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DW Podfic: In An Interstellar Burst

Posted by: paraka on: July 20, 2011

Fic: In An Interstellar Burst by [personal profile] such_heights (text link)
Fandom: Doctor Who
Pairing: Martha/Rose
Summary: Donna’s got a teleport, Rose has an aversion to beaches, and maybe Martha’s not quite as done with all of this as she thought. Next stop: everywhere.
Notes: This is a group read (in order of apperance) by [personal profile] lunchy_munchy, [personal profile] fishpatrol, myself and [personal profile] cantarina.
Recorded for [community profile] podfic_project‘s International Day of Femslash Kiss Fest.
This was recorded on a fun filled day when the 4 of us got together to fangirl over podfic. (So. Much. FUN!) I’ve done collaborations before but never one where we all sat in the same room and recorded together. It was kind of awesome. I’d actually like to post the unedited version some time because the energy and giggling we had going was awesome.
It’s kind of awesome having a beta as you go too; having 3 others correct you right away when you mispronounce a word, rather than doubting yourself, pausing, searching an online dictionary to find out how it’s really said and then getting back to recording (after having lost your rhythm). Or worse, only finding out after when you’re editing that you said it incorrectly. Although, reading in front of others also made me kind of nervous so when I did mess up, I sometimes got flustered and made more mistakes than normal. Still, totally awesome.
Posted: July 20, 2011

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Length: 18:39

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Hello! I'm Paraka and I've been floating around fandom since 2003. You can find me being fannish all over the place but these days mostly on AO3, and a little bit on Twitter (though that seems to be mostly politics these days).

All my fannish works are theoretically supposed to be hosted here, though sometimes I fall behind, so AO3 might be the most up to date.