Hi everyone. I was thinking about this earlier (as is often the case with me), but now my own thoughts aren?t quite enough for me (also, often the case), so I thought I?d ask my fellow NSWFFers their thoughts and opinions. Most of us here were primarily Star Wars writers when NSWFF came to town and opened the door to a lot of possibilities. There was a time in my fan fic life when I never thought that I could write anything but Star Wars (it?s ?verse is large and complex and you could have pretty much any kind of story take place there), but now I?ve done a 180 and everything is upside down: I don?t write Star Wars any more and I could sink my writing claws into just about any fandom, even the ones that most people haven?t even heard of. So, for how many of you is that the case? My other question is this: have you discovered any new fandoms by clicking on a fic whose fandom you know nothing about? Have you been encouraged to find out more about that fandom by simply reading the story? How many of you are willing or interested in reading fics for fandoms you know nothing about? We have a few multifandom threads cropping up here and there ? like Salacious_Drabb?s drabble series, or Mira_Jade?s 50 Sentences series ? and I?m wondering how many of you out there would be willing to dive into a new fandom offered by a multifandom series, or would you only read the entries that have to do with a fandom you like? Personally, I am discovering a lot of new and wonderful things by reading stories for fandoms I know nothing about. Plus, the option of multifandom series is really wonderful for someone like me: right now, I have a tendency of watching a film or reading a book and immediately get inspired to write a short vignette or a 50 Sentences table about it. It?s pure, spontaneous writing for me, which feels very liberating in many ways. So, is it just me, or am I completely nuts (as is, once again, often the case)?