dresden_kink_mods: black and white crescent moon and stars, sort of a burn out affect (Default)
dresden_kink_mods ([personal profile] dresden_kink_mods) wrote in [community profile] dresden_kink2011-03-21 09:04 pm
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(Anonymous) 2011-04-03 09:34 am (UTC)(link)
I didn't mean we should demand something from the authors. But maybe they're sitting sad and lonely and thinking 'nobody reads this anyway, why should I continue' when in fact somebody still waits impatiently for more. With rounds 1 and 2 officially closed it's almost useless trying to comment there...
Also, I remember at least one instance in which an author said that she forgot she started writing a story at all XD
Everybody needs appreciation, so please reconsider.

(Anonymous) 2011-04-12 03:32 am (UTC)(link)
What about a voluntary reminder thread? Maybe over on the discussion page? Something along the lines of "Author of [insert fill here] is not feeling the love, do you want me to continue?"

Of course, that makes me think there should be corresponding threads with "Author of [insert fill here] will not be continuing" and "Author of [insert fill here] is putting his/her fill up for grabs, round robins, and what-have-you." Something like a "status of fill" thread.


The problem is that this gets complicated, and if the author doesn't want to continue, they shouldn't feel they have to. And you might have the problem of anons who aren't the author starting threads just to get the author-non's attention.


...I am one who will likely need reminders that hey, that's my fill over there. Oops. ^^; I'm not the anon you're thinking of, but it could have EASILY been me. It's one of my semi-fears that I've lost a fill somewhere and left it unfinished.