We’ve been chatting despite the heat. Get in touch whenever you like, and we’ll continue to share some of our favourite messages with you! Don’t forget, you can:
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- tweet us at @FandomWanderers
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Here’s what you’ve been saying since we published Issue Twenty-Eight.
Recently started reading fanfiction and absolutely love it. Can’t stop reading it too, it’s horrible. It’s nice to know that there are others out there who can get overly obsessed with fictional characters and stories the way that I can. 😀 Great post, really enjoyed reading it.
bridgettkeith on ‘Being Fandom: Part One – A Whole New World‘
It is very hard to stop reading once you’ve started! But there are worse things to get pulled into, we’re sure. Glad you enjoyed the article! -Ed.
What we’ve been talking about on Twitter:
- We asked you if you had any pets named for your fandoms. @Dean_Hasselhoff told us of a puppy named Winchester, and @juliebozza of a cat called Aslan. @Masqueblanc told us about guinea pigs named GP – from Tales of the Riverbank – and Tog and Pippin, from Pogles’ Wood. @WickedMyst told us all about a dear cat named Luna – covering Harry Potter and Sailor Moon for double fandom points! @laiq introduced us (via photo) to Barney (Stinson), a dog named after Neil Patrick Harris’ character in How I Met Your Mother. @roxie150 told us about a fish called Squirtle, who was so tiny his name was abbreviated to Squirt instead!
- We asked if fandom was wearing you out, by way of introduction to our article, ‘Fandom As a Ravenous Beast‘. @loreleiinbedlam admitted that yes, it was! That happens, sometimes, Wanderers. Take a break, come back to it, you’ll be fine.
So, if you’re not following @FandomWanderers you’re missing out on some good gossip!