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Note: Goodreads only hosts reviews of fanfictions, not the fanfictions themselves. eBooks are not available for sale or download on Goodreads.*

Goodreads is the worldโ€™s largest website for readers and book recommendations. For the most part it is focused on traditionally published literature, but their guidelines on what is and is not a "book" specifically indicates that completed fanfiction is also allowed.

This Fimfiction group is intended to track stories on this site that have had entries made for them on Goodreads. Or, if you think a story should have a Goodreads entry and it doesn't currently, you can post a request here (or add it to the "To Add" folder) to suggest it. Or one can add it oneself, as anyone can sign up as a Goodreads user.

If you have a Goodreads account you may want to consider joining the Hearts and Hooves Club group - a Goodreads group specifically for fans of MLP fanfics. Note that "adult" stories may be discussed there.

* There is a "Get A Copy" heading in the listing but it leads to a generic search on Amazon and other established book sellers that only have books that are legitimately published through them. The "More Details..." link will reveal a block of additional information that should include a direct link to the story's Fimfiction page.

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looking to put some fanfics on my Kindle! any good ones?

A lot of your stories are probably in the "To Add" folder, which means I plan to create pages for them on Goodreads but haven't yet done so ๐Ÿ™‚
Currently there's no Goodreads reviews for your stories yet, if there are, you'll see them at the bottom of the page for each specific story on Goodreads ๐Ÿ™‚

I've seen a bunch of my stories get hit with this group tag. Checked out the site but only 2 are listed under my author name. So just wondering if they haven't been added to the site, or name was slightly misspelled for their postings and such. Either way I'm glad someone has decided a good amount of my writing would be considered real literature.

Hi there. Has anyone here who's got a Goodreads account and a story listed on Goodreads tried to claim the profile under which your story is listed, and did you succeed (and how)? Thanks in advance :twilightsheepish:

What Darktail said. Is there a way to see the reviews without going through the whole account creation process?

So I've noticed a few of my stories have ended up on here. I was wondering where I might find the reviews? I always like to improve.

Comment posted by Misty Shadow deleted Jul 7th, 2019


Sure. When it's done, either message me directly or put it into the "To Add" folder of this group and I'll add it to the queue to have a listing created.

Thank you, but not yet. Silver Star VS Blood Banana isn't exactly my best work, it was written long before I reworked Silver into less of a prick.

I've almost finished a much better story, could you make a listing for that one instead?


Sure. Goodreads is a website where people post ratings and reviews of books that they've read with the idea being that it helps you to find other stories that you might enjoy. There's a bunch of social-media-esque functionality if you're into that sort of thing and it also has a "recommendation engine" that tries to automatically profile what sorts of things you like based on your ratings and suggest similar works.

They allow completed works of fanfiction to be listed there so I've made a hobby out of creating listings for some of the most popular MLP fanfiction. I'm using this group to tag stories that have had listings created for them over on Goodreads.

I see that you're an author with a completed story here, would you like me to create a listing for it?

Can someone give me a quick rundown on how this works?


I'm fine with people adding their own stories, provided they're added to the correct folders under the correct conditions of course. :) Sometimes authors do massive groupspam and throw their stories into this group without knowing what it's about, that's annoying to clean up. But otherwise all contribution is welcome.

If you don't want to create actual Goodreads listings for your stories, feel free to put them in the "to-add" folder and I'll whip up listings for them - I've got a semi-automated system for that which makes it quite easy.

Quick question. Can we add our own stories, or would you rather other people add our stories to the group?

I've gotten comments on my story saying that its a good read and well paced:twilightsmile:. This looks like the kind of group that I could join:scootangel:!

Almost two years ago, I noticed every story of my fanfiction series (at the time) was added here, and I really do appreciate this additional method of getting people to find and read them. However, I've since written a couple more stories in the series, but none of them were ever added like the earlier stories were, so I've decided to join this group and put the more recent stories in the "To Add" folder myself.

407353 I'll keep an eye on it and update the page count on Goodreads when it's done for real, in that case. :)

Yeah, that used to be complete, but the readers (and EqD) demanded more, so I decided to give them more.

407340 I fed the rest of your completed stories into the listing-o-tron, they're all up on Goodreads now.

I wasn't entirely sure what to do about the "The Following" duology, they're each the sequel of the other and Goodreads doesn't exactly support that. So I listed both of them as "book #2 of the series". I think that's the closest I can get to the same meaning with Goodreads' series organization.

Also, you tricked my record-keeping with The Adventures of Batsy Fluffentuft the Magnificent, it used to be marked "completed" so it got a listing but now it's marked as incomplete again. Planning to add more? :)

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