Check out the blog’s new fic library. Click on the general tab to get more information about it or hover over the tab to access the #-B section of the library. I will continue to update the rest of the library as time goes by. ^^
Thanks to the authors who gave consent to have their fics up–and special thanks to Moley for all her help as well!!
All the best,
I can’t wait to share everything with you guys!! :D There’s more to come! (long length interviews, “man on the street” reads, commentaries, etc. etc.)
Thanks for reading and commenting! If you guys ever have anything to share (thoughts, feedback, commentaries, you name it) feel free to message me/the blog via twitter/the tumblr ask box/email (timevaulted @gmail.com)/etc.
Man on the Street interviews are based off of the impromptu interview format used by the news media. These are fun, short (but always enlightening) interviews with fanficcers like yourself. (;
We’ll be kicking off the Man on the Street series with Kou (fatsoko). **Click here for the interview.
Thanks for following the blog! Hope you’ll enjoy this new format (it’ll be interwoven with long form interviews and any other posts on this blog.) As always, feedback is always appreciated ^^ Feel free to post any thoughts/comments in this entry or via the feed back page.
All the best,
quick quick — if you have any questions you’d like to ask jieunie please submit them now :D<33
- fancracked: The talk of generation comparisons sounds like it's a constant “generation vs generation” debacle. As someone who's seen and been on both sides so to say, what do you make of all of this?
- thao: hmmmm What do I think of it? I think it's all good. I mean, I know there are a lot of writers who've been writing for a while who're experiencing all these changes and don't like them, but that's life isn't it? Nothing is ever really consistent and changes are always bound to happen. It's kind of like a cycle to me--a cycle that is inevitable. It's just a matter of time until a new set of writers come in and set the trends and whatever in the fic world. Although there will always be disagreements and conflicts because of these differences between the two generations, I feel like it's a sort of equilibrium because let's face it, (Soompi) fanfics will never reach 'utopia.' What we really have though, is pretty healthy. All these conflicts and differences really propel writers to think more and I guess, learn from each other.