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Monday, August 31st, 2015 09:59 am
It's going to take me a while to get through these stories.  There are 39 of them of amazing quality.

To begin,

Fit To Be Tied, written for me, crack cross over in which, courtesy of Anansi the spider trickster, Susan romps through various fictional places dealing with a spider with a sense of humor,

The Rule of Threes Raid, also written for me, Susan is inserted into North Africa to mislead the Nazis about the upcoming invasion of the "soft underbelly of Europe" (a crossover with Rat Patron, which you don’t need to know at all), canon Narnia and my own The Stone Gryphon series

The Case of the Descending Debutante, Lucy, Edmund and Eustace, still with Harold and Alberta, post DT, invade Greece on a humanitarian mission with guest appearance by paratrooper Susan, is hilarious, amazing fun,

Chain of pearls (anklets of light) a beautiful, visual story about Eustace and faith as he visits India, and comes to see how elephants in Hinduism allows him to better understand the Lion in his own life, . Aspects of the Narnian fandom can be horribly critical of non-Christian belief systems, asserting that non-Christians have no business enjoying the Chronicles except as a path to Christian evangelization -- ironic given the popularity of the stories worldwide. For its respectful portrayal of another belief system, this story is multi-cultural gem and Eustace is the perfect voice and vehicle for it.



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Monday, September 24th, 2012 11:07 pm
For [livejournal.com profile] vialethe, Edmund, Peter, Tebbitt drunk!fic
Tebbitt, Edmund, and Peter, drunk!fic. )

ooOOoo
For [livejournal.com profile] lauren_titmus
Tebbitt and Cross-dressing (because we all know it's happened at least once...) *grin*

If he shaved his legs, Tebbitt isn't saying )
ooOOoo
For 'E' How fun! I vote for number 9: forced to share a bed, either Peter and Morgan or Edmund and Sir Lezi. Because of the wonderful awkwardness.
We have both!

In which we learn just why Peter bothers Morgan so much )
ooOOoo
And tall, dark and hairy )
ooOOoo
For Syrena Jalur can't keep warm anymore
Errr, this is probably not what you were expecting, Syrena.

Jalur is cold all the time now )

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Saturday, January 28th, 2012 12:38 pm
Taking a cue from [livejournal.com profile] snacky, who posted some things yesterday in advance of the Remix 10, I'll be putting some old things up on ff.net.  Last year, I wrote Carrying out my design to shatter the enemies, which was a remix of the fabulous [livejournal.com profile] metonomia 's She Maintained This Estate and received from the wonderful Caleon a remix of the The Palace Guard, Always On The Guard.  I'm not sure if I'll participate this year or not -- Carrying out my design has been really popular on AO3 along with my Temeraire cross, so go figure.  And Big Bang and Harold and Morgan, right?  right?

So far, I've put up an old Polly Plummer & River Song story, Out of Place and the first part, which is the best standalone, of
The Horse and his boy,  the Mare and her girl, Rat, Cat and Trickster.  I've got a lot of other things I could put up -- all pasted together it was over 25,000 words.  Oh self.  If you want to drop a line or a review, lovely, but it's not new content, though maybe it's new to you.

This is all of course to procrastinate on my Big Bang which is going sooo slowly.  I've received one lovely poem from [livejournal.com profile] lotl101 (thank you!) and something from clio for Asim to share with Mrs. Caspian, but seriously, if you are yearning to have Tebbitt write Susan a poem that she can use to send secret messages via Morse code from occupied France, now is your chance.  I am just not that romantic. 
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Sunday, November 6th, 2011 09:58 pm
Thanks so very, very much to everyone who commented on the latest. I am so grateful and the reason I've not responded is that I've been trying to finish up the next chapter. It's not been a good week for writing, so I'll just keep pushing. It's a good thing I'm not doing NaNo, because I'd be so far behind it's ridiculous. So, let's talk about some things.

About Jill -- wait a minute, is that in the book? )

Breaking the Borders, AsCast, and Big Bang )

comment fic on toomuchtebbitt )

(In other words, I've apparently decided screw the ages, let's go for it).
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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 11:47 am
Enough’s enough.
The previous entry on Chapter 12 has exploded so at the risk of self-aggrandizement, I’m just going to move some of that discussion and such over here to a new entry. 

Neiman and Flavia, thanks for the reviews and Nemain it’s great to hear from you again. Flavia, as the comments to the previous entry indicate, you are not alone in your defense of Edmund. They are both to blame; I’m just annoyed with him that he did not explain to Morgan why he’s all angsty about Seth/brother/betraying family for material gain.

Shipping Susan and the Director )

blowing up canon with cannon and reflection on Narnia fandom )

General observations on ships )

Richard and Peter discussing gay giraffes )
More shippiness, the impact of the Guards and Edmund's "Relationship? What relationship?" )
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Sunday, January 16th, 2011 02:34 pm

For [livejournal.com profile] l_a_r_m  on her birthday.  Birthday fic!  The first part some of you might recall from the Give the Pevensies a friend commentfic.  This expands it a little bit.  Years and timing and dates are wrong wrong wrong.  Also, I borrow heavily from the ideas of John LeCarre's Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.  The ideas are, in sum and substance, his.  I've just inserted Tebbitt and Susan into it.

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Walking from the train station had not been one of George's better ideas  )