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Even if my heart cries.
Ten Ways to Know You're Stuck Reading a Kali Cephirot's Fic 
20th-Jan-2006 01:31 am
Michael Gandolfi.
And because I really can't deal with angst right now nor I want... memes and fanfics and whatever not.




    10. ANGST. Even if it's a gen fic, there's always going to be a little bit of angst.

    9. Weird sentence estructure. Both in Spanish and in English. I like cropping sentences and having one words as that.

    8. Repetition of situations. Lately I've noticed that in my fics I tend to put the same situation through different characters in the same fic. I don't mean it word-by-word-different-perspective, but some things repeating themselves.

    7. Unexpected humor. WHO KNEW I COULD DO HUMOR?!

    6. Harry Potter: My Sirius is always gay, my Remus bisexual tyvm, I can't almost write kid-fics, and Sirius/Remus is canon-or-almost-always-mentioned.

    5. Run-out-sentences. ALL THE COOL KIDS ARE DOING IT!

    4. Use of simple words and yet metaphores. Interrupting lines of thoughts and the narrative voice deciding to interfere with the narration.

    3. There's probably at least one mention about stars and/or sunsets.

    2. The Fluffier The Fic The Better. Or something. Lately all my fics have been fluuuuuuuuuff.

    1. There is not such a thing as too much sarcasm used, thank-you-very-much.


And Pick any of MY STORIES and I'll go through and give you Director's Cut.
Comments 
20th-Jan-2006 04:31 pm (UTC)
2. The Fluffier The Fic The Better. Or something. Lately all my fics have been fluuuuuuuuuff.

When life is angsty enough, why add to it? Fluff is a wonderful thing. I have noticed that--for the most part--the older (or at least, the more mature) the fic author, the fluffier their writing. I doubt very much that that's because older people lead easier, happier lives--I think it's because they've learned not to wallow in pain and sadness any more than they absolutely have to.

And no, there never is enough sarcasm, and certainly not too much. ;-)
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