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So, there will be the odd reference to work from time to time like the previous post, and this is new since the last time I did one of these. I work at a church. I am more culturally Protestant with a big heap of agnostic than I am much of a believer, and I'm not much of one for getting up in people's business about it one way or the other, but I'm more than willing to discuss it if other people want to.
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So, hi!

Constructive criticism of either my prose or my ideas, fiction and nonfiction, are always welcome. Anonymous comments are screened, should you desire an option which hides either your identity or your content. Just leave me some way to get back to you if you want a response.

I used to have a fic index, but I seem to have misplaced it in the move, and I haven't had much use for it anyway, recently. My fic can be found under the "my fic" tag. I think you'll find that most of my tags are self-explanatory like that. If you want a handy list with summaries and sorted things, the best I can do right now is to refer you to the Archive of our Own where all the things which are my own are in fact archived.

Other useful things can be found under the "#about me" tag.

If you're just wandering (or googleing) by and want to get on the Dreamwidth train, I almost always have invite codes available, free for the asking.
healingmirth: Zeljko Ivanek in Live Free or Die Hard (serious)
...that I will probably never discuss here again.

I keep my fannish stuff and my real life stuff pretty firmly separated. But I thought (as you do) that maybe some context would be appropriate. So, some things that will never feature in my dreamwidth bio, because I am never going to talk about them, but which are important to me, or possibly important to know about me.

'Help! I'm in a nutshell!' - a very long, rambly nutshell. )

Also, I did get around to setting up [community profile] write_good, and have posted some of my more spectacularly mediocre fic for critique, though no one's taken the bait yet.
healingmirth: Brude Willis, looking in a doorway with a chain across at;  "hi" (hi)
I'm about to go and subscribe to a bunch of people whose interests are similar to mine based on the list generated by http://www.dreamwidth.org/interests.bml - and will probably do so a few more times before and maybe after launch.

So, people who stopped by wondering who their new subscriber is, I probably haven't read any of the back posts in your journal. I'm just taking advantage of the lull on my reading list to poke around. (I assume I will eventually weed people out, as well. It's not you, it's me.)