12. Is there an episode above all others that inspires you just a little bit more?
Midnight and The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End, I guess.
15. If you could choose one of your fics to be filmed, which would you choose?
We Wear Plaid Now
and the two other parts of a trilogy I haven’t written yet or It Takes Two to Tango. Or both. Both is good.
So I was tagged by thereareangels to pick the five films I would want with me on a desert island.
The first two are on my list of favorite movies and then the other three just make me happy so
"Sometimes I think there’s way too much coincidence around you, Donna. I met you once. I met your grandfather. Then I met you again. In the whole wide universe, I met you for a second time.
It’s like something’s binding us together.”
"Don’t be so daft. I’m nothing special."
2. Is there a trope you’ve yet to try your hand at, but really want to?
A dystopian or post-apocalyptic AU. Most definitely. Some day I’ll come up with a good plot.
17. Do you write your story from start to finish, or do you write the scenes out of order?
From start to finish.
20. Describe your perfect writing conditions.
I don’t really have any? I’ll write anywhere, really, as long as there’s not a television on or anything like that.
You haven't seen my game face yet, old boy.
11. Is writing your passion or just a fun hobby?
I’ve rewritten this answer five times and my responses seem to be getting increasingly pretentious, so basically, I guess it is my passion, although I don’t tend to think of it that way.
28. Share three of your favorite fic writers and why you like them so much.
I wish I could include other fandoms for variety’s sake, but I don’t read enough fics from other fandoms to have any favorite writers. So as far as Tatennant writers, I guess I’d say—
38. Talk about a review that made your day.
Pretty much any reviews or comments make my day because I don’t get them very often, but I actually get the most excited when someone tells me that they loved one of my fics even if they don’t generally care for the ship. It’s one thing to get someone invested in a story and the characters’ struggles if they already care about the characters and want to see them together, but to hear that I managed to send someone on a roller coaster and get them invested when they weren’t already… it’s really exciting.
39. Do you ever get rude reviews and how do you deal with them?
I can’t remember ever getting a rude review? Everyone tends to be really gracious and complimentary.