FOWC — If It Feels Good, Do It

Auction gavel on white. Isolated 3D imageIt’s not my place to pass judgment on you. If you want to write fan fiction, that’s your choice. You shouldn’t let me, or anyone else, for that matter, bully you about it. If it’s something you want to do; if it’s something you feel you’re good at, by all means, go for it. Don’t go crying into your pillow just because someone tells you that fan fiction is crap. As I always say, “if it feels good, do it.

Written for today’s Three Things Challenge from Teresa. The three things are bully, fan fiction, and pillow.

Also written for today’s FOWC One-Word Challenge, “judgment.” By the way, I won’t judge you if you spell judgment with an extraneous “e” in the middle. As I always say, “whatever floats your boat.”

7 thoughts on “FOWC — If It Feels Good, Do It

  1. The Haunted Wordsmith July 2, 2018 / 1:27 pm

    Love it! Personally I don’t read or write fan fiction. I’d rather live the fantasy in my head than share it with the world. Although one of the characters in Life in River Hollow is modeled after Peter Capaldi…lol

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  2. Sight11 July 2, 2018 / 5:38 pm

    You do realise we live in a world where saying things like your work is crap means you’re not politically correct. No wonder the new generation are a bunch of cry babies

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    • Fandango July 2, 2018 / 10:15 pm

      I had to Google it. It’s when someone takes either the story or characters (or both) of a certain piece of work — a novel, TV show, movie, etc. — and creates their own story based on it.

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