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Date Posted: Wednesday, February 08, 08:45:59pm
Author: sk
Subject: Re: I think you raise a good point (r)
In reply to: JayBee 's message, "I think you raise a good point (r)" on Wednesday, February 08, 10:40:08am

Absolutely agree about the putty aspect of fan fiction (gap filling).

LFN isn't quite that, but then again the life of secret agents is far enough away from most people's existence that it might as well be a different world.

For me, it's trying to find the "real world" aspect of the bizarre environment that is the easiest entry point to writing LFN stuff. Sci-fi has so many variables that I get dizzy trying to write anything like it.

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