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Apr. 28th, 2010 07:34 pm
moonsheen: (that's a little gay)
Shousetsu Bang Bang issue 24 is out! This issue's theme was Historical Romance, so if it anyone wants to go read about people from olden times doing it this is the place to go, now with additional standalone illustrations. (Goes without saying, these stories are very NSFW). Some goon by the moniker of Tsuki Akari posted a particularly purple story about angry Italians which may bear a small resemblance to certain pictures recently shared by certain way more qualified illustrator on her twitter.

It may bear an even stronger resemblance to my recent Assassin's Creed fanfiction. Or possibly my Magicians of Caprona fanfic.

Er. Boy. Wonder how that happened.

No Mona Lisas were harmed during the making of this porno.
moonsheen: (pensive)
retarded oristuff that is basically meant to be read by all of, like, two people. but WHO CARES I ACTUALLY FINISHED SOMETHING.

Title: By a Thread
Characters: Felix, Christabel (who is Christabel? Well, that's complicated.)
Words: 4,900 (SCORE)
Warnings: done on request for [livejournal.com profile] chirachira, as such this involves a lot of personal canon and backstory that's probably not going to make too much sense to you lovely folk just joining us.
Summary: In which a young Felix heads south, takes a boat, watches a knife fight, and has a fortune teller totally hit on him. It is an odd couple of days.


When Felix complained about the cold, Christabel suggested they go south... )

fic things!

Apr. 6th, 2008 11:16 pm
moonsheen: (kiiiiiiisss me goodbyyyyyyye)
So the Once And Future Roommate [livejournal.com profile] pocky_slash has started the terribly clever Writing Chat Thingy.

The game is very simple: a group of writers from various fandom meet in an AIM chatroom on a semi-weekly basis, [livejournal.com profile] pocky_slash issues a prompt, and from thenceforth all writers involved have 15 minutes to come up with some sort of response to the prompt. It may be fanfic or original, the point is that in fifteen minutes it's to be posted in LJ-comment form for all to see and then, hopefully, discuss or pull hair about before you go another around. Now I happened to finally get myself involved with the latest round. (Fandoms are primarily original, Stargate Atlantis, Firefly, The West Wing, Phoenix Wright, etc, etc.) Results on my part were of varying quality, mostly due to my being super rusty at this writing thing. But there are a few pieces I am happy with, and I will repost them here in all of their poorly edited, rushed glory.


prompt was 'write about a tool'. ergo proxy. re-l and iggy (oh yes i went there). pre-series. )


prompt was 'hesitation'. original. i guess i was on some kind of robot kick? )

prompt was 'what the neighbors saw'. Phoenix Wright. Miles and Apol--okay no, Miles and Phoenix. Possibly the piece I am most proud of. I do not pretend to have taste. )
moonsheen: (my sweet prince)
Aaagh. This is not the greatest. But here it is. Continuation of the Baby Dragon And Boy Antics I wrote a little while back. Very rough. In short: Baby Dragon Decides to Bring Boy Home.

Home turns out to be a little strange.

“But Grandmother is the crown princess, so she may do as she likes as well, and she is larger than me, so I must be polite. You will have to be, too.” )
moonsheen: (cause i'ma cool cat)
Orific. 1,546 words. Wren's Make Prey-verse. This probably won't make sense to anyone but me and [livejournal.com profile] chirachira, but the short of it? Boy Gets Caught In Snow Storm. Boy Finds Cave. Boy Finds Baby Dragon Sleeping In Cave. Boy Decides Baby Dragon Would Make A Very Good Warm Blanket.

The following ensues.

'I am the crown prince, you see. I am allowed to have nice things.' )
moonsheen: (Default)
Based vaguely off of this painting which I saw yesterday at the Met.

Salomé, 1870. Oil on Canvas... )

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