cleflink: [castle] writer ([castle] writer)
( Sep. 6th, 2012 12:12 am)
I have been doing the best impersonation of a sloth recently, you have no idea. Finally, here's the assorted timestamps I wrote for my sort of recent meme. Thank you to everyone who gave me prompts and for all of you out there who read my stuff!

CWRPS
At First Sight timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] norahy: Comfort (Jared/Jensen) )


Gratuitous Kitten Pin-ups timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] oddishly: Sand, Cats and Other Hazards of Military Deployment (Jared/Jensen) )


The Heart of Everything timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] cherie_morte: Rescuers (Jared/Jensen) )


Learn to Glow for Other's Good timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] amindaya: Adjustments (Jared/Jensen) )


Photo Ninja timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] blackrabbit42 The Hazards of Twitter Pics (Jared/Jensen) )


Superheroes Suck, or, The Unfortunately Extraordinary Life of Jensen Ackles timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] cassiopeia7: My Dress Code Encourages Spandex (Jared, gen) )


Sweet Touch timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] tebtosca: The Art of Not Helping (Jared/Jensen) )


They Say I'm a Dreamer timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] blackrabbit42: The Pre-Question Question (Jared/Jensen) )


To the Stars and Back timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] dugindeep: On the Job Training (Jared/Jensen) )


Volunteer Firemen Do It for Free! timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] oddishly: Green Alcohol Kisses (Jared/Jensen) )


When I Wore a Younger Man's Clothes timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] oddishly: Persuasion (Jared/Jensen) )


When You're a Professional Pirate timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] oddishly: Mug Shots (Jared/Jensen pre-slash) )


Dresden Files
Rhyme Without Reason timestamp for [livejournal.com profile] katikat: Three Dog Night (Harry, Thomas, gen) )
Title: Rhyme without Reason 2/2
Fandom: Dresden Files by Jim Butcher -- If you like magic in the modern world, witty narration and/or detective stories, you should read these books. Seriously.
Rating: G
Characters: Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, Thomas Raith, Mouse
Word count: 10,305 total *fist pump*

This was the problem with amateurs who had just enough magic mojo to get themselves in trouble. )
Happy New Year all! I hope it was enjoyable for everyone!

So the first order of business is a great big thank you to Kleenexwoman for writing to my prompt for Sara Bareilles' song Fairytales. Her fantastic story, Fairytales, figures the various princesses as participants in a reality show and looks at the darker side of the happily ever after that each of them was hoping to get. She neatly intertwines the original fairy tales, the song lyrics and her own unique spin on their stories into a whole that is bittersweet but ultimately lovely. This is really clever.

I was at once more and less productive than usual this year. I only wrote my main assignment, since I somehow managed to be both incredibly busy and a major slacker this Christmas season, but it's definitely the longest thing I've ever written in such a short time. It probably could have been easily twice the length if I'd left myself enough time to get really into it, but overall I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. This was a great opportunity to a) challenge myself to write in the first person and b) be as sarcastic as humanly possible. I also got to use my fairy encylopedia as a research tool which is always a bonus in my book.

Title: Rhyme without Reason 1/2
Fandom: Dresden Files by Jim Butcher -- If you like magic in the modern world, witty narration and/or detective stories, you should read these books. Seriously.
Rating: G
Characters: Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, Thomas Raith, Mouse
Word count: 10,304 total *fist pump*

Summary: Takes place a few months after the events of Blood Rites. Harry's got a new dog, a new brother and a slew of cases that centre around vanishing animals with anger management issues. Sometimes his life is weird even for him.

It probably said something disturbing about my life that a homicidal goose didn't even rank in the top end of my weird stuff that happens to Harry Dresden meter )
cleflink: ([kuroshitsuji] undertaker grin)
( Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:18 pm)
Happy New Year all! I hope it was enjoyable for everyone!

So the first order of business is a great big thank you to Kleenexwoman for writing to my prompt for Sara Bareilles' song Fairytales. Her fantastic story, Fairytales, figures the various princesses as participants in a reality show and looks at the darker side of the happily ever after that each of them was hoping to get. She neatly intertwines the original fairy tales, the song lyrics and her own unique spin on their stories into a whole that is bittersweet but ultimately lovely. This is really clever.

I was at once more and less productive than usual this year. I only wrote my main assignment, since I somehow managed to be both incredibly busy and a major slacker this Christmas season, but it's definitely the longest thing I've ever written in such a short time. It probably could have been easily twice the length if I'd left myself enough time to get really into it, but overall I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. This was a great opportunity to a) challenge myself to write in the first person and b) be as sarcastic as humanly possible. I also got to use my fairy encylopedia as a research tool which is always a bonus in my book.

Title: Rhyme without Reason
Fandom: Dresden Files by Jim Butcher -- If you like magic in the modern world, witty narration and/or detective stories, you should read these books. Seriously.
Rating: G
Characters: Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, Thomas Raith, Mouse
Word count: 10,304 *fist pump*

Summary: Takes place a few months after the events of Blood Rites. Harry's got a new dog, a new brother and a slew of cases that centre around vanishing animals with anger management issues. Sometimes his life is weird even for him.

It probably said something disturbing about my life that a homicidal goose didn't even rank in the top end of my weird stuff that happens to Harry Dresden meter )
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