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Comment by LWFlouisa
about Tapas · May 2020 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

Tapastic has recently begun switching to publishing prose as well. Only one problem, Tapastic was not originally intended to accommodate the influx of writers. To make matters worse, you have people that stalk me on Twitter joining the website simply because I promoted it, without carefully considering whether or not having their work adapted into a comic or graphic novel is their end goal.

I also strongly recommend against using South Korean platforms, as people in Asia have a different conception of the idea of freedom of speech. I was merely saying hypothetically ... what if Premium authors were just like the regular authors, would you want to give them your money? But know they somehow took this as an attack against them, and suspended my forum account.

Deleting account in total.

Best use another writing website.

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