schreberpants said: *tries again* 2, 14, 16? :D
2. Favorite piece overall?
Male, 45, Divorced, Seeks Male. It’s so AU it’s original fic. I didn’t know I could write original fic. I’d been reading a lot of writing advice and finally actually applied it, and I just think it works. Also, this was the first time I talked myself into shipping something, and that’s a special moment in every fangirl’s life.
14. Would you want to write canon for any of your fandoms (like be hired by showrunner to do an episode)? Which one?
I’m on the outskirts of a lot of fandoms, but the only one I’d say I’m firmly in is Revolution. I have very mixed feelings about that. I’d do it for the experience, but I’d expect to come out of it somewhere between frustrated and disgusted.
16. 3 favorite comments ever received on fanfic.
Corycideswrites left a compliment on a Jeremy fic, and I nearly died of happiness. She was the Revolution fan fic goddess at the time and I still admire the hell out of her writing. Nothing tops acknowledgement from an expert in the field, especially when you’ve just started to work up the nerve to post. Heh, poor cold Jeremy. You have a really great voice for him here, I loved his bickering with himself and his mixture of fondness/distance from Marie Clare - mimicking in a way his affection, bleak acceptance of Bass’ issues. 'The crazy train should never be going that fast' :D
"Headcanon accepted" is a personal favorite. I like writing fix-it and fill-in, so I’ve gotten it more than once.
Jaqofspades left a wonderfully specific comment on the end of This Is A Terrible Idea. It meant a lot to me because she specifically referenced things I had done as a writer. Porn isn’t meant to evoke such strong emotions and a sense of loss after it’s done! Just so you know ;) This was delicious right from the beginning to the last para; so much badass Bass, so much Charlie finding her way and resisting the fact it just might be with him. Things I loved, beside everything: the way she begrudged him that yes right up til the end; the backstory on Shelly and her kids; the condoms and the remark about ‘only when there’s no one who wants me to be faithful’ (oh, HEART), hearing a little more about Duncan and Scranton, and, of course, that tiny slice of a far away, distant view of Bass and Charlie, where you can see them fighting and loving and fighting and building together for a lifetime. And now I’m off to read the deleted scenes :D