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Beyond Late! NaLu fan fiction thing for NaLu week, all prompts are part of the same story and I’ll try to link them on here as I post, but they’ll all be tagged “gr8blucat fanfiction”. Most chapters should be around 2000 words, should be about 8 in total.

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 4

Transform: Make a thorough or dramatic change in the form, appearance, or character of.

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The video of my New York Tolkien Conference presentation “The Loremasters of Fëanor: Historical Bias in the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien and Transformative Works” has been posted on my YouTube channel. A detailed synopsis–including the data that you won’t be able to see on the Powerpoint behind me unless you have eyes like the Elves–can be found on my blog The Heretic Loremaster. I’d love to hear comments there or here; I am hoping to make this topic into something publishable in the very near future.

My paper begins by exploring how the construction of Tolkien’s works creates in-universe historical bias that affects interpretation of the texts. I specifically look at how the writings of Pengolodh would have shown bias toward the House of Fëanor. While most Tolkien scholars have overlooked this historical bias, it has become a key component of the approach many fan fiction writers take when creating stories about Tolkien’s world. I look at evidence that supports the idea that historical bias inspires fan fiction and consider some major ways that authors use the fallible, biased in-universe narrators to deepen and build on Tolkien’s world through the creation of transformative works.

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My First Fan Fiction!

I officially posted the first chapter to my very first fan fiction, about a month ago. I am now three chapters into it, with chapter four going through the last stages of editing. I decided to share the first chapter here. I will probably post the other chapters here as well. I am also going to make this blog the main source of any updates or news, such as, when new chapters will be up, if there is any delays, or just discuss the story topic. So I hope y'all enjoy :)

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Read "This is Crazy, but I'm in the Bayverse! - Choices"

-I have seen all three movies, Transformers movies. A Transformer, in the fandom of Transfans, means gigantic alien machines that can scan vehicles and become them, hence, becoming Robots in Disguise. They are not the powerboxes that you see on the poles. They have sparks, which generate their personality and life being extremely vital to living itself. And then there’s the Allspark, the cube. I have seen the first movie several times directed by Micheal Bay, the worst director ever. Why? I’ll get to that, as soon as this Dark of The Moon is about to end.


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an old review from a fic of mine over on the pit, but I’d like to share it, as it’s probably the funniest damn one I’ve ever received, period.

don’t get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE and ADORE every single person who’s ever commented on this story or ANY of my works.

but… omg. This cracks me up every time. Ahahaha just the timing of it with such a srs bsn chapter.

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Read "Transformers Prime: Not Quite Fiction - Chapter One: This was going to be good."

The last thing any fangirl would expect to happen to her is to be sucked into her favourite TV show, and that’s the last thing I would’ve counted on happening one Sunday afternoon. But, sadly, we rarely have control of the future. The day I was literally sucked through my television and into a world that existed only in my daydreams, I learned that truth the hard way. I made new friends and enemies as well, I found myself in a world that was not quite fiction.

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Fallout: Apocalypse Chapter 37, a transformers fanfic - FanFiction.Net

Chapter 42 of a Transformers - Adventure/Friendship fanfiction with characters Jazz & The Fallen. Their world destroyed by the arrival of Galvatron and the Fallen, a group of Autobots, Decepticons and humans tried to survive. They made a choice - and now, they find themselves with the chance to fix things… to fix everything. Sequel to Fallout. AU2007.

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One would wonder why anyone would think of transferring to another school with just a month before the end of the year. Well, tell that to four teenagers who moved from California to finish their last month of school and their summer vacation. Meanwhile, a young man in Qatar will have to survive the near coming of the destruction of his home away from home. In the District of Columbia in the US, a young woman and her program will assist in cracking a signal in which will reveal a secret that has been long hidden for decades. All lives will be brought together by hands of fate as all will find that their lives will never become the same ever again. Can either of them be able to fight through this while keeping their own selves out of harm’s way?

Transformers Fan Fiction based in the events before, after and during the first movie.

Just getting back into this thanks to the damn fourth installment >A>

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Read "Transformers Prime: Not Quite Fiction - Chapter One: This was going to be good."

The last thing any fangirl would expect to happen to her is to be sucked into her favourite TV show, and that’s the last thing I would’ve counted on happening one Sunday afternoon. But, sadly, we rarely have control of the future. The day I was literally sucked through my television and into a world that existed only in my daydreams, I learned that truth the hard way. I made new friends and enemies as well, I found myself in a world that was not quite fiction.

With the popularity of the Fifty Shades trilogy and commercial romance publishers wanting to build on the trend, I suspect there are more serial romances available to [commercial romance] readers today than there were in 2008. Fan fiction stories continue to be produced as works-in-progress or works in a series, as they always have. Fan fiction also continues to deal with source-texts that change and complicate the character relationships fans are interested in. However, fans can track these updates much more easily than ever with Archive of Our Own subscriptions or by following specific Tumblr tags. Does this mean that serials are more available to fans as well?
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From Fandom Then/Now: Romance & Fan Fiction

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[In 2008] the commercial romance stories I read seemed to focus more on creating a series of linked stories set in one story world. For example, at the time J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series was very popular. In this series, the stories focus on one couple at a time, one book at a time. This ‘series’ more than 'serial’ approach seems to convey a stronger sense of stability and permanence to the relationship each book focuses on. Even if the characters appear again in a later story, their reappearance often takes the form of an update, rather than an entire revisiting of the relationship. The more serial works of fan fiction I read provided a significant contrast to this approach. Many of these stories returned again and again to the same set of protagonists, constantly building and rebuilding their relationship based on what challenges the source-text might throw at fan authors.
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From Fandom Then/Now: Romance & Fan Fiction

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