I am adaptable to changing circumstances, and can usually figure out how to deal with them.
I try to be kind, and recognize that becoming a good person is a journey not a destination.
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So. Hello. Thanks for doing this. I’m always delighted when people take time to consider anything I want when writing fics, so I’m sure whatever you write I’m going to love. But if you need something more concrete to work with (as I do), please feel free to look below.
You probably don’t know me. Here are places you can find me:
I hang out mostly on Tumblr and Twitter. I have an AO3 here, and this is some fic that I have read and liked.
Things I love in fic, in no particular order
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Do not want
Rogue One( Read more... )
Star Wars Original Trilogy( Read more... )
The Magnificent Seven( Read more... )
Thereâ€™s a lot of stuff this year. Iâ€™ve been holding on to a lot of things I just need to let go.
And weâ€™re on each otherâ€™s teams (Steve/Thor)
Sam Wilson ficlets
Bucky/Tâ€™Challa, marraige of convenience
Bucky/Tâ€™Challa, a soft landing
Dragon Age: Inquisition
As the night lay down on top of us (f!Hawke/Varric, before Weisshaupt)
Emily choosing to accept the Mark
The Force Awakens
the flames, the sword (the dark!Rey AU of misery)
The Rey/Phasma thing that never got to the Rey/Phasma
the one where Poe and Rey attempt to deal with the aftermath of being tortured
The one where Finn and Rey sleep with everybody but Poe
The one where Poe deals with loss as a commander
The Percy/Vex femdom exhibitionist one I couldnâ€™t figure out what to do with
I had a very Star Trek filled Saturday. The husband and I went to go see Star Trek Beyond, and it was ridiculous in the best way (lol classical music, always and forever). One of my friends has posited that Fast and Furious movies make a lot more sense if you interpret them through the lens of a werewolf pack. I don’t think Jim Kirk would make a very good werewolf (please send recs if you would like to prove me wrong), but he protects his friends like one. And everybody was fucking amazing and got their moment, but Uhura <33333 Sulu (and his husband and daughter!) <3333333
And then I went and saw Star Trek in the park, basically. It is not something I would have gone to on my own, but one of my husband’s friends was McCoy in the production. (And I found out that my coworker’s husband is the director. Seattle is a very, very small town in many ways.) Also, Mark Okrand (inventor of Klingon and Vulcan) was there as the pre-show entertainment, and I learned that Klingons have forty synonyms for both war and foreheads.
They performed an adaptation of “Space Seed”, which is the one where they find Khan. I think the only episode of TOS I have ever seen is a little bit of the one where Kirk fights the Gorn (and the bits of “The Trouble With Tribbles” in the DS9 episode), so it was really amusing to see where people in the 60s thought where we’d be in the 90s. (There was a lot of flannel among Khan’s contemporaries.) The actress who played Khan was leaps and bounds ahead of Bendysnort Cramperpickle, who never had the charisma or depth of vision Montalban or this actress had.
I have been TOS-adjacent for years, so it was delightful to get an introduction to it from an amateur adaptation. Maybe I’ll give the rest of the series a shot.