Seen various places ... pick a question and leave it in the comments. :)

1. How did you come up with the title to [insert fic]?
2. Any of your stories inspired by personal experience?
3. What character do you identify with most?
4. Is there a song or a playlist to associate with [insert fic]?
5. If you wrote a sequel to [insert fic], what would it be about?
6. Care to share a favorite hurt/comfort fic?
7. Care to share a favorite crack fic?
8. How would you describe your style?
9. Do you have a guilty pleasure in fic (reading or writing)?
10. Write or describe an alternative ending to [insert fic].
11. What's the angstiest idea you've ever come up with?
12. What's the weirdest AU you've ever come up with?
13. Got any premises on the back burner that you'd care to share?
14. Is there a fic you wish someone else would write (or finish) for you?
15. How do you begin a story--with the plot, or the characters?
16. Are you what George R. R. Martin would call an "architect" or a "gardener"? (How much do you plan in advance, versus letting the story unfold as you go?)
17. Do you have any discarded scenes/storylines/projects?
18. Are there any writers (fanfic or otherwise) you consider an influence?
19. Any fandom tropes you can't resist?
20. Any fandom tropes you can't stand?
21. A pairing you might like to write for, but haven't tried yet.
22. A secondary (or underrated) character you want to see more of in fic?
23. Do you like more general prompts, or more specific ones?
24. A character you enjoy making suffer.
25. A character you want to protect.
26. Major character death--do you ever write/read it? Is there a character whose death you can't tolerate?

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#3. Embarrassing as it is to admit, I really identify hard with Peggy Carter. It's actually a weird feeling for me, because I don't tend to identify with characters that much; I might see an element of myself here and there in them (I've enjoyed writing both Neal Caffrey and Tessa from Highlander because they're artists and I can use my own art background for that, for example) but I'm not sure if I've ever gotten that zing of character identification quite as hard in my life as I've gotten with Peggy. Even so, I try to maintain separation as much as possible when I'm writing her -- I definitely don't want to write her as a self-insert, because she is very definitely not me in many areas of her background and personality. But yeah ... if there ever was a character I identified with hard, Peggy is that character.

#25. I had a really hardcore case of this for Jennifer Keller in SGA, because the fandom hated her so much. I do have other characters I'm that way about, but I'm not sure if I've felt as virulently defensive of a character as I did with her.

Edited at 2016-09-15 06:13 am (UTC)