Nov. 10th, 2015

Poll: Fic or Die 2015! (spoiler: the answer is YES.)

It has come to my attention that certain individuals among you are:

1) hoarding finished or near-finished fic on your sneaky hard drives; or
2) dithering about, occasionally poking at, and/or furiously scribbling unfinished fic; or
3) pondering fic in your enormous sparkly brains without yet having set pen to paper or finger to keyboard about said undertaking; or
4) in dire need of being prompted into engaging in activities 1-3.

YOU CAN TRY TO RUN BUT THERE IS NO ESCAPE!


I WILL FIND YOU AND PUT A PLOTBUNNY CHICKEN ON YOUR HEAD.


Now that I've got your horrified attention, I am sure you all remember the last time we had a Fic Or Die challenge (that I bullied [info]spaghettitoes into organising, whereupon she, in turn, bullied everybody into writing - which, incidentally, is exactly how I want things to go when I rule the world!).

My pressing question now is this:

Poll #7662 Fic or Die - Yes Or Yes?
Open to: All, results viewable to: All

Would you be interested in (and more importantly, willing to commit to) Fic Or Die 2015?

View Answers

HELL YES THIS IS A SPLENDID NOTION INDEED!! YESSSS.
4 (33.3%)

Cool, I've been meaning to finish That Thing! Yes.
1 (8.3%)

I think so, I could use some motivation to write. Yes.
3 (25.0%)

I am super-busy so it may not be more than a snippet/drabble/haiku, but sure! Yes.
2 (16.7%)

I have no unfinished fic, but will come up with something new! Yes.
1 (8.3%)

I feel totally uninspired but I will let you lot oppress me into trying. Sigh-yes.
4 (33.3%)

Soz, not feeling it at all, but I pledge to cheer madly and visibly from the sidelines (in OUTFITS that I will post PICTURES of. YES.)
2 (16.7%)

I see there is no actual "no" option but I feel I have a compelling reason not to! I shall elaborate in the comments so you can then try and convince me otherwise. (YES.)
1 (8.3%)

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