Hey, Anon, that’s a really swell thing to say. It really is. I’m glad you enjoy our threads and my writing—as much as I love writing them for my own sake (and my rp partner’s!), it’s… a different level of humbling and joy that other people also enjoy them.
This really made my day. It’s… been rough for me the last few days (well, year and some change, really, but more immediately I mean), and this message put some hope and happiness back in my heart. So, thank you for sending a shoutout to this random person on the internet who likes to write and throw those words into the void to see where they land. I really, personally, appreciate it, and I hope you continue to enjoy and Feel Things™️ from our threads, and maybe even my fics. I’m fortunate you were touched enough to send something!
We love it, too, and are pretty excited about it. Glad you’re enjoying it!
Soon as my partner gets some of her mojo back. She’s on indefinite hiatus right now due to some real life concerns. We haven’t forgotten it, and we still are excited about it, don’t worry. These things just sometimes take time to get back to, unfortunately.
Hm, that’s really strange. I just checked the links on the most recent ones and they’re working fine for me?
Here’s the beginning, for you, though. And if that still doesn’t work for some reason, there’re links on the side of my blog, or it’s /perfect-places-i (or -ii, respectively) at the end of my url, if it’s easier to cut the middleman and type it manually.
Sorry for the technological hiccup, friend–and thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy it as much as we’re enjoying writing it.
Definitely not, Anon. And you’re not alone—they do too, despite their apprehensions. It’s just really awkward timing.
Mun is a term that is prevalent in the RP community (at least on tumblr–that’s the one I’m most familiar with) that refers to the writer of a given character that they play. I honestly don’t know where it came from, or when it started being used, as I had to look up what it meant when I first came across it! I am a fandom old, so I sometimes need to familiarize myself with these youngin’ terms.
Muse, on the other hand, refers to the character being written. I know you didn’t ask specifically about that, but I typically have seen them go hand in hand, so I thought it might be helpful to include that as well, just in case.
Thank you, too! I wish I could update more quickly—but alas, the demands of my current job prevent that.
It helps that @theadamantdaughter and I are both seasoned RPers/writers, and a good dose of luck that our writing styles lend well to one another. It’s immediately been a ton of fun. So much fun, actually, that I’ve been entirely consumed with these threads instead of working on fics that I should be getting finished. Whoops.