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Until today, when from out of nowhere I took my Sekirei fic from 92kb's worth of text to 120kb's in one sitting. I really wanted Minato shaken up, so I had him ( sorta ) wing six Sekirei in a single day with more to come.
I've been reading a lot of harem fics lately and most of them take quite a while to build up and fill up with people ( with the exception of some HP inheritance fics where he can gain a dozen plus wives in one Gringotts visit ), so I figured I'd fill this harem up pretty darn quickly and only then let them settle down and get to know one another.
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My mind is however still bubbling away with ideas for the vegas vaccation challenge, but so far I have managed to prevent myself from starting yet another new fic.
But I am starting to realize, that I probably will start scribbling away on the tale of Harry Potter and Wonder Woman's distressing marriage woes at some point.
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Found several examples lately where the responses to reviews took up more space then the actual chapter. If you absolutely have to let your readers know something, then edit an existing chapter and put your little note at the end of it or just put it on your profile, don't have an entire chapter be an author note.Speaking of what I've been reading, I've also come across quite a few works where only supreme efforts of will have managed to make me keep reading them, as I've come across an awful lot of fics featuring one or several of my most highly hated pet peeves, which is a sure-fire way to make me stop reading something even if I enjoy the story itself.- Responding to reviews. We're here to read stories, not to skip over three screens worth of disclaimer with some scripted conversation.- Whoring yourself for reviews or threatening to hold future chapters back until a certain amount of reviews have trickled in. If you want reviews, start writing original stories and get them published, then you'll have more reviews then what you know what to do with and most of those are actual reviews, not just 'Update soon', 'Where is the next chapter' and the like.- Stories without any characters from the actual cast of the fandom you're supposed to be reading a story for.