So...I may have written a one-shot gen fic for The Amazing Spiderman fandom. It just needs some final cleanup and maybe one last scene (I'm indecisive about adding the scene. I'm just not sure if it is really needed).
Obviously, thid proves that I'm attempting to torture myself. Cause...yeah tiny fandom has tiny beta reader pool. Why do I lately have a thing for writing for fandoms that have small followings? This seems to be compounded by the fact that I also want to write either odd pairings or gen. Sadnesss.
Also: hi! Long time no post. I'm a terrible lj user.
I don't have many friends on my FL that are specifically into Thor. However, for those who are into the fandom, I was wondering if I could ask for (and receive) some assistance.
I have been working on a bit of a long fic. And by long, I mean something of a length that I have never attempted to tackle before (at least when it comes to fan fiction). This fic contains a plot which will actually require multi-parts and a great deal of planning in order to successfully complete it.
Right now, I've completed a prologue and have several scenes (in various stages of completeness) for the first part of the story. I know what story I want to tell. However, I am still trying to work out the details and have been doing a lot of brainstorming.
I have a general outline of the story, but I am still working on the specifics. Like how I want certain things to progress and who to include and the best way to achieve certain things.
There is even some angst over how a specific relationship (which is a main plot point in the story) should be resolved (mm... UST, but...should it stay that way?).
At this point, a lot of the brain storming i have done has centered on world building. Specifically how to take the aspects of the Thor comics, movies and myth that I like and combine them with my own ideas to make a unique universe that works perfectly as a background for the story I am telling.
So...yeah it is still pretty rough. And maybe, it will never see the light of the interwebs... but I would like it too.
Anyways, what I really need is someone familiar with the fandom to maybe audience bits and pieces and to bounce ideas off. I know it is a lot to ask (and presumptuous to boot, since most of these types of relationships seem to be built over long-term fandom buddy relationships), but I currently haven't anyone to do this with... really... and it would a great help.
I dunno... I have little hope since most people on FL are not into the fandom and those that are, are rather busy with projects of their own. But, figured I'd give it a go anyways.