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Blatant steal

You write angst, angst, and more angst. For you, a
story isn't a story unless someone gets
molested/tortured/humiliated/abused. That's
okay, though; nobody writes angst better than
you! Not only that, but your plotlines, however
dark, are quite often very original. Those who
can stomach what you dish out will gladly
attest to your greatness and brilliance. Some
might even call you a god! A rather cruel god,
but a god nonetheless. Your writing is probably
hauntingly beautiful, and someone who's read
your stuff will never forget it.

What Kind of Fanfiction Writer Are You?
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I nicked this from klytaimnestra's lj -- I decided to bring it over to my own to answer two questions I had:

1) how do I upload images to my lj
2) what kind of fic would I write if I ever acquired the intelligence and imagination necessary to such an endeavour

...but I don't think I will. At least, I'm not planning on trying my hand at it any time soon; even if diva_stardust and julchek have recently shown me how wonderfully rewarding it could be. There's so much good, truly good fanfic out there, I'm quite happy to stay curled up on my couch and try and read as much of it as I possibly can. The more I read, the greedier I get; and there's not a lot of spare time I can devote to anything else these days - as some of my friends have had to find out. Thank God for Wimbledon! There'll be nothing on the telly for a few weeks, and if I can put my social life on a the backburner for a while, I may be able to catch up with the rest of you.



Jun. 26th, 2003 02:33 am (UTC)
Yes, think about it!:D

Yeah, it's been an interesting time! I've somehow managed to write a Spawn story that has people who were repulsed at the idea of Spawn before, actually liking it! Whee!

My next plan? World domination!
Jun. 26th, 2003 02:46 am (UTC)
Re: Spuffy, Spawn...Spoyce?
Just read my very first NC-17 Spoyce fic last night...and surprise surprise, I didn't hate it!

Actually, I thought it was quite refreshing. After all, one can only read about so many cups of hot chocolate and marshmallows, and then it gets quite old...

The story I read? Miss Murchison's One Glorious Morning Have I Seen ...I think that was the title. Something Shakespearean, at least.
Jun. 30th, 2003 12:35 am (UTC)
Re: Spuffy, Spawn...Spoyce?
OK, it's called 'A Glorious Morning Have I Seen'...wasn't too far off, was I?