• Member Since 12th Aug, 2014
  • offline last seen Jan 3rd, 2016

Wishful Fun


On the night of the Grand Galloping Gala, Night Solo reveals a secret he's been hiding from his best friend, Wishful Fun. Wishful did not expect his best friend, to be cursed by Vampire Ponies. Will they be able to find a cure?

Chapters (9)
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Comments ( 11 )

I don't care what anyone says, I for 1 really enjoyed it.

I feel like your story is more of a summary than an actual story. I think that if you were able to draw out each chapter, and maybe add some more mini-climaxes, it would become much more interesting. As it is, you could just put all the chapters together and turn it into a one-shot, for all the good that those rather small chapters are. (According to other users, a good average chapter length is somewhere between 3,000-5,000, but in my book, anything larger than 1,500 can at least make-do.)

The chapters are too long m8


somewhere between 3,000-5,000

Really? I was told/ordered that a chapter needed to be 1,000 words and up. :rainbowhuh:


I was told/ordered that a chapter needed to be 1,000 words and up. :rainbowhuh:

That's the initial length of the story to be approved by the mods.

A chapter CAN be under 1k words, but you have to know why.

What am I even reading?!?
I'm about 1k words in, and I lost myself at least 50 times...


The generally accepted minimum is 2,000, which is considered a pretty short chapter. The "average" for longer "real" stories (50kw+) is 3,000-12,000. Personally, I aim for a minimum of 3,000 for a first draft chapter and a goal of around 5,000 for ready-to-publish.

u referenced September in it he says "This is your redemption day every pony".

Alright. I know that my Fanfiction has...What's the word...flaws in it. To repeat the Author's Note in the Last Chapter, I didn't expect my story to be liked by everyone, because there might be problems. This is the 1st Fanfiction I've created. We can all agree that no one will get it right the 1st time. That's why we improve ourselves to create something great. I appreciate your criticism, & in the future, I'll create something great. :)

4851301 Hm, well I don't think that saying "I'll do better next time, cut me some slack" is exactly the best attitude if you want to improve. :twilightsheepish: I mean, if you can take the effort to type "it's my first fanfiction", just use that effort to fix one of the errors that have been pointed out! :scootangel: Just because it's your first story doesn't give you a free pass to be a terrible writer. In my opinion, just BECAUSE it's your first story, you should make it your best one ever! Keep up the good work, I'll be excited to see your growth in the future.

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