maidenjedi: (princess leia)
Title: Untitled 
Fandom: When Harry Met Sally
Rating: PG-13, warning for character death
Summary: Five moments in Sally and Marie’s friendship. 
Notes:  This has been knocking around in my head all day.   And I'm sorry.

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maidenjedi: (princess leia)
A friend of mine on Facebook says we should all stop anthropomorphizing years - blaming "2016" for being horrible is silly, he says, because the span of time itself isn't responsible for its awfulness. There are other factors, he says. Okay, fine, he's right. The year itself is not the problem. It is the things happening inside that time frame that are.

But still. 2016, you motherfucker.

What to say about Carrie Fisher, as a fan, that hasn't already been said? The impact of this one is kind of out of left field. I didn't ever know she meant as much to me as she did, until today. And that's not really true, because of course it was going to hurt. But like Robin Williams, whose death shook me rather horribly, whose influence and presence in my childhood and coming-of-age was so huge that when he died, it felt like my dad was dying - it turns out I felt Carrie Fisher's death today in the same way. I was helping my daughter with a new Lego set she got for Christmas, and my husband came into the room to get his laptop. He sat down and was apparently checking Facebook, and he looked up and said, "So, Carrie Fisher died."

I finished what I was doing with the padawan, and excused myself to go to the bathroom. I went upstairs, locked the bedroom door, went into the bathroom and locked that door, and then bent over the sink in wracking sobs. When I was done, I went back downstairs and asked the padawan if she wanted to watch Star Wars. She was enthusiastic in her agreement, and I put on The Empire Strikes Back.

For a good portion of the afternoon, I was thinking back on my encounters with Carrie Fisher's work over the years. Star Wars, yes, obviously. I doubt there was a little girl of my generation - the one that doesn't remember a time without Star Wars - who wasn't impacted by Princess Leia. I've known women who have never seen a single Star Wars movie, of course, but even they know Leia and they know her as more a warrior than a love interest. I didn't really read comic books (except Batman) and was too young to have known Wonder Woman well as a kid, but Leia was in my living room from a time I can't exactly pin down. The boys were fascinating (come on, Han Solo!) but Leia was....look, you all get it, I know you do. She kicked ass. She talked back. She stood in front of Darth Vader, knowing how evil he was, and lied for the Rebellion. She survived torture. She didn't wait for someone else to rescue her lover - she dressed as a bounty hunter and did it herself! She killed Jabba the Hutt!

There is no way that I had any clue, as a kid, that the reason Princess Leia was so important to me was that she was everything I really wanted to be.  Intelligent, a leader, looked up to, and with nice hair and perfect lipstick while doing it.  That sass that might have been bratty in anyone else in A New Hope, or her command of herself in the wake of her planet's destruction, her ability to command others in Empire...I mean, this was all hugely impactful.  And Leia wasn't without flaws and she wasn't without doubt.  She was totally real, and it wasn't like George Lucas had some kind of insight into women.  It was Carrie Fisher, imbuing her character with her real self.  She said as much in a recent interview, though it was more about how the years have melded her and Leia, not just culturally but personally.  

I was thirteen or so, though, when Carrie had a brand new impact on me. Around that time, I was picking up romance novels at garage sales, reading them when I thought no one was looking, etc. Occasionally I picked up different books, and one day it was a hardcover copy of Carrie's Surrender the Pink. I must have read it half a dozen times that summer. This may be a little too much information, but I can credit Carrie Fisher directly for my sexual awakening, at least a huge part of it. No run-of-the-mill Harlequin held a candle to that book. I remember it well, though the copy I had is long gone.  

The first movie I saw in a theater was Blues Brothers (yes, I was an infant and do not recall the experience, but the fact remains and it was a frequent rewatch at my house through the 80s), and the first romantic comedy my mom let me watch (officially, because she consumed plenty on sick day afternoons when I was in elementary school - I have fond memories of watching Arthur and The Goodbye Girl with my mom)  was When Harry Met Sally.  And there is no doubt that Marie, Sally's best friend, is one of the best characters in that movie and hands down the best "best friend" role in any romantic comedy, largely because of Carrie's portrayal.  It was not Princess Leia who first came to mind this afternoon, but that first scene of Carrie's in WHMS, when she's recounting the deeds of her married lover and trying to set Sally up with men from her Rolodex.  

Going through her resume, I realize there's plenty of Carrie's film work that I haven't seen, but I've read her fiction (in fact, I was planning on rereading Postcards from the Edge this coming year, because it's been probably fifteen years or more since the first time) and yeah, it had an impact.  She was a witty, clever writer, and I loved her stuff.  

Her struggles with addiction and depression were so public, and I still think of it as one of the great tragedies, the way she suffered.  You want to think, if she had grown up anywhere else, maybe it wouldn't have been like that (and you realize the truth, which is that she might still have done, and that people who aren't in the limelight maybe have it worse in the end - no one is telling their stories, and they often cannot tell their own).  The fact that she took her ordeal, her bipolar disorder and her addiction, and spoke out for mental illness awareness, makes her a kind of lioness to me.  That's huge.  

And you definitely think, on hearing about her heart attack, that so many things likely contributed, lifestyle, the stress her illness put on her.  That makes it sadder, it makes it all so much worse.  She was experiencing a high in her career, from all indications having hit a stride in her personal life, and it's over.  Her suffering, of course, is also over, so there is that.  

(And I will say now, the fact that it was her heart, and she was so damn young - 60 is YOUNG - it isn't like this didn't hit hard for other reasons.  I will be NAGGING my dad about the cardiologist appointment he is supposed to be setting up in the new year.  NAGGING)

It was difficult not to think about Debbie Reynolds, too, outliving her daughter like this, a daughter with whom she had a complicated relationship (and don't we all, really, have difficult or complicated relationships with our mothers?).  I sat there, tears running down my face and splashing into the pasta salad I made for dinner, when they talked about Debbie on the evening news, reading her Facebook post, and I thought about my mom and my daughter and I just had to stop and sit down for a bit.

I once said, when Robin Williams died, that it was as if my dad had died, so great was the impact of losing one of the chief voices of my childhood. Today I came to the conclusion that Carrie Fisher was a like a big sister or the rebellious, cool aunt you always hope is going to make it to the reunion so you can have a good time, the woman in your life who gave you your first glass of wine or first shot of whiskey, or who babysat and let you watch horror movies, or let you have a drag of her cigarette and then laughed when you gagged.  I can't get past this image and feeling.  And on some level, yes, you think of the people who are really in your life in that kind of role as being invincible, immortal, unchanging, up until the moment when their flaws are revealed or they unaccountably disappear, or when they die.  I don't think it is a terrible stretch for Carrie Fisher (or any public figure) to be that kind of person in your life.  Because of that, I think the collective mourning we've been going through this whole year is legitimate, and probably the kind of thing that's going to change us somehow.  

Carrie Fisher didn't apologize.  She didn't ask for our pity, nor for our adulation.  She said once she wanted her life to be art.  I like that sentiment a lot.  

I have no doubt this is going to ache for awhile.  

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Dearest Yuletide Author, you have already made my year just by signing up!

Generally speaking: I prefer angst over fluff, I like happy endings that come after struggle or discord, I love character studies and backstories. I love minor characters in fic, the chance to flesh out what we don't see on the page or screen. Not into pregnancy AU, high school or university AU, or modern AU. BUT I love canon-divergence or AUs within the given universe (a different meet-cute, or a different ending, for example). While I love angst, I don't love trauma, especially of the sexual variety. Not into threesome pairings in any of my requested fandoms and prefer femslash if any slash (though not graphic). I'm on Tumblr as Maidenjedi (it hasn't been updated in ages, but what's there is probably still relevant).

Fandom-specific:

Suite Française (2015) - I ship Lucile/Bruno so hard, and there are so few stories on the Archive for them! I'd really love to see them back together after the war, finding a way to make it work, or even having one fling to get some closure. Alternately, I'd love to see Lucile the Resistance Fighter, haunted a bit by her almost-love with Bruno but determined to beat back the Nazi invasion. If Benoit can join her in those adventures, awesome! Another idea - give me some backstory for the severe Madame Angellier that gives her more dimension and cause. I've also read the book, so if you have and you want to use that for material, go for it!

Death Comes to Pemberley (2013) - I was enchanted by the film version of the PD James novel, and I would like more Georgiana/Henry! I'd especially love to see them in their courtship phase, post-film. I'm also quite curious about Darcy and Lizzy in the years between P&P and DCtP. Lizzy's anxiety over the way Darcy relates to her, the history between them rearing it's ugly head, seems like it may have been a issue earlier. So yeah, some angst as they get used to one another would be great to read about, before but in the context of the DCtP events. Love to read, too, about a happy Christmas in the future, with Georgiana and Henry in the center.

The Buccaneers (1995) - I've always thought the decidedly-un-Whartonlike take on this story is actually a lot of fun. I ship Nan/Guy and would most like to see them in their happy ending. OR - I love canon divergence, and how about hooking Guy and Nan up much sooner, saving her from a loveless marriage with the Duke? And, here's a thought - mess it all up, and let Nan remain a Duchess. Maybe she knows about Julius and maybe not, but she takes the coronet and makes it all work beautifully. Maybe she and Guy reconnect decades later, and Julius is gone, and Guy has to break down walls that Nan has put up? Another idea - Guy comes to the States to work on railroads, and meets Nan there instead. If none of this floats your boat, how about a romance for Laura Testvalley with a man who values her?

The Great Escape (1963) - No slash, please. How about Hendley and Hilts after the war, meeting at a reunion? They can be much older, or it can be shortly after the war. Hendley goes on an Honor Flight to see the memorial in Washington? Hilts plays minor league baseball and Hendley sees him play? Basically, I just want to know what happens to these guys in fictional terms.

The Incredibles (2004) - Honey Best, secret Super! Mirage, has powers but doesn't find out until after the events of the film, or she knew all along and hides it so she can work to foil Syndrome. Helen Parr and Honey Best team up to save the world from a baddie. Edna Mode gets her start in Super fashion. Edna and Helen plan Helen's wedding dress. Anything involving any of these ladies works for me!! (also, Mirage/Helen would work for me, if Bob is NOT in the picture)
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TITLE: A Thing of Beauty
FANDOM: Harry Potter
CHARACTERS: Hermione Granger, Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody, Hermione's Parents
RATING: PG-13
SUMMARY: If Hermione was successful in nothing else, she at least saved one beautiful thing during the war.

For [personal profile] pauraque, filling a prompt from a prior post pleading for such. I haven't written Hermione ever, Harry Potter at all in ages, and I didn't reread anything before writing. So....thanks, Google? :-)

Here under the cut, or on AO3.

She was the cleverest witch of their generation )
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Well.  How about this.

Give me a prompt for a fandom I've written in before, and I'll write a minimum of 500 words for it.  

The padawan goes back to school Wednesday and I don't have a job at present.  Prompt me.
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Howdy NPT writer! Hopefully, we got matched on a fandom you're as excited about as I was when I chose them. I wrote most of what I was thinking in my sign-up, but here's some more about me generally.

Generally, I'm a fan of angst, post-apocalypse canon and AU, buddy road trips, awesome women being awesome, pre-series spec and canon-divergent AUs (the kind that just deviates within the universe - I don't like alt time periods, high school, coffee shop or other such AUs). For most of my fandoms, if I have a ship, it's probably het, but there are exceptions. For all that I like angsty, dark stuff, I don't go in for sexual violence, explicit or otherwise and prefer no irrevocable main character deaths.

Specifics under the cut in case of spoilers, especially for the current season of Game of Thrones and most recent season of The Walking Dead..

Read more... )
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I didn't add this to my sign-up in time, but I'll link it on the DW page for the challenge.

First, thanks for offering in one of these fandoms, and thanks in advance for taking the time to create something!  You're awesome just for that, truly.

Generally, things you should know about my likes/dislikes: I prefer angst over fluff, I like happy endings that come after struggle or discord, I love character studies and backstories. I love minor characters in fic, the chance to flesh out what we don't see on the page or screen. Not into pregnancy AU, high school or university AU, or modern AU. While I love angst, I don't love trauma, especially of the sexual variety. Not into threesome pairings in any of my requested fandoms and prefer femslash if any slash (though not graphic).

Specifics: 

AUSTEN Jane - Works - Gen in the male friendships listed: Wentworth and Harville (would LOVE an adventure-on-the-high-seas, bonding over age and situation, etc.  Harville finding out the details of how Anne broke it off with Frederick, but set against a broader story) and Darcy and Bingley (Bingley being generally wiser and more mature than he's usually depicted, origin tale for his friendship with Darcy, gentlemen-about-town stories, etc).  For Elinor/Colonel Brandon, I'd love to see them end up together from the get-go, not because of Marianne's later death or betrayal, something sweet but not cloying.  Wouldn't mind seeing Elinor and Brandon meeting up with Darcy and Elizabeth somehow, Lizzie and Elinor becoming confidantes in some way.  For Elizabeth/Darcy on their own, I love canon-divergent stories about how they got together, such as they realized their feelings sooner, took action sooner, Lizzie says yes the first time, or things took longer, they met in a different situation, etc.  Sky's the limit, right?  :-)

Dawson's Creek - Well, I sail on the good 'ship Joey/Pacey, but I love the barely-requited high school feel of Joey/Dawson.  Play on my heartstrings with bittersweet teenage goodness!  Prefer Joey's POV for this, especially at the latest part of their relationship, maybe even during a time later when they are about to try again and Joey's most in the throes of nostalgia.  Alternately, friendship stories about the three of them are awesome.  Of the three, if it's a solo tale, Pacey would be most interesting to me.  

Possession - A.S. Byatt - Hmm.  I love Christabel/Randolph so much, and I think the thing I want most is for it to work out for them somehow.  To keep from handing out too much collateral damage (poor Blanche!), why not have them meet younger?  Different circumstances?  Maybe their love remains unrequited and on the page, maybe they are discovered and there's a scandal but all ends well, who knows.  Another thought - May Bailey discovers her parentage after all, because SHE finds the letters.  How would that go?  When would it happen, and if Randolph still lives, would she seek him out?  So much possibility!
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TITLE: The Twelfth of December
AUTHOR: Maidenjedi
FANDOM: The X-Files
RATING: R
SPOILERS: Whole series up for grabs.
DISCLAIMER: Not my characters, my concept, or my show. Damn it.

SUMMARY: What happened when it ended.

NOTES:  This entire concept came from a comment [livejournal.com profile] timesink made in the wake of "My Struggle."  Headcanon developed, fic resulted.  Fandom is a wonderful place to play.

--

Under the cut, or on AO3.

She awoke when the bed grew cold, and knew only vaguely that he was not there. )
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Okay, so.  I had this great idea this morning for a pre-season 10 "why/how did Mulder and Scully break up" story and I really want to work on it, but this afternoon I cut my thumb while slicing apples (because I am AMAZING in the kitchen, y'all.  A badass).  Now I'm distracted and can't remember half of my idea, and I'm typing with a makeshift gauze bandage held on with washi tape and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles bandaid (#momlife).  

As long as I'm using made up hashtags, let's also use this one:  #lameexcuses  

How about, instead, I share some recs?  :-)

Elysium by Aloysia Virgata
.  Five things Scully didn't get to do with William and one she did.  Kleenex warning!  No spoilers for Season 10.

Five Times Scully Called Mulder "Fox" and a Thousand Times She Didn't by Leiascully.  What it says on the tin, and slightly NSFW.  And just awesome.

Just the Thing by [archiveofourown.org profile] pinebluffvariant - A sweet story set at the end of "How the Ghosts Stole Christmas."

Coda by [archiveofourown.org profile] deslea - A little Alex Krycek.  To say more is to spoil.  It's lyrical and amazing, made me nostalgic and giddy all at once.

There are likely tons more, but the point is this:  whether you are on Tumblr or not, the place to find the good (most MSR) stuff right now is clearly here:  https://www.tumblr.com/search/xf+fanfic 

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TITLE: Assurance
AUTHOR: Maidenjedi
FANDOM: The X-Files
RATING: R
SPOILERS: My Struggle, Part 1 (post-ep, none for following episodes)
SUMMARY: Tad O'Malley escapes with his life, just barely.

NOTES: Spoilers. Lots and lots of spoilers. But none for the upcoming episodes, so this is likely gonna get jossed to hell (Cartered?). No beta, just good old-fashioned write and post.

Read more... )
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You know you wanna.


[livejournal.com profile] haremxf
The Women of The X-Files Comment Ficathon!



maidenjedi: (mulder and scully)
Well, I'm working on Day 4 (which is creating a fanwork) and Day 5 is actually "leaving feedback" (which I've done, but don't wish to link to).  Day 6 is "create your own challenge."

And mine is really simple, and it's for all you X-Files fans and writers who still lurk around this joint.  [livejournal.com profile] deslea posted something on Facebook tonight about Livejournal that made me freshly nostalgic.  The upcoming limited series version of The X-Files is doing the same thing.  And I know there is a thriving XF microfandom over on Tumblr.  BUT.  I really, really want to see some XF stuff over here.  Revive our communities for the length of the series, whatever (you know I'm doing that with the Harem!).  

Let's breathe some life back into our communities, even if it's brief.  [livejournal.com profile] erries - what say you?  :-)
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Day 3 - In your own space, post a rec for at least three fanworks that you have created.

(first off, linking back to the challenge master post for reference)

Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream - Stephen King's IT - Post-book, Richie Tozier in high school and his last run-in with It.  Essentially a coming-of-age.  It's one of my favorite stories from the smaller fandoms; Richie was always one of my favorite King characters, and it was fun trying to get in his head.  I kept him out of a later story because I liked this version of him too well.

A Dread of West and a Love of East - The X-Files - I've been the most prolific in XF, of course.  I've written a lot of stuff I'm fond of, some stuff I think sucks (or could at least have used more work before posting), but the story I like the best is this one, about Scully and the pull she begins to feel leading up to "Patient X." 

And Death Shall Have No Dominion - Buffy the Vampire Slayer - I come back to this story every so often, especially when doing a rewatch, because I wrote it after a really emotional rewatch of the fifth season.  I don't really remember when I originally posted it, maybe 2008?  In any event, I know I wrote it having knowledge of my mother's illness, because it was while she was sick that season five was the hardest to watch.  I haven't written a lot in BtVS and I don't know if I ever will again, but this was hands-down my favorite story there.


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Day 2 - Create a fandom wishlist.

I think I'm mostly going with stories I'd like to see.  

1 -Inside Out stories set in the parents' heads, especially Mom's, before/during/after the movie.  I didn't think to ask for this for Yuletide, but now I really want it, probably because this movie became the overnight favorite at our house.  The one I really want is from Mom's Emotions' POV during her pregnancy and while Riley is still an infant, noting that by the time we meet Mom, Sadness is the leader.  Another that would be great is one detailed scenes from the film from Mom or Dad's POV, especially anything that would explain how/why Mom and Dad don't pick up on Riley's extreme disconnect sooner.  Alternate stories from Riley's POV, such as Sadness being left alone because Joy disappears in the tube with the core emotions, and Disgust, Anger, and Fear team up to find her.  The day Disgust appears in Riley's mind, and how it goes.  Sadness and Anger battling it out while Riley is a toddler.   

2 - Inside Out/Frozen fusion, where some of the events of Frozen are told from the POV of Elsa's emotions. Fear at the helm!

3 -  Okay, getting away from Disney.  A crossover I've wanted to write forever, and would love if someone else wrote, is The X-Files/It crossover.  Because no way is Derry, Maine NOT in Mulder's files, and no way he'd ignore it if it was.  There are so many ways to come at this, but my thought is to shift the timelines so that it comes to Mulder's desk as a missing persons case, featuring one of the Losers (probably Ben Hanscom).  Or Ben and Beverly, freaked out over losing their memories a second time, go to Mulder and Scully for help.  OR, Mulder encounters It as a child.  Any scenario at all, really.

4 - Star Wars/Firefly gen. I think there are a great many crossover possibilities, especially in the wake of The Force Awakens.  Shepherd Book as a Jedi who didn't complete his training (OR DID HE).  Reavers in the SW galaxy.  River as a padawan.  Mal as a bounty hunter or a Rebellion pilot (Rogue Squadron!).  Lots and lots of ideas.






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Fandom Snowflake Challenge banner


Well, here we go.

Day 1 - Talk about why you're participating in Snowflake.

I need to write.  I need to flex these muscles a bit.  I miss fandom for fandom's sake.  Lots and lots of reasons, that boil down to wanting to start this year off with a bit of a fandom kick in the rear.

That's it.  Nothing terribly elaborate or complicated.  It's a thing, I'm doing it (a few days late, but still).




Yuletide!

Dec. 28th, 2015 05:47 pm
maidenjedi: (gandalf)
I got a fantastic gift this year - A Helstone Rose, a Margaret Hale/John Thornton tale from the North and South book and miniseries.  An alternate ending for the miniseries, in which Margaret chooses a slightly different path.  It is exactly what I was hoping for, and it's meaty - long with excellent characterization.  I was really happy to see this and I highly recommend it if you're a North and South fan!

Drive-by recs after my first pass:

Zinc Man, The Americans:  Like the tightest and most tense of any episode of the show.  Really well-researched.  I love the voices in this, too.  The author is clearly a fan!

The Long Dry Road That Lead Me Here, Almost Famous: Oh, Penny I wasn't expecting to see any Almost Famous stories in the archive, so this is a pleasant surprise.  And such a good one.  Penny, pre-movie.  The best idea - that it's Penny Lane who is most responsible for getting Stillwater to the point we see them in the movie.

The Good Old Way, True Grit (2010):  Mattie Ross confesses.  It's a perfect internal monologue and then some.  Not really a Mattie/LaBoeuf story, but a shipper like me was more than satisfied anyway.  ;-)

In Stunning Heaps, Dawson's Creek:  Just because I'm still a huge Pacey/Joey fan, and this is a fun slice of life for them post-series.

(Not) Like Uber But For Babysitting, The Babysitters Club:  Yuletide always brings to light the best nostalgia.  This is definitely that, and then some, as the BSC girls, all grown-up, create an app.  Love, love, love it.

The Ones I Used to Know, White Christmas/Agent Carter:  The crossover you never knew you always wanted.  Bob Wallace and Peggy Carter meet, again, after the war.  It captures both sources so well, and I'm seriously sorry Bing Crosby and Hayley Atwell can only meet in fanfiction.  Ah well.  This is great.

Star and Stripes, American Girls: Molly/Agent Carter:  Another great crossover!  Molly is a fan of the Captain America Adventure Hour.  Halloween fun ensues.  I really love this.





maidenjedi: (mulder and scully)
Hi, Yuletide Author! Thank you for signing up and thank you in advance for what you're going to write. I've been doing Yuletide long enough that it feels like a genuine tradition, and I am excited!

Generally, things you should know about my likes/dislikes: I prefer angst over fluff, I like happy endings that come after struggle or discord, I love character studies and backstories. I love minor characters in fic, the chance to flesh out what we don't see on the page or screen. Not into pregnancy AU, high school or university AU, or modern AU. While I love angst, I don't love trauma, especially of the sexual variety. Not into threesome pairings in any of my requested fandoms and prefer femslash if any slash (though not graphic). This year I've been pretty obsessed with costume drama, so my requests reflect that. I'm on Tumblr as Maidenjedi and my AO3 profile is linked here, too (also, Maidenjedi).

Three of my fandoms this year are represented on page and screen. I've watched all the versions available and read the novels, so feel free to cross those lines in your story if you choose one of those.

Specifics under the cut! Yay!  And again, THANK YOU!!!

Read more... )

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TITLE: To Give My Love Good-Morrow
AUTHOR: Maidenjedi
RATING: PG, no warnings necessary
PAIRING: Margaret Hale/John Thornton
SUMMARY: Margaret Hale has the world at her feet, and all she wants is to go home again.

NOTES: Written for [community profile] rarepairfest 2015 for [livejournal.com profile] tree.

A few bits and pieces are more book-inspired, but this is very much a series story. The title is from a poem by Thomas Heywood, from which Mrs. Gaskell pulled the title of the book's final chapter.

Read on AO3 or below the cut.

Read more... )
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Well, the Not Prime Time reveal happened while I was away, so I'm late in posting this here. This fic ate my brain for a good number of weeks. It's wildly AU and went in a totally different direction than I thought it would when I decided I wanted to write about Shireen surviving.

TITLE: In Spite of All Terror
FANDOM: Game of Thrones
RATING:  PG-13
CHARACTERS: Shireen Baratheon, Brienne of Tarth, Sansa Stark, Dacey Mormont, Theon Greyjoy, Podrick Payne, Samwell Tarly, a few others make cameos, and an OC
PAIRING: None
SUMMARY: Shireen Baratheon escapes, and gathers companions, each seeking to survive and none able to continue alone, whether because of danger or duty. This is the tale of how they meet.

Written for Sumi for Not Prime Time 2015

This is long, so I'm just going to provide the link.

In Spite of All Terror (AO3)

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Remix reveal! I wrote Celestial Navigation (The Wishful Thinking Remix) for [personal profile] laurificus.

Posted below and also, of course, at AO3.

TITLE: Celestial Navigation (The Wishful Thinking Remix)
AUTHOR: Maidenjedi
FANDOM: Firefly
PAIRING: Mal/Zoe
SUMMARY: Zoe stays to light the way.

NOTES: A West Wing title, to sync it up with the original (He Shall From Time to Time).

Zoe knows it's all gone to shit. )

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