ficpositivity ([personal profile] ficpositivity) wrote2017-07-29 11:30 pm

Fic Positivity Feedback Meme


inspired by previous feedback memes

since leaving authors positive comments is all the rage right now, this is a catch-all feedback meme for all any of your favorite authors! want to compliment an author's writing in general, not just a specific fic? this is the place to do it!

anonymous commenting is on.

1. writers: leave a comment with your username, writing journal, comm, or ao3. please also mention if you'd like constructive criticism since concrit can be positive!

          dreamwidth: <user name="username">
          livejournal: <user name="username" site="">
          ao3: <user name="username" site="">

you can link your thread by copying the link in the (link) section of the comment, and pasting it elsewhere to plug your thread!

2. readers and commenters: leave a reply to the individual writer's thread (this can be done by clicking "reply to this" of the writer's comment to ensure that your reply is going to the right place) with your positive feedback.

please respect the authors' wishes if they would like concrit or not.

3. have fun and be kind! this is a post for fic positivity only :)

4. plugging your thread: use this code! or plug on tumblr!

out_there: A present for my 25th birthday (SGA: Reading Rodney by Celli)

[personal profile] out_there 2017-07-31 04:49 am (UTC)(link)
You know that I heart you and your writing in crazy ways, right? If not for your writing -- if not for being so wowed by SV "Smoke and Mirrors" -- I wouldn't have emailed you, and we might never have become friends, or spent weekends AIM-watching movies with Josh Charles or co-writing Sports Night fic or had an excuse to write about accounting and taxes.

So I'm goign to talk about Smoke and Mirrors: about how much I love the sensory details of smoking and drinking, how much we learn about the Lex and Lionel by seeing how they see the world, the memories and internal judgements attached to objects. How well they understand each other and how little they connect.

I still think it's a powerful look into those two characters. Into intrinsic, essential truths about each of them that they would never admit aloud.