History of Fanfic 4: The Internet is For Fic – Stuff You Like

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happymel
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I was actually taught about listservs in college. I haven’t read fanfic since middle school. Heck, I even made a Twilight fanfiction story back then that I never finished. I wrote this using the now closed site Quizilla. I remember that it was a reimaging where Jacob never got with Bella’s daughter and instead fell in love with the character that I made up (Melody, I think her name was). I remember even re-reading the books to try and get the details right. Ah, memories.

Crossover Princess
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I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m a fanfic writer myself. I joined ffn back in 2005 and I still write stories. I do ironically use my real name (Emma Iveli). But no one cares… hell I’m actually very popular, enough to have TV Tropes pages on my works as well as a creator page…

Now if you excuse me I have to go write a chapter of my fanfic where Sailor Moon didn’t come back to life against Queen Beryl, and was reincarnated as the Pines Twins older sister…

Carewolf
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That is some diverse sites.

Are you also going to be covering the offshoots of written fanfic? Like abriged series, and particularly for the MLP fandom: Fully animated and voiced fan fiction.

Also fanfic songs. I don’t know how many there are, but I have always found the one about Wuthering Heights fascinating, because it was both a big hit, and is pretty old by now.

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