PlaceToHide.net Interview with CeeCee

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Title: PlaceToHide.net Interview with CeeCee
Interviewer: Bethany
Interviewee: CeeCee
Date(s): October 2012
Medium: online
Fandom(s): Hanson
External Links: October 2012 Author: CeeCee – Spotlights, Archived version
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In 2012, CeeCee was interviewed by Bethany for the spotlights section of her website PlaceToHide.net.

See others in the series at PlaceToHide.net Interview Series.

Some Excerpts

Why did you start writing hanfic? How long have you been writing?

It’s funny, actually. I didn’t realize that I was writing fanfiction when I started writing fanfiction. I started in the summer of 1998 in-between breaks at work (I worked summers in HS with my father) and just got this crazy idea to insert myself into a situation where I would meet my favorite band. My mind just went crazy from there and has never returned to me since!

I know you’re a Twilight fan, too. How is that fandom different from Hanson?

Yeah, both fandoms are completely different and have completely different authors (however, I have run into a couple Hanson fans!) with different writing styles. I feel with The TwiSaga we can give Jacob his happy ending that should’ve happened with Bella the way it was supposed to, or give the angry Paul his balance in an imprint (if you’re writing canon), or maybe even give Leah the ending she deserves. The big difference is that The TwiSaga is based off a book/movie but Hanson is actually real people who deal with actual real life situations everyday.

What are your favorite hanfic stories and authors?

I was obsessed with Catapult way back when. I actually started re-reading it thanks to PTH, lol. I was also a huge fan of Kaylee, Brittney, and Becca (who all of them I miss very much). There were a lot of talented authors back in the day. Most of which I admired and hoped to be able to accomplish and write the way they did (by capturing an audience and keeping them interested). So far, I think I still have a long way to go.