One of the genres that I'm working on developing are stories based on events that take place on the internet. They focus on the duality of the internet and the physical world, and how people act differently in each one. They also focus on the problems, and how the events unfold in the internet. Basically, instead of having events unfold in traditional places, they take place on the internet. The characters in the physical world also interact. For example, Alex runs a website for her boyfriend since she knows how, and they don't want their friend Kevin to know about it because he's weird and would write all sorts of weird stuff on it and attract negative attention. He ends up discovering it, not knowing it's run by his friends, and registers on it, but his friends don't know. Alex eventually realizes it's him a few years later and bans him and deletes his stuff. She then decides to troll him, knowing who he is but he doesn't realize who she is. She then decides to send him messages saying where he lives and even goes to his room to get files off his computer to email to him under her username, in order to freak him out. Redacted since it's a bit cruel for her to do as a joke He starts trying to find out who she is, sees that she lives in Germany from the WHOIS database (she uses her sister's address) and concludes that the troll is some "with the same name." Eventually he figures it out, and Alex thinks it was funny and while Kevin is relieved, he doesn't think so. Possibly some sort of drama could result. Edit: I'm thinking that this would be a response to some sort of problem that Kevin caused for Alex, not just her being a jerk. It if seems too much though, I can tone it back.