Date: 08/10/2012 12:33 PM Title: Stonn
The little bird that shows up in the red bar after the title of the story indicates a round robin, which means you probably checked the option by mistake during your post of the fic. A round robin allows for other members of the site to write for and add to the story. I'm pretty sure without your approval. I've never opened one, but I know you can close them. I don't think you can just remove it though and if you intend to add more chapters, you'll need to leave it on utnil you're finished as well.
That's my understanding of it, of course. As I said, I've participated in round robins, but I've never actually opened one, so I'm at a loss on exactly how it operates. For future reference, however, when you add a story, there are two check boxes directly to the right of the ratings options. One is "complete" the other is "round robin." If the story is a work in progress, you needn't check either box. If it is complete when you post, then you check the 'complete' box or if you finish the work, you check the complete box when you post the last chapter. As for the round-robin option, it is for when you're adding a fic that you want others to jump in on and contribute to, see "The Klingon Bar" by Fugutive (http://www.ksarchive.com/viewstory.php?sid=4182) for a good example of a round robin, lol.
They can sometimes get out of hand, in a good way, ahhaha. I wouldn't worry though. There's no one on here, that I know of, who would knowingly take advantage of your oopsy!Round Robin, lol. Don't worry about it. Just thought I'd offer the info in case you didn't realize you'd done it, which I'm glad I did since you actually didn't know.
That said, welcome to the archive! I didn't realize you were new here. :)
Date: 08/10/2012 11:50 AM Title: Stonn
I thought this was a really good first chapter and I was disappointed to discover that there was no more to read at the end. Also, did you mean to round-robin this?
I'm new to this site. What's a round-robin?