Some of the ways we used to think about the internet no longer apply, while some of the larger realities of online influence remain hidden. That’s why, in this article, I’ll be looking at five things authors should know when writing about the internet.
Great Britain, if you haven’t heard of it, is an island in the Atlantic Ocean, just north of France. It’s very rainy, and the people who live here like to talk about how rainy it is more than perhaps any other topic. We’re consistent like that.
Welcome to part 2 of our article on ‘origifying’ fan fiction into something that stands (and can be sold) on its own two feet. In this, part 2, we’ll be getting a lot more practical, and since we’ve got a lot of ground to cover and not much time in which to do it, let’s get going.