I’ve missed writing fanfiction, which has the fun of writing without the stress of selling and promoting. So I came up with an idea: To write a new fanfic whenever I reach a major milestone in my writing career, such as selling or publishing a new work. What do you think? A good idea for relaxing a bit?
This one’s to celebrate the contract with Whiskey Creek Press to publish my Storm Chaser sequel, The Notorious Ian…Continue
Added by Mark R Hunter on October 13, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Title: Shoot the Groundhog
Summary: A slayer team discovers the environment can be more challenging than the bad guy … especially during “spring”.
Characters: Buffybot, Tara, Dana, OC slayer Kara Philips
Length: 2,055 words
Warnings: Wear a parka; you’ll catch your death
(This takes place in my Post-Chosen universe, where Tara and the Buffybot have been brought back…Continue
Added by Mark R Hunter on April 10, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
Added by Mark R Hunter on December 21, 2012 at 1:13am — No Comments
The use (and misuse) of Mary Sues and self-inserts is the subject of my blog tour post today . Thanks to author Jana Denardo, who’s hosting me over at LiveJournal:
“I became a writer at an unfortunately young age, and like many kids it was all about me.”.
Added by Mark R Hunter on September 7, 2012 at 1:43am — No Comments
Some of my newer friends might not know that I used to write fanfiction regularly under the username ozma914, and I'm happy to say it led to over a dozen fanfic writing awards. I've been busy with original fiction, but I miss the stress-relieving fun of working hard on a story I don't have to worry about getting published (because that would be illegal, ya' know).
One of the great fanfiction traditions is crossovers, so to mark the publication of Storm Chaser Shorts I crossed…Continue
Added by Mark R Hunter on July 31, 2012 at 12:32am — No Comments