Anonymous asked: re: AoCC -- there was never talk re: legal repercussions for QiF's actions. the fic was looking at the *moral* implications of the deception Quinn committed (with Finn's blessing, initially) -- and on how much intent does, or should, matter in judging whether Quinn's choices were right/wrong. anyway, actual spoilers: [cont]
Shelby & Beth return, causing Rachel to freak out and QiF to click with her in ways Finn could not have; FiQ comes out to Judy, Santana becomes a real friend to Q; post-swap Rachel finally realizes what was going on, punches Quinn, says she never wants to see her again; Quinn either wants to or tries to kill herself again, Sam talks her through it; the end was just flat-out depressing for all parties. (this was all posted in an outline on tumblr at some point btw!)
Fantastic! Thank you for sharing what you remember. :)
I remember that outline and that’s where most of what I remember came from, but, as we can see, I couldn’t remember all of it. Now, if only someone had saved that outline in its entirety….dang.
Thank you again!
Anonymous asked: the original 'and isn't this' was written sometime in june or july, i think. i don't know if it was ever posted on ffnet or just to tumblr. the rewrite took place in nov/dec 2011.
Thank you for filling in the blanks! Hope that helps the other anon. :)
Anonymous asked: hello! i was wondering if you or the followers have any idea when "these strange steps" was originally published on FF (or even on tumfs tumblr, since i wasn't aware of the work back then)
Hello! I am going to try to answer your question.
I started following TMF back in late 2011, and she was then in the middle of rewriting And isn’t this exactly where you like me, which would later become These Strange Steps. She published the rewrite as she wrote it, so it started coming to FF in mid to late 2011.
However, if you are asking about its first form, And isn’t this exactly where you like me, I will have to defer to my followers because I wasn’t following TMF at that time.
Hope that helps!
Anonymous asked: Hi there! Thank you for putting up tumfs' work! Could you re-upload the link for "tmf: on Quinn & stripping", please?
Well, you are welcome! I sure can fix that link! For some reason the link under the Works section stopped working, but the document was always in the Dropbox. Weird. Anyway, I fixed the page, so you can access it from that link, straight from the Dropbox, or here. Enjoy!
Anonymous asked: Hi, is there a finished version of The Mating Game?
Anonymous asked: Hi, is there a full link to a thousand julys? Or is it just 5 chapters? :(
It’s only five chapters, and I don’t even think I have chapter 4. :(
The only thing I could offer you is the story outline here.
Anonymous asked: Thanks for answering. Inhibitions anon here. I had high hopes for that, being a fan of YA lit but not of the usual het romances. I was hoping that even if she left fandom, she'd continue on that. Though, as much as I did like it when I first read it, I think she could have gotten rid of much of the first pages of solid exposition by just starting the story earlier and explaining things as her character met them.
I think what we got as “Chapter 1” is probably the roughest of rough drafts. When she posted original stuff on her blog, it was more to test the waters than anything. If Inhibitions is being continued and/or possibly published, chances are the first chapter is drastically different.
Anonymous asked: Hey, do you remember the couple of chapters of an original YA thing TMF was working on? Kids at a school for the superpowered, only they don't know it because the staff's been keeping them suppressed with meds? And the main girl had a crush on another chick who was telepathic? Do you know what happened to that?
I remember this distinctly, yes. I think part of it is in the dropbox, under Inhibitions, but it’s only the first chapter. I know she had more stuff on her blog, but I don’t think anyone saved it.
Anonymous asked: Ever since the news came out about Cory all I've wanted to do is curl up with tmf's Fuinn apocalypse fic and drown in feels, but I don't think that exists anymore. Sigh.
I think you are talking about Greet Death? It’s available here in the dropbox for download as a .epub file. So, you’re in luck because it definitely still exists.
Anonymous asked: Thank you for still mantaining this blog and for organizing it so beautifully. I'm not longer involved with the Glee fandom, but I needed to read Assured of Certain Certainties because I'm writing a body swap story. TMF is such a wonderful writer and she was one of the multiple fanfic writers that inspired me to write. I'll miss her stories, but I'm so happy that people still have access to her works.
You are very welcome! And thank you very much for your kind words. :)
Even though TMF has been gone for over a year now, I still get new followers and messages sent to this blog all of the time. It’s amazing. It’s a pleasure to maintain an archive of her work.