1. Re: Stories with complex MC

      You might enjoy my story, In the Shadow of Heaven. People tend to enjoy my character development.

    2. Re: Slow Cooking. Novels Heavily Based On Dialogue/Character Interaction.

      You'd probably enjoy my story, In the Shadow of Heaven. The pacing can be slow but the story is very character driven.

    3. Re: Authors with the royal bloodline achievement

      I suggest you just browse the first few pages of best ranked. Once a story gets up that high, it doesn't usually get knocked down too far in the rankings.

    4. Re: Book like Tree of Aeons

      Translation of OP's post un roman ou le protagoniste est un arbre = a novel where the protag is a tree Unfortunately, I have no recommendations.

    5. Re: Stories where someone screws up

      If you enjoy character driven science fiction, you may like my story, In the Shadow of Heaven. Much of the story revolves around characters being forced to live with the (often destructive) choices they (...)

    6. Re: Any LitRPG with a black lead

      Maybe you should make it explicit then Why?  The color of their skin would have no impact on the story at all, and would then only estrange readers who did not like the choice described to them. (...)

    7. Re: Any LitRPG with a black lead

      Since there's a real dearth of suggestions here, I'm going to tentatively suggest Aleron Kong's books. I haven't read them, but he is an influential (though divisive) figure in the litrpg community, and (...)

    8. Re: Recommend me LGBT stories

      Ah, I forgot The Solstice War, which is truly excellent and has a large lgbt cast. Sorry for the double post haha.

    9. Re: how to make blue boxes/ new author needing tips on how tocwrite better

      Ah, the legendary blue boxes... When you go into the 'add chapter' area, in the bar where all the font control stuff is, there is a button called 'table' (it's in between the text color and spoiler (...)

    10. Re: Recommend me LGBT stories

      You might enjoy my story, In the Shadow of Heaven. Most of my main cast is lgbt. I wouldn't say it has like lgbt themes (it's a space opera, not a coming out story or anything like that), but the character (...)

    11. Re: Signs a story is going to be bad.

      First, I think there is a distinction between "story that isn't good" and "story I personally have no interest in reading", but it can be tempting to lump those two things together. In terms of immediate (...)

    12. Re: Repetition of I

      The key is to avoid 'filtering' the description through the narrator's view. For example, a descriptive paragraph like this I stood out on the porch, watching the sunset. I felt the warm wind pulling (...)

    13. Re: The best times to post

      The only real rule is to post just after an hour has changed (ie post at 5:04 rather than 4:59). This avoids your story automatically getting pushed down the list by everyone who has autoscheduled a chapter (...)

    14. Re: Non-native english speaker. should i try making a fiction?

      The best way to get better is by practicing! You should definitely give it a try, because there's no harm in trying to write, and you will improve if you work hard and do your best to remove mistakes like (...)

    15. Re: What is the optimal length per chapter?

      <2k, and my longest is ~17k). It's the way I like to write, and I (...)(...)

    16. Re: Review the story of the person above you

      Exactly what it says in the title. Because everyone can use more reviews, and more practice writing reviews, and you don't always want to go out of your way to find a review swap. Rules When you (...)

    17. Re: chatting

      Most people chat on the discord. It's linked in the top bar-- you should head over there.

    18. Re: Balancing introspective writing and extrospective writing.

      First of all- you should be writing for yourself before you're writing for a potential audience. That will keep you motivated and having fun, and since audiences are fickle at the best of times, that's (...)

    19. Re: How can I encourage more discussion on my stories?

      I don't think there's really a secret to it-- I rarely have more than 1-2 people comment per chapter. I treasure those people deeply haha

    20. Re: Looking for superhero fics

      If you haven't read Worm, the very obvious suggestion is to read Worm.  //edit- omg I see in one of your other posts that you say you're a middle schooler. in that case. maybe don't read Worm. it's (...)