Yuletide

Oct. 13th, 2013 09:48 am
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Why, hello there.

Yuletide. I love Yuletide.

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So this year, for Yuletide, I wrote a Dexter story. I can't believe it's the first time I've actually posted a Dexter story, because I've been dancing around it for ages, but there you are:

The Way (3114 words) by faviconBasingstoke
Fandom: Dexter (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Frank Lundy/Debra Morgan, Rita Bennet/Dexter Morgan
Summary:

The way Frank Lundy finds a killer.



It was rather well received. :D I am stoked beyond the telling.

Then, because Cabin Pressure is my happy place, I wrote a Madness story:
Sir, Yes, Sir. (624 words) by faviconBasingstoke
Fandom: Cabin Pressure
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Characters: Douglas Richardson, Martin Crieff, Carolyn Knapp-Shappey
Summary:

Van trouble, deference, and a biscuit. In that order.



Did I mention that I got True Blood/Father Ted? Because I got True Blood/Father Ted, and it still makes me fkdj;fljas;flkja;la.
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I wrote two stories for Yuletide. Betcha can't guess what they are.

Hint: One is Yuletide proper and one is Yuletide Madness.
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I wrote An Easy Marriage With a Difficult Man, a Donald Strachey story. I'm rather pleased by the response; it was a hard one to write. :)

Just one this year. I tried for some pinch hits, but competition was FIERCE.
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I wrote a Kiss Kiss Bang Bang story for Yuletide. If you don't know Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, you should. This goes for everyone reading this journal, including all y'all that know me in real life and aren't into the fannishness and whatnot. It's just a great movie and I enjoy the hell out of it.

The story was The Case of the Gay Shirt. Yes, there's another KKBB story called The Case of the Very Gay Detectives. I think it's like how an entire generation of parents decides they need to name their boy Jacob, and you end up with six of them in every suburban kindergarten class when two years ago it was just the Amish and the Jews.

Also? I got a Batman Beyond story, the sun is rare, and the moon is green, which I figured meant that it was someone I knew that wrote it. I was all tryign to figure out who. But? NO! I managed to pimp an entirely new person into the fandom!

*butt dance of triumph*

Then there are my wips )
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WOOOO. I had raspberry beer and champagne and kissed a dog at midnight! No, an actual dog. It was a very sweet pup. :D

Anyway, I wrote two stories for yuletide:
Salt, the Lost Boys, for Cosmorific;
and Horseradish, Douglas Adams: The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul, for leah k.

I enjoyed writing both. :D I'm gratified they've been received well!

yuletide

Jan. 1st, 2005 04:40 pm
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aaaaaaand the reveal is live. :)

I wrote Nothing Will Come of Nothing, Sandman, and Raised Up, Green Arrow/Outsiders.

Both were a blast. I am very pleased. I'll update the page soonlike.

yuletide.

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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