It seems that it’s been a while since I wrote an ‘Asked and Answered’ post, but here’s an interesting question that found its way into my inbox: 646 more words
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A while ago I got to ask a few questions of the delightful Christopher Fowler.
Chris is a prolific writer of books of many genres, who is currently most notable for his series about the adventures of octogenarian detectives Arthur Bryant and John May, and their increasingly antiquated, much maligned and yet highly successful Police Department, The Peculiar Crimes Unit. 736 more words
After some nudging, I’m adding a new feature to the blog called Asked and Answered.
I’ve been told I give some solid advice. Mostly because I don’t bullshit or sugar coat. 108 more words
just wanted to say: i think i started following you because i remembered your username from ff and loved all your zim fics, but i've stuck around for your personal posts. i've had a lot of bad experiences growing up in the church and i'm teetering on the brink of abandoning the whole deal, but your honesty and transparency in discussing god and multiple other topics, at the very least makes me think. you talk about things in a way ive never heard anyone else do, and its refreshing. so thank you.
Anon…. you have no idea how much I needed to hear that tonight. Thank you. I’d give you the biggest hug if I could right now. 11 more words
Since Mystery, a Kitsune, is part of Japanese mythology, have you ever thought of trying to implement other parts of it, such as Bakemono or Tengu, into your fics?
The only reason I have him as a kitsune is because he was in the original video, and now it seems there is more Japanese mythology to come from the video series in the future. 132 more words