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EP Master list

It's been brought to my attention that there needs to be a masterlist for the Entagled Particles verse, and I must agree. Therefore, here is a tally of the stories that's been written so far, in the chronological order i which they're meant to take place. I have also added the contributions other people have made to the 'verse.

Latest update: March 8:th, 2012.

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Today, someone pointed me in the direction of Shit My Reviewers Say, and all I can think of is how half of those reviews could very easily have been written by Rodney McKay.

Oct. 7th, 2014

Wow. People actually read Thaw. And someone reviewed it. I'm speechless. This is the equivalent of showing people pictures of your kinda funny-looking baby and having them tell you it's the cutest thing ever.

In other news, I might be doing NaNo again this year. I have no time and no energy, but I do have a sequel that's been begging to be written for the past three years.

So. Hi. How are you guys?

I aten't dead.

I've been absent for a while and probably will be for a while longer. Let's just say I have my reasons, one of which can be spelled S C H O O L and the other W O R K.

Anyway, I mostly dropped in to inform the almighty f-list that the silly little novel I wrote for NaNo 2011 can now be read at AO3 if anyone should be so inclined.
Okay. I've spent my Christmas break mainlining Death in Paradise and Primeval. Now I desperately want to see crossover fic where Richard Poole's secret past as a dinosaur wrangler comes in handy.
I have to be at work in four hours and I absolutely cannot sleep. So what do I do? Write silly, fluffy Entangled Particles fic about knitting apparently. If this makes no sense, it's only because I've been up for sixteen hours and I have to stay awake for like eighteen more. Happy New Year!

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We're having a fascinating online seminar on reading in school right now and I'm very curious. We've sort of gotten stuck on redefining the concept of reading. Usually, reading fiction is mostly viewed as reading books, but with new technology and new media, I think that reading has reached a new stage. For example - many fanfiction authors are just as talented, if not more talented than published writers, not to mention all the fanfiction writers who are published writers.

Anyway. I have a few short questions I'd like to put up for discussion. Please feel free to contribute! (And also, if you want to share an few personal things about yourself, like your age, your level of education (because there is research on level of education and reading habits and I think it's sort of interesting), and your ways of participating in fanfiction culture (reading? writing? both?), that would be awesome. Not mandatory though! This is very much an unofficial survey, just to satisfy my curiosity.)

- Why do you read fanfiction?

- Why do you read original fiction?

- In your choice of reading material, do you pick the same kinds of texts when it comes to fanfiction and original fiction? (For example, romance, action/adventure, etc.)

-Since you started reading fanfiction, do you find that your original fiction reading habits have changed? In that case - how?

- How do you view fanfiction compared to original fiction in terms of legitimacy?

- What kinds of reading do you think should be incorporated in the 'fiction reading' concept? Fanfiction? Gaming? Comic book reading? Something else that I might not have thought of?

Inquiring minds want to know! (And so do aspiring librarians.)
Particles of raw inspiration sleet through the universe all the time. Every once in a while one of them hits a receptive mind, which then invents DNA or the flute sonata form or a way of making light bulbs wear out in half the time. But most of them miss. Most people go though their lives without being hit by even one.
Some people are even more unfortunate. They get them all.

Terry Pratchett in Wyrd Sisters

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