Welcome to this months "Fan Fiction of the Month" contest!
Username: Chakra Wizard
Fan Fiction Title: Naruto: Tetsuden
Link to your Fan fiction chapter 85: The Kage Are In Danger
Link to your Fan fiction chapter 86: Guard Duty
Link to your Fan fiction chapter 87: The Enemy
Username: The Amazing Spider-Man
Fan Fiction Title: ★The Amazing Avengers x Naruto Crossover Story - Revolution★
Link to your Fan fiction Chapter 10: Covet
Link to your Fan fiction Chapter 11: 4
Link to your Fan fiction Chapter 12: Freedom
Goodluck! Remember to have enough hubris to believe you're so great that you don't need to vote for yourself to win. For those who actually don't win it gives them a lesson in humility.
Start Voting Vote for the best (other than yourself). Forget your friends and their feelings that is the true spirit of competition! Don't tell Lawliet I'm giving you all bad advice she'll never trust me again for a month.
Note: Due to 1) this contest being small 2) competition needing to have a balance of disappointment and ego enhancement and 3) I'm in charge and Sara said I could there will only be 1 award distributed this month, for the winner and only the winner. Have Fun
Greetings to Reborn as the new host, and while it's sad that this contest has fallen short of contestants -in general contests are struggling as the site is getting more and more boring (at least to me) despite the efforts to keep members-, at least voters have more time to read each entry, I guess.
CW seems to put the most work in his story, but Naruko's is the funniest to me. And let me not forget to mention that Amazing Spiderman's crossover story is an enterprise hard to carry out properly. So, all entries have their pros and cons.
May it remain a secret who got my vote :p
I'll try writing my story for next month T_T
I agree with this post. I struggle to release because of so many characters and plotlines it just gets tedious especially finding a reason to continue on when you can just close your laptop and play The Witcher 3. Suppose since it's becoming so obvious I'll try my best to increase the amount of time spent per chapter. That should make a stable word count and plotline level.
@ guys that have trouble with inspiration: try doing one-shots, freshen up on those. you're right, a multi-chapter story can get tedious, but if you can write just about one thing it's quite helpful and mildly relaxing compared to a full-blown story that needs to be stretched for several chapters
Then I tie break. Usually I haven't voted by then because I'm too lazy to read the submissions, but at this point I'll most likely wait until the last minute if such an event occurs. If not, I get somebody else to do it.