meme/poll

ask the reader

Just me being curious. ETA: Really, just me being curious. I'm not suffering anxiety over my writing or considering packing up and leaving; you guys are stuck with me flinging fic at you pretty much no matter what. It's wired into me.

I'm just trying to figure out what people are interested in, because it's always more fun to share if people actually want the thing you're sharing. That's why (well, partially why) I started writing mostly SGA, after all--it's what got feedback.

Of the last ten stories I've posted, which are your favorites? Pick no more than three.

To Move Mountains [sga]
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A Good Cup of Coffee (is hard to find) [sga]
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Five SG-1 Team Nights (in or out) [sg-1]
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Or What You Will [shakespeare]
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A Theory of Parallels [sga au]
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Stories of Gods and Heroes [sg-1]
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Things Already Seen [sga au]
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Stalked [sga]
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Agent of Influence [sg-1]
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Take 2 Every 4 To 6 Hours [sga au]
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What's your overall favorite story I've written?

What sort of stories should I write in the future?



And now I shall go do math and read about democracy in America. As described by a Frenchman.
Indexing:
No, no--you haven't been lame, and this isn't a subtle plea to feed my ego. No anxieties here. Well, not many. I'm just always curious about how people react to my stuff--what interests them, what doesn't. Yes, I write mostly for myself, but knowing that there's an audience adds incentive to actually finish stuff.

Really, the main reason for this poll--and all similar polls and posts--is to help me decide what to focus on in my writing. I have so many stories waiting to be written, it's often hard to figure out what to tackle next. Also, making polls is more fun than doing homework.

In conclusion, you are a wonderful person, who often leaves me lovely feedback, and there is nothing for you to feel guilty or concerned about. Really. Even if nobody said anything, I'd keep grinding stuff out. It's just more fun when it's a dialogue instead of a monologue.