Short for fanfiction
. Unlike fanfiction, the word fanfic (also just 'fic') is a single noun (pluralized as 'fanfics').
A story written by a fan of a particular ard
(movie, book, tv show, video game, etc.), about the characters and world in that series, usually without the original creator's permission.
By the very nature of fanfiction, there're a lot of really terrible fics out there. But when you find a good one - it's great!
A story written by a fan of a television show/movie/book/etc., featuring characters from it.
An abreviation of fanfiction. It can also be shortened to 'fic'. It is commonly found around fangirls or fansites.
Fanfics are fictional stories written about pre-existing books/films/animes/mangas/etc by fans of this work. A Disclaimer
is included as standard, stating in some way or another that they do not own the characters they are writing about.
Some authors (e.g. J.K. Rowling) have encouraged fanfics on the grounds that publishing is not attempted (this will always result in a law suit, something the authors of fanfics have generally accepted). However, other authors (e.g. Anne Rice) have requested that fanfics based around their stories(etc) are not posted on fanfiction sites. These such authors are more commonly known as Kill Joys
fanfiction.net - 'nuff said.
A fanfic is another way to say fanfiction. Fanfiction is a fanmade story using characters/plot/places from other things (Books, TV shows, anime, video games, etc.). Some fanfics are decent, others are good, and most totally rape the living shit out of the original author's work.
Many people love fanfiction. Others hate the thought of it.
Fanfic loving chick: Squee!! Did you read that super awesome Twilight fanfic!?
Fanfic hating dude: Please go die in a fire.
Fan Fictions. stories about the characters from a popular show/book/comic etc, written by fans.
there are loads of fanfics on her site!
fictional stories written by a fan of someone from a book/movie/band/etc.
I love your fanfics! Message me when you put up the next chapter! They're really good!
Internet Stories or "Fan-Created works of Fiction" that are posted all up over the internet and usually done by Hardcore Fans on TV Shows before or after they get pulled off the airwaves.
When a show gets canceled in May 2004 by an already lame network, you can bet there will be a Fan Fic of the series by September.