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    I would prefer my ideas to continue past my death, but the way in which they do so would depend entirely on if I currently had any followers. Were I for example in the middle of a series, something people would have invested themselves in as fans I would feel I owe it to them to spend a part of my twilight years searching for a suitable successor, someone with the correct voice and understanding for the characters. Were I in my current state as a complete unknown I would release all of my ideas utterly free into the world, to be adopted as seen fit by anyone that should take an interest.
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    I'd go so far to say if it were myself, I'd let all of my ideas go public domain. Why the hell not.
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      CommentAuthorConojito
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
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    My notes and ideas files are such a godawful mess that I pity anyone who attempted to try to make sense of them after I've gone.
    Maybe I'll try an Uncle Rory from The Crow Road, dump everything onto 3.5" floppies in Locoscript and let my executor do a bit of work before deciding if there's anything worthwhile in there...

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