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Date Posted: Monday, April 11, 05:59:16pm
Author: Diane
Subject: Re: Not just to fix things (r)
In reply to: Rita 's message, "Not just to fix things (r)" on Monday, April 11, 10:57:13am

I agree. It's the "whys" and/or the "why nots" that get me thinking about plotlines. It's what got me into reading fanfic. I wanted other peoples' explanations put on the table. Now that I've started writing, it's the same thing that keeps gnawing away at me.

For me, certainly, it was the "fix it" thing, which in turn spawned the "damn it's too much trouble to fix it, how about some AU!" impulse.

Yeah, that works too. LOL

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