From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #1 |
I was wondering if anyone remembers the name of a story that I read
on Fictionmania years ago and some of you may remember the name of.
The story revolves around a man who accidentally body swaps with
his girlfriend's highschool daughter either through the Medallion
of Zulo or another method and they need to act their place.
Eventually he has to go to prom as her and he finds out that she
then swapped with her boyfriend in his body. They go to prom
together and her in her boyfriends body is very aggressive towards
her mother's boyfriend in the car that night but he doesn't force
himself on her. Later during a pool party the narrator in the girls
body spots his real body and his girlfriend in a sexual act and
later both of them run off on vacation maybe Las Vegas together
leaving the narrator and his girlfriends daughter stuck for the
time being. The story ends with his girlfriend's daughter in her
boyfriends body walking away from the front door crying after being
shot down for recommending they sleep together but at the last
second the narrator changes his mind and yells at her to come back.
I can't find it on the site after every keyword or search variation
I can think of. Maybe it was nuked.
From: guest (not an expert)
, 7 months, post #2 |
I know the one you mean and I've been looking for it for a long
time with no success too. I think it's been taken off the site by
the author, a shame because it was very well written.|
, 7 months, post #3 |
I believe the story you are looking for were written by this author
Seems they've taken them down and put them in an ebook that they're
selling on amazon.
From: guest (Tights)
, 7 months, post #4 |
Guest Post3, I believe you sent the wrong link.|
, 7 months, post #5 |
That one should work
, 7 months, post #6 |
It's the Sophie saga. I know someone had saved it from before. Try
From: guest (Tigths)
, 7 months, post #7 |
Post #6, who was the author? I have some fictionmania backups
throughout the years, i could take a look and see if i have a copy.|
From: guest (JustineJay1989)
, 7 months, post #8 |
I found this link in another post. Seems to be the story you are
From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #9 |
Guest #6, JustineJay1989,|
That's it The Sophie Saga thank you very much. Shame what author's
are doing nowadays taking stories that beforehand were completely
free and charging to read them. I understand the moneymaking aspect
but leave the original free stuff up and just create new content to
sell. That's why these backup and archive methods are important.
Whenever someone takes free stories down to sell archive and save
everything including offline beforehand, then get it touch with
that author and shove the news of the free alternatives to their
greed right down their throats.
From: guest (921XA)
, 7 months, post #10 |
>I understand the moneymaking aspect but leave the original free
stuff up and just create new content to sell|
I know this feeling, an author that I used to follow moved to
patreon and, to increase his private catalog, I assume, sneakily
removed a bunch of his stories without even putting a warning, it
was like "oh, those stories had never been publicly available, you
are just hallucinating stuff", thankfully I had archived them.
Nowadays I made a script that automatically download all new
fictionmania stories as well as send their URLs to be archived on
the wayback machine. I also do the same preceding to writing.com,
tgstorytime.com and other few TG related sites.
If you see something, archive it.
From: guest (Uhno)
, 7 months, post #11 |
Wow. So your perspective is that if someone were to create
something for free before realizing there's a market for it - the
creator should keep their creation available for free because you
missed out when they were still a no-name creator just starting
out... Uh I don't think so. I don't think that's how society works.
From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #12 |
Good job. I do that same thing with many news sites, government
documents, and anything that may in the future go poof followed by
blanket denial by the minders involved that anything like it ever
existed. All archive sites can be tampered with so it is a good
idea that you cast your net in a wide berth, also look to using
archive.today alongside Wayback Machine as well as offline
archiving methods such as on an external harddrive.
From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #13 |
Doesn't matter if you think that society doesn't work that way it
is still an immoral thing to do instead of making subscription
content that right from the beginning costs money. The authors can
do whatever they want and charge whatever they want but that won't
stop me or another person like 921XA from archiving and saving
their work before they place it behind a paywall then tell all
their subscribers or anyone who will listen where to find the work
for free because they a deserve loss of revenue and a moral lesson
for practicing greedy shakedowns.
From: guest (921XA)
, 7 months, post #14 |
>also look to using archive.today alongside Wayback Machine as
well as offline archiving methods such as on an external harddrive.|
I agree, ideally you want to keep the data with yourself as well.
If you can't... the very least you could is to archive on multiple
places, such as archive.today (Wayback Machine sometimes deletes
content, for instance, after a shooting or something in the US,
they deleted all archived images from 8chan because the shooter was
a 8chan user – they deleted even images from other boards that had
nothing do with the event, I end up almost losing some photos from
a thread that was deleted when the site was nuked out of the
But ultimately, the gold standard is having a copy with you and,
with text data, you probably can do that. For instance, all
Fictionmania backup, has only less than 2GB, and there is like
40.000 stories or so.
, 7 months, post #15 |
It's usually because the author can't come up with any new, so
easier to retroactively monetise something they've already written
and remove it from public availability than to try to create
something else and monetize that.
, 7 months, post #16 |
Along the same lines, anyone remember a story that took play during
Halloween where a guy's girlfriends daughter swapped their bodies
using a magic mirror? Had a twist ending where they swapped back
and then the guy swapped with girlfriend only for the daughter to
smash the mirror immediately after. Can't find it anymore on
From: guest (the searcher)
, 7 months, post #17 |
To those who object to writers removing their fiction from your
fave free sight, There is no obligation for the writer to keep it
there. They do not owe you a story. They GAVE you the story. They
have every right to repost it to Amazon or any other site as they
own it and you do not. Every author can leave or pull their work as
they see fit.|
In the last century, new writers would work their way up to
magazines and book publishing. They usually got paid. Writers have
bills to pay just like you, and stories can take a LOT of time to
Your attitude that they owe you the story for free is NOT going to
get more stories at FM etc. Save what you like and send the author
thanks and praise and comments when you can.
Be grateful they gave you the stories you enjoyed.
From: guest (921XA)
, 7 months, post #18 |
I did some full text search on my Fictionmania archive, and I think
this is the story you were looking for "Happy Halloween, Mommy" by
"Portia H.", it was indeed deleted. Thankfully it got archived:
From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #19 |
Please see my original posts concerning this matter because it
seems you skipped over them. I never said the author owed me
anything least of all anything for free. All I said is that taking
something that was previously free and that you originally intended
to be free and monetizing it for personal gain because you changed
your mind suddenly is a bad move and because nine times out of ten
the internet is forever they probably will get called out for it. I
said the author can do whatever they want with their work but that
doesn't excuse the fact that the free work may have been saved and
posted elsewhere and people have a right to be allowed to discover
that free work for themselves and not be forced to pay for the
right to view it as that is a copy of the work saved when it was
free and not the copyrighted monetized version that you should pay
for if you wish to view it.
On the assumption that I was a writer I would make judgements ahead
of time on the quality of my work and what deserved publication for
money and what deserved to be posted for free and I would never
break from that morality. People going back later on to delete free
work in order to then publish it for profit I think is immoral but
at the same time I agree with others that it is their personal work
and they can do it if they like. Others though may not share that
view and have taken precautions to archive and save that original
free work for others enjoyment which may put a damper on that
writer's plan for a payday because they personally posted it
publicly in the first place. A writer should seriously consider his
or her future plans regarding his or her work before they post it
whether as a payed product but especially for free. Even with just
a small amount of doubt over whether it is a good idea to post
something for free that may be good enough to sell the writer
should immediately retract their intentions for free publication
for the work in question until their intentions have been ironed
out and then they stick to their final decision without question.
Don't post something in the first place if you have any doubts
about it and that goes for everything else on the internet not just
From: guest (ducto)
, 7 months, post #20 |
>"I agree, ideally you want to keep the data with yourself as
well. If you can't... the very least you could is to archive on
multiple places, such as archive.today (Wayback Machine sometimes
Exactly what I was talking about with the external hard drive and
choosing an offline protected storage device because even the
archive sites are routinely tampered with and have content deleted.
Don't forget to keep your storage devices unconnected to the
computer at nearly all times except when your transferring content
to them through a wired connection (consider running a virus scan
of your computer before connection and disconnecting the internet
during the transfer.) Make sure the ones you buy have no way to
connect to the internet to transfer things by wireless and keep the
devices hidden and protected in a safe place such as a hidden
fireproof safe. Who knows what ways in the future the powers that
be attempt to destroy our copies of the evidence that exposes their
narrative of events as lies.
Also I remember 8chan. Those were good times and some good banter.
Unfortunately it grew way too fast and started making a lot of
powerful people in the world extremely nervous with what was being
exposed on there as well as many of the chans. Although towards the
end the conspiracy stuff overloaded the board to the point that I
think many people who felt they had something level-headed to offer
went elsewhere in disillusionment.
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