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good-bye my grim reaper prince

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good-bye my grim reaper prince
20 October 2014 @ 02:43 pm

Dear writer,

Thank you so much for writing me something for Yuletide! This is my first time participating after many years of watching from the sidelines, and I'm super excited. :D I'd love anything for any of the fandoms I list. This letter is not very different from what I said in my sign up, though I've expanded on prompts a little bit and added my general likes and dislikes.

Thanks again for writing for me. I'm sure I'll love whatever you come up with!

General Likes
UST, pining, happy endings, miscommunications, friendship, banter, balanced power dynamics, a strong sense of place, plot before porn (unless otherwise specified), roadtrips

General Dislikes
Deathfic, rape, pregnancy/kidfic (for these canons at least), AUs unless otherwise specified, crossovers, sex before the age of sixteen

The Immortals Quartet (Daine and Numair)

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Ocean's movies (Danny and Rusty)
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Scott Pilgrim (Knives and Kim)
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Mairelon the Magician (Richard and Kim)

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02 May 2014 @ 02:09 pm
I come with fic! Here's what I wrote for shipswap.

Title: The Golden State
Fandom: Bend It Like Beckham
Pairing: Jess/Jules
Summary: Jess and Jules in California.
Word Count: 17,303

And I got a really excellent soccer RPF story. *___* It's clever, sexy, and fun, and was for the pairing I least expected I was going to get something for (and most wanted). I'm really pleased, and you all should read it: Bad Company, David Beckham/Iker Casillas, HITMEN AU!!!!

Unfortunately, I didn't get a draft in time for bigbang. I didn't even start a draft - I ended up wrestling with shipswap fic more than I expected, and didn't have the time. I still want to write the story I had planned, so maybe I'll get around to it later this year.

Life's good overall! My birthday's tomorrow, and I'll be in Chicago to see a soccer game/sleep on gold_bluepoint and zempasuchil's spare bed. Fun fun fun!
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21 February 2014 @ 07:30 pm
Big things afoot! I accepted the position I talked about last post, and I start next Monday. Eep! So now I'm in the middle of moving across country (again).

When I left home for college, everything I didn't take with me was packed up and stored in the garage and my little brother took over my old room. So a large part of moving has been crawling through the garage/on the covered portion of the roof collecting my old stuff.

So naturally I got stuck on the roof the other day. After five minutes of yelling "MOOOM MOOOOOOOOM," my little sister showed up and said, "Why are you yelling for Mom? She's not here." But at least I was able to convince my sister to help me down.

More distressingly: I'm missing several of my favorite books from childhood/high school, including the first book of the Song of the Lioness quartet, the entire Immortals quartet, the first two books of the His Dark Materials trilogy (for some reason I was able to find the third one), and my Complete Works of Auden that I bled all over when I got into a fight in high school. So that's upsetting. >:[

Not much is really going on beyond moving. I'm pretty sure I've found a place to live. (That's furnished!) I made a five year and a ten year plan, so I'm back to soothing myself with lists and goals and plans. I've read a lot and slept a lot and watched a lot of Olympics. So many types of skiing!

I haven't been doing a lot of writing though. I signed up for spn_j2_bigbang, and I really like my idea, but I also signed up for ship_swap, and I <i>love</i> my assignment. It's also the kind of assignment that has the potential to blow up into a huge fic. So. /o\ Well see how successful I am with two big fic projects, an ongoing WIP, and relocating and starting a new job. Wish me luck!

Hope you're all well. :)
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I got a job offer! It was kind of funny. I've been feeling really depressed the last week and a half - after I turned down a different job offer that, after looking into it, seemed potentially scammy. And I've been feeling lonely. So I called my dad and spent ten minutes crying at him, then, twenty minutes later, got the call.

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In less navel-gazy news, I treated myself to seeing Frozen yesterday!
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I've also been reading a lot lately. Right now I'm in the middle of The Golem and the Jinni. Which I thought was going to be awesome - a golem and a jinn wandering around and having shenanigans in 1899 New York! But it is dull. Oh my god it is so exasperatingly, incomprehensibly dull. And not terribly well written either. I haven't decided yet if I'm going to finish, since it seems like a lot of other people loved it. But I'm also 200 pages in and nooooooooooooooooooooothing has happened.

And that's the news. I'm going to try to be better about interacting with people.
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06 January 2014 @ 12:22 pm
Title: All the Golden Lands Ahead
Fandom: SPN RPF
Pairing: Jensen/Jared, implied background Danneel/Genevieve
Rating: NC-17
Summary: When a bad break up leaves Jensen with no plans for Christmas break, he posts an ad looking for people to share the drive home to Dallas. He ends up with a lot more than gas money and company. College AU.
Notes: I would like to point out that today is the Epiphany, and therefore the last day of the Christmas season, and therefore this fic is still seasonally appropriate. :P Happy twelfth day of Christmas! Title taken from On the Road for reasons that will probably soon be obvious.
Word Count: ~10,100

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26 December 2013 @ 08:38 pm
Hey f'list! I hope everyone who celebrates Christmas had a wonderful holiday, and that everyone who doesn't had a lovely Wednesday anyway. Thus endeth the tyranny of Christmas carols! My Christmas was nice - spent it with the family and never got out of my pajamas. I got a few things I needed (new professional clothes, a watch, a cover for my phone) and a few things I wanted (bookstore and music gift certificates, some silly Supernatural and Harry Potter stuff, candy.) And my family seemed pleased with the gifts I got for them. So success! \o/

A few things:

kisahawklin made me demon!Bela art for spn_j2_xmas! It's awesome and chilling and you should go check it out. I am very happy with it. :DDD

I wrote a S1 Sam/Dean fic for the exchange. So if you're interested in that, that's here.

I also finished up my "write one part a day" Remus/Sirius Marauders Era Christmas fic. It's here on AO3. I had fun writing it and a few people seem to like it, so I'm pleased overall. I can't believe I wrote and posted an almost 39k fic in 3 1/2 weeks. /o\

I spent a lot of yesterday reading Yuletide fics. Even if I, once again, forgot to participate in Yuletide this year. There are a few more fandoms I want to poke through, but I've found a lot of great stuff, so I'll probably be posting some recs soon.

Everything else is going pretty well. I spent most of today helping my dad finish up some of his grading, and tomorrow I'm headed with my family to LA to spend the New Year's at my aunt and uncle's.
I still don't have a job, but I've had a few interviews, and I'm currently in the process of being considered by two places. So hopefully there's movement on that after the holidays. :) I'm pretty okay being unemployed right now, because if I were still at my old job, I would have had to spend this week and the next canvassing houses and probably staying at a stranger's. And canvassing made me want to throw up every time I did it. Not how I wanted to spend my holiday.
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26 December 2013 @ 12:23 am
Title: Babylon
Fandom: Supernatural
Pairing: Sam/Dean
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Dean kind of develops a thing for Sam's abs. And then there's a curse. Set late season 1, post Hell House. Allusions to past wincest (though no underage).
Notes: Written for oddishly for the 2013 spn_j2_xmas exchange. I hope you enjoy!
Word Count: ~5200

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12 December 2013 @ 12:07 am
While employed in that job I hated, I bought a lot of books to make myself feel better. (Books you will never have time to read, as a perceptive friend helpfully reminded me). Tonight, I had the smart idea of gathering all these books together and making a to-read list for 2014. This list has become a rather daunting beast, which I've included below as a sort of public promise/way to keep track.

I am also hoping 2014 is the year I actually read some Steinbeck, Woolf, and Faulkner (despite not owning anything by the latter two authors, so if anyone has anything to recommend by them - please let me know!). Though, probably, my to-read list is overly ambitious already (especially the nonfiction part, but would you believe me if I said the books with asteriks by them probably represent less than a third of the books I have pdfs of??? btw, the books with an asterik by them are books I have a pdf of, and you're more than welcome to a copy if you like.)

I'm also looking for fiction, contemporary poetry, plays (I can't believe I don't have a single play on my to-read list!), and graphic novel recommendations. Let me know if there's anything I should add to the list! My taste is pretty eclectic, but for fiction especially, I'm looking for lighter fare, considering what the rest of my to-read looks like.

I just recently finished The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, which I've been meaning to read for quite some time (and which I have a pdf of, should anyone want a copy). It was a surprisingly quick read, and absolutely soul-crushing. Alexander's basic premise is that the drug war and prison system - and the surrounding apparatus of control for felons - have become a new institutionalized form of racist control, replacing Jim Crow and slavery, and which thrives on the liberal fallacy of a colorblind society. It's an extremely compelling, extremely depressing read (and while critics are right to note it includes surprisingly few voices from people affected by this system of control), I recommend it highly. It's an absolutely damning portrait of American public policy and a very important work.

What I'm Currently Reading!
The Battle for God: Fundamentalism in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - Karen Armstrong
If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho - trans Anne Carson

And now for the to-read list: (eta: I counted how many books are in this list, and, magically, it's fifty, which is also my goal for number of books to read next year!)

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07 December 2013 @ 01:46 pm
Holiday love meme! My thread is here. If you have one, link me to it pleeeease. <3____<3

It ended up snowing a lot over the night, so my family ventured out this morning for a snowball fight and some sledding. It was a lot of fun, and the snow is very, very pretty. Then we came home for hot chocolate.

...I was going to upload photos, but it's not working.

Anyway, I watched the latest episode of Elementary last night, and I neeeed to talk about it.

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