Fandom Coders - a community where tech professionals and coding hobbyists alike can share and discuss their coding projects. This community gets the blame for my v2.0 complete redesign and restructure of this site by simply existing.
Fanlore - a comprehensive wiki of fandom history, covering canon and fanon.
Yes, you are allowed. - You are allowed to write the fic you want, rather than the fic you feel obligated to write.
It is very important to do your own due diligence in regards to the choice of a fannish Mastodon1/Fediverse2 server. Different instances can have very different rules and cultures. Hit the 'explore' and 'local' options to check them out in advance, and ask friends for recommendations. Check out A Super Simple Guide to Fandom Masto by asya.
fandom.ink - the original fandom Mastodon instance, est. 2018.
novelWriter - a markdown-like text editor designed for writing novels and larger projects of many smaller plain text documents.
Manuskript - a free and open source writing app (like Scrivener) that works with markdown files, which means your files can be edited with any editor that can handle plain text. Futureproof and no vendor lock in.
Obsidian - imagine a combo notes app, personal wiki, file organiser that works with markdown files, and can be as straightforward or as complicated as you want it to be. I use it to keep track of the vast number of writing snippets, WiPs, plot bunnies, and outlines on my hard drive. There's a desktop and a mobile app, and all your stuff stays within your control and can be edited with any other app that can handle plain text files. NO VENDOR LOCK IN. FUCK YEAH.
ThiefMD - my current writing app of choice, it occupies a space halfway between Scrivener and a plain text editor, uses markdown, and works with plain text files so no vendor lock-in. It's my new favourite thing!
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Mastodon is a decentralised, federated, community-owned, ad-free microblogging software. Different mastodon servers (aka instances) can talk to each other, so you only need an account on one to interact with the entire network (aka 'the fediverse').
Mastodon is only one of many different software packages to make up the entire network (aka 'the fediverse'). Others include Pixelfed, Calckey, and Akkoma.
I'm bloodwrites, and I've been knocking around the fandom internets since the early 2000s. I write fic, almost exclusively slash. I like Dean Winchester, vampires, pirates, and CSS. Some people know me as vamp.