What is your policy on RP?
I don't really have one per se, seeing as I'm more of a fic-writer than an RPer. To an extent, I can't control who my muses do, and do not, want to talk to. If they don't RP with your muse, it's nothing against the mun personally, I just can't get them to speak up. And I've learned forcing RPs with someone just doesn't work. Also, I won't prevent my muses from talking with another muses simply because I may not agree with the other mun. There has to be some serious wank involved for me not to let bygones be bygones.What about tags?
I'm usually pretty good about returning tags promptly, depending on the muses' reaction. If I haven't returned a tag in awhile it's either:
A) LJ ate the notifs (and/or my email alerts aren't working)
B) I've read it, but am working on a reply
C) My muse doesn't know how to respond
D) We thought the conversation was overDo you have a friending policy?
I friend muses because I like they're style, character, etc, and I only remove muses who are inactive. I don't base any decisions on whether or not the muse is written by someone I may have a disagreement with OOC. I friend solely on writing, not popularity. I don't care if a certain muse has 90 friends or 9. If they're well-written and genuinely interesting, I add, but if there are only a few posts, I tend to leave them alone.Anything else I should know?
Seriously, folks, I'm not looking to win any popularity awards. Yes, the "atta-girls" are great, and I enjoy the fact that people read what I've written. The simple fact is, I enjoy writing. I always have. I'm not doing this to please anyone but myself, and it sure as hell isn't paying any bills. At the end of the day, I'm merely a slavish scribe at the mercy of her muse(s).
Feel free to ask any questions! Crossposted to: arrogantrogue, broadsword_babe, jurisimmortalis, her_champion, a_ghosts_son & msellemeg.