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20. What are your favorite character interactions to write?

I like writing arguments. Maybe that's because I've been n so many. I'm not really sure why. I suppose I could say somehting profound like arguments reveal the characters true nature, and I suppose that could be true, but I just like the challenge of writing a convincing fight. And they never go how I think they will either. I usually plan arguments, and there is usually SO much I want the characters to say and then when I actually write them are a lot shorter than I thought. Which is probably for the best. I mean pages and pages of fighting would be boring after awhile.

Today is voting day and I just can't bring myself to want to go.  For those of you who live in California you will have seen what is in my opinion one of the most mudslining races for Govornor I've seen in a long time. It's been aweful and the whole thing is just a massive turn off. I don't even know if the democrats ut anypne up for the race- It's seems to be battle of the Republicans and most of the commercials have been Meg Whitman vs. Steve Poizner. I don't even know WHO the lesser of two evils is.

In happier news Tea Times Three is up to 122 handwritten pages! Yay! In another 53 I'll be up to approximately 30,000 words! I know, my word counting is terrible. My insistance on the backwardness of handwritting frustrating, but I don't care.

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I don't like Q11 so I thought I'd answer 2 of them.

10. What are some really weird situations your characters have been in? Everything from serious canon scenes to meme questions counts!

I don't know about this, now I feel like I don't ever write anything creative. I think too many 'weird scenes' are just forced. I preffer realistic situations that feel genuine rather than forcing the characters into something into something just for giggles that feels really artificial.

11. Who is your favorite character to write? Least favorite?

I like writing angery characters. I like neurotic characters. I can identify with those two a lot. I like villians but lately I haven't really had any that I would think of as villians, my recent 'villians' are people with opposing viewpoints or people who are doing something they deeply believe in but runs contrary to society and orthe limits of lawful behavior. (terrorists.) But they are not unsympathetic characters.

But I have been writing a lot more lately. The RFN is still growing, not at it's usual pace but it continues forward. And I've started something new which is half as long! Half as long as the RFN is NOW, not half as long as the RFN will probably be.


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