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Feb. 27th, 2014 07:34 am
marthawells: (The Serpent Sea)
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I got a lot of stuff done yesterday, and I don't know how, because I didn't feel all that productive. I've typed my passwords wrong so many times I expect if I ever get one right on the first try, the site's not going to let me in because it's going to think it's someone impersonating me.

links:

* Kate Elliott: The Squee of Ile-Rien: Comments on Martha Wells’ Fall of Ile-Rien Trilogy which is also mirrored on Live Journal. I really needed to see this yesterday. It hasn't been a good week for me. And it's hard for me to look back on the trilogy in some ways, because they were the books that killed my career for a while.


* There are GoodReads giveaways for both Emilie and the Hollow World and Emilie and the Sky World.


* Sarah Rees Brennan: Ok, don't get me wrong because it's just curiosity, but I have to ask:
When someone is traditionally published after writing fanfiction, they get treated like trash, both by people who think fanfiction is weird rubbish and by people who themselves like to write and read fanfiction. I've had this happen to me too, and I can tell you it's really not fun, especially when it comes at you from people you really didn't expect it from.


* A follow-up by Jennifer Lynn Barnes: On fandom, parasocial relationships, and what we don’t know
Oh, the fictional friends I have made! But this tendency also has the potential to come with a variety of side-effects, because while fiction is often purposefully written to make certain we know tons of stuff about the personalities, backgrounds, inner workings, flaws, strengths, moral status, and emotional cores of the characters on the page, this is not true of parasocial interactions with real people. When your brain tricks you into thinking that you really know a fictional character, there are many ways in which that is true. But when real people are involved?

It’s not true. It’s not true at all.
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