melayneseahawk: (headdesk)
Dude, I have been incredibly remiss in linking completed fic over the last few months. Have a fic dump:

for [livejournal.com profile] jd_ficathon:
(Don't) Look at the Princess | PG | 1285 words | complete
Stargate SG-1; Jack/Daniel; It began with an alien princess.

for Halloween:
After the Party | NC-17 | 1325 words | complete
Star Trek Reboot; Kirk/Spock; Academy AU; Kirk meets Spock at a Halloween party.

for [livejournal.com profile] help_chile (pinch hit):
A Little TLC | NC-17 | 4565 words | complete
Star Trek Reboot; Kirk/Spock; This is Jim's least favorite part of being captain.

for [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts Book #24: Flight:
Medical Marvel | PG // X | 1018 words | complete
original; a story about transformation

for [livejournal.com profile] ksadvent:
The Gift | G | 1062 words | complete
Star Trek Reboot; Kirk/Spock; Kirk actually makes a special gift for Spock. Because it's personal, according to Vulcan tradition, he sees it as a declaration...and accepts.

Feedback is better than chocolate.

fic!

Sunday, 31 January 2010 16:31
melayneseahawk: (misbehave)
So, the 1500 words of original fiction post-zombie apocalypse fic went live today, part of [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts #19: Apocalypse/Dystopia. You can read it here:

Love in a Time of Zombies | PG // 1 | 1618 words | complete
melayneseahawk: (plot tribbles)
Collection of things I've been puttering around with and have finally posted.

First, the last five "She" drabbles:

She's a Lady | G | 100 words | complete
Harry Potter, Lily(/James)
I'm Just a Girl | PG | 100 words | complete
Stargate SG-1, Sam(/Jack implied)
This One's Mine | G | 100 words | complete
Eureka, Allison(/Carter implied, /Stark UST)
The Lady in Red | PG | 100 words | complete
Harry Potter, Hermione(/Ron) and Ginny(/Harry)
Hard to Concentrate | G | 100 words | complete
Babylon 5, Delenn(/Sheridan)

Also, the last [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts issue went live, with one of my stories in it, accompanied by some lovely art.

Shoshana Finklestein and the Hanukkah Miracle | G | 2091 words | complete

Had an otherwise productive day, too, so that's nice also.
melayneseahawk: (play)
First fic, something that's been sitting completed on my hard drive for almost two years. It takes some major explaining, which is in the post with the fic itself.

Please be aware, this fic contains BDSM, non-con, and graphic content. Don't say I didn't warn you.

( Excrucior | NC-17 | 400 words | standalone )

Bunny Euthanasia Project

Happy April

Tuesday, 1 April 2008 12:48
melayneseahawk: (seasonal)
Woo, my birthday is soon.

Not doing a prank this year, because it's so not my style, and it's not like I can top last year's, anyway.

The most recent issue of [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts came out. My story was Danse Macabre - Making It Official. Another Danse Macabre prequel, sadly sans illustration, but still good, I hope. The rest of the issue, if you're interested, is here.

As it is April, I'll be posting daily poems again this year (and hopefully make it through the whole month). Here's today's:

Originality, Piet Hein
Original thought
is a straightforward process.
It's easy enough
when you know what to do.
You simply combine
in appropriate doses
the blatantly false
and the patently true.

Oh, and have a meme:

Comment to this entry with any fandom. If I'm knowledgeable enough in the fandom to have ships, I'll tell you one non-canon ship I like, one canon ship I like, and one ship I really don't like (either canon OR fanon). Then post this in your own journal to offer up the same responses.

Happy April

Tuesday, 1 April 2008 12:48
melayneseahawk: (seasonal)
Woo, my birthday is soon.

Not doing a prank this year, because it's so not my style, and it's not like I can top last year's, anyway.

The most recent issue of [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts came out. My story was Danse Macabre - Making It Official. Another Danse Macabre prequel, sadly sans illustration, but still good, I hope. The rest of the issue, if you're interested, is here.

As it is April, I'll be posting daily poems again this year (and hopefully make it through the whole month). Here's today's:

Originality, Piet Hein
Original thought
is a straightforward process.
It's easy enough
when you know what to do.
You simply combine
in appropriate doses
the blatantly false
and the patently true.

Oh, and have a meme:

Comment to this entry with any fandom. If I'm knowledgeable enough in the fandom to have ships, I'll tell you one non-canon ship I like, one canon ship I like, and one ship I really don't like (either canon OR fanon). Then post this in your own journal to offer up the same responses.

Lookit!

Monday, 1 October 2007 14:19
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
[livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts #5 went live on the 30th, with my story, Danse Macabre - Ghost Story inside. Set in the Danse Macabre 'verse, Jul and Rin are at it again, this time with ghosts and crazy old neighbors and illustrations by the absolutely amazing Celleri-kun. I'd give it a PG-13 on the MPAA scale for innuendo and adult themes and 6 on the Kinsey Scale for completely queer (implied but not really graphic f/f and m/m relationships). For those of you fannish types, I'm sorry it's not fanfic, but I promise it's still good! :P

Though if you are looking for fic, I posted two drabbles to the [livejournal.com profile] jd_commentfic Kissathon: Pissy and Negotiations. It's likely I'll write more, so keep an eye out. Also, there's some great stuff in the thread, so you should read them all.

Um, happy October, everyone. *scurries off*

Lookit!

Monday, 1 October 2007 14:19
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
[livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts #5 went live on the 30th, with my story, Danse Macabre - Ghost Story inside. Set in the Danse Macabre 'verse, Jul and Rin are at it again, this time with ghosts and crazy old neighbors and illustrations by the absolutely amazing Celleri-kun. I'd give it a PG-13 on the MPAA scale for innuendo and adult themes and 6 on the Kinsey Scale for completely queer (implied but not really graphic f/f and m/m relationships). For those of you fannish types, I'm sorry it's not fanfic, but I promise it's still good! :P

Though if you are looking for fic, I posted two drabbles to the [livejournal.com profile] jd_commentfic Kissathon: Pissy and Negotiations. It's likely I'll write more, so keep an eye out. Also, there's some great stuff in the thread, so you should read them all.

Um, happy October, everyone. *scurries off*

randomness

Saturday, 15 September 2007 20:48
melayneseahawk: (sic)
First of all, a big smooshy thanks to [livejournal.com profile] celleri_kun for starting the process of illustrating Danse Macabre - Ghost Story for me for [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts. I'm so excited!

Second, I've reached a new level of name stupidity. Last night, the delivery guy who brought my Insomnia cookies thought I was "Mexican" because "Iliana [sic] is a Mexican name, right?" Um, no. Just...no.

Also, I've finished all the tv shows on my hard drive. Other than Babylon 5 (yes, [livejournal.com profile] allandaros, I know, and I'm working on it), what do people suggest?

And, despite the fact that I didn't go to services this year, I'll do my annual Jew thing: I'm going to have a moment of religious thought: to all who read this, please forgive me for any cruel/thoughtless/rude I have done to you during the past year. According to Jewish law, the ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are to be spent in reflection over the past year, including tying up any loose ends and making amends for mistakes made. We're supposed to ask people for forgiveness for anything we might have done to them and if they refuse three times, we are forgiven by God because we've made an effort. I don't really believe that God is sitting up there keeping track, but I'd like to know that I've been forgiven for stupid things I've done, rather than letting them fester. I'd like to know if you have forgiven me, but it's not a huge deal, as long as you have.

And now to update my planner so I can see just how much homework I have. *facepalm*

But I'll do a meme first... )
Yes, sure, why not.

randomness

Saturday, 15 September 2007 20:48
melayneseahawk: (sic)
First of all, a big smooshy thanks to [livejournal.com profile] celleri_kun for starting the process of illustrating Danse Macabre - Ghost Story for me for [livejournal.com profile] imaginarybeasts. I'm so excited!

Second, I've reached a new level of name stupidity. Last night, the delivery guy who brought my Insomnia cookies thought I was "Mexican" because "Iliana [sic] is a Mexican name, right?" Um, no. Just...no.

Also, I've finished all the tv shows on my hard drive. Other than Babylon 5 (yes, [livejournal.com profile] allandaros, I know, and I'm working on it), what do people suggest?

And, despite the fact that I didn't go to services this year, I'll do my annual Jew thing: I'm going to have a moment of religious thought: to all who read this, please forgive me for any cruel/thoughtless/rude I have done to you during the past year. According to Jewish law, the ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are to be spent in reflection over the past year, including tying up any loose ends and making amends for mistakes made. We're supposed to ask people for forgiveness for anything we might have done to them and if they refuse three times, we are forgiven by God because we've made an effort. I don't really believe that God is sitting up there keeping track, but I'd like to know that I've been forgiven for stupid things I've done, rather than letting them fester. I'd like to know if you have forgiven me, but it's not a huge deal, as long as you have.

And now to update my planner so I can see just how much homework I have. *facepalm*

But I'll do a meme first... )
Yes, sure, why not.
melayneseahawk: (keep typing)
Sang Taps yesterday morning in honor of my not!birkies, who have bit the dust after five years of exemplary service. They've been replaced, though, by a new pair of real Birkenstocks, which I wore out to the movies with Mum today. They're much nicer than the LL Bean knock-offs; they have arch support, for God's sake.

Speaking of movies, saw The Devil Wears Prada with Mum. spoilers ) In short, awesome movie. Go see it. Anyone who's planning on a career where selling your soul to the Devil is a possibility will enjoy it.

Finally got the Key to Atlantis fic updated to the (brand spanking new) website. I'll possibly be pimping it around, but if you're interested in a link, do let me know. Note: m/m sex and (pseudo-)slavery are involved; be ye warned. In other writing news, the femmeslash fic of d00m is almost done, but I'm having trouble deciding how to end it, and I like it too much to just slap something on. [livejournal.com profile] kashmir_ki_kali and [livejournal.com profile] superboner have been a great help, as usual, and I'm hoping to finish it soon so I can go back and edit things.

Now, since I'm talking about writing, a writing meme (second of a few). )

Oh, and utterly irrelevant, but most be noted. Repeat after me: Old English = Beowulf, Middle English = Chaucer, Early Modern = Shakespeare, Modern = now. Get it? Got it. Good.
melayneseahawk: (keep typing)
Sang Taps yesterday morning in honor of my not!birkies, who have bit the dust after five years of exemplary service. They've been replaced, though, by a new pair of real Birkenstocks, which I wore out to the movies with Mum today. They're much nicer than the LL Bean knock-offs; they have arch support, for God's sake.

Speaking of movies, saw The Devil Wears Prada with Mum. spoilers ) In short, awesome movie. Go see it. Anyone who's planning on a career where selling your soul to the Devil is a possibility will enjoy it.

Finally got the Key to Atlantis fic updated to the (brand spanking new) website. I'll possibly be pimping it around, but if you're interested in a link, do let me know. Note: m/m sex and (pseudo-)slavery are involved; be ye warned. In other writing news, the femmeslash fic of d00m is almost done, but I'm having trouble deciding how to end it, and I like it too much to just slap something on. [livejournal.com profile] kashmir_ki_kali and [livejournal.com profile] superboner have been a great help, as usual, and I'm hoping to finish it soon so I can go back and edit things.

Now, since I'm talking about writing, a writing meme (second of a few). )

Oh, and utterly irrelevant, but most be noted. Repeat after me: Old English = Beowulf, Middle English = Chaucer, Early Modern = Shakespeare, Modern = now. Get it? Got it. Good.
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
Ask me what happens after the end of any of my stories. Any story, original or fandom; if you ask me about an incomplete story I will give you an incomplete and cryptic answer, but I know how almost all my WIPs end so I can tell you SOMETHING without spoiling it. If it's something that hasn't been started yet, I'll give you hints as to what it'll be about.

Come on, people, you know you're a teeny bit curious.

The Complete List, as a Reference to You and a Tally Chart for Me )
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
Ask me what happens after the end of any of my stories. Any story, original or fandom; if you ask me about an incomplete story I will give you an incomplete and cryptic answer, but I know how almost all my WIPs end so I can tell you SOMETHING without spoiling it. If it's something that hasn't been started yet, I'll give you hints as to what it'll be about.

Come on, people, you know you're a teeny bit curious.

The Complete List, as a Reference to You and a Tally Chart for Me )
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
Finally finished "Pedestal", a story I've been working on for [livejournal.com profile] kashmir_ki_kali since the beginning of the summer. It can be found here. Read! Comment! Enjoy!
melayneseahawk: (creative needs)
Finally finished "Pedestal", a story I've been working on for [livejournal.com profile] kashmir_ki_kali since the beginning of the summer. It can be found here. Read! Comment! Enjoy!

I Have a Job!

Wednesday, 7 September 2005 20:40
melayneseahawk: (don't touch)
*dances* I'm a shift worker at CSPAC, so I'll be doing things like stagehanding, selling tickets, moving pianos, etc. It's $7 an hour to start, and they'll keep me as long as I'm a student if this first semester works out. I am a happy child.

Not much else to say, really. Class was boring but that's to be expected. A guy in THET112 with me complimented me about the arguments I presented in class, and he was blushing like crazy, so that was amusing. Also got another section of "Pedestal" written; I might be able to finish it sometime soon. I hope.

I Have a Job!

Wednesday, 7 September 2005 20:40
melayneseahawk: (don't touch)
*dances* I'm a shift worker at CSPAC, so I'll be doing things like stagehanding, selling tickets, moving pianos, etc. It's $7 an hour to start, and they'll keep me as long as I'm a student if this first semester works out. I am a happy child.

Not much else to say, really. Class was boring but that's to be expected. A guy in THET112 with me complimented me about the arguments I presented in class, and he was blushing like crazy, so that was amusing. Also got another section of "Pedestal" written; I might be able to finish it sometime soon. I hope.
melayneseahawk: (coffee)
You know the day's going to be a good one when you start the day talking a Marines recruiter in circles. The poor woman didn't know what hit her when I started going on about my personal politics. *does a dance* And this was half-asleep, too, because her call had woken me up.

In other news, I have managed to get the rest of my family hooked on Stargate, so there is minimal complaint when, at 6p each day, I go "TV, mine!" and turn on Stargate reruns. The new season starts on Friday. Whee!

The middle panel (of three) of the sampler is done, except for some detail work I'm saving for last. The Liberty Bell is my favorite part so far, but there are grapes in the top section. Now I'm working on some building (the Rotunda at the UVA Library, now that I look it up), and it's a bitch because it's a white dome on cream-colored fabric, so it's damnably hard to see.

The existing bits of "Pedestal" are about half typed up. I should be able to finish that story in the next few days, I hope.

Sam, if you see this, I need to talk to you before tomorrow.

Thinking of London )
melayneseahawk: (coffee)
You know the day's going to be a good one when you start the day talking a Marines recruiter in circles. The poor woman didn't know what hit her when I started going on about my personal politics. *does a dance* And this was half-asleep, too, because her call had woken me up.

In other news, I have managed to get the rest of my family hooked on Stargate, so there is minimal complaint when, at 6p each day, I go "TV, mine!" and turn on Stargate reruns. The new season starts on Friday. Whee!

The middle panel (of three) of the sampler is done, except for some detail work I'm saving for last. The Liberty Bell is my favorite part so far, but there are grapes in the top section. Now I'm working on some building (the Rotunda at the UVA Library, now that I look it up), and it's a bitch because it's a white dome on cream-colored fabric, so it's damnably hard to see.

The existing bits of "Pedestal" are about half typed up. I should be able to finish that story in the next few days, I hope.

Sam, if you see this, I need to talk to you before tomorrow.

Thinking of London )

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