I have an idea for a good ongoing story: As the guys gain in popularity, they also gain a stalker. Weird things begin to happen but none of them put the pieces together at first and when they do, they still cannot figure out which one of them is the target. As they start to feel the pressure and paranoia of who is tormenting them, they lose trust in their fans. They turn to one another in comfort which causes even more issue as the four of them being to swing.
WOW, this sounds like a great concept and we’d definitely be interested in reading this!
Seeing as you’ve come up with such a good idea, why don’t you write it yourself? Half of the battle when it comes to writing is coming up with a good idea, and the next challenge is executing it properly. But seeing as you’ve come up with a really decent concept, you’re already halfway there.
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different anon but mike x reader is different from ofc! instead of creating a character you have to write in whoever may be reading. ie: instead of "mike kisses betty who lives down the street" you might write "mike looks into your eyes and sighs, I love you (your name)"
So you’re writing from the POV of the love-interest? I’ve seen this in those “imagine” things, where they put ‘x’ instead of the name. I (thank-your-lucky-stars) personally don’t get it - are you supposed to imagine that ‘x’ is you, and replace ‘x’ with your name in your head? And if the writer doesn’t want to use ‘x’, what name are they supposed to use? Their own name? The person who requested it’s name?!
It’s all a bit messy to me personally, but if anyone understands this and wants to have a shot of it then go for it!
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The Monkees backstage, May 1968. Click to view full size.
Davy Jones signing autographs for fans. Photo by Henry Diltz.
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Micky Dolenz, 1968. Photo scanned by goodtimemusic.
Could you write a mike x reader fic? Sweet at first but then it gets really smutty??? Please :)
We’re guessing you mean Mike/OFC? Do you have any more specifics?