Jan. 18th, 2010

syllic: ([due south] ray passing through)
So, for [livejournal.com profile] yuletide, I wrote Dead Poets' Society fic:

Over the Rooftops of the World
Todd Anderson/Neil Perry, 7,708 words, R, for [livejournal.com profile] _stendhal.
(On LJ, or at AO3.)

I received Just Ask, an Across the Universe story about Max working Prudence out. It's a very canon-like snippet about making sense of new things.

For [livejournal.com profile] camelotsolstice, I received the lovely Summer Snow.

I left the prompt "In Merlin's fifth year in Camelot, winter came in July" on a whim, and the writer did something wonderful and clever with it. It really made me smile, and I think it will make others smile, so go smile and tell the author you smiled.

I wrote a story and a pinch hit. I was going to do a "Guess Which Story I Wrote And I Will Write You A Drabble and Make a Haiti Donation!" thing, but, uh, apparently I am the most obvious obviouser that ever obvioused, so, uh, let's not do that.

However--however!--if you guess my pinch hit, I will not only write you a drabble of your choice, but I will also donate fifteen dollars' worth of direct aid at the Haitian embassy in your name. Because excuses for more donations are good.

I wrote my obvious story in two days, and my pinch hit in four hours (er, I should say I scrapped the original version of my story first, and I scrapped two versions of the pinch hit, because I use my resources productively, that way). I spent a lot of time banging my hands on my keyboard in frustration during the writing of the first one, and a lot of time mouthing words and feeling ridiculous during the writing of the second.


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