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This is where you can quickly find the fanfiction that I have posted here, by fandom, and then alphabetically according to title. This index is a work in progress!

Agents of SHIELD )

Alias )

Arthurian legend )

The Autobiography of Jane Eyre )

Batverse )

Buffy the Vampire Slayer )

Crossovers )

Dark Angel )

Dawson's Creek )

Downton Abbey )

ER )

Firefly-Serenity )

Georgette Heyer )

Harry Potter )

Into the Woods (2014) )

Jane Austen )

Lawless )

The Lizzie Bennet Diaries )

The Lone Pine mysteries )

Lord of the Rings )

Marvel Cinematic Universe )

Men in Black 3 )

The Mentalist )

Mr Magorium's Wonder Emporium )

The Musketeers )

Nashville )

NCIS: Los Angeles )


The OC )

Ondine )

Push )

Revenge )

RPF )

The Scapegoat )

Scorpion )

Sky High )

Smallville )

Spy (2015) )

Step Up 2 )

Swallows and Amazons )

Top of the Lake )

Veronica Mars )

Wire in the Blood )

X-Men Movieverse )

Also, Fairy Tale fic can be found here and original fic can be found here.
shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
Over the past few days, I've posted Dream Outfits NCIS: Los Angeles. PG. Nell Jones/Eric Beale. (358 words.) Summary: Dreams mean nothing. Set during early season 4.

This was originally meant to be the first part of a ‘five times Nell dreams about Eric’ fic, but I never got much further than this and the not great first line of the next section. When I started writing another Eric/Nell fic (ahem), I was reminded of this, typed it up, et voila. I envy Nell’s ability to find the Pi pyjamas I was envisaging.

I also posted Energy Conservation Push.
PG. Cassie/Nick. (727 words.) Summary: While worrying about her future, again, Cassie receives a piece of advice.

I wrote the first draft after seeing the prompt – as I said in the author's notes, of course I thought Push when I saw it !? I’m not one who wants babyfic for Cassie and Nick, for what I think are obvious reasons, although I do refer to Cassie’s mother issues. Anyway, the encounter got fleshed out a little in the redrafting. This is the first Push fic I've written in six years.

I rewatched Crazy, Stupid Love over the weekend. Five-ish things.

Read more... )
shallowness: Movieverse Rogue leaning against a blank wall. (Rogue X-Men Films)
Energy Conservation. Push. PG.
Cassie Holmes, Nick Gant, Pinky Stein, OFC (Cassie/Nick)
Summary: While worrying about her future, again, Cassie receives a piece of advice.
727 words. Written for the prompt ‘Any, Any, "It takes seven fewer muscles to smile than it does to frown. Save your energy, you're going to need it in your child bearing years." (due South)’ at [livejournal.com profile] comment_fic, because of course my mind went to Push when I read it. Of course it did.

Energy Conservation: shallowness )
shallowness: Kensi and Deeks at a door, he's holding a badge (Kensi and Deeks partners NCIS LA)
NCIS: LA 4.9 The Gold Standard

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I've also posted a couple of ficlets: ce matin, ce soir, hier soir The Musketeers (BBC), Teen, Aramis/Anne. Written for the prompt ‘The Musketeers (BBC), Aramis + any woman, Consent’; and An unexpected fit Fairy Tales (Cinderella), Universal. King, Queen, Cinderella, Prince. Cinderella/Prince. Written for the prompt ‘Fairy Tales, Cinderella/Prince, King & Queen POV - "This is the girl who fits the slipper!"’

I forgot to mention that both were prompts from [livejournal.com profile] comment_fic. They were both drafted in the week when the prompts appeared and subsequently edited. Form is important in both, the non-linear structure of the The Musketeers fic and the alternating POV in the Cinderella ficlet. The latter is set in a conglomeration of various versions of the fairy tale as opposed to one. I am thinking about posting the WIP meme, but I don't want to jinx the writing that is currently going on.
shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
An unexpected fit. Fairy Tales (Cinderella), Universal. King, Queen, Cinderella, Prince. Cinderella/Prince.
Summary: This is the girl who fits the slipper
350 words. Written for the prompt ‘Fairy Tales, Cinderella/Prince, King & Queen POV - "This is the girl who fits the slipper!"’

An unexpected fit: shallowness )
shallowness: bright flowers in vase against green background (flowers that remind me of Layla)
ce matin, ce soir, hier soir. The Musketeers (BBC), Teen, Aramis/Anne.
Summary: Three times Aramis asks for Anne’s consent.
233 words. Three sentence fic. Written for the prompt ‘The Musketeers (BBC), Aramis + any woman, Consent’. Title = this morning, tonight, last night.

ce matin, ce soir, hier soir: shallowness )
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The OPI Summer Challenge via [personal profile] musesfool.

The puns made me do it! Using OPI nail colours as prompts, this seems a low-key fanworks challenge (at least 500 words for fic, so if there's something that inspires me, I could manage that) for the summer. You can prompt without filling and fill without prompting. I have prompted stuff I'd love to read, so...
shallowness: Sky High's Warren Peace smiling (Warren Peace smiles!)
I posted a ficlet yesterday: I Like The Way You Move, MCU, Thor/Jane you suck at dancing but you’re doing it in the middle of a bookstore to the crappy music on the radio and I think it’s pretty damn cute au.

I started drafting a fill (the prompt is the summary) last autumn when I saw it, and it sat there for months. I really went at it this month and came up with a title and a way of ending it. This was done entirely on the laptop. I’m not happy about the probable lack of Thor/Jane in Thor: Ragnarok, hence the fluff - inasmuch as I need an excuse to write fluff. Some feelings about bookshops may have crept in also.

Marvel thing no. 2 is Spider-Man Homecoming. Look, I wasn’t excited about this film; I was planning on going and seeing it, yes, but not in any desperate hurry to do so, because I was around for the two previous cinematic iterations, and while I intellectually get why Marvel were so excited to get their biggest superhero into the MCU (which the title encompasses. although it’s not an aggressively meta film by a comic book superhero movie in 2017 standards), I am getting older and more grumpily distant from Peter Parker and the preteen boys who probably love Spidey the most.

But, this weekend, the other option was Dunkirk, which I do want to see, but it’s an intense war movie. So I chose the lighter fare, aware that this has had decent reviews. And as it also has MCU developments and I wanted to give it a thumbs up, here’s my review.

Read more... )

As for the end credits scene – mild spoilers ) Otherwise, major spoilers )
shallowness: HP films' Minerva reads the Daily Prophet (Minerva reads)
At the start of the week, it was twenty years since ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ was first published. After an initial ‘eek’ at that, even though I was fine with realising OK Computer is twenty years old also, it’s been interesting to read about how people have grown up with the series, and with it being such a phenomenon it doesn’t feel overblown to say that or to think about it’s influence in shaping social attitudes. There was the issue of the series getting a generation to read. There are people who read the series for whom it wasn’t a gateway drug to other books, for example, although I hope it got more people into reading more widely than would otherwise have happened, and it’s certainly a factor in the explosion of geek culture and the rise of the fantastic.

As for me, Read more... )
shallowness: Sky High's Warren Peace smiling (Warren Peace smiles!)
On Tuesday I posted my first new fic of the year and the first one for six months: Extreme Action, a Sky High, Layla/Warren futurefic. It was first drafted in July 2015, which wasn’t a wonderful time for me. Having a title that would suit an early 90s action flick better than a fluffy tropefic appealed to me, apparently. Anyway, a couple of months ago, as I was doing looking through some drafts, I found that this one didn’t need much work – usually I have stalled before coming up with an ending. In the editing process, it passed the thousand word mark, et voila.

For completeness on Livejournal: this spring, I’ve also reposted the following fics at Dreamwidth and A03. Read more... )
shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
Title: Extreme Action
Fandom: Sky High
Rating: G
Characters/Pairing: Layla/Warren
Summary: Fake-out make-out. (Layla’s idea.)

Disclaimer: Not mine, don’t profit.
Author's Note: 1,065 words. First drafted in July 2015, polished it up this spring.

Extreme Action: shallowness )
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Title: Unknown
Fandom: Dark Angel
Rating: PG
Characters: Max, Logan, Joshua
Genre: General. Angst. Drama
Type: Double drabble.
First posted: March 2006

Summary: “What is that?” Matt Sung asked.
Notes: Thanks to FridayAngel, once again! Missing scene from ‘Radar Love.’

Unknown: shallowness )
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Title: Adoption
Fandom: Dark Angel
Rating: G
Characters: Alec, Max, the ‘Bag ‘Em’ unit.
Category: Missing scene.
Word Count: 642
First posted: March 2006
Summary: For that night, he pretended he was one of their unit.


Notes: Missing scene set between the destruction of the signal and giving the unit the forged papers in ‘Bag ‘Em’. Indirect spoilers for ‘The Berrisford Agenda’. With thanks to FridayAngel for the beta. All idiocies mine. [Subject to some editing in April 2017.]

Disclaimer: I do not own nor make any profit from these characters.

Adoption: shallowness )
shallowness: Black and white close up of Natasha's tilted face (Natasha Avengers intensity)
Lost in You, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, PG
Melinda May/Phil Coulson
Written for the prompt Phil Coulson/Melinda May, lost in you at the threesentenceficathon 111 words. (I wrote something!)

Lost in You: shallowness )
shallowness: Five panels featuring pictures of different female characters based on my interests at the time. (Poldark Ross/Demelza ep 4 smiling)
Yesterday, I posted:

Finding Harry Potter. Teen. Hannah/Neville (and various other pairings.) Summary: Hannah has to find Neville.

It was inspired by a [livejournal.com profile] comment_fic prompt that has subsequently been deleted. I don’t know what the etiquette for that is, quite. Read more... )

Isn’t it great about Tatyana Maslany winning an Emmy? I couldn’t keep up with the Orphan Black and didn’t love it enough to buy the DVD, but her performances as the clones were thoroughly impressive.

Poldark 2.3

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shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
Finding, Harry Potter, Teen.
Hannah/Neville (and various other pairings.)
Summary: Hannah has to find Neville.
Written for the deleted prompt ‘love potion number 9’ at [livejournal.com profile] comment_fic. 410 words.

Finding: shallowness )
shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
I meant to be writing about Poldark this morning, but life interfered last night so I'll have to catch up on it along with Victoria tonight or tomorrow night.

On Saturday night, I posted The Sketch Harry Potter, Mature. Rolf Scamander/Luna Lovegood
Summary: Rolf is looking through the sketches his colleague Luna has been drawing and finds something very unprofessional. 917 words.


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shallowness: bright flowers in vase against green background (flowers that remind me of Layla)
Title: The Sketch
Fandom: Harry Potter
Rating: Mature
Characters/Pairing: Rolf Scamander/Luna Lovegood
Summary: Rolf is looking through the sketches his colleague Luna has been drawing and finds something very unprofessional.

Disclaimer: Not mine, don’t profit.
Author's Note: 917 words. Written for the comment-fic prompt. ‘Any, any, nude.’

The Sketch: shallowness )
shallowness: Margaret Hale of North and South adaptation sitting at desk writing (Margaret North and South writing)
Apparently some people find round-up posts like this obnoxious. May I suggest scrolling or not clicking? For my part, yes, it's self-promotion, just in case, but it's also a chance to write a little about the writing process or what the fics mean to me. Anyway, if you're interested, over the past week and a half I've reposted the following:

No friend to those with noses (Dark Angel) G. Joshua, Alec. 488 words.
First posted: Late December 2005. Summary: A smelly cat is no friend to those with noses; Joshua has a snout.

A clear view (Dark Angel) PG. Alec, Max, Mole, Dalton (Max/Alec implied). 880 words.
First posted: January 2006. Summary: Alec rescues Dalton, Max is furious at how he did it and Terminal City gets entertained for free.

Days, weeks, months and years (ER) PG. Haleh, Neela and Ray. First posted: February 2006. Two post ‘Dream House’ 12.06 drabbles.

Yesterday, I crossposted: Epicinium (Smallville) Teen. Lois, Chloe, Clark, Gabe, Lana. 2,682 words. Coda for 4.8 ‘Spell’.
Summary: The aftermath of the eighteenth birthday party that Lois and Chloe don’t remember.

Notes )

I don't know if I'll be able to continue reposting fic as regularly, although given that I'm only up to the start of 2006 and only started Dreamwidth in 2009, I don't want to stop again.

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