Illman (illman) wrote,

Stolen from eolivet (I just couldn't resist)

Which fandoms do you write for?

Right now: WaT and CSI

All in all: X-Files, EFC, Stargate SG1, Star Trek DS9, Star Trek Ent, Dark Angel (never posted any of those)

How many stories have you written? Any of them novel size?
16 CSI (9 posted), 5 WaT (1 posted), about 15 Stargate SG1 (none posted), 2 EFC (none posted), 1 unposted in all my other fandoms

No idea what qualifies as a novel: the longest, finished fic I wrote to date is about 100 000 words (unposted EFC/Stargate SG1 crossover), but I've an almost finished WaT fic which is longer.

Out of all the stories you've written, which are you most proud of?

I'm proud of aforementioned EFC/SG1 crossover as it's my first, IMHO successful crossover. Although All in a Day (CSI) wasn't exactly much of a hit with readers, I'm quite proud of it because a lot of planning and especially research went into that.

Would you say your writing has gotten better over your time in the fandom, or worse?

It has gone downhill from the start with CSI. WaT is too early to tell. There is the kind of fic I write intending to possibly post it and there is fic I write just for myself. Currently I'm mainly into a personal WaT fic project.

Do you read others works in the fandom? If so, do you have a favorite?

I read lots of WaT fic in general, especially casefiles. Pairing doesn't really matter to me. With CSI I read almost only casefiles, same goes for X-Files. Favourites: there are quite a few.

Is there any particular fanfiction author you wish you could emulate?
Authors how manage to pull off good, flowing description and convincing romance. Two things I lack. Also I'm in awe of those who know fitting adjectives ;)

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