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03 February 2017 @ 01:28 pm

Here is a list of my fics as they stand, this is a work in progress and will alter as I get to grips with this.
One standard disclamer honestly this is all fiction no matter how much I cling to the Crossroads Demon's ankles, anybody got Crowley's number?

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24 August 2016 @ 01:25 pm
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21 August 2016 @ 08:14 pm
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04 August 2016 @ 01:17 pm
I admit I have way too guilty of just lurking and not leaving comments, but no more I tell you! I'll be leaving comments and telling authors just how much I've enjoyed their stories.

In fact to paraphrase Crowley....Let's make LJ great again!

Originally posted by wings128 at Serious Conversation about Fandom
Originally posted by dugindeep at Serious Conversation about Fandom

Let's have a Serious Conversation (yes capitals) about fandom ... I believe it is a quiet feeling among writers and artists and other creators that the shift to AO3, Twitter, and Tumblr has obliterated feedback, connections, and conversations in fandom. I say it is a quiet feeling because I have had this conversation in person, but few of us say it aloud (in writing):

Feedback helps drive the creators forward.

As cherie_morte recently said (paraphrased): without comments/feedback, we're just shouting into a void; if we love an idea in our heads and we have no connection with those reading/seeing it, then the ideas remain in with us - they are not created and shared with the group.

I do believe that AO3 makes it easy to go for a simple click of the kudos rather than leaving a comment. And I do believe that the increase in device reading (tablets, smart phones, etc) has decreased the timing (or chance) for a person to go back to the post and comment. And I also believe that Twitter has replaced LJ as a forum for conversations and discourse regarding fandom, the show, etc. But I also believe it comes down to the people and how we are using these platforms.

AO3 has a comment button - so it's not hard at all to leave a more committed comment to tell someone why you've enjoyed what they created. LJ is still here with the same functions we all discovered via fandom. And both applications allow free account creation, which makes it one easy step to sign in and leave feedback. I think this is essential for 'new' members to buy into the fandom that is still around and kickin', as well as celebrate the folks who left TEN YEARS of fabulous content to enjoy today, tomorrow, and years later.

This fandom is dwindling rapidly ... and while I see plenty of folks on Twitter talk about being 'new' to fandom, I think the culture has shifted so far towards disconnected that we're not longer interacting with and supporting fandom.

So, I implore anyone reading this post to comment on posts, leave feedback (and more than just 'sequel??'), to recognize the contributions folks are making (have made) to fulfill the wealth of created content we are fortunate to have at our fingertips, and continue a feedback loop to encourage folks to continue - and even join - the fun that has always made fandom fun!

I promise to post more ... about the show, life, whatever ... and to comment on folks posts more. Because we can no longer complain about fandom dying when we're not doing a thing to save it.


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20 July 2016 @ 01:14 pm
I'm here seeking the technical wisdom of my Fl*st, I've been dodging the windows 10 upgrade for months now. And now it looks like my time is up, I went to move it again and it's refusing to budge! so I have until midnight tonight to decide whether to upgrade or not.

I've asked around in the office and so far the opinion is don't touch windows 10 with a barge pole. I'm hearing about buggered up softwear and slowed down lap tops, so what I want to know from my dear Fl*st is as a technophobe should I take the approach if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Or should I be brave and update.

I should mention that I don't actually use my 8.1 desktop. I actually use the Acer desktop instead. so ladies can you help this poor technophobe out? As I've said I'm running out of time I must make a decision.
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19 July 2016 @ 01:25 pm
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16 July 2016 @ 07:24 pm
Friends, Romans, Fl*sters, how are we all tonight? I've just stopped by to rec a fun little story. It's a great idea to do with the Pokemon Go and Sam and Dean, and considering I'm working with an addict (waves at Josh) this made me smile. So please go read Gotta Catch 'em all by anniespinkhouse
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08 July 2016 @ 01:28 pm
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22 June 2016 @ 07:55 am
Let's go make our boys heroes!

Originally posted by casey28 at AP2HYC TV Awards Biggest Damn Male Hero
I love that they've included both brothers, and I agree, they're a "package deal". :D

“How could we pick just one of the Winchesters for biggest male hero? The brothers are a package deal and it’s about time we acknowledge the hard work these two, seemingly ordinary, guys put in to prevent the world from going under. Without any supernatural powers (other than those occasionally afflicted on them) Sam & Dean roam around the country saving people and hunting things… and more times than not they actually seek out danger rather than wait for it to come knocking.”

Go vote here
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I saw this and I just had to share it, thank you Richard for these wonderful words.

Originally posted by theatregirl7299 at No truer words spoken - Thank you Richard Speight, Jr.
I wanted to write an introduction, but I realized that there was no need, except to say that these were Richard's words from the Sunday Opening Panel of Phoenix Con. Thank you Richard.

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