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Sunday, August 30th, 2015 08:49 pm
And oh my gosh, you need to go RIGHT NOW

First off, I have an amazing fun Madness. It is delightful. You will love it.

Fit to be tied (723 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Chronicles of Narnia - All Media Types
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Susan Pevensie
Additional Tags: Crack Crossover, Anansi - Freeform, Chronicles of Narnia - Kangarooverse

Susan does not like surprises. Tebbitt does not like spiders. Anansi does not care.

And then, my anon, for my main story, has written an 18,000 word war story set between The Queen Susan in Tashbaan and Rat and Sword Go To War. Queen Susan Caspian is sent to North Africa as part of the deception build up to Operation Mincemeat. I've just started and have already run into Susan Caspian and Tebbitt, Asim, and Colonel Walker-Smythe. I don't know the other verse it's crossed with, Rat Patrol, but I'm not worried about that. There are notes at the beginning and if you do love Rat Patrol, well that's an added bonus.   It's wonderful.  It's amazing and I'm already in love. 

The Rule of Threes Raid (18796 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 3/3
Fandom: Chronicles of Narnia - All Media Types, The Rat Patrol
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Susan Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie, Peter Pevensie, Sam Troy, Jack Moffitt, Mark Hitchcock, Tully Pettigrew, Hans Dietrich
Additional Tags: World War II

The Rat Patrol's mission is "to attack, harass and wreak havoc on Field Marshal Rommel's vaunted Afrika Korps." Susan's mission is a bit more complicated, as is her relationship with the desert. A story of daring and deception and of loyalties built on shifting sands.

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Wednesday, December 24th, 2014 10:43 pm
no, really, I did.  I'm also drunk on sparkling wine and an amazing chateauneuf du pape. 

BUT I GOT 3 YULETIDE STORIES  (and also a rice cooker from my SO and a new set of headphone from my spawn and I thought the prime rib was overcooked but it did taste really good.  Also, wine).

All disasters out of season, http //archiveofourown.org/works/2845127 (an OMG Elementary and Chalion xover)
Like a dragon in china shop http://archiveofourown.org/works/2773970 (Temeraire and classic ACD xover)
Birthings, http://archiveofourown.org/works/2812151 (Temeraire Chalion xover)

Really, can you top that?  I am giddy. 
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Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 08:54 am
The Narnia Fic Exchange has begun and wow, the first story that went up is a knock out.  The Meeting of Three Powers written for [personal profile] pencildragon11 It's a lovely story filled with Calormen worldbuilding, a rich characterizations of Rabadash, Susan, and Lune, AU Golden Age, and a surprise ending that quite took my breath away.  In a remarkable coincidence, pencildragon11 -- the recipient of this NFE story -- had posted on Sunday a very sad tale of a 15-year old Queen Susan getting very hurt in her first young romance -- won with false dice is  a painfully accurate characterization of how a girl/young woman actually would blunder her way through her first failed romance.  Susan is stronger and wiser at the end but she's got a way to go yet.  To read these two stories together (with HHB in the middle) gives an amazingly consistent character arc -- there is a line in Meeting of Three Powers where Susan states she is closer to wisdom and that is what these stories do together -- they tell a story over a decade or more, of how Queen Susan comes closer to wisdom. 

Your mileage may vary but I found them very satisfying, all the more so because they were written by different authors and independently. 

Also, there's the Madness Round going on, so if you see a prompt and feel like writing a paragraph, go for it! With 38 (I think?) stories still to go, you've got over a month and it can be posted at the end of the exchange. 

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Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 08:16 pm
I was starting to work on the NFE and then this fell out. It's not quite the way I wanted it but if I didn't get it out, I'd never get back to the NFE.  It's all Digory angst and goodness I suck at writing angst.  Also, there's lots of my harping on the themes of redemption, mercy, forgiveness, and grace. 

I quote again from what has gone before but I liked the reference to the Great Lay.  It's kinda sad to think what losses Edmund is (not) dealing with even as he helps Digory.  It completely skews the relationship and the Ps are probably a bit too composed but as I mention in my note, Miniver's gorgeous This Other Eden is my head canon here.  [personal profile] pencildragon11  mentioned her own Well Done and it's an lovely piece in the genre of Digory angst which gave me some guidance in this heretofore uncharted area of spiritual angst. 

And why yes, having been a lector and teaching catechism for about 30 years, I do know something of the Bible.  A little.  A bit.

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Monday, October 1st, 2012 09:39 am
It is BANNED BOOKS WEEK!  go forth and be subversive!

Over the past couple of days, I have noticed an uptick in kudos over on AO3 and to a lesser extent, a number of anon and guest reviews on fanfiction.net.  So, if, after reading, you pop over here, welcome and hello and thanks so much!  If you are new and did find this and are so inclined, I'd love to know how you found me.  Is there some recent post, or a stray comment somewhere that sent you into the wallow and bottomless pit that is my rambling?  Anon commenting is enabled here so drop a line if you want to and introduce yourself if you like.

I know there's one recent rec in comments to a Susan story courtesy of therck (and thank you!).  To that end, if you have not seen it, ursulav  wrote an amazing problem of Susan story, Elegant and Fine, It is wonderful so do go check it out.  [livejournal.com profile] wellinghall also mentioned Ursula's story in comments an entry or two ago here, so now I am reccing it properly!

I had wondered if the uptick over on AO3 is due to a Tumblr post a new reader told me about which warned people away from my work.**  The reader looked at the stories that were recc'd, decided they were not her favorite flavor of delicious cake and decided to check out those who were condemned, meaning me, for which I am so grateful!  Huzzah for new, cool imaginary friends! So, I wondered if others might have seen the same post and come via the same circuitous route!? 

**(This isn't new.  Would-be readers have been warned away from me for years, I'm way too old for this nonsense and wasted too much hand-wringing energy on it (and yours as well gentle reader).  I like playing over here in my sandbox with my cool, imaginary friends and our yummy snacks and the teens in my life think it's hilarious.  They call me a hippie.  (yes, I hope you didn't just snort Diet Coke through the laptop at that prospect)  So, I'm not reopening that can of slimy worm bits, but was wondering if others have come via the same route.  In which case, maybe I should thank my critic, yes? 

Last, work on the final chapter of this part of the H&M story arc proceeds.  I thought it might go up this weekend, but it's  not.  Soon!  And an event that I sought to avoid last year, I have decided to embrace this year.  So, bring it on. 
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Saturday, September 15th, 2012 01:04 pm
So, last night I posted Many Happy Returns

This has been a very difficult update.  I’ve had tons of real life writing and close readers know what is coming and I'm looking forward to it no more than you are.  It's strange because I have probably 50,000 words in this part of the story and the first part, the presentation to Peter, I had written before and it still took me 2 weeks to write a few thousand words of the same scene from a different point of view. 

And gosh, I could not resist making Peter so sentimental about it all.  They are completely counting their eggs before they are fertilized, though both Roblang and Mr. Hoberry express some caution.  And yes, about that.  The resolution at the end of the chapter leaves open the possibilty that Morgan is pregnant.  If you have any thoughts on that, I'd love to hear them.

Peter and Susan are a bit clueless about all this -- in their defense, they've really not been around for most of the relational development.  Susan also has her issues with the whole thing as she sees it (and rightly so) as politically very problematic.   Also, we have something of a return to the politics and worldbuilding, such as it is, that were developed in the Lone Islands arc.

We've covered a lot of ground in the last couple of chapters.  They have really learned how to communciate and are both rising to the challenge of becoming a couple, a we, a them, in the greater world.  And then... well...

Coincidentally, Elecktrum and [livejournal.com profile] the1hobbit posted the first chapter of a bawdy bachelor party with Bacchus in attendance, so you know it's going to be a rollicking time.  They borrowed my Sir Leszi who would never miss a good party and I'm very flattered that they did so.  You can find the first chapter of Evangeline here. 

I'll say this again, even at the risk of being a review hound.  This type of story is a dying breed in the Narnia fandom on fanfiction.net.  If you like it and other works like it, even a single guest review of "Thanks for updating!  I liked it!" really, really means something.  Those counts, favs and follows make a statement.  As I said in the a/n at the end of the chapter, my work and I have become real outliers in the past few months as the fandom on the site has become actively hostile to anything except a very specific, very narrow brand of story.  Thanks so much for your support.

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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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Monday, April 23rd, 2012 10:30 pm
It's up!  It's up!  Remix Madness is here and it's all wonderful.  So many of the F-list got mixed!  There are lovely stories there!  Remix is such fun!

So huzzah for that!  And I got 2, yes TWO wonderful fics!!!
Follow the Star (Into the Light) which remixes my femme-slashy-if-you-squint Lucy & Liliandil fic and it's just wonderful to read of two grieving people who are able to come together honestly and openly and find a way through their mourning resolved to accomplish important things that must be done. 
And Shadow and Light which is a lovely look at how Lucy and Asim meet in a way that is a bit less abrupt than falling on top of him and explores how Lucy's light shines into the shadows of Asim's darkness. 

Both stories are wonderful meditations on Lucy as light.  She's brilliant in Shadow and Light and her absence casts a long shadow in Follow the Star Into the Light.  I've got two stories in there and I imagine the reveals will be up later in the week. 
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Monday, April 16th, 2012 10:17 pm
So, the whopping (and I do mean whopping) Chapter 15 is up.  I thought of splitting it, but once you read it, I think you'll see why I didn't.  No historical notes, really.  It pretty much speaks for itself.

The first 4,000 words of Chapter 15 (with a notable exception in the first couple of paragraphs) repeats Chapter 1 of Rat and Sword Go To War.  Then, it goes off in a different direction.   I had really wanted to get this chapter up before Rat and Sword as they are so closely aligned and this is how I'd intended it -- the AW update first and then Rat and Sword.  I'll start posting Rat and Sword later in the week on ff.net so they can all be read together in one place.

I'll take this opportunity to signal boost the writers and artists of the Narnia Big Bang stories. They are wonderful and please check them out.  Every one is a wonderful, original contribution.  I've so enjoyed them all and tomorrow is the last one!  A huge thanks to [livejournal.com profile] snacky for running a wonderful Big Bang and to [livejournal.com profile] heverus for my beautiful art.

Also, REMIX.  I didn't do the official one, but [livejournal.com profile] musesfool has open season Remix Madness 2012!  Post if you are willing to have your stories Remixed and then pick a story from those who have signed up!  No word limit!  No assignments!  No pressure! (and if you've ever had the urge to fix anything I've done, HAVE AT IT).  I have signed up and I noticed that [livejournal.com profile] snacky [livejournal.com profile] edenfalling [livejournal.com profile] therck and [livejournal.com profile] vialethe have as well as others whose work I know and love. 

Errr, right, signing off now and it's what you were expecting.  I think this fleshes out a lot of Rat and Sword, plus stands on its own.
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Thursday, March 8th, 2012 09:21 am
Women have been really beaten about the last few weeks here in the US so a day to celebrate to women is certainly called for and timely.

[livejournal.com profile] inkvoices has a terrific set of recs, including some of my favorite fics and vids here

I will draw your attention to one link she had which I spotted last week and just adored, from The Mary Sue,
Non-Costumed, Non-Powered Female Heroines 

I invite you to share in comments or your own posts other recs, commentary, comment fic, or accolades for women who inspire, whether real or fandom.

So, I shall share three of my heroines.

Princess "Into the gabrage shoot, fly boy" Leia, probably my first real fandom heroine

Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood who went to jail for distributing "pornography" about how a woman could prevent pregnancy.  As one judge told her in her criminal trial, a woman does not have "the right to copulate with a feeling of security that there will be no resulting conception."  There are many excellent pieces about her, but here's a start.

And finally, my mom, who died several years of esophageal cancer.  Yep, she was a long time smoker and never was able to quit, as she viewed cigarettes as her best friend in a lot of ways.  She was a troubled woman, which I knew growing up and as an adult but didn't understand why until after she died and learned she had been abused by her father for years.  She finally walked out and never looked back, an amazing thing in that time for a young woman to do.  I now see with hindsight how much she was able to accomplish, for herself and her daughters, in spite of that terrible, terrible past.  As a teacher, she advocated a novel thing called listening and tried to teach the skill to elementary students.  Even though she did not understand them and could not use them, she saw the potential of computers as a teaching tool when the only computers out there were the first Apples and big mainframes with data cards and she worked to obtain funding to bring computers into classrooms.  She was a huge proponent of science and math literacy for girls.  She was attacked at a school board meeting by angry citizens because she advocated teaching children decision making skills.  As one angry parent denounced, "We don't want schools teaching children how to think.  We want our schools to teach them what to think."  This was in the 1970s in California and over 35 years later, I still recall my mother's defiance as one of the greatest moments of heroism I'd ever witnessed. 

Tag.  You're it.
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Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 07:57 pm

So, let’s see…

Big Bang is at 41,000 words (including a glossary and cast of characters so that you can keep track of how a Sten is different from a Bren).  I’m guessing maybe 10,000 words left?  Granted, that's a BIG bit to do in a week for a rough draft but I actually have a pretty coherent outline and as I’m following an order of battle, it’s not, as things go, a huge challenge.  So I say now.  Gawd.  A war story.  I'm such an idiot.

I’m assuming that the H&M update got hit by ff.net being down or something -- possibly something.  Thanks so much to those who did persevere against the site problems and comment!  In less chipper news, I have been called out in two separate things on ff.net for harassment and flaming.  I responded to one and didn’t bother with the other.  My thanks to those who have assisted/weighed in/provided moral support.

A burning question.  Why is my world not full of the new Upstairs Downstairs and the promised relationship between Alex Kingston/Emilia Fox  aka River Song/Morgause?  Why?  Why?  Where is the fic?  Where are the gifs?  WHERE WHERE?  Show me NOW.  Cross over madness I tell you.  This is the sort of thing that drives me to the sort of infringing conduct that is not age appropriate.

[livejournal.com profile] intrikate88 has been doing some terrific Once Upon A Time Fic  exploring Belle and Rumpelstiltskin so do check that out.

Which brings me to the related issue that I have finally seen Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.  It was a typical and very grown up sort of thing – a late matinee with Important People in the audience and no one under the age of 30.   I dearly love Le Carre’s book and it and Conant’s The Irregulars inspired a lot of TQSiT and my TSG AU.  I enjoyed the film and Oldman plays a very, very cold Smiley.  It’s a good adaptation in a 2 hour film.  The challenge is that so much of Smiley is internal and he reveals practically nothing to others.  That can get dull in film.  Le Carre is not great with his women characters and the film I thought provided a critique of that – we never see Lady Ann’s face.  She could be anyone.

It seemed every respected British male actor working was in the film, except maybe Alan Rickman and Jim Broadbent.  So the eye candy was excellent.

Some spoilers – if you don’t know who the mole is, you might not want to read.

Spoilers for Tinker Tailor beneath the cut, poor loves )

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Saturday, February 4th, 2012 11:00 am
The [livejournal.com profile] halfamoon 14 days of celebrating women in fandom went live and so I recc'd a bunch of Narnia things from the [livejournal.com profile] narniaexchange  and a few others, including a couple of [livejournal.com profile] festivids.  The reveals went up in festivids and [livejournal.com profile] be_themoon did a gorgeous Dune/Children of Dune one so be sure to go see it and tell her how awesome it is.
If there are other things you want to rec, be sure to do so.  I'm really hoping we get a multifandom vid for halfamoon from some of the great vidders who have contributed in the past.

Narnia Fic Recs )

A few other random things:
[livejournal.com profile] wingedflight21 did a really dark AU Narnia story that is terrific. To The Victor Belongs The Spoils

[livejournal.com profile] snacky wrote Little Women for Yuletide in Beth finds the palace beautiful

And last some Fem vids I really enjoyed from Festivids
Practically Perfect because Nyssa is
Awake My Soul, a tribute to Lis Sladen/Sarah Jane Smith (SOB)
Waterloo from Down with Love because now I ship Vicky and Barbara

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Sunday, January 22nd, 2012 05:53 pm
BBC reported this awesome finding regarding great bowerbirds and that males use the concept of forced perspective (think of those scenes with Gandalf and hobbits in LOTR) to make themselves appear larger to prospective mates.  The birds studied here are different from the satin bowerbirds in TSG Part 1 who use bits of blue to decorate their bowers for wooing.

Also, festivids has gone live and omg what a delightful time suck, including an awesome video of Maru the cat (yes, Maru has his own fandom now).  Though if the octopus that stole the camera can have his own Yuletide fic, why not, right?

Work on Big Bang proceeds ever so slowly though I finally broke 20,000.  I'm swimming in background material and leave a trail of World War 2 texts in my wake.   I've been in a funk and have considered and rejected overly dramatic expressions. 

Two things, so help me F-list, you are my only hope.  First, I need original poetry, such as what, theoretically, Wing Commander Tebbitt might write to Susan.  I've commissioned the Susan/Tebbitt shippers LARM and Metonomia, but if you are interested in contributing, I could use it. 

As inspiration, this poem was written by SOE codemaster Leo Marks for spy Violette Szabo who was killed at the Ravensbrück concentration camp:

The life that I have is all that I have
And the life that I have is yours.
The love that I have of the life that I have
Is yours and yours and yours.

A sleep I shall have
A rest I shall have,
Yet death will be but a pause,
For the peace of my years in the long green grass
Will be yours and yours and yours.

Second, what do you when writing a point of view character and how he or she refers to himself or herself?  I've stumbled over this before with certain characters.  I don't have a problem with any of the canon characters and most of my OCs.  However, with both Tebbitt and with Col. Walker Smythe, I have difficulty with them thinking of themselves by their first names.  For example, from Walker-Smythe's pov:

 He summoned Major al-Masri from Bletchley Park and the man arrived so promptly, George concluded the impatience to meet was mutual.  He’d sent Tebbitt off to Thame Park for a refresher in wireless training and that would keep him occupied for a week – two if the latest agents there for training were attractive, which they invariably were.  He did have to wonder if striking looks and trim figure where on the intake sheets Selwyn Jepson used when interviewing female candidates for insertion into France.

Instead of "he," could/should it be George?  Or Walker-Smythe?  Same thing with Tebbitt:

Tebbitt knew the origins of Jean-Louise.  The Shoemaker, the master forger at the British Embassy in Washington, had gifted her with two beautiful sets of shoes – fake identities.  She had lived one of them, assuming the identity of Mrs. Susan Caspian, for the last year.  The other she would trot out and take for a spin occasionally and so he’d come to know Mrs. Jane Louise Ellis pretty well.  Mrs. Ellis was from Leeds, younger than Mrs. Caspian, and her dress – usually red –cut low.  She was a flirt and looked smashing on a man’s arm.    Jane Louise Ellis had become Jean-Louise Lambert.

Where the surname Lambert had come from, he didn’t know, but as Colonel Walker-Smythe was fond of saying, the Queen of Pentacles that was Mrs. Susan Caspian knew how to keep her own counsel.

If not "he," should it be "Tebbitt"  or "Reg?"  This has really stumped me.

Last there has been an update in the vanity project, Girl Falls Into rth-verse Narnia story that greaves is undertaking and she had Jalur make a wonderful, wry appearance here.

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Thursday, September 1st, 2011 01:24 pm
Susan!  Edmund!  Cranky!Drunk!Edmund!  Cold War Spies!  go and read [livejournal.com profile] snacky here now! 

If you've been following, you know courtesy of me, [livejournal.com profile] linneasr, [livejournal.com profile] snacky, [livejournal.com profile] autumnia and [livejournal.com profile] snacky that

I ship Peter and a camel,
That Asim and Eustace discussed the secret while in Morocco with Mary and the camels who lust after Peter
That there were plans to go to Florida to look for alligators and New Mexico for cannibal dinosaurs
That Eustace, Mary, Peter, and Asim do go to Florida and lose and and find a camera and abuse the word magnificent here and here and here
And that Peter gets drunk on moonshine, Mary offers a cure and reveals that she knows about Dwarf Lightning and centaurs, and then tequila and peyote are consumed
I have it on good authority that [livejournal.com profile] lady_songsmith is in the midst of attempting to satisfy Peter/Mary shippers (as opposed to the Peter/Dalia shippers) as reported in this tweet: Right, ok, I have a full glass of Riesling and another bottle in the fridge. I also have a headache, but hey, let's get Peter laid.

A  burning question of [livejournal.com profile] snacky 's Florida contribution to the hydra comment fic of TSG AU 1952 where no one dies except some mosquitos, is what were Susan and Edmund doing in Moscow on the rat and crow business?  Well, [livejournal.com profile] anastigmatfic


See below for the return of Tebbitt
Go see what metonomia did involving Lucy
And now we know that Jill is a revolutionary and a doctor
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Saturday, August 20th, 2011 12:19 am
My first non-Narnia fic in a long time just went up at my LJ and at the femgen ficathon 2011.

Because with the Doctor blathering on about homo-reptilia, I could not leave it alone.  There had to be dinosaurs and references to the Oxford Museum of Natural History.    It can be read on my LJ and at femgen.  I really wanted to work in the dinosaur statues in the Crystal Palace by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins because they would really piss off Jenny and Madame Vastra, but that was going just a bit too far.    I have another femgen to do that will be Narnia and that will be up in September.  Eeek.  and the NFE written for me went up today and it is wonderful alternate history and just marvelous.  Go tell my mystery writer how awesome she is.  Written in the dust It's TERRIFIC!
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Sunday, August 7th, 2011 07:12 pm
So, I've been remiss.  If you missed it, [livejournal.com profile] cofax7  has just posted the wonderful Carpetbaggers, here and  here

And, posting in the Narnia Fic Exchange has begun with the awesome Heaven and Earth!!!

Go!  Read!  Review!!!
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Monday, March 28th, 2011 10:45 pm
NFFR just posted 5 stories for their 2010-2011 fic contest.  They are all awesome and well worth a look.  Do go check them out!  Really, when you see what is here, it is so much a cut above the usual.  There's voting in a contest for your favorite as well.  Thanks to the awesome authors who wrote!

And another thing, if I'm receiving ff.net notifications, they are coming at least 24 hours late.  It is completely screwed up, so I really do not know who has seen it or who has seen my replies or really any communication that is ff.net related.  It is really bad and has been going on for 10 days now.  So, my apologies and I will find things if they are in reviews, though I have go looking for them, and may spot PM,s though those are getting lost too. 
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Monday, September 20th, 2010 08:19 pm
Really, it would be easier if just put the Narnia Fic Exchange Community on alert.  It's Day 2, it's Frank and Helen it just makes your teeth ache, it is so adorable. 

I have 2, count em 2, stories in the exchange and I don't know when we'll see them posted.  One story will be posted a day, and their are 40 stories.  So settle in.  I had the privilege of beta-ing a few, and the quality is just so very, very good.

Also, I was on AsCast recently and did another 15 Minute Fic Round Up, with a whole slew of recs, which may be found here.