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...and verbing phrases that shouldn't be verbed, I've been a getting a lot of kudos/favorites on fics lately, on both AO3 and ffnet, which is odd since I haven't posted a thing in over three months. By "lots", I mean at least one per day. Usually I get maybe a single kudo/favorite in a week, if I'm lucky. I have to chalk it up to the new series drawing readers back to DW fanfic, though I find it odd that they're finding my fics since I haven't done anything even remotely related to the new Doctor (or even the previous Doctor). Ah, whatever. It's nice to be read.

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bas_math_girl
Oct. 31st, 2018 04:12 pm (UTC)
Well done! I'm doing alright out of it as well on AO3 lately. Nice. :D
shyfoxling
Nov. 1st, 2018 09:31 pm (UTC)
Do you ever get people subscribing to fics marked "complete"? I guess I can understand people subscribing to me as an author, because perhaps they just haven't noticed how long ago the last thing I posted actually was (over seven years), but it baffles me when they subscribe to completed fics.
shivver13
Nov. 3rd, 2018 04:53 pm (UTC)
Oh, totally! I don't understand it. I get subscribes on multi-chapters that are marked as complete and, if you've read it, you can tell have obviously ended. No idea why anyone would do that. Maybe they're hoping you're going to write a sequel and post chapter at the end of the previous one saying there's something new to read?
shyfoxling
Nov. 5th, 2018 07:23 pm (UTC)
Hmm, that might actually be vaguely sensible. I've had that happen to me when I just didn't get round to removing a subscription when a fic had ended. Plausible, at least.
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