Kpopalypse’s guide on how to write fanfiction (or any fiction) that doesn’t suck balls

Those of you who are regular readers of Kpopalypse dot com have probably noticed that I like writing fiction from time to time, and that I can write a bit, and as many readers will know I’m now working on a full-length novelisation of the most recent Kpopalypse fiction “Show Me Love” so writing fiction is very much on my mind right now. However I know it’s also on the minds of my readers – over the years many such readers have asked me “Kpopalypse, I write fiction stories but they kind of lick crusty assholes, how can I write fiction stories and make them better?” This post contains all the useful things that I think are important to know about and that I like to keep in mind when writing. If you follow it, it may make your stories better – or maybe it won’t. Read on and find out!

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Why you shouldn’t watch k-pop teasers – ever*

While we live in a divided world that is full of disagreements, controversy and division, there are some things in life that all decent humans can agree are just wrong.  Murder, rape, molka, nuclear war, the sample that plays at the start of most GroovyRoom songs, all of these things are universally recognised as morally reprehensible by all except the most fiendish degenerates of society, but now we can add k-pop teasers to this list.  Read on and discover the true horror of k-pop teasers!

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Kpopalypse’s very OH&S compliant post about crowd crushes and venue safety

No doubt most readers of this website have heard about the recent tragedy in Itaewon where over 150 people died in a crowd crush incident.  Knowing about this awful incident has made many of my readers concerned and asking questions such as: how can I ensure my safety at an event, and not die in a crowd crush?  This post has the answers, read on as Kpopalypse talks all about crowd crushes and venue safety!

 

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Kpopalypse’s guide to everything you ACTUALLY need to know about k-pop concerts

Now that it’s 2022 and we’re all pretending that the global pandemic isn’t a thing anymore, live k-pop concerts are starting to become more frequent again.  This means that the probability of a k-pop concert being in your area has potentially increased!  If you’re one of the lucky people who lives in the 8.75% of the globe where k-pop artists actually bother to do their “world tours”, but have never been to a k-pop concert before and would like to go, this post is for you!

 

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