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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, March 30th, 2015 09:37 pm
So I finally got around to posting some of my 3SF Fills.
Narnians Reassembling (685 words) by rthstewart
Chapters: 3/3
Fandom: Chronicles of Narnia - C. S. Lewis, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Agent Carter (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Susan Pevensie, Lucy Pevensie, Peter Pevensie, Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter, Miriam Fry, Angie Martinelli, Jane Foster (Marvel)
Additional Tags: 3 Sentence Fiction, 3 Sentence Ficathon, Alternate Universe, Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence
Series: Part 3 of The Narnians Assemble AU
Summary: Three sentence ficathon fills with Narnia and MCU. Susan at the Griffith, Peter and the Howlers, Lucy and Thor

More Chips Off The Stone Gryphon (1202 words) by rthstewart
Chapters: 5/5
Fandom: Chronicles of Narnia - C. S. Lewis
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Peter Pevensie, Susan Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie, Lucy Pevensie, Digory Kirke, Eustace Scrubb, Jill Pole, Puddleglum
Additional Tags: 3 Sentence Fiction, 3 Sentence Ficathon
Series: Part 6 of The Stone Gryphon
Summary:Fills from the 3 sentence ficathon; includes some fills that are canon compliant and others that are AU, Everybody Lives, Nobody Dies

Mary Anning Russell Pevensie Goes To Jurassic Park (and the Cretaceous Period) (828 words) by rthstewart
Chapters: 2/2
Fandom: Chronicles of Narnia - C. S. Lewis
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Peter Pevensie, Eustace Scrubb
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Everyone Lives/Nobody Dies, Jurassic Park - Freeform, Dinosaurs, Raptor Red - Freeform, 3 Sentence Fiction, 3 Sentence Ficathon
Series: Part 6 of Everybody Lives Nobody Dies Narnia AU
Summary: For [personal profile] syrena_of_the_lake  who wanted Mary Anning Russell and dinosaurs

I had a problem with posting yesterday.  They are all up now, in their entirety.

Thanks so much for the nice words.  First up, Susan had a conversation with Cook about a difficult dinner party with many, many things on the Cannot Eat List.
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Thursday, January 1st, 2015 06:20 pm
So I'm just back from nearly 10 days away and 3 time zones and so am behind on absolutely everything, including the December meme, which will probably be more of a January meme at this point. Also, I know that some have written things in response to my prompts and I will get to commenting and such. Thanks so much for sharing your theories, meta, personal stories, and all good fannish things.

So, Happy New Year! May this year be better than the last! I wish you all good things!

Did you get nice things?  Did you have a nice time?  Tell me more?

So, Yuletide. Oh my gosh, a huge thanks to [personal profile] heliopause for getting me through it! Helio was SO supportive.

I wrote one story, and one treat. The main story for [personal profile] parhelion was in Bujold's Chalion. I think my recipient liked it and I had fun doing it.
Communion of Saints (7300 words) by rthstewart
Chapters: 3/3
Fandom: Chalion Saga - Lois McMaster Bujold
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: the Bastard (Chalion), the Mother (Chalion), the Father (Chalion), the Son (Chalion), Lupe dy Cazaril, Bergon dy Ibra, Paginine, Ista dy Chalion, Ser dy Ferrej, Umegat, Acolyte Clara
Additional Tags: Fictional Religion & Theology
Summary: When it is dark enough, you can see the stars. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Saints can find communion but may have to crawl over rough ground to get there.

My second was a treat for Port, writing, for the second year in a row, Mara Jade and Talon Karrde but not Mara/Karrde (that's not a ship I sail on).

Show Your Hand (1163 words) by rthstewart
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Star Wars Legends: Thrawn Trilogy - Timothy Zahn
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Mara Jade, Talon Karrde
Additional Tags: Nursing, Humor
Summary: Karrde is injured. Mara tenderly nurses him back to health.

I had in my head the desire to write a whole bunch of romance tropes where Karrde and Mara subvert them. This was just the first, where Mara "tenderly nurses" an injured Karrde back to health. Uh huh. There's always a YT request for Mara Jade plotty fic and that takes time and I really need to think about that and maybe next year.

I received 3 wonderful fics, 2 written by keerawa and another lovely story by glishara.  And I'm so happy that these stories are all doing well and are popular in YT.  It's nice to write something your recipient loves -- and I  loved all my shiny gifts.  It's even better when others love what you did!

All Disasters Out of Season (1103 words) by keerawa
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Elementary (TV), Chalion Saga - Lois McMaster Bujold
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Joan Watson (Elementary), Ms. Hudson (Elementary), Sherlock Holmes
Additional Tags: Crossovers & Fandom Fusions, Alternate Universe - Modern Setting, Alternate Universe - Modern with Magic, The Bastard - Freeform, Yuletide Treat, Yuletide 2014, Misses Clause Challenge, Case Fic, Character of Faith, Canon Trans Character
Summary:

At first, Curtis Atherton's death appeared a simple suicide. Of course, nothing is simple when the Bastard is involved.



Like a Dragon in a China Shop (2779 words) by keerawa
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Temeraire - Naomi Novik, Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: John Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Temeraire
Additional Tags: Crossovers & Fandom Fusions, Post-Canon, Dragons, Period-Typical Racism, Victorian, Yuletide 2014, Yuletide Treat
Summary:  When Holmes' investigation into a series of murders in Chinatown reaches an impasse, Watson must call upon an old acquaintance for help.

Birthings (1834 words) by Glishara
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Chalion Saga - Lois McMaster Bujold, Temeraire - Naomi Novik
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Ista dy Chalion, Illvin dy Arbanos, Annaliss dy Teneret
Summary:While on assignment in the Archipelago, Ista and Illvin's band finds some truly unexpected spoils of war...


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Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 10:56 am

For [personal profile] cofax7 
So, I really wanted to write something original and new, involving Leia Organa, Dana Scully, and Susan Pevensie and Agent Carter discussing career planning at Peggy's retirement party at a B&B on Chincoteague Island where they all bitch about getting lost in the Pentagon parking lot and maybe a dead body turns up. But that's plot and story and I just didn't have time. So, let's add that to the to-do list.

What I offer instead is something from a very, very long time ago, when I was deep into writing X-Jedi 2 -- a Star Wars/Xfiles crossover with Han, Leia, Luke and Mara wandering about DC with Mulder and Scully, dancing the macarena, smashing blue crabs, visiting the LGBs, blowing stuff up, going to a shooting range where Mara and Leia tried a slug-thrower, and trying to find Mulder's lost spooky. I wrote it with the incomparable Ginef and JackieeC and you can still find the story in odd places on the Internet though as far as I know we never archived it anywhere. This was written after XJ2, and was posted to the Club Jade listserve and expresses enormous fan frustration with ridiculous plots and no RST. It might be have been a collaboration with Ginef and Jackie, or it might have been just me. So, Cofax, I hope a line or two gives you some amusement this day. It does assume, alas, some familiarity with the character of Mara Jade and spoofs the end of The Last Command.

X-Jedi 3 -- the clone's name was Muulder )

 

 


Cross posting problems -- entry is here for now, http://rthstewart.livejournal.com/122541.html
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Monday, October 6th, 2014 07:44 am
Thank you to all who sent birthday wishes. That was very nice. It was a really putrid day, as my birthdays so often are. I mean, starting the day with a fraud alert on your credit card, so very much not fun. Happy Birthday to you from Chase Account Holder Card Services. Fortunately, I had already ordered my peanut butter pretzels and coffee from Amazon so those deliveries were uninterrupted. The weekend improved as it went on, most especially beacause of the Narnia Fic Exchange and Madness reveals. The Main Collection is here (25 stories of awesome) and the Madness Collection is here.

I got 4 madness stories. WHAT??? Also, I wrote one, plus 2 stories for the main exchange and received an amazing gift. So...

What I received
I received a wonderful Temeraire/Narnia cross by the superlative wingedflight21 An Unusual Dragon Situation Returning to Cambridge after a voyage across the Eastern Sea leads Eustace to realize that he is not the same boy who fell through the painting. He has grown in unexpected ways. It's wonderful. I'd spotted the fact that there was a Temeraire cross in the collection and was hoping it was for me and it WAS. As always, Winged's Eustace voice is pitch perfect.

Madness was an embarrassment of riches. edenfalling wrote A boat, beneath a sunny sky, a glorious slice of Aravis and Lasaraleen having a small adventure and brilliant bit of characterization
edenfalling ALSO wrote a wonderful and insightful Polly and Digory story, about the war to come in response to the prompt by several people, How the Skeleton Aches

The wonderful adaese wrote the wry and poignant
A correspondence between Bibi Tarkheena, wife to Kidrash Tarkaan, lord of Calavar Province, and her aunt Latana, High Priestess of Zardeena, being a selection from the Calavar archives, presented here for the edification and instruction of young ladies.
Which explains the whole of Aravis' situation from the point of view of the not-so-evil stepmother.

And I received The Little Sea by Transposable-Element which is a wonderful bit of Calormen pantheon and worldbuilding.

Thanks so much to the generous people who wrote these wonderful, wonderful works! GO! Read and Review!

I had huge problems writing, at first.  I've been incredibly busy with work writing and I've felt that Narnia, its fandom fen, and I are in the middle of an especially messy and painful divorce.  I've really wanted to just chuck it all and go to ground so it was really, really hard to write, at first.  Eventually, I forced myself, word by word and finally came out with three stories.


And what I wrote

I did two stories for the main exchange, one of which was blindingly obvious and one of which was definitely not.
My assignment:
That we may hear the whispers of the gods, for [personal profile] bedlamsbard  (a very intimidating person to write for, let me tell you!)  Anyone who has read some of my musings on the Calormene Trickster god would have recognized this story.  It was a real mess in early drafts and was truly saved by freudiancascade.  Aravis isn't an  easy character for me for some reason.  I really enjoyed Lasaraleen and Hwin in this story.  I'd also wanted to do a much bigger story, hinted at here, of Cor's abduction (again) and Aravis riding off to rescue him.  Also hinted at, but not something I could develop, is that Aravis and Cor have issues, both individually and as a couple, and that Cor's time as slave definitely left its mark.  Freudiancascade asked me during one round of review if I really intended to imply that Cor and Aravis were probably queer -- and I said yep, that was intentional.  I really wanted to play with gender issues and how complicated that was by their personal histories and Archenland politics, but I just couldn't pull it off without it coming out incredibly sexist, so I tossed a lot of that.  The abduction was simply too big a story for the NFE -- this already clocked in at 10K, so I stripped out a lot and tried to focus in on Aravis becoming comfortable in her own skin.  I ended up blundering into sexy times even in one draft.  Egads. 

The second story, a pinch hit, surely a surprise, As Waves Make Towards The Pebbl'd Shore for our NFE  mod and all around only good things should happen to her ever, [personal profile] snacky .  Peter/Caspian is one of Snacky's OTP's and she deserved a story written just for her for all her amazing work as mod and everything else.  So I wrote Peter/Caspian slash!   

A comment or two asked what was going on with the buzzing in Susan's purse.  That, as it turns out, is explained in my madnness story, Susan and Peggy Go Shooting (Again)which is a continuation of my Avengers MCU cross from the NFE  2 years ago.  I'm not sure if this is quite what the lovely [personal profile] aurilly had in mind but I had a lot of fun with it, particularly writing Peggy Carter, Howard Stark, and Col. Chester Phillips. 

That's all! 

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Sunday, September 28th, 2014 06:39 pm
The stories went up the Narnia Fic Exchange! 25 glorious stories can be read here! Do go and share the love! Reveals won't be up for a week, so I can't 'tell you what I wrote but yes, at the bitter end, I did write, and that's all I have to say about that for now. and a recipient liked her story and that's great.

I got the most fabulous gift. I'd noticed when the stories were going up over the last week or two that there was a Temeraire cross over and I hope it would be for me. AND IT IS AND IT IS FABULOUS. An Unusual Dragon Situation I don't want to give it away -- but it's wonderful.  Really, the voices are spot on and it's a terrific melding of AU and canon.  The use of "Them" is particularly good. 

The NFE Madness 2014 challenge is still open until OCTOBER 5 SO THERE IS PLENTY OF TIME TO WRITE SOMETHING! The prompts are here,  There is no minimum wordcount, and you have until next Sunday!

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Sunday, October 6th, 2013 08:10 am
In case you missed it, the Narnia Fic Exchange Reveals went up! Do go check out the stories because there are some really lovely ones. [personal profile] deepdarkwaters wrote a terrific, subtle cross over for me that I really enjoyed so much. It's a great story and I hope you'll check Always A King out and tell her how awesome it is.

And now the MADNESS ROUND BEGINS

I wrote two stories

Mazy Rings Troublesome Things for [personal profile] heliopausa
I had gotten my assignment at some point when, during and around our trip to England. Adaese and [personal profile] wellinghall had taken me to see the Magical Books exhibit at the Bodeleian Library in Oxford and I saw Lewis' Lefay fragment there. And so the idea was born. It was while reading and re-reading Magician's Nephew that I came with the story Come Boldly Unto Throne of Grace.   The story is the first time I ever tried to write in the Lewis style of voice.  There is a line about how once I went riding on the Somerset levels and my pony was wiser than I was and knew to avoid the rings.  That is actually taken from a ride I did do, though it was in Connemara in Ireland and my guide, a very serious young woman, pointed to a stand of trees and informed me that was the sort of place where fairies were sure to be and we should ride by very quickly lest they capture us.

A lot of the information came from the Wikipedia entry on fairy rings.

 





The second story was for [personal profile] wingedflight21 and I figured out from the prompt that it was probably Winged and I've know her a few years now so it was really fun to do this story.  Light to the Misled and Lonely Traveler is a massive crossover.  It was a lot of fun in a Hitchhikers Guide sort of way.  It marks the first time I've crossed into several verses there, including two book series I've never read. 

My thanks to [personal profile] snacky  for the great exchange and to [personal profile] pencildragon11 , [personal profile] starbrow  and Jay for the betas on the stories.  Unlike past stories, I didn't think either was obviously mine. 
 

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Sunday, September 9th, 2012 02:31 pm

So, let’s see.  I realized I should probably put up a few notes about my NFE’s.  I had a terrible time with posting and I’ve had to do a lot of RL writing.  But it's done and up and one part of it in particular, Katyn, deserves special discussion.

Behind the cut for blather and notes )
And, I need to thank [livejournal.com profile] snacky again for running a wonderful exchange.  A true bright spot apart from the great stories has been that I've gotten to know some new people better, including [livejournal.com profile] tantella (the LJ account for Avia Tantella Scott), [livejournal.com profile] starbrowsings (Starbrow), [livejournal.com profile] heliopausa (Heliopause) and [livejournal.com profile] pencildragon11 (oldfashionedgirl95) (and one of her nearest and dearest!  Waves!)  We've also gotten stories from people who I've admired for a while but haven't seen Narnia work from them ever or in a very long time, including [livejournal.com profile] therck[livejournal.com profile] freudiancascade and Ruan Chun Xian
And this is, I remind myself, the real wonder of fanfiction -- the act of creating, the joy of sharing, and the growth that comes from the inclusive, vibrant communities that grow around those creations. 
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Friday, August 31st, 2012 01:31 pm
So, the Narnia Fic Exchange will be winding up soon.  I've really enjoyed so many of the stories.  Anon commenting is available, so do check them out.

In the Bujold community, Hedda62 just posted Further Up and Further In, a Betan Survey/Narnia cross over to fill the prompt:  You know all those Betan survey ships that go into wormholes and don’t come out? They go to Narnia. It's so much fun.  I really enjoyed it.

In recognition of some real ugliness and other things, [livejournal.com profile] lady_songsmith has started a new Comm, Marvelous Things Beyond Reckoning to promote the stories that celebrate "the diversity of vision in Narnia and the richness of the world."  Huzzah.  PM her with questions and suggestions. 

The ugliness, more on that briefly, below, underscores how much I miss the Narnia Fanfiction Revolution community which had at its core a celebration of diversity and creativity.  It was that rare thing in the Narnia fandom, a community that did not tolerate intolerance.   Maybe, given that the films are over and the fandom is contracting again, there is no need for it and so its demise will pass unremarked.  Still, I miss it.  I know the technical skill to transfer the old site to the new server is beyond me and I really don't know anything about forum management.  If anyone has any thoughts on this -- is there a need for it, if so where, who, and how -- I welcome your thoughts.

I've been trying to write but have been badly distracted.  First, I managed to fall into a rabbit cage on to cement and now have bruises and cuts on both legs, knees, feet and one arm.  I have been Battered by bunnies.  School also started and so that is always a stressful time of year.  huzzah for a long weekend.

Second, I had a unsigned, anonymous review to I love not man the less but nature more.  Over the last day, I've been tinkering with a response.  There's a little more here, under the cut.  Please be warned -- this anon review and my discussion that follows contain horribly homophobic language bracketed by smileys.  If being labeled horrible things due to sexual orientation is triggering, stop now. 

How did I become the poster child in the Narnia culture wars? ) 



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Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 07:59 pm
My NFE posted. 
Title: Queen Lucy, the Firebird, and the Death of Koschei the Deathless
Recipient: ME a/k/a luckiest person in the world
Rating:
G
Possible Spoilers/Warnings: none
Summary: In which Queen Lucy of Narnia and Princess Elena of Vinyedvyeri go on a quest to defeat Koschei the Deathless, rescue Elena's brothers, and incidentally get Lucy back home after she was carried off by a magical bird.

It has Baba Yaga and the Firebird and the hut on chicken legs and an evil magician, characters named Elena, Ivan, and Pierre, and the World Ash Tree.  it is all completely and utterly perfect and unique and a beautiful melding of the Chronicles with Russian folklore.  And Baba Yaga. 

And there is no question.  Something in here was the fault of Miles Vorkosigan.  Also, Ekaterin is telling this story to her daughters. 

Do go and tell my mystery writer how awesome she is.
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Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 12:18 pm
[livejournal.com profile] harmony_lover got bitten by a plot bunny after reading my Maenad of the Maquis and Almyra's The Land of Make Believe (a terrific story and unfortunately not updated for a while).  So she did what any normal person does (right?  right?) and crossed them and then wrote it in a one shot!   You can read Tilting Off The Edge Of The World here.  What you need to know for the story is explained in Harmony Lover and Almyra's notes.  It's a fun mash up, lots of good brother bonding, and RAF Peter landing in an alley in London in 1955.  That Bacchus has quite a sense of humor. 

I'm so flattered and happy that [livejournal.com profile] harmony_lover did this and let the creative spirit take her where it did.  Thanks so much and I hope you enjoy this bit of crack as I did.
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Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 12:29 pm
I know there are a few out here who follow this LJ, have read the Star Wars Expanded Universe, watched new Dr. Who, and like Doctor River Song.  For that admittedly very small space in the intersecting circles on the Venn diagram, Separated At Birth is my offering. I posted it on AO3, but that site is pretty wonky right now.  But here's the link in case it works better for you.  For the first time I've just removed a review from the story because yuck
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Thursday, September 29th, 2011 10:26 pm
For the Everybody Lives, Nobody Dies community,

Unquenchable fire
Rating: PG
Warnings: Minor spoilers for The Chronicles of Narnia and the Temeraire books by N. Novik.\
Eustace Scrubb, Lucy Pevensie
3,400 words
AU/Crossover

For good or for ill, air mastery is today the supreme expression of
military power and fleets and armies, however vital and important, must
accept a subordinate rank.
Winston Churchill

If the Almighty were to rebuild the world and asked me for advice, I would have English
Channels round every country. And the atmosphere would be such that
anything which attempted to fly would be set on fire.
Winston Churchill

You can read it here.

The idea occurred to me while I was on the treadmill and thinking about the new Temeraire book due next year, Crucible of Gold.  For those of you who don't know the series, it's penned by Naomi Novik and is an alternate history set during the Napoleonic Wars and posits what the world would have looked like with dragons.  I adore the series.  It's really, really daunting to write Temeraire fan fic, but once it bit, I really couldn't let it go because Eustace and DRAGONS, in combat.  A part of the 'verse is that the Longwing breed of dragons will accept only female handlers, which causes no end of trouble in the times in which the books are set.  That of course led to the idea that Captain Lucy Pevensie aboard a Longwing Acid spitter was inevitable.  I'd originally thought that Peter ends up signing up and is in the crew of some big combat heavyweight as a gunner.  I've not read a lot of Temeraire fic, though I'm very fond of the cross over that [livejournal.com profile] beatrice_otter did last year for Yuletide, Lieutenant Bennet's Visit

That's all!
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Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 01:41 pm
It's just that I'm working on a Star Wars/Doctor Who cross over and have returned to writing a particular character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe after 17 years. Eeep. It's going slowly (5,000 words or so) but it's really, really fun and I'll shove it into the femgenficathon as satisfying both my previously written prompts.

And speaking of Doctor Who, being reported all over the place this morning, including here the Doctor Who Christmas special is supposed to be a cross over with the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, complete with creepy old house and World War 2 evacuees. There are lots of great Who/Narnia cross overs including [livejournal.com profile] ilysia_039's touch the sky with two arms and [livejournal.com profile] be_themoon's Whose_Other_Side_Is_Salvation. [livejournal.com profile] metonomia has done several, including with Susan, the Doctor, and Merlin, and one with the Doctor and Polly for the NFE here. I think [livejournal.com profile] wingedflight21 might have at least one as well. Please add others in the comments!!

Also, and this is [livejournal.com profile] edenfalling's fault because I really wanted more Shezan and Ilgamuth or Cor and Aravis, so I bit, even though I don't usually do this, but you know, I could use a kickstart to get back to AW and maybe this well help on the Spare Oom sides of things.

The first five people to comment on this post get to request that I write a drabble/ficlet of any pairing/character of their choosing. In return, they have to could post this in their journal, regardless of their own writing ability level. Or bake me cookies. [edited]

So, if you want to play, just ask in the comments and hopefully it will get me going on Lionsgate (the next chapter) and how I'm going to write Peter at Normandy and Susan in France short of a full blown, multi-chaptered epic war story.
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Monday, October 18th, 2010 11:12 am

First off, wow and thanks so much. I'm just floored by the response so far and it's scary how much happier I feel when there is a story providing a framework for fandom interaction. I really and truly appreciate it.
Procrastination )  
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Monday, October 4th, 2010 12:15 am


Blather about H&M and Part 3 research )

The downside to always concealing one's  identity online, is that you get birthday notices when it is not your birthday.  In this case, yesterday was my actual birthday, which I mention only because the fabulous [livejournal.com profile] intrikate88  has her birthday one day after mine and so I written her birthday fic, which was inspired by fic she first wrote and then I used to write birthday fic for another friend. 

The first time River Song met Polly Plummer )
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Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 09:55 pm
So, [livejournal.com profile] autumnia  has just posted a short on her LJ crossing Buffy and a really awesome Susan.  Yes, Go Read!!
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Monday, February 22nd, 2010 09:23 pm
Yes, I have.  Lost my mind that is, And Then My Brain Blew Up, in comment fic form complete with egregious typos, Edmund Pevensie, Ramses Emerson, Sherlock Holmes and Mary Russell.  At a dinner party, in the American Colony in Jerusalem in 1918.  With camels.  William Gillette, the alias Holmes uses at the party is the name of the actor who played Holmes on stage. 

This is the fault of [livejournal.com profile] andi_horton  [livejournal.com profile] intrikate88   [livejournal.com profile] metonomia  and [livejournal.com profile] lady_songsmith With special snarky assist by [livejournal.com profile] intrikate88 
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