tortietta: (loopy)
Hahahahahahahahaha.

LOVE YOU ALL! OH YES! MUCH LOVE!!! <333

Hahahahahaha, have the gigglys, er giglgles, giggles, yes, giggles! Hahahahaha, Kate my monkey darling this is all your fault! :)))) Hahahaha, :))))).

Oooh, maybe I should make a trip to the winery tomorrow!!! YES!! FREE WINE AND CHEESE TASTING! AND LOVELY DISCOUNT BABY!!! <3333 DISCOUNT!


WHEEEEE!!! HAVE I MENTIONED I LOVE ALL OF YOU?? Because like I really do! AND MONKEY TACO GIRL!!! LOVE YOU GORGEOUS!!! <333333

Hahahahhahahahaha.
tortietta: (Trio WTF)
It's late and really not the ideal time to get into a discussion on original fiction vs. fanfiction, but I was talking with [livejournal.com profile] mockreality who brought up some interesting points about what you get out of writing original fiction instead of fanfiction. I don't actually agree with her POV, but it did make me think about what I get out of writing fanfiction as well as original fiction.


C/p'd with permission from a tired [livejournal.com profile] mockreality. SPAG and incoherancy to be ignored. :">

[livejournal.com profile] maevy: so i have a hankering to write a novel length hp fic... haven't had an urge to do that in a long time....

[livejournal.com profile] mockreality: why dont you just write something non hp... you know? if i didnt always have uni work to do, that's what i would do... and indeed tried to over the xmas holidays. i don't, i never have understood the whole reasoning why someone wants to write fics of hp or fanfics in general.. i tried once or twice, but that is someone elses idea, someone elses imagination you are taping into and using their idea to, well... because you are too lazy to think of a different storyline, different characters. sure there interesting to read, but nothing like the real thing, the real experience of writing something that is uniquely yours.. something that doesn't need to comply with rules of canon.. etc. i mean i know that's what you love, and i am in no way trying to dismiss it, but i think you'd get more satisfaction of coming up with an original storyline of your own. that's me though and when i ever get to actually sit down and extend my short stories into novels that's what will make me happy, but doing and working on what someone elses hardwork seems not right.. you probably disagree with me totally, but that's your thing..

In which Maevy defends the creativity of writing fanfic, despite the fact that I am clearly brain-fried... )


Right, so the point of this post is to ask you all what you think. Why do you write fanfiction? What are your views on original fiction vs. fanfiction? I know a lot of you write original fic as well as fanfic so I'd very interested to hear all your views. So, speak up! Tell me what you think!

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