    posted a message on Short Story Contest!(Reopened)
    Is the theme still Detective's Viewpoint?
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    Like the little add on dialogue (my favorite part is the "What kind of man species are you?" part and the part when Oncie was changing her languages)!
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    That doesn't make much sense. Your readers come here, don't they? lol.
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    posted a message on Adventures of Prince Fang
    Quote from PrinceFang

    I'll add him if Oncie, in the story, falls in love with him! :D
    I don't know anyone in real life named Blake, so go ahead. It's your story. I'd like to see how you're going to write that. Plus, I made Blake a cool dude, so far, I see no downside other than you being in control of every action he does and word that comes out of his mouth.
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    posted a message on Minefic: Legacy—Story List and Writing Help (Reformatting Help Needed, Check Thread)
    I just thought that I would say I released Chapter 8 of VTTP: Enderworld. :D Check it out!
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    posted a message on Visions To The Past: Enderworld [RE-WRITE] [CHAPTER 8 RELEASED]
    I just released Chapter 8! Woot!
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    posted a message on Minefic: Legacy—Story List and Writing Help (Reformatting Help Needed, Check Thread)
    I am searching it at this very moment. Whenever I search episodes of t.v shows, they aren't in very good quality. Back on ontopicness.
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