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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: At first, Mika Yamamori was extremely nice to her fans on Twitter, even replying to overseas fans in English. However, two things happened that changed all of this, and since these issues originated from her international fandom, she is less likely to reply to any of her international fans nowadays.

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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: At first, Mika Yamamori was extremely nice to her fans on Twitter, even replying to overseas fans in English. However, two things happened that changed all of this, and since these issues originated from her international fandom, today, she is less likely to reply to any of her international fans nowadays.fans, especially if the comments are not in Japanese.



** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many fans as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).

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** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many international fans as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).


** A fan from Hong Kong tweeted her about chapter 69 ''before Margaret went on sale in Japan''. She was [[BewareTheNiceOnes openly livid]]. While she has since deleted her tweets on the subject matter, she also expressed to many readers outside of Japan that enjoy her work for free should at least try to support the work as much as possible.

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** A fan from Hong Kong tweeted her about chapter 69 ''before Margaret before ''Margaret'' went on sale in Japan''.Japan. She was [[BewareTheNiceOnes openly livid]]. While she has since deleted her tweets on the subject matter, she also expressed to many readers outside of Japan that enjoy her work for free should at least try to support the work as much as possible.


* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: At first, Mika Yamamori was extremely nice to her fans on Twitter, even replying to overseas fans in English. However, two things happened that changed all of this:

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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: At first, Mika Yamamori was extremely nice to her fans on Twitter, even replying to overseas fans in English. However, two things happened that changed all of this:this, and since these issues originated from her international fandom, she is less likely to reply to any of her international fans nowadays.



** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many international fans as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).

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** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many international fans as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).


** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many tweeters as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).

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** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many tweeters international fans as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).


* BreakthroughHit: ''Daytime Shooting Star'' was Yamamori's first ongoing series, and what made her a household name. [[note]]Her previous work, ''Sugars'', was only a selection of {{One Shot}}s that took place in a SharedUniverse.[[/note]]

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* BreakthroughHit: ''Daytime Shooting Star'' was Yamamori's first ongoing series, and what made her a household name. [[note]]Her previous work, ''Sugars'', was only a selection of {{One Shot}}s one-shots that took place in a SharedUniverse.[[/note]]

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* BreakthroughHit: ''Daytime Shooting Star'' was Yamamori's first ongoing series, and what made her a household name. [[note]]Her previous work, ''Sugars'', was only a selection of {{One Shot}}s that took place in a SharedUniverse.[[/note]]

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* {{Defictionalization}}: Mika Yamamori collaborated with fashion label earth music&ecology and produced jewelry, clothes, and bags based on what the actual characters wear.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In one of the earlier volumes, Yamamori reveals the original concept of what ''Daytime Shooting Star'' could have been if ExecutiveMeddling didn't happen. Because Yamamori's editor thought Shishio's [[OutdatedOutfit original hairstyle was outdated]], Yamamori gave him a new hairstyle, but later felt that it didn't match his personality and age. Thus, she changed Shishio into a teacher instead of Suzume's uncle, and gave Mamura Shishio's original personality.
** Suzume was originally going to have white hair.
** Yukichi originally going to be Suzume's teacher (while still being her uncle), and Yuyuka was going to be a {{Yandere}} ClingyJealousGirl over him.
** Mamura was originally going to be the BigManOnCampus and TheCasanova NiceGuy.
** Shishio was originally going to be a JapaneseDelinquent {{Jerkass}} who sits next to Suzume in class. Oh, and he was originally going to have a FunnyAfro too.
* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: At first, Mika Yamamori was extremely nice to her fans on Twitter, even replying to overseas fans in English. However, two things happened that changed all of this:
** A fan from Hong Kong tweeted her about chapter 69 ''before Margaret went on sale in Japan''. She was [[BewareTheNiceOnes openly livid]]. While she has since deleted her tweets on the subject matter, she also expressed to many readers outside of Japan that enjoy her work for free should at least try to support the work as much as possible.
** The second, and most likely main reason why Yamamori's interactions with the fans lessened, was because of the increasing ShipToShipCombat as the love triangle sank in. She was harassed by many tweeters as the chapters were being released (for example, by Shishio fans if the newest chapter revolved about Mamura or vice versa). This made her put her Twitter account on private for a few months until the last chapter was released, and her fan interactions lessened, only answering those tweets that she thought were relevant to all of the fandom (like stating she planned the ending since the beginning and that it wasn't forced by ExecutiveMeddling or fandom pressure).
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