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  1. 3 points
    Panduki

    Why do you write?

    Every so often my muse and I get along and I can write for a while. Other times, the muse might as well be the sun shining through the blinds while I’m trying to sleep after a sleepless insomniac night. “Go away. We’ll play later!” If only inspiration didn’t have a habit of hitting me right when I’m dead tired and finally resolving to sleep for a while..
  2. 3 points
    Desiderius Price

    Why do you write?

    In the end, that’s a good reason, better than money (for those lucky few).
  3. 3 points
    Panduki

    Why do you write?

    Writing for me has always boiled down to the simple reason of, “Because I want to write.” Now my particular reasons beyond that tend to vary. Though with my current fic (and with most others over the years, though this one was the first one I ever felt comfortable enough actually posting online) the reason has been mostly therapeutic. I put a lot of my own experiences and past into the fic (modified of course to fit with the characters and the setting) but it has actually helped me a great deal in sorting out my own thoughts and feelings over the years. It was actually something suggested to me by a therapist, sort of a variation of keeping a journal. But instead of having a conversation with yourself, or your book, instead you are creating characters (or borrowing characters from an established story) and seeing how they would cope with similar things happening to them.
  4. 2 points
    Desiderius Price

    Why do you write?

    That seems to be how it is for me at times, climb into bed, and suddenly, my mind’s racing. I’ll get up, write it down (because it just came up with a good idea), climb back into bed, only to come up with another idea…. Or, wake up early, mind’s racing, so I can’t get myself to go back to bed. I do try carrying a notebook around, just to jot down ideas when they do come.
  5. 2 points
    InvidiaRed

    Why do you write?

    indeed it is. For muses are fickle things
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    quickest way to find it would be to click the link to TAFKAB’s archive profile (right below her avatar, where it says Archive profile: Link) and that will take you to her archive profile, and there you can find the story in question under her “Stories Written”… and I’m guessing the title of the story is “In the Library” since that’s the title of this post.
  8. 1 point
    TAFKAB

    In the Library review responses

    BronxWench 2016-04-15 id # 3000016883 Honestly, I don't think I could ever get enough of these three. You've done a perfect job capturing them, too. Elrond, as reluctant as he can be, is such a masterful dominant when he chooses. Of course, he did learn from Thranduil and Nithembril, who were truly accomplished. He does have that lovely air of danger only barely held in check, and it shines here. Thranduil is probably the most elegant and beautiful of submissives, so completely willing to give himself over to Elrond, and yet still managing to remain the powerful King of the Greenwood despite it. Were I Elrond, I would not have been able to resist such a glorious creature. And Legolas completes this triad with his own combination of sensuality and surrender to his beloved Elrond. The inevitability of Legolas and Thranduil is like the sun rising--something which never fails to amaze and delight. Thank you, so much, for this extraordinary and exquisite gem of a story! Bronx, you're a joy to have as a reader, always. :-) When you trap Elrond into it, yeah, he's a powerful dom. And he was very much entrapped here-- which is why Thranduil gave himself the extra strokes. Thranduil is such an interesting submissive. He switches so easily you're never sure exactly where he is in his head-- note that even in this story at the point where he thinks Elrond might balk, he's holding him where he is. (Of course, he doesn't mind a little punishment, so he's willing to venture the risk of disobedience!) And who could resist him-- or Legolas, either one? I don't think it's within Elrond's power to do so, as Pippychick portrays him. :-) There is indeed something that feels inevitable about Legolas and Thranduil. They have a chemistry that just works even as it's terribly, terribly wrong. X-D Thank you so much for reading and commenting! <3