[sticky entry] Sticky: Fanfic Masterlist

Dec. 31st, 2013 11:59 pm
muccamukk: text 'Writers expressed themselves with cymbals' with a picture of a set of cymbals (Politics: Writing)
Regarding content notes: I do my best to include content notes in the headers of all of my longer stories, but I may be inconsistent on drabbles. I mention content I feel is likely to upset or squick readers, such as sexual violence or character death. However, if you're concerned about the content of any given fic, please do e-mail or PM me, and I'll fill you in as best I can.

Transformative Works Policy: Anyone who wishes to is welcome to remix, podfic, translate, write meta about, make art for, or write in the same universe/fanon as any of my fanworks. Please link me to the results if you do. Please contact me for permission before you include my work in a 'zine or other printed resource.

A note on organisation: The various "Marvel" categories include comics, the Marvel Cinematic Universe including Netflix, and the X-Men films, all roughly sorted by title and universe. Cap/Iron Man fic is together, regardless of universe.

Crossovers are largely listed twice, once under each relevant fandom.

The A-Team (2010) ) * Babylon 5 ) * Battlestar Galactica (2003) ) * Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV) ) * DC Comics ) * DC's Legends of Tomorrow ) * Doctor Who ) * Firefly (TV) ) * Hawaii Five-0 (2010) ) * Hercules: The Legendary Journeys ) * Highlander (TV) ) * Horatio Hornblower (TV) ) * King Arthur (2004) ) * The Lord of the Rings (Books & Films) ) * Marvel: Avengers Comics (616) ) * Marvel: Captain Britain and MI:13 ) * Marvel: Heroes for Hire Comics ) * Marvel: MCU & Netflix ) * Marvel: Steve/Tony ) * Marvel: X-Men (Films) ) * Master and Commander ) * Les Misérables (2012) ) * The Musketeers (2014) ) * Pacific Rim (2013) ) * The Pirates of the Caribbean ) * Psych ) * Quantum Leap ) * Reign of Fire (2002) ) * Rivers of London ) * Sherlock Holmes (Books) ) * Sinbad (Sky1) ) * Sleepy Hollow (TV) ) * Star Trek: The Next Generation ) * Star Trek (2009) ) * Star Wars ) * Stargate: Atlantis ) * Stargate: SG-1 ) * Supernatural ) * Ultraviolet (UK TV) )

Pinch Hit

Oct. 20th, 2016 09:22 am
muccamukk: Rey and BB-8 walking over a dune. (SW: Desert Walker)
We continue to look for someone for #13.

Due 27 October.
Claim by replying to the linked page, or by e-mailing the mods. Please include your AO3 name.

Pinch Hit #17: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling, Soul Eater, Quantico (TV), Crossover (Star Trek: AOS/Star Wars: TFA)


Oct. 19th, 2016 12:36 pm
muccamukk: Juli on a ladder shelving library books, sunbeams giving him wings. (Heart of Thomas: Wings)
I think I'll leave reviews for another week, as I'm sort of lost in Gothic right now. I'm two and a half hours (out of thirty) into Udolpho and so far basically nothing has happened. As opposed to Castle of Otranto, which was about eighty pages and basically everything and the kitchen sink happens.

Is it just me, or are sort of mail order bride/settling the West themed romances majorly in right now? I'm seeing more of them then Regency stuff, and it's sort of weirding me out. (wanders off muttering about literally romanticising etc).
muccamukk: Rose half hiding behind her scarf, looking hopeful.Text: "Pretty please?" (DW: Please?)
Lucky Number 13
Fandoms: Dark Souls III, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika | Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Fullmetal Alchemist (Anime 2003), Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood & Manga.

Due 26 October.


Oct. 16th, 2016 07:40 pm
muccamukk: Woman sleeping in bed, surrounded by books. (Politics: Ballycumbers)
Any 18th-century gothic novels that people rec? Any to avoid at all costs?

Tie Ins

Oct. 13th, 2016 11:55 am
muccamukk: Captain Sulu sipping tea. (ST: Tea)
I was deeply amused to see that McCoy was wearing a Pyrrha necklace in the final scene of Star Trek Beyond. A couple people thought it was a call back to McCoy's civilian outfit in TPM, which is possible. New!McCoy has the Carpe Diem one. (Not completely in keeping with McCoy's eternal cynacism, but possibly an ironic gift? Or the little flying hourglass does at a distance look like a caduceus.) Anyway, I got the Martlet & Heart one for Nenya as an anniversary gift this year. Local designers make good, I guess.

Nenya and I both want Kirk's Starfleet mug from the Captain's Log section, but a very brief poke around the Internet has not revealed one for sale. I'd think there'd be official merch, but nope. A couple people have done Cafe Press versions, but the mug shape is wrong.

Also, yeah, I pirated it. I'll buy the DVD in a few weeks. Also the pirated subtitles were awful and I had to redo them.

I had a dream that I was assigned to write a Ghostbusters fic, but it was due before I could lay hands on the movie. Woke up to find that my Highlander shortcuts assignment was out in truth, and that I would not be required to watch media that I don't actually have. (Also getting Ghostbusters soon.)
muccamukk: Uhura sitting at her station, her self in colour, everthing else in grayscale. (ST: Uhura)
I made eight episodes of Luke Cage before I got too busy to focus and set it aside for later. As of that far in, I was very much enjoying it. I wasn't as utterly sucked in as I was with Jessica Jones, as LC seems to be a bit more of a standard superhero story, though I am enjoying the Harlem setting, and of course Luke. Luke it totally the ultimate woobie. Endless terrible things happen to him, and he angsts beautifully. I'm a little disappointed that it's not more punch in the face political like JJ was, but on the other hand having a show that is majority PoC cast is in and of itself political, so there is that (it was just billed as sort of being about current race relations in the US, and from my admittedly limited perspective, it's not deeply engaging there). ANYWAY! Beautiful angsty Luke! And a really great cast and a really great sound track. I'm very well content on those counts.

Watched the first and last episode of Prison Break for Mick/Snart context. I enjoyed the brothers and Strong Feelings About Loyalty, but wasn't that invested in the arc or things set in prisons.

Watched the first three (I think) episodes of Grace and Frankie, which was cute, had a great cast, and my teen crush on Sam Waterston was not invalidated, but which was a bit too embarrassment squicky for me to invest in.

Oddly, the first two episodes of Don't Trust the B— in Apartment 23 didn't ping me the same way. I'd happily watch those terrible people forever!

Found ALL of Star Trek, and randomly watched "Dagger of the Mind" and "Devil in the Dark" which were both pretty great. I'm all for Kirk h/c and Spock running around yelling, "Jim!" while quietly panicking. I also really like the sort of mode of the setting. I always forget how polite Kirk is, or if not polite than perhaps formal. I kind of like a future where everyone is called, "Sir" or "Mr. Surname." And there are massive amounts of h/c and strong feelings about loyalty. And, for that matter, Kirk pointedly not sleeping with junior officers of his own crew. I just really like original Star Trek. Also watched the Spock/Bones bits of "Bread and Circuses," which was a BS episode, but had lovely moments.

Watched Zootopia, which I hadn't seen, and which we both enjoyed quite a bit. Also Men in Black 3, which I hadn't seen, and Nenya had. I have questions about the time travel mechanism, but otherwise liked it quite a lot. Could have used more Emma Thompson, which is so often the case.

Randomly watched the really angsty bits of The Incredibles, which underlined how much I disliked the character design and gender politics, but how much I liked the angsty bits.

Ditched Nenya and went to a subtitle-less version of Star Trek Beyond, which I want to watch again! I want it now! Tyranny of DVD releases! Anyway, yes, good. First thing that's felt like Star Trek in a while. I loved making Sulu gay (FINALLY!). I loved all the friendship and family and being about what Starfleet means. I loved Jaylah, and her interactions with Scotty, and how you could see her watching the bridge crew like Jean Valjean staring at that loaf of bread. Needed more Idris Elba. Great Uhura and Sulu solving mysteries. Great Spock/McCoy h/c. Great Anti-Militarisation of space spiel. Yorktown was GORGEOUS. Too much of it was shot in the dark, so in 3D I was left a bit lost. Just loyalty and family and exploring space, and I'm very happy. More like this please.

Home Again

Oct. 11th, 2016 11:20 am
muccamukk: Stained glass image of a lighthouse, lots of bright colours. (Lights: Stained Glass)
Wedding three out of three is done, all people who ought to be married are now married. Or I thought they were, but turns out there's another cousin coming up in May, in Kamloops (the bastard).

We had a good time, and now I want to sleep for a year, but I climbed the light tower right to the weather vane and am on morning shift, so haha, nope.

I wrote up a huge movie review post, and then forgot that the DW posting thing doesn't save drafts, so I'll rewrite that later. Short version: Star Trek Beyond = Yay.
muccamukk: Text: Love > Anger, Hope > Fear, Optimism > Despair. (Politics: Canadian Politics)
but I feel like the term mugwump is due for a comeback.
muccamukk: Darcy sitting at a table drinking coffee, flowers on her right. (Thor: Breakfast Table)
What did you finish reading?
Margaret the First by Danielle Dutton
I'm reading Blazing World next partly to tell what I think of this book, which honestly felt very much like the author's notes at the end: She read a bunch of Virginia Woolf and then wrote a novel about Margaret Cavendish.

I appreciated all the historical detail, and the research the author put in, and it was certainly literary and attempting to show warts and all, but I don't think I came out with a hold of what was driven Cavendish to write, or at very least what was driving her to publish. The prose is dreamy and disconnected, with occasional vivid moments, and the end impression of Cavendish is the same. Which doesn't marry with what I've read of her writing.

I am left perplexed.

The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing-World by Margaret Cavendish the Thrice Noble, Illustrious, and Excellent Princesse, the Duchess of Newcastle.
So this book is very much of its time, which is interesting in an of itself because the form of the novel hadn't really hit England, let alone been codified, and the author has this huge amount of space to do whatever she wants.

Granted, whatever she wants is more or less long sections of complaining about the Royal Society (a Tradition Swift would pick up and run with), and attempting cosmology, which was theoretically interesting, but did tend to drag on. Also there are very few full stops, fewer paragraph breaks, no dialogue punctuation and the spelling is eccentric.

However, it also allowed her to write a secondary world sff story where in someone from a made up world traveled to yet another world, became its empress, and started talking to people from our own world on the astral plane. Which was pretty nifty, but then the empress starts hanging out, on the astral plane, with the author of the book in a way that is described in the text as "Platonic" but which I would called "Slashy as all get out" and I really can't tell if this is basically self-insert self-cest or what, but it's fascinating.

AND THEN! The Empress decides to invade and conquer her original world, and there is an earnest discussion of the efficacy of a zombie army, but they eventually go with submarine warfare and aerial fire bombing. And then the book ends. Which in and of itself, upgrade the book to four stars.

If I were to read it again, I'd read up to where she starts talking about philosophy, then skip to where the Duchess of Newcastle shows up and read through to the end of the war, then skip the five pages of describing lutes and read the epilogue.

(I saw a couple reviewers saying Cavendish invented the submarine, which is incorrect. There were working(ish) submarines in England in the 1620s, which were witnessed by Constantijn Huygens, who was in Cavendish's circle. It might be the first novel portaying submarine warfare though?)

What are you reading now?
Gate of Ivrel by C.J. Cherryh, which is pretty fab. Also rereading Moon Over Soho by Ben Aaronovitch.

What are you reading next?
Presumably Well of Shiuan, and also some library books once I get back home.
muccamukk: Creedy and Quinn reenacting a lightsaber battle. Text: "Bedtime Stories" (Reign of Fire: Stories)
[This is copied from the Imzy comm Cherryh Blossoms]

Planned format: I will post every 3-4 chapters, include a little summary of events, and then people can comment as they like. I know a couple other people haven't read it before, so if you're doing a reread please included spoiler warnings for future events from the same series.

I'm also totally flexible, so do let me know if you think something else would work better!

Summary: Spoilers )
muccamukk: Joe raising a glass and looking sardonic.Text: Sure, pal. Whatever you say. (HL: Whatever You Say)
May have just found my anti fic, which contains, just from reading the summary:

  • Incorrect name use: If a character canonically always refers to other character using his surname, using or not using his surname is not a barometer of health of relationship.

  • Being hung up on That One Thing: Thing said in anger and more or less not mentioned again save when implicitly apologized for is harped on by all characters in every fic forever because of hurt feelings. Canonically, thing that was said wasn't completely untrue.

  • Character bashing: Character who other characters canonically either like or feel neutral toward is openly hated by all other characters. Not only does no one like the character, but everyone not liking him treated as canonical given.

  • Lack of capitalization of proper nouns.

  • All canonical bad behaviour acted out by author's favourites ignored or excused.

  • Characters who canonically solve relationship issues by having a fist fight and then significantly standing near each other, have extended and open conversations about feelings, while not drugged or under other coercion.
    muccamukk: text: "Scientia Potestas Est (Science Protests too Much)" (RoL: Science Protests too Much)
    I'm participating in a couple readalongs over on Imzy.

    [personal profile] marinarusalka is hosting an organised reread of the whole Rivers of London series, over on Readers of Rivers. We just started Moon Over Soho, so now's a good time to jump on.

    I'm leading an unorganised read (first time for me!) of the Morgaine Cycle by C.J. Cherryh over at Cherryh Blossoms. We just started Gate of Ivrel, the first book in the quartet, so now is an excellent time to jump on.

    I'm also probably reading the lesbian book of the month at Lesbian Romance Novels.

    I signed up for the Highlander holiday exchange (sign ups here), as I've been in an HL mood lately, and it looked fun and had a 500-word minimum. Looking at what everyone is offering, I expect my chances of getting Joe/Duncan are basically zero, but there are a lot of cool writers signed up, so I'm looking forward to what people write.

    Have Netflix in town and am nine episodes into Luke Cage, which I'm liking very much a lot, though not finding as immensely compelling as Jessica Jones (possibly not being the target audience?). It's a hell of a lot better than Daredevil anyway, and Luke is as ever my perfect woobie. Great cast all around, actually.

    Netflix has reminded me of all kinds of unrequited fic feelings about The Almighty Johnsons and Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries. As per usual.

    And someone left a really nice comment on my Firestorm drabble, which has reminded me of a need for Firestorm H/C.

    Also, we're back in Seattle.
    muccamukk: A heart drawn in beach sand, ocean in the background. (Lights: Beach Heart)
    What did you finish reading?
    Icon (Persona #2) by Genevieve Valentine
    This really is the other half of Persona, to the point where there's no recap of any kind, and if you haven't read the previous book since it came out, well, hope you remember who everyone was. I mostly managed to catch up, but it felt less like a story of its own and more as picking up the threads of the first book and carrying on with them.

    It continues with Valentine's classic trapped characters trying to make a rigged system work for them, while slowly being corrupted by the system. Which is pretty bleak for YA, I must admit, as it tends more to grim compromise and the bitterest sweet rather than happiness for anyone.

    I liked the characters and the writing a lot. It felt very hyper-vigilant and detail focused, with every bit of body language recorded and searched for meaning, and all the characters watching and working out all angles, and any real emotions repressed and only showing through the cracks.

    I enjoyed the hell out if it, and out of the plotting and politics, but it's probably not everyone's style. Definitely read them both at one time.

    Breath of Earth (Breath of Earth #1) by Beth Cato
    I really liked the main character and found her plot compelling, trying to find answers about herself and solve a more specific mystery, while a war she may or may not be complicit in rages all around. It was well done, and a difficult book to put down. Again it was a bit short on women, basically having the heroine and two antagonists, but they were all well played. Romance may have been slightly pasted on, but I liked that she was into the DLI primarily because he was decent to her.

    For the most part, I liked the world building, especially the incorporation of Hidden Ones from various cultures, in a way that felt respectful, and was interesting and something that I hadn't seen before. Excellent use of various shapeshifters. I admit having wished for more of an explanation than "We've always had magic, but history and culture is almost exactly the same, save the last 100 years." It didn't really work for me, but I was willing to handwave it, as that was clearly all we were going to get.

    Looking forward to the next one.

    Engraved on the Eye: Short Fantasy and Science Fiction by Saladin Ahmed
    Short collection, but very enjoyable. Two of the stories were set in the same secondary world as Throne of the Crescent Moon (including a bit of backstory that I'd read somewhere before), and the rest were a mix of SF and F short stories in a variety of worlds.

    I think that "Where Virtue Lives" the backstory for how Raseed ban Raseed met Doctor Adoulla Makhslood was my favourite of the bunch, even if I'd read it already, but the dark supervillain comedy "Doctor Diablo Goes Through the Motions" and the dystopic SF mystery "The Faithful Soldier, Prompted" were also excellent. The only story that didn't really work for me was the closing one, which fell a bit D&D campaign.

    Very much enjoyed over all, looking forward to more.

    What are you reading now?
    Margaret the First by Danielle Dutton, a very short novel about Margaret Cavendish, a writer in Restoration England. Very short.

    What are you reading next?
    Shall I continue my alphabetical wanderings through my e-reader? Shall I choose at random? Who can tell?
    muccamukk: Peggy, with briefcase, entering a room, the light of the hall silhouetting her. (AC: Silhouette)
    Title: Of Death Close-Walking Beside
    Author: [personal profile] muccamukk
    Fandom: Agent Carter (Peggy Carter & Jack Thompson)
    Rating: Teen
    Word Count: 1,700
    Notes: Written for [personal profile] sholio as a treat for [livejournal.com profile] avengersfest 2016. Thanks to Morphia for beta reading.
    Summary: They made Jack quit looking for Peggy four months ago, but that doesn't mean he's stopped seeing her everywhere.

    Haha, surprising no one, I'm sure :D


    Sep. 23rd, 2016 02:31 pm
    muccamukk: Gunnar pointing and saying, "but life's a bitch, and you're cursed." (Sinbad: Life's a Bitch)
    I wonder if this is real, or just really, really random trolling. (Don't feed the trolls, either way, please.)

    In Vancouver. Remembering why I hate Vancouver. Onward.

    2 LoT Recs

    Sep. 22nd, 2016 06:51 am
    muccamukk: Constance smiling and looking completely adorable. (Musketeers: Cutest!)
    Title: just because it burns
    Author: [archiveofourown.org profile] Liu
    Fandom: Legends of Tomorrow
    Characters: Ray/Mick
    Words: 2,900
    Rating: Teen
    Summary: Mick could never quite explain why he was so drawn to fire. Ray never really understood where his life-long nightmares about burning came from.
    Notes: A different take on reincarnation than the shows, but one I really like. I love the tentative connection that starts to grow, and the writing is lovely.

    Title: Unholy Matrimony
    Author: [archiveofourown.org profile] Sholio
    Fandom: Legends of Tomorrow
    Characters: Team
    Words: 500
    Rating: Teen
    Summary: Rip keeps a running tally of how many times each person on the Waverider has managed to get themselves accidentally married and/or betrothed in various time periods. Hey, everyone needs a hobby.
    Notes: Hahahaha. Oh God.
    muccamukk: Apollo and the Midnighter kissing in space. Text: The End. (DC: The End)
    Title: And All Through the Dungeon...
    Author: [personal profile] muccamukk
    Fandom: Legends of Tomorrow (Ray Palmer/Mick Rory)
    Rating: Teen (various public sex acts, sadly not participated in by our heroes)
    Word Count: 1,700
    Notes: Written for [community profile] fandomgiftbox 2016. Thanks to Nenya and Wren for beta reading, etc.
    Summary: "Just because you're here with me," Mick growled, "doesn't mean we're together. Got it?"

    "Sure, Mick," Ray said, the same as he'd said when Mick had told him, "This doesn't mean I care," after walking two days through a sand storm to save Ray from pirates.
    muccamukk: Joan Watson highlighted in purple and black. (Elementary: Joan)
    What I Just Finished Reading
    The Food of a Younger Land: The WPA's Portrait of Food in Pre-World War II America edited by Mark Kurlansky
    The editor found a stash of unpublished WPA files about food culture, and put them together as a shorter book. I read the North East Eats section, and then sort of skimmed the rest. The South part was pretty damn racist, which we were warned for, but there was also a wall-to-wall sketchy treatment of Native Americans, as so many traditions were casually looped back to early America, and well... Anyway, interesting as it went, and some good recipes and history, with the occasional humour bits, but probably better read a bit at a time rather than straight through.

    "The Year of the Crocodile" (Cyclone #2.5) by Courtney Milan
    (I'm puzzled by the numbering as #2 isn't out yet). Short story about Blake and Tina's parents meeting for Lunar New Years. This was hilarious, and exactly what I needed to read on a down night.

    Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War by Helen Thorpe, narrated by Donna Postel
    Detailed and insightful look into the lives of three non-combat soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq during the recent wars. I liked how the book covered how they integrated into the military, their service and what happened to them after the got home. Lots of things to think about.

    Status Update (#gaymers #1) by Annabeth Albert
    Made of 100% fluff, and very enjoyable for it. Manic Pixel Dream Boy rescues archaeology professor from the closet. It was cute and often funny. The ending dragged on far too long, and could have used fewer dogs.

    Midnighter Vol. 1: Out by Steve Orlando
    Midnighter is almost as good a go to for wanton violence and gore as Ares, though also more gay, which is nice. This had a pleasing amount of carnage in it and at one point the Midnighter kidnapped Dick Grayson to go on a coffee date and then they ended up handcuffed together, which was not the least slashy thing I've ever read.

    The plot was pretty nonsensical, but I'm not super invested in that. As a long term Authority fan, I've got to say "The Midnighter Dumps Apollo in Order to Find Himself" is a little played out, especially since we never seem to get an Apollo book out of all that.

    Do Shut Up, Mister Simms by Rachael Acks
    Absolutely charming novella about the dashing steampunk captain's stalwart right hand man, and the adventures he really doesn't want to be having, especially not with his captain's love interest (entirely incidentally, the captain and the love interest are both women). Very funny and enjoyable. Unfortunately it's the last in a series and while it reads fine on its own, I can't seem to find the rest of the series anywhere. I gather the publisher went under. (I e-mailed the author, and she said that she was waiting on a new publisher. So I've subscribed to her mailing list and will hopefully pick them up when they're out.)

    Lost Recipes of Prohibition: Notes from a Bootlegger's Manuall by Matthew Rowley
    I could have used more text and fewer pictures of illegible pages from history, as the actual content was probably about fifty pages, but this was still a fun, light and often interesting read. It probably wasn't news to people who know a lot about the Prohibition in the US, but I learned a lot about the technical side of bootlegging.

    I appreciated that the author didn't just lean on his found manual, but pulled recipes and techniques from other period books, and tried to translate how they worked (or didn't!) into modern terms and explained what the originals actually meant. I'm not invested enough in cocktails to start making ingredients, but still enjoyed it.

    Lady of Devices (Magnificent Devices #1) by Shelley Adina
    Steampunk novel about the daughter of a Marquises who doesn't want to be a proper lady, but wants to go build steam engines. I lasted twenty pages, and failed to care. I think I got it for like a dollar though, so oh well.

    What I'm Reading Now

    Just started Icon (Persona #2) by Genevieve Valentine, which I'm enjoying so far, though it's been so long since I read the first one that I've forgotten a lot of the politics.

    Still listening to an audiobook of A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar, which almost everyone I know didn't like (except [personal profile] likeadeuce?), but I'm really enjoying. I think it does better on audiobook, where you can just let it flow by all lyrical and stuff, and not worry that plot is occurring at and exceptionally slow rate, if at all. I'm also enjoying all the religious conflicts and plotting.

    What I'm Reading Next
    I'll be in town, so something off my e-reader? Probably finally getting to the new Martha Wells book (which I've been saving), and maybe continue my alphabetical by author treck through the contents. Saladin Ahmed next, at least.

    T-1.5 Days

    Sep. 20th, 2016 07:11 pm
    muccamukk: Phryne, mostly nude, arms crossing her breasts, holding feather fans. (MFMM: Fan Dance)
    I asked one of the pilots if he was flying the royal family around, and he claimed that it was a secret, which one assumes means yes.

    However, going to town a day early might work out better, we'll see.

    I spent far too much time today trying to post comments on imzy while my connection flailed and my browser froze. I'm getting this vibe of the site runners that they think it's just fine the way it is, and are not in any way prioritising what multiple users say are essential functions, like comment functionality and not crashing people's browsers, or being able to see. It's like, you say something, and they go sure, and then they go, launch is in five weeks, and we won't have time to change any of that, and I go, what does closed beta even mean to you people? One of the mods said they'd fix the aesthetic stuff later, without seeming aware that in flashing lights out of the glowey box land, aesthetic = function. *hands*

    I am still liking it some parts of it. I have a blog where I post one picture a day, and 1-5 people press the little heart button, and sometimes I talk to people about sea life. It's extremely relaxing.

    [community profile] holly_poly is looking for a new co-mod.

    [community profile] fandomgiftbox is looking for a few last fills before it opens tomorrow.

    WIP #2 almost finished its first draft. I've managed to get through most of September without signing up for anything, though I did to a variety of non-WIP-related writing, including something for giftbox. I'm thinking of doing [livejournal.com profile] smallfandombang, but only if they allow JLI, which is under dispute as of this writing. I want to finish that bloody EXTREME JUSTICE Boostle thing. Idk, could just sign up and do 10k of OT3 Sinbad porn? They're not saying that isn't a small fandom. Or finish the blood Sam Wilson/OMC fic, though I don't know if it'd quite pad out to 10k. It's looking more like 8k right now.

    Pinch Hit

    Sep. 16th, 2016 02:33 pm
    muccamukk: Kate looking like she's going to shoot someone (Marvel: I Will Shoot You)
    Emergency pinch hit over at [livejournal.com profile] avengersfest: MCU, Clint Barton. No prompts except not Clint/Coulson or CA:CW related.

    I just spent ten minutes trying to think of a Clint plot and coming up blank (save that Clint/Laura marriage of convenience plot), but hopefully one of you will do better.

    ETA: And claimed, though I'm sure person would be happy to get treats.

    Still looking for someone on that [community profile] femslashex pinch hit too.


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