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    Wow, I haven't been on TSR since my A-Level years, now I'm at my 2nd year at uni but back to the subject, in the past year I've came up with a story and I think I have developed it well enough with its own characters and lore for it to become real in a form of (not sure what the word is, I'm thinking of art or entertainment). So I've thought of 3 ways this could happen; I create a novel (I will most likely not get it published, just share it with a few people), create a comic or webcomic or turn it into some sort of animation.

    I am not looking for the easiest method but the best method for a sci-fi story. Please choose any of the options and explain why its the best option as I'm really not sure on how to proceed and maybe include links and tips on how I can start this adventure.

    Many thanks

    I think this question would be better asked on Disqus.com/Writing world.
    You will need an account for it, but I think you'll get a better, more focused response from the readers there
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