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Two Questions - Episode 1

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Keira Marcos

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Yzba asks: As both a writer and a reader, I tend to get hyper-focused on a fandom. So for however long that focus lasts, I won’t be able to touch any other fandom. As a reader, that’s okay, but as a writer, it’s more of an issue. I’ve been wanting to do RT for years, but I know that whichever fandom I would sign up with might not be the one my mind is on once we get to the actual event. A few weeks ago, I plotted out my Quantum Bang in one fandom, but my brain has now switch to something different, and I know chances are it’ll change again a lot during the bang. Any tips to solving this problem? It makes finishing any story almost impossible, and it can piss me off.

Rothesis asks: What characteristics make for a type of character that you have difficulty writing? Some fandoms can be enjoyed without really inspiring fanfiction. What have you noticed are common features of this type of creative work?