In your own space, talk about your creative process - from what inspires you to what motivates you to how you manage to break through blocks. Does your process change depending on the type of creating you're doing?
Ho-hum. Yeah, I got nothing.
Or I do, but I've just been talking so much of writing these days. I'm still tapped from the blog tour I did last year. I have been enjoying reading other people's process. But, I should be talking about writing more, that's what us professional authors do. HAHAHA! I just don't know what anyone cares to read about. So, why don't you ask me a question, anything at all, about my writing, my process, how I deal with any aspect of it, and I'll have answers, either here or on my pro-blog. :)
Comment to someone you haven't ever interacted with before or introduce yourself to someone you've interacted with and friend/follow them. It doesn't have to be anything complex - it can be feedback for a fanwork or discussing something you might have in common or even simply admiring their icon. The point is to reach out to someone you normally wouldn't and connect with them, even if it's only for the briefest moment.
Biggest cheater! But I did that with someone else on that day who said they welcomed anyone too shy to go and randomly talk to a stranger to come and randomly talk to them, so yeah. I DID IT! And we bonded over Spencer Reid. *sigh*
In your own space, talk about your fannish origin story. How did you come to fandom, why did you choose your fannish name, do you have more than one secret identity?
( Super TL;DR, sorry )
Wow, that was super self-indulgent and full of unnecessary detail. I feel I should give some sort of reward for anyone who suffered through it. ♥♥