Does FictionPress have an app?

The Only app for FictionPress on Windows Phone, from 8.0 and above. Includes the following features: * Stories – Browse and search for millions of stories.

How do you publish a story on FictionPress?

– Now go to the left column and click stories (directly under documents). – Underneath the area you hit login, there will be a group of links placed horizontally, saying “Stories Guide / List Stories / New Story / Guidelines”. Click new story. – If necessary, accept that you’ve read the guidelines.

How do you publish a FanFiction?

Go to “manage stories” and click on the story that you want to add a chapter to. Click the tab that says “content/chapters,” then click “publish new chapter”. Select the document you want from the doc manager and click “publish”.

How do you read FanFiction net?

Go to and find the category of stories you like. Some people like television show FanFiction, some people like Harry Potter, some people will read just about anything. Find one category that you really like, first. Get to know what different styles you like in a category.

Where can I publish my stories for free?

Whatever your style or genre, you can post your short stories immediately and for free.

  • Commaful. I have to start with Commaful for short stories because the site is just gorgeous.
  • Wattpad.
  • Inkitt.
  • Medium.
  • Booksie.
  • StoryWrite.
  • Story Star.
  • Tumblr.

How do you write your own fanfiction?

8 Pro Tips to Becoming a Successful Fan Fiction Writer

  1. Write about celebrities, movies, or characters you love — but make sure your subject has a mass appeal.
  2. Don’t spend too much time coming up with Most Original Story Ever.
  3. Prove you’re a true fan by incorporating Easter eggs.
  4. That said, write a universal story.

Is it illegal to write fanfiction?

Fanfiction is defined by the use of characters and expression from an original creative work and the creation of derivative works, all of which is illegal under current copyright law (McCardle, 2003).

Who reads fanfiction?

Pretty much who you’d guess: According to FFN Research, the average user of FanFiction.Net in 2010 was a 15.8-year-old girl from the United States who didn’t write fan fiction herself.