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1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 1 reply · +1 points

http://www.amazon.com/Sword-Dancer-Tiger-Del-Jenn...

They are actually pretty good if you like this type of thing!

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 0 replies · +8 points

We all do, Mallory.

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 1 reply · +9 points

I REMEMBER SILVER!

This is why the toast is amazing.

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 0 replies · +2 points

The best part is that we don't even need to make it up! McCaffrey comes right out and says it: http://books.google.com/books?id=WsEJw5pBMFwC&...

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 3 replies · +2 points

Ah, I think I was in ANOTHER Pern rip-off that almost got sued. (The girl in charge was named Quarla? That's all I remember, pretty much.) I love the fact that there were multiple Pern rip-off clubs that almost got sued.

Somehow I didn't get into Sailor Moon until grad school which is clearly a tragedy.

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 1 reply · +6 points

There's no righteous justice like the righteous justice of 14 year old girls.

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 5 replies · +3 points

Hey I was too! That almost went in this but then it didn't fit with the general gist. Which one?

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 2 replies · +4 points

Yes oh god, I think it was somewhere around Masterharper where I realized that the rape stuff is kind of weird?

1 day ago @ The Toast - Your Fandom Autobiography · 2 replies · +5 points

<3 thank you

I mean clearly I did some practice cheating too. I actually think copying is a fine way to learn, it's hiding it and like claiming the work is your own while you get praised for it that's weird for me.

(And yet I still feel guilty admitting I traced some of my fan art! So!)

3 weeks ago @ The Toast - Becoming Three: The My... · 0 replies · +2 points

You're right. It's so hard--I miss my husband too (including physically; at five months post partum and I only just had some healing issues resolve). At the same time, I feel very much like a dyad now--with my daughter. I write my love letters to her now. It's scary, sometimes, how consuming it is. But then I see him with her and realize he's feeling the same thing, and that we're together in that. She'll grow and individuate and become her own person and roll her eyes at our love for her, but he won't, because he knows and feels it, too.