Christmas cocoa

Kinda-December kinda-posting kinda-meme (also an interview!)

There is a brand new interview with me at the webzine Sequential Tart this week, in which I talk mainly about my webcomic Kismet, but also about Patreon, my Summer Arts Festival teaching gig, and various other stuff.

I am absolutely loving the December posting meme! So many posts on my reading page!

I'm nowhere near organized enough to commit to doing this myself (or, perhaps I should say that I have a very reliable but limited amount of organizational ability that is reserved for important stuff like turning in freelance work on deadline; the more responsibilities I add, the harder it gets to do any of them). However, I seem to recall that last year or the year before, I did a modified version of this: no dates, no specific commitments to respond (that is, as with all of the prompt stuff that I do, you may or may not get an answer), but ...

... is there anything you want to ask me about? Anything you'd like me to talk about in a post? I've been kinda wanting to talk about fiction stuff, writing stuff, tropey fannish stuff, but I don't have anything specific to talk about. So if there is anything you'd like me to talk about, feel free to prompt me and maybe I'll make a post about it. :)

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Congrats on the interview! :D

Hmm, questions, questions, questions... How do you see Peter and Elizabeth adapting to a child in their lives? (Well, a child that isn't Neal, lol!! :D )

Edited at 2014-12-02 02:44 pm (UTC)
I love and read any conversations on my flist about fanfiction or other writing stuff! I have been emailing back and forth with one of my friends on various subjects such as how to pick out a voice for your story (something I have been struggling with for a particular story I'm writing) and it's been a lot of fun to just delve into what works in what circumstances. Don't have a specific prompt right now, but you always have thoughtful and interesting things to say on the subject of writing and I enjoy it :)
This is all kinds of awesome. :) I read through the interview where you talked about teaching a class and using Avatar as an example. That sounds like so much fun! I know I've learned more about writing from you than from anyone else (mostly from whenever you beta my stuff). I'd love for you to talk about how you find the plots in your stories?
Do you like mpreg? Why or why not? If not, what might an mpreg author do to entice you?
Your White Collar AUs! Horse farm one, angel!Peter, Psychic!Neal, Fallen London… What was the same about writing them, what’s the difference? What is the difference between writing AU!fic and a canon!fic with these characters? Which traits of characters and their relationships do you always keep intact in any universe? Some bits that didn’t get into the actual stories? Whatever you like:)