Bleh. I lost about 600 words (of a major scene) in one of my NaNo novels due to an errant paste. *sigh* I guess I rewrite it after Dinner.

Parse the review? )

Wow.

Jul. 28th, 2008 06:49 am
I rarely post stuff in Esperanto on fanfiction.net. Mostly because I find it hard to write in the language, also because, well, people only seem to read it when they're bored and hitting my profile.

I just got a review on Mocriproĉaj Vortoj, my one Esperanto fanfic. It's Kamen Rider Kiva, set episode 13.

Review:
Saluton! Mi feliĉas, ke mi finfine trovis kiel serĉi rakontojn per lingvo. Ŝajnas, ke ni havas malgrandan komunumon de Esperantlingvaj verkistoj. Hura!
Mi ŝatis vian rakonton malgraŭ, ke mi ne konas la karakterojn.

Translation:
Hello! I'm happy that I finally found how to search stories by language. Apparently, we have a small community of Esperanto-language writers. Hooray! I like your story, though I don't know the characters.

I'd like to know how he did a language-only search on ffn, but I'm hardly complaining.

Incidentally, fanfiction.net is doing a graphical stats-type program to eventually replace/merge with the stats section. The graphical stats are nice and pretty, but I hope that they continue to have the stats section, because it's very hard to tell from the graphs which stories got hit if you've got, say 31 fics.
I was just surfing around and ended up reading about fanfiction.net. Now, as far as I knew, you couldn't load documents/post for four days. Apparently, you can't upload any documents for two days (48 hours exactly), and you can't post anything for two hours after setting up an account.

Thoughts about new ffn members and spam controls )

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