Discussion in 'Novel General' started by RANTMAN, May 10, 2016.
Awesome list! Is it okay to throw in some recs too?
I've just used fanfiction.net if really wanted to write
storiesonline free account is a bit hard to sort stories for your interest, since most of the category search and advanced search is hidden behind paid account.
fanfiction.net has no data about view number or anything, so it's really hard to sort them.
What about [Redacted -- An aggregator? What?]?
Anyway, I use AO3, Fanfiction.net and Wattpad for my fanfictions. And I even have my own Wordpress blog for my original story. They are in Hungarian, so if you aren't hungarian or don't understand the language, you can't read them. Some of my short Fullmetal Alchemist stories are translated to English on Fanfiction.net.
Just make your own website which will host your fiction. That's what I did. No moderator bossing me around.
I might have to consider my own website to collect that sort of story. The problem of fanfiction.net is that their sorting option is way too hard to figure out. Not enough number and details.
PLUS, my own interest is a bit too niche and doesnt fit that site's overall direction. At least from my own cursorial preview~
I go on Fanfiction sometimes to see others' works but I haven't post any of mine.
Here goes my free time
I would like to introduce Readitt - online library and publishing platform
Thanks for the list
Novels of the West: a directory of original English Web novels.
This one hosts one of the best web serials on the internet in my honest opinion!
Look for Subjugation -
https://i.literotica.com/ It’s the mobile version. Little easier to navigate.
This is a great thread, thanks so much for posting everyone, and for editing OP! I'm pretty new to serial web novels, but I'm enjoying it a lot.
Meejee.net is a site that has chinese web novels and hasn't been mentioned. It's very new, but I've been following them since they started a couple of months ago and they were still just promoting the idea of it on Facebook and it looks like they're constantly trying to improve, which is nice.
World Book is a site focus on providing a platform for Chinese novel writer post their web novel in English, and I like the site's layout and pictures. It's very cool!
you can search 'wbookpro' in google to find it, because my account can't post a link now.
Wattpad is also a very large and popular fanfiction/original story website to check out!
Very Nice, I can use this.
Medibang has a novel section but there's only a few works up.
It started off as a manga site that anyone can release free work and/or start selling on. The site distributes your work to other sites for sale.
But, there are tons of hobbyists and indie creators. So it's kind of like deviantart or wattpad.
@RANTMAN, are you still editing in this thread? If not, then there might need to be a new updated thread for "other websites for fiction". (I'm too lazy to do it.)
Separate names with a comma.