two writing memes
Fic writing questions! (stolen from tumblr)
Leave a number, or as many as you want.
1. Which is your favourite of the fics you've written?
2. Favourite piece overall?
3. Which was the hardest to write, in terms of plot?
4. Which has the most "you" in it, however you'd define that?
5. What is an image/set of images that you're particularly proud of?
6. Idea that you always wanted to write but could never make work?
7. Least favorite plot point/chapter/moment?
8. Favorite plot point/chapter/moment?
9. Favorite character to write?
10. Favorite line or lines of dialogue that you've written
11. If I'm showing off just one of your pieces to someone, which one should it be?
12. What WIPs do you have going now? Are you excited about them?
13. Are there any things that might have happened in any of your stories, but you changed them at the last minute? (So-and-so dies, they don't actually kiss, main character has long extended ballet-based dream sequence, etc.)
14. Does font matter to you when you're writing a draft?
15. 3 favorite comments ever received on fanfic.
16. Any mean comments? How'd you deal with it? Who laid the smackdown?
17. If you could go back and revise one of your older stories, which would it be?
18. Do you make up scenes at work/on the bus/at the gym? Who are the characters that pop up the most? Do you write them down?
19. Go nuts, and talk about writing. Or write me a little ficlet-whatsit using a character/image/line I shall now specify
NO EXCUSES WRITING MEME (also stolen from tumblr)
drop one (or more) of these bad boys in a comment and i will post, without editing
- FIRST — the first two sentences of my current project
- LAST — the most recently written two sentences of my current project
- NEXT — the next line. meaning i will finish the sentence I’m on and write a new one, which you’ll get.
- [insert prompt here] — you post a prompt, and i’ll write three sentences based on that prompt, set in the same time/setting as my current project
- THE END — i’ll make up an ending, or post the ending if i’ve written it
- BEFORE THE BEGINNING — three sentences (or more) about something that happened before the plot of my current project
- POV — something that’s already happened, retold from another character’s perspective