Specify fandom if you want for any of the questions.
1. Which is your favorite of the fics you've written for X fandom?
2. Favorite 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. Would you want to write canon for any of your fandoms (like be hired by showrunner to do an episode)? Which one?
15. Does font matter to you when you're writing a draft?
16. 3 favorite comments ever received on fanfic.
17. Any mean comments? How'd you deal with it? Who laid the smackdown?
18. If you could go back and revise one of your older stories, which would it be?
19. 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?
20. Go nuts, and talk about writing. Or write me a little ficlet-whatsit using a character/image/line I shall now specify
watching Witches of East End, and all I can think about is what a fantastic Sirius Black fc that Daniel DiTomasso would make.
- Stephen Amell around 2:40 (x)
# i don't even care how many times this quote gets reblogged # it's going on my blog again # stephen amell # captain amell
These are from a wonderful book called The Art Of Comforting. Check it out and learn how to be better at supporting people going through difficult things.
# omg these are great # reference # human reference # the art of comforting # i need this
A lot of people are asking what exactly Jared and Aisha said and I am literally too angry to want to retype it all but I just tweeted about it, so here:
And that’s basically the summary of it, there was more but I was a bit distracted by rage to catch all of what was said.
I am just so angry because it shows just such disrespect and misogyny and I can’t even describe how hurtful their comments were, as a female fan, as a woman and a person who values the stories and lives of women, to see such blatant disregard and scorn for the idea of female characters, especially after Jeremy Carver’s condescending remarks earlier, and I just…
I don’t like hating people. I really don’t.
But I really hate Jared Padalecki and Aisha Tyler right now.
Ok. I love Misha Collins. And I’m excited to do GISHWHES this year. And I’ll always support him. But that’s it. I’m sorry he’s stuck with such a misogynistic coworker, especially when he has so epically spoken out about how much he hates the misogyny on the show in the past.
No more SPN.
# spn # misogyny # transphobia # WTF # seriously what is wrong with this man? # can the SPN creative team and actors go learn everything they need to know about interacting with their fanbases from the arrow team?
What do you admire most about Oliver Queen […]?
stephen amell: there’s one woman in oliver’s life this year. just one. It’s Felicity
stephen amell: I talked to the producers…umm anybody that Oliver is not related to on the show, he’s slept with. Can we fix that? Can we not do that?
# this comic con has been magic # sdcc # arrow # arrow spoilers # captain amell
My dog is just like me in two of the most important ways:
- he hates getting up and doing things in the morning.
- and almost nothing can entice him to leave the house while it’s raining
i think it’s very interesting that in the NerdHQ panel, Stephen said that Oliver hasn’t always made the best romantic decisions - and that he brought it to the producers attention that apart from anyone he’s directly related to, Oliver has slept with every woman on the show - he said, ‘can we not do that? Can we have some female characters that Oliver doesn’t immediately have to bed?
This is very interesting to me - especially in light of the fact that Stephen always reacts very muted when interviewers, or KC teasing in that other interview, about Oliver getting with lots of ladies - he’s never really been like, ‘hell yeah!’ about it or anything - never really reacts at all to those comments.
All this rambling just to say that it would make sense to me if Stephen had said that he’d like it if Oliver could have a romantic choice / path that he can play faithfully to - pick a lane - so to speak. That’s kind of what I felt in the famous ‘there’s only one woman in Oliver’s life’ interview, the interviewer was saying, ‘well, Olicity looks to be on hiatus, but what about Sara or Laurel, or new characters’ and Stephen just shuts it down - nope. Just one woman. Just Felicity. And I think from now on it will only ever be Felicity.
The show picked a lane people.