'Veronica Mars,' 'Ravenswood' licensed for fan fiction on Amazon's Kindle Worlds

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Fans of "Veronica Mars" and "Ravenswood" will soon be able to express their love in legal, lucrative fan fiction. Amazon has just announced that the two TV shows have been licensed for Kindle Worlds.

Under the Kindle Worlds program, the two Warner Bros. shows are valid topics for unaffiliated writers. Want to get Veronica and Duncan back together forever? That's a possibility. Writers could even change characters' fates on a show like "Ravenswood."

The really good part of this -- and the part that sets the program apart from normal fan fiction -- is that writers can get paid for their product.

"'Veronica Mars' fans are amazingly loyal and anything we can do to give them more access to her world and that of her character is great," says the show's creator, Rob Thomas, in an official statement. "I'm looking forward to seeing what new worlds and characters are created by fans and Kindle Worlds writers."

In a less official but much funnier statement, Thomas also posted to Twitter on the subject:



Get writing, marshmallows!
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