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17th Jan '17 6:46:52 AM rafi
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* In the epilogue of ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Karin becomes a mangaka, and her editor asks her to use her experience in American Football to write a manga about the sport, with the legendary runningback Eyeshield 21 as the main character.
%%* Episode one from ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]''
* [[MadArtist Rohan Kishibe]] from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 can turn people into books with their thoughts and experiences written on them. He uses his power on Koichi, the FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator, and gets fascinated with him, which gives him the idea to draw a "manga about the story of a stand user" based on Koichi's experiences. He's stopped, since doing that would imply Koichi's death.
* [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Haruka]] from ''VisualNovel/RumblingHearts'' desperately wanted an picture book about saying goodbye. Which is exactly what she does later on.



* [[{{Meganekko}} Toujou]] from ''Manga/StrawberryOneHundredPercent'' writes fantasy novels. At one point, the main character has to choose among some girls. Just as Manaka has to choose.
** Also, the films they make together differ very little from reality.
* Episode one from ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]''
* ''Anime/TrueTears''' main character, Shin'ichiro, is drawing a story about a rooster that tries to fly. This 'flying' aspect is actually the point of the entire anime.
* [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Haruka]] from ''VisualNovel/RumblingHearts'' desperately wanted an picture book about saying goodbye. Which is exactly what she does later on.



* In the epilogue of ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Karin becomes a mangaka, and her editor asks her to use her experience in American Football to write a manga about the sport, with the legendary runningback Eyeshield 21 as the main character.



* [[MadArtist Rohan Kishibe]] from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 can turn people into books with their thoughts and experiences written on them. He uses his power on Koichi, the FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator, and gets fascinated with him, which gives him the idea to draw a "manga about the story of a stand user" based on Koichi's experiences. He's stopped, since doing that would imply Koichi's death.

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* [[MadArtist Rohan Kishibe]] Toujou from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 can turn people into books with their thoughts and experiences written on them. He uses his power on Koichi, ''Manga/StrawberryOneHundredPercent'' writes fantasy novels. At one point, the FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator, and gets fascinated with him, which gives him main character has to choose among some girls. Just as Manaka has to choose. Also, the idea to draw films they make together differ very little from reality.
* ''Anime/TrueTears''' main character, Shin'ichiro, is drawing
a "manga story about the story of a stand user" based on Koichi's experiences. He's stopped, since doing rooster that would imply Koichi's death.tries to fly. This 'flying' aspect is actually the point of the entire anime.



* ''Film/SecretWindow'', based on the book by Creator/StephenKing, starred Johnny Depp as the [[AxCrazy psycho writer]].
* Both the main characters from ''Film/ThrowMommaFromTheTrain'' do this at the end after the plot is resolved. Creator/BillyCrystal's character (the one who is an actual author) is outraged that his former student, played by Creator/DannyDeVito, may have beaten him to market with the same story and seems to consider actually murdering the man out of anger, but [=DeVito=]'s turns out to be a children's book with a family-friendly ending and they end up happy for each other and successful.
* Near the end of ''Film/RomancingTheStone'', it's revealed Joan's latest romance novel was based on the events of the film, albeit she included a happy ending before she actually got one.



* Near the end of ''Film/RomancingTheStone'', it's revealed Joan's latest romance novel was based on the events of the film, albeit she included a happy ending before she actually got one.
%%* ''Film/SecretWindow'', based on the book by Creator/StephenKing, starred Johnny Depp as the [[AxCrazy psycho writer]].
* Both the main characters from ''Film/ThrowMommaFromTheTrain'' do this at the end after the plot is resolved. Creator/BillyCrystal's character (the one who is an actual author) is outraged that his former student, played by Creator/DannyDeVito, may have beaten him to market with the same story and seems to consider actually murdering the man out of anger, but [=DeVito=]'s turns out to be a children's book with a family-friendly ending and they end up happy for each other and successful.



* ''Secret Window, Secret Garden'' by Creator/StephenKing.
* ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''
* ''Invitation to the Game''
* ''Remember Me 2'' features the first Remember Me having been written by the resurrected Shari Cooper

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* %%* ''Secret Window, Secret Garden'' by Creator/StephenKing.
* %%* ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''
* %%* ''Invitation to the Game''
* ''Remember Me 2'' features the first Remember Me having been written by the resurrected Shari CooperCooper.



* The titular character of ''Series/{{Bones}}'' writes novels about her life as a criminal anthropologist. This is actually TruthInTelevision - the show is [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based on]] the life of RealLife forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs, who wrote a series of novels based on her life and career.
* In ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', [=McGee=] has a successful book series that may be the least well-veiled example in history, with "characters" sharing all but one letter of their names with their real-world counterparts. One character's name doesn't even get that much, being changed from Jimmy Palmer to Pimmy Jalmer.
* In the US version of ''Series/QueerAsFolk'', Michael and Justin write and illustrate their own comic book, Rage, which features Brian as the lead character and tells stories right out of the characters' own lives.



* The titular character of ''Series/{{Bones}}'' writes novels about her life as a criminal anthropologist. This is actually TruthInTelevision - the show is [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based on]] the life of RealLife forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs, who wrote a series of novels based on her life and career.
* In the US version of ''Series/QueerAsFolk'', Michael and Justin write and illustrate their own comic book, Rage, which features Brian as the lead character and tells stories right out of the characters' own lives.
* In ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', [=McGee=] has a successful book series that may be the least well-veiled example in history, with "characters" sharing all but one letter of their names with their real-world counterparts. One character's name doesn't even get that much, being changed from Jimmy Palmer to Pimmy Jalmer.
10th Jul '16 5:28:29 PM WillKeaton
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* At one point in ''VideoGame/Terranigma'' you meet a game designer who works at Quintet, who says that he'll make a game with the main acharcter as the hero.

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* At one point in ''VideoGame/Terranigma'' ''VideoGame/{{Terranigma}}'' you meet a game designer who works at Quintet, who says that he'll make a game with the main acharcter as the hero.
10th Jul '16 5:28:12 PM WillKeaton
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* At one point in Terranigma you meet a game designer who works at Quintet, who says that he'll make a game with the main acharcter as the hero.

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* At one point in Terranigma ''VideoGame/Terranigma'' you meet a game designer who works at Quintet, who says that he'll make a game with the main acharcter as the hero.
10th Jul '16 5:27:51 PM WillKeaton
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* At one point in Terranigma you meet a game designer who works at Quintet, who says that he'll make a game with the main acharcter as the hero.
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20th May '16 2:05:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In the US version of ''QueerAsFolk'', Michael and Justin write and illustrate their own comic book, Rage, which features Brian as the lead character and tells stories right out of the characters' own lives.

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* In the US version of ''QueerAsFolk'', ''Series/QueerAsFolk'', Michael and Justin write and illustrate their own comic book, Rage, which features Brian as the lead character and tells stories right out of the characters' own lives.
25th Mar '16 12:46:02 AM SenseiLeRoof
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* ''Remember Me 2'' features the first Remember Me having been written by the ressurected Shari Cooper

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* ''Remember Me 2'' features the first Remember Me having been written by the ressurected resurrected Shari Cooper



* ''WebOriginal/{{Paradise}}'' seems to be just this in itself, though special mention goes to Iris and Gabriel who wrote Perspectives' events from a quarauntined Silver City.

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* ''WebOriginal/{{Paradise}}'' seems to be just this in itself, though special mention goes to Iris and Gabriel who wrote Perspectives' events from a quarauntined quarantined Silver City.
18th Mar '16 12:34:49 PM Willbyr
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-->-- '''Chihaya Ikaruga''', ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi''

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-->-- '''Chihaya Ikaruga''', ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi''
''Manga/SamuraiHaremAsuNoYoichi''



* As mentioned above, [[{{Meganekko}} Chihaya's]] manga is about a samurai. This samurai is surrounded by four girls. Incidentally, ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi'' is also about a samurai surrounded by four girls.

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* As mentioned above, [[{{Meganekko}} Chihaya's]] manga is about a samurai. This samurai is surrounded by four girls. Incidentally, ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi'' ''Manga/SamuraiHaremAsuNoYoichi'' is also about a samurai surrounded by four girls.



* The entire premise of one episode of ''SeitokaiNoIchizon''.

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* The entire premise of one episode of ''SeitokaiNoIchizon''.''LightNovel/SeitokaiNoIchizon''.
9th Mar '16 10:13:05 AM erforce
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* Both the main characters from ''Film/ThrowMommaFromTheTrain'' do this at the end after the plot is resolved. Billy Crystal's character (the one who is an actual author) is outraged that his former student, played by Danny DeVito, may have beaten him to market with the same story and seems to consider actually murdering the man out of anger, but DeVito's turns out to be a children's book with a family-friendly ending and they end up happy for each other and successful.
* Near the end of RomancingTheStone, it's revealed Joan's latest romance novel was based on the events of the film, albeit she included a happy ending before she actually got one.

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* Both the main characters from ''Film/ThrowMommaFromTheTrain'' do this at the end after the plot is resolved. Billy Crystal's Creator/BillyCrystal's character (the one who is an actual author) is outraged that his former student, played by Danny DeVito, Creator/DannyDeVito, may have beaten him to market with the same story and seems to consider actually murdering the man out of anger, but DeVito's [=DeVito=]'s turns out to be a children's book with a family-friendly ending and they end up happy for each other and successful.
* Near the end of RomancingTheStone, ''Film/RomancingTheStone'', it's revealed Joan's latest romance novel was based on the events of the film, albeit she included a happy ending before she actually got one.



* ''{{Seinfeld}}''. The ShowWithinTheShow is about incidents surrounding the main characters' lives. (I.E: yeah, it's about nothing.)

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* ''{{Seinfeld}}''.''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. The ShowWithinTheShow is about incidents surrounding the main characters' lives. (I.E: yeah, it's about nothing.)
20th Jan '16 10:14:59 AM Willbyr
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* [[{{Meganekko}} Toujou]] from ''[[IchigoOneHundredPercent Ichigo 100%]]'' writes fantasy novels. At one point, the main character has to choose among some girls. Just as Manaka has to choose.

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* [[{{Meganekko}} Toujou]] from ''[[IchigoOneHundredPercent Ichigo 100%]]'' ''Manga/StrawberryOneHundredPercent'' writes fantasy novels. At one point, the main character has to choose among some girls. Just as Manaka has to choose.



* [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Haruka]] from ''KimiGaNozomuEien'' desperately wanted an picture book about saying goodbye. Which is exactly what she does later on.

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* [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Haruka]] from ''KimiGaNozomuEien'' ''VisualNovel/RumblingHearts'' desperately wanted an picture book about saying goodbye. Which is exactly what she does later on.



* In the epilogue of ''{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Karin becomes a mangaka, and her editor asks her to use her experience in American Football to write a manga about the sport, with the legendary runningback Eyeshield 21 as the main character.
* In ''KeroroGunsou'', Aki uses Keroro and his friends as the inspiration for her latest manga series.
* [[MadArtist Rohan Kishibe]] from ''Manga/{{JoJosBizarreAdventure}}'' Part 4 can turn people into books with their thoughts and experiences written on them. He uses his power on Koichi, the FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator, and gets fascinated with him, which gives him the idea to draw a "manga about the story of a stand user" based on Koichi's experiences. He's stopped, since doing that would imply Koichi's death.

to:

* In the epilogue of ''{{Eyeshield ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Karin becomes a mangaka, and her editor asks her to use her experience in American Football to write a manga about the sport, with the legendary runningback Eyeshield 21 as the main character.
* In ''KeroroGunsou'', ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Aki uses Keroro and his friends as the inspiration for her latest manga series.
* [[MadArtist Rohan Kishibe]] from ''Manga/{{JoJosBizarreAdventure}}'' ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 can turn people into books with their thoughts and experiences written on them. He uses his power on Koichi, the FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator, and gets fascinated with him, which gives him the idea to draw a "manga about the story of a stand user" based on Koichi's experiences. He's stopped, since doing that would imply Koichi's death.
27th Oct '15 9:49:27 AM Willbyr
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-->-- '''Chihaya Ikaruga''', ''AsuNoYoichi''

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-->-- '''Chihaya Ikaruga''', ''AsuNoYoichi''
''Manga/AsuNoYoichi''



* As mentioned above, [[{{Meganekko}} Chihaya's]] manga is about a samurai. This samurai is surrounded by four girls. Incidentally, ''AsuNoYoichi'' is also about a samurai surrounded by four girls.

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* As mentioned above, [[{{Meganekko}} Chihaya's]] manga is about a samurai. This samurai is surrounded by four girls. Incidentally, ''AsuNoYoichi'' ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi'' is also about a samurai surrounded by four girls.
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