Felgraf: Didn't she steal huge chunks of it from twilight fanfics people had posted online, or something? I swear I remember hearing that, though it could very well have been a rumor.
FriarReb98: Charlie Chingas: "Within no time, I could feel the shiatty magician's wax oozing from my soft tight anus and all over my clap flaps. Hours of farking like this would leave any girl's fishy flaps looking like a ripped out fireplace, and I was no different! The slamming makes me pour my sex wee all over his ramrod. He munched on my spam castanets, even though I'd had the painters in for the best part of a week. Inserting a footlong fudge bullet into my clunge pool got me splurging spaff faster than a greased weasel shiat."I'm sorry, but this can't possibly be the work of John Travolta in Drag E.L. James. That's because she wrote an entire trilogy about being a sex slave that didn't ever get farked.
XMark: I haven't read it, but I know it started as a Twilight fan-fiction and later had its Twilight connections removed for the official published version.The internet is practically inundated with thousands upon thousands of horrible erotic Twilight fanfics. There's something to be said about how one managed to stand out above the rest. It must be good in some way or another. I'll never know, though.
Ishkur: #: of occurrences of literary device
dragonchild: If Ana "bites her lip" 35 times that's less than once per ten pages on average. Not too bad unless the lip-biting comes in bunches.
dragonchild: Someone "whispers" almost 200 times, which is more than every other page but maybe they whisper a lot. It's a word, not a "literary device".
shoegaze99: And you don't always just use "whisper," either. There are a dozen, two dozen ways to say it.
dragonchild: Seriously though, there are two dozen ways? Because beyond a half-dozen or so, what comes to mind sounds very forced.
dragonchild: I feel compelled to put in a disclaimer that I'm not defending the book
dragonchild: Seriously though, there are two dozen ways? Because beyond a half-dozen or so, what comes to mind sounds very forced. SMeyer was rightly criticized for trying to cloak her bad writing with copious (and sometimes laughably blatant) abuse of a thesaurus.
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