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I've been watching a lot of Oz lately--including the series finale, which I saw for the first time--and it's two in the morning and I've had way too much caffeine today. Way too much.

Spoilers for the finale, etc, etc. Not really a whole piece--I'm not quite sure I said everything in my head--but God only knows when I'll have the energy to write again this year.

That's seven in twelve months, Beecher. )


Jan. 1st, 2004 03:58 am
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My story is "and the evening and the morning were the third day," fandom Oz, title from Genesis, King James version, written for Gemma Files.

My first Oz story. I'm rather pleased with the outcome though, of course, I wish I'd been able to work on it a little longer. You can read it on the Yuletide site or on my homepage.

All comments are, of course, welcome.

And happy freaking new year, y'all. I am happily wired from my own new year's celebrations. :)
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Keller was wrapping a fishing fly. "I feel better about myself now that I have a useful craft with which to fill my time."

"Are you running a high fever?" Beecher asked.

"Nope. He showed me the way." Keller pointed to the new guy, Fraser.


Yeah. Watching Oz tapes while trying to finish a Special Secret Due South story. Wheeeeeeeeee!
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And it's a good thing, because I'm getting the bug, and the bug makes me play whether I like it or not.

nazis with foul minds dead ahead. )


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