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#atzchallenge: Fantasy, FanFiction

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The Fantasy genre is my favorite genre to write. I write both epic and urban fantasy. It’s such an open field to write in fantasy. So many different types of characters to create and write about. The author that has the most influence on me to write fantasy is J.R.R. Tolkien. The first time I read The Lord of The Rings I knew I wanted to write fantasy. I’m a fan of both the books and the movies. I’ve mentioned it before about how big a fan I am. Just look at my A to Z challenge from last year. 🙂 It was all about The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings. I read the books every year. I will admit I watch all the movies( LOTR and The Hobbit) more than my family thinks I should. I tend to spend a weekend every few months binge watching the movies. 🙂

Fanfiction is the last topic of the day. I love writing fanfiction as well as original stories. I’ve been writing fanfiction off and on over the last 10 years. For me, writing fanfiction helps when I’m having issues with writing my original stories. Also, it’s fun to write stories set in my favorite fandoms. I write about those characters as well as create original characters to fit in the stories.  My favorite fandoms to write are The Lord of The Rings, The Hobbit, Supernatural (tv show), and a few other fandoms. I haven’t posted any of the stories on the fanfiction sites yet because I need to find beta readers who write fanfiction especially in The Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit fandoms since those are my main fandoms to write. 🙂

Look forward to your comments 🙂

 
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