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Steven Moffat, on working on Doctor Who, and why he’s passionate about keeping endings and story elements close to his chest while writing.

(Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine interview, June 2008 [x])

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It changes the experience of writing if I give too much away.

Right now, I’ve got an idea for the ending which I’m extremely excited about, but I don’t wanna say it out loud.

Not because it would matter if anyone knew about it, but just because saying it out loud might spoil the magic—you might look disappointed.

So I need to cling to this idea—in fact, that’s a relevant thing to say about writing.

Before, I’ve told people things and they seem underwhelmed, so I’ve lost faith in it from that point on!

The most truthful thing I have said in this interview, about writing, is the importance of these secrets: The magic of Not Telling Anyone Yet.

I know Russell [T. Davies] thinks that way too — he won’t tell anybody what he’s doing. Because it turns to ashes in your mouth. It almost becomes ordinary.


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