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Jan. 1st, 2010

healingmirth: Coca-Cola bear with Yuletide text (yuletide)
I wouldn't say I'm done reading for Yuletide, precisely. There's a bunch of stuff that I put off for now because my canon memory is hazy at best and I want to get the most out of shorter fic. And other stuff that I knew I wasn't going to get through before the reveal anyway, and I sort of want to read the cap_ironman fics today, so.
I'm pretty sure anyone who's so inclined has already read these, but just in case!
(in hindsight, I just should have linked my bookmark page at AO3. Oh well)
Yuletide - 10 Things I hate About You (movie), Cable and Deadpool, Eddie Izzard, Ever After, Fanboys, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Generation Kill, Gross Pointe Blank, Love Actually, Tin Man, and Young Guns )

I wrote The Parade (The Unusuals), and then December 14th (The Unusuals) and There are more things in heaven and earth, Harry, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. (The Irrefutable Truth About Demons) as treats.
I seem to be very much stuck in gen mode, in fiction as in life. It's not particularly emotionally satisfying, because I don't think I'm doing a great job of it, and it's much quieter writing, and it doesn't have the built-in audience that 'ship fic does. Yeah. Whatever.
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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.

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