Fan Fiction Writers

Site Info
Members: 1279
Series: 43
Stories: 786
Chapters: 2777
Word count: 7919182
Authors: 94
Reviews: 278
Reviewers: 81
Newest Member: animeforme
Challenges: 0
Challengers: 0

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I forgot my password! What do I do now?

Remember, unless you are a writer, or want to access adult themed stories, you no longer need to register to read 90% of the stories archived on Fan Fiction Writers. To recover a lost password, click here and enter the e-mail address with which you registered. Your password will be sent to you shortly.


How do I change my password?

To change your password, log into your account. Click 'edit bio', and then scroll down to password. Type in the word you wish for your new password and then retype it in 'confirm password'. After you have typed your new password into the password and confirm password fields, click 'submit'. Your password has been changed.


What kinds of fandom stories are allowed?

Most fandoms are allowed. See our Submission Rules.


How do I contact the site administrator?

Either use the 'Contact Us' link located at the bottom, or e-mail Cindy (kaleidopy at yahoo dot com). Place 'Fan Fiction Writers' in the subject line to prevent your email from being sent to a spam folder.


How do I submit stories?

If you have not already done so, please register for an account . Once you've logged in, click on Account Information and choose Add Story. The form presented there will allow you to submit your story. If you are a new writer to Fan Fiction Writers, please be patient until you are validated. This is done to protect the website from possible spammers. Once validated, you will be able to post your stories without delay.


What are the ratings used on the site?

At this time, Fan Fiction Writers uses the same rating system as the movie industry.


What are the story classifications?

Stories are classified by categories, genres, ratings, and warnings.


What is different about Fan Fiction Writers?

Fan Fiction Writers wants to give a home to all fandom writers, especially those who feel ostracized in their fandoms because they do not follow the status quo of their preferred fandom(s).


Status Quo? What the heck does that mean?

Example: In the Lord of the Rings fandom, most stories are written about the hobbits or the elves, (mainly Legolas). While Fan Fiction Writers welcomes these stories, we also want those who write the non-favorite character(s) to know their stories are also welcome.


What if my fandoms isn't listed?

Contact the administrator. There are only two reasons the fandom might not be listed.

  1. The fandom was overlooked, or I have not heard of it.
  2. We do not archive the fandom.Trust me, if this happens, there must be a good logical reason. Anyway, just ask.