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Author Topic: The 'Hug a Donor' challenge  (Read 6435 times)
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« on: Sun, 28 Mar 10 14:26:30 »

The generosity of our donors is what keeps this site on the net and free from annoying advertising, and it's been a while since we last publicly said thank you. Despite the recent world financial climate, donations to the site have remained steady; therefore, we've decided to temporarily suspend taking new donations, and give something back to those who have made a contribution.

And the best way to do that is to provide more of the type of fic they want to read, so we present the 'Hug a Donor' challenge: we'd like to call on all of our authors to answer a challenge from one of our donors.
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« Reply #1 on: Sun, 28 Mar 10 14:57:08 »

What a fabulous idea of how to thank those who contribute to the site. I hope all the Mods are included in this as well (regardless of whether they have been able to donate funds) - the time they give to maintaining the site is so valuable and you probably get far more grumbles from us users than you do thanks. It's so easy to remember to complain about a problem, but rare for anyone to praise things that work well.

I'm really glad that the site is financially stable. It's nice to know there's no need to worry about it's continuing existance.
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« Reply #2 on: Sun, 28 Mar 10 19:17:50 »

I'm so happy to hear that the site is financially stable Smiley I've only really gotten into fanfic since Dec 08 and am so happy I stumbled across this site-- It really is full of some of the most amazing authors with high-caliber material. Definitely my favorite fanfic site on the net!

jrabbit, this challenge idea sounds great! I'll have to think of some good ones... Cheesy
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