Slash Fiction Writer

I spend way too much of my life writing slash fiction.  Currently I'm working on a gay gothic romance novel, a rewrite of Jim Henson's Labyrinth, a series of stories called Feel That Fire, and two original figure skating stories.  I've been doing it since I was thirteen so that's ten years of experience.  If anyone wants to talk about it or needs advice I'd be happy to  answer.  Also, I can be found on Live Journal at and I'll friend anyone I don't know in real life.

icesk8ergrrl86 icesk8ergrrl86
22-25, F
2 Responses Mar 1, 2010

If I get sick of a story once i"ve spent a lot of time on if I'm just writing it and not laying it out I take that as a sign that no one will probably want to read it much longer than the point where I've gotten sick of it. So I go back and change a few things and make it more interesting. <br />
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Hope it goes well for you.

I plan a lot of stuff out chapter by chapter before I even start writing and I do it so thoroughly that all I have to do is go back in and add details but the problem with that is that I'm usually so sick of the story by the time that I finish planning it out that I never get to the details phase. My advice is to just write and don't think about what you're writing. If you over think something it's not going to come out right. Just let it flow out and it doesn't matter if it's not perfect. You can always go back and fix it or add to it once you have the basics down.