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Pretty much a place-holder, really, but here if anyone wants to know. I'm lamia over there:)

Made some nominations, primarily for art, for the Starsky & Hutch Marion Kelly awards.Loved checking out favorites, old and new, and discovered a few more. I'm looking forward to reading some of the nominated fiction, too, and am interested in checking out the new authors.

Also loved the SPN bloopers, and love them even more every time I watch ANY other show's bloopers. The cast is just seemingly so at ease and looks like they're having lots of fun. I downloaded these from youtube via http://www.onlinevideoconverter.com/video-converter
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It's just easier not to post, and people get busy, but I figure since I still check in on the flist daily I should maybe contribute some words as well.

My flist has certainly gotten quieter. I remember when I could not keep up! Primarily that was the SPN fandom - my S&H friends were never that loud on LJ. S&H for me was a yahoo groups thing, though the [livejournal.com profile] starsky_hutch LJ comm helped me migrate here.

I also remember the frustration of trying to download ALL THOSE SPN stories, and clicking what occasionally amounted to a ridiculous number of entries and continued entries to get at a whole verse. Do you know I used to copy/paste stories in MS word and save them as docs? I bet more than a few of us did. I mean, I have tons of stories still on my computer in doc format. So much work! I tried to keep up, which was impossible really.

Before LJ, I was immersed in S&H stories, and by God I PRINTED those out. Still have a bookshelf full of the printouts, and then another shelf of the printed zines (including my own two) in my bedroom.

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Unrelated, but: SPN's Jeremy Carver is such a disappointing shower runner for me. I was afraid of him after I couldn't for the life of me keep interest in the last show he ran (Being Human), though I loved the original British version (first three seasons, anyway). Sucks because of gems like SPN Christmas ep and the like. He still can write some killer episodes on occasion (I loved S8 ender ep). So anyway, when I get an episode I really enjoy as opposed to it being merely watchable, it makes me happy. I enjoyed, so much, the Sam POV we got last episodes in "Book of the Damned" and "The Werther Project." I like how Sam and Dean have been really together and in the lovely, unhealthily codependent relationship I know and love.

Oh, story rec: The Outlaw Torn by LaughableLament. Old school first-time with plenty of UST until it's, well, resolved:) Expertly written in my opinion, classic in all the best ways of good Wincest fiction. Killer Dean voice, Sammy the irrestible tease and always, always, the clever, irritating little brother.

Another thing: I looked forward with great anticipation to the premiere of Orphan Black, a thing that was handily trashed when my phobia regarding eyes/eye damage sent me into a panicked fit. Made me pretty sick and upset that day. I try to avoid seeing that stuff, but that shit don't come with warnings.
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Whew, plenty of rambling! I guess I posted then, yeah?
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Summary: Written  for the October 2014 [livejournal.com profile] spn_cinema challenge, which mixes Supernatural characters/Supernatural RPF with cinema. This particular challenge offered prompts of movies released in the '80s. I claimed The Hunger, a 1983 vampire film with Catherine Deneuve, Susan Sarandon and David Bowie. Vampires were day walkers long before Twilight came around, nary a vampire fang was shown, and even the word vampire was never mentioned in the film. I couldn't resist trying to write for it, and it's been a while since I have felt that.
Word Count: Approximately 2,000 words
Rating:  Explicit


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I have been into some weird little shows, many rather obscure. SPN might be the only truly large fandom I've participated in - a different experience altogether, and with so many talented writers at first I found it intimidating to post stories. Pretty much from the start, I've seen Sam and Dean as my OTP.

Something for a large fandom/pairing/character, then, is this SPN story, Sam/Dean:

Diamond Dogs is a short, kind of stylized piece, hopefully with some strongly evoked visuals. Prompt was "werewolfism - one turns and takes the other down."

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kassidy62: (katniss by juju-bean)
spoilery as to last night's episode, so behind a cut -

what if Abaddon's not really dead (I have no idea how that might have happened, just that her death seemed too easy) and possesses Sam? And Dean has to kill him to kill Abaddon?
kassidy62: (shark)
my kids have these and love them - I'm thinking about buying some for myself

And I just wanted to add that I appreciated your replies about Gracie the dog - she's still here with us. No one ever tried to come back and get her. I'm making her homemade food! Never thought I'd do that again:)
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spoilery... )

In other news, I haven't been posting much because life is upside down and topsy turvy, nothing comes with a guarantee and for some reason I had hoped it would by the time I was this old. I've gotten myself an unspecified auto-immune disease (maybe lupus, maybe connective tissue disease or some such shit) and am taking a batch of pills once a week (I call it Pillmageddon). Good times. Not really.

Under my pseudonym I am writing again at least - a sequel for Beneath the Neon Moon (a werewolf story). I'm guessing it'll come in around the 50,000 mark and if so, it'll be the longest I've ever written. But I'm horrible at estimating so we'll see. Could go longer.

Anyway, the episode got me crashing into my own account, evidently:) Just haven't posted much.

SPN 8-11

Jan. 24th, 2013 02:09 pm
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Sam in a ponytail, I figured one day it would happen on the show and I just had to post it:

see more at [livejournal.com profile] midnight_road - she has whole episodes capped:)
kassidy62: (hands by me)
Fun note about my daughters - they're both mentioned in the new Rite of Passage by John Passarella. Because they are minors, Mr. Passarella changed the last name a little, but they're on page 131, wherein the school was evacuated and the students were trying to find out what was going on. Someone mentions that "Rachel Barish" was in the office at the time, because she'd come in late that day from an orthodontist appointment (funny, she actually has braces and goes in every month for adjustment). Then her sister, Kassidy, is mentioned (something about her texting to a blogger, I think - I haven't actually had time to read the book yet, it was released just yesterday). But the girls were very excited to see themselves in the book:)

kassidy62: (sam bw by lere08)

The Other End
prompt art by [livejournal.com profile] vail_kagami for [info]spn_illuminated

The Other End (What’s Left of You That I Don’t Have)
story by [livejournal.com profile] kassidy62
(Wincest/R-rated, 11,500 words)

Summary: AU wherein Ruby doesn't betray Sam and the Apocalypse is averted. It begins after Sam escapes the panic room in "When the Levee Breaks" during Season Four, picking up immediately after the fight between Sam and Dean at the hotel.
Warnings: non-con (not between Sam and Dean), gore, violence, unfortunate use of healing cock
AN: A couple of scenes mirror dialogue from canon. Sam has slight kinetic abilities.
My first time doing spn_illuminated.
It was wonderful to meet and talk to Vail about the story, and I’m very happy I got to write a piece with her lovely work in mind.
Art Masterpost

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part 2

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It's short, Wincest, and fucked up. Sam's kind of peripheral and I didn't get much of a read on his character (I felt some distaste for him here, and I credit the POV with that one), but he's important. This is Dean's POV and he's a conflicted, violent mess, brilliantly done - yet I felt sorry for him, like in this version of the SPN world, Dean never had a chance. He's scary. No happies.
My Loose Thread by [livejournal.com profile] sasquatchbean
kassidy62: (sam bw by lere08)
I think it's been recommended quite a bit already, but here's my two cents on it. When canon falls short of its potential, fandom steps in: Recall by [livejournal.com profile] de_nugis, Sam/Dean. If you want to see a Sam who is truly disturbed as befits current canon, read this. If you want to see Dean who is scared and sad and still strong, always, when it comes to Sam, read it. You want to hear the character voices, read and recognize some tie-ins to canon, yeah. And with all that, it addresses that horrible, so-wrong voice-mail that may have been the final turning point for Sam - THAT one, the fake one from Dean to Sam. Then add to it Wincest that flows naturally from the story so that it's almost inevitable. I love it.

I'm currently working on Vid Show C - my recommendation series for vids I love:)
kassidy62: (yuletide bear from chomiji)

The feeling of it is reminds me of the episode with Mark Pellegrino in it, Hello, Cruel World (7.02) only worse. There is no rest for Sam here, nor any peace.

It's a River (But Not in Egypt)

Author: [livejournal.com profile] minviendha
Prompt: Here at [info]ohsam: Lucifer has something to say about Sam's newfound "I'm good, really! That 180 years in Hell? I'm pretty much over it" state of mind.
Summary: He's still a liar. Maybe always has been.
So Lucifer is an in-canon hurt!Sam writer, yes? And that is why I keep needing to put him in everything I write, fuuuck. Hence why this prompt had to be mine, and I'm super excited about it. Title is a reference to a quote. Yep.
Warnings: imagery of torture/violence.

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Title: Shattering The Cage by [livejournal.com profile] chokeonirony 
Pairing: Sam/Dean
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Sam and Dean find themselves and each other... via copious amounts of sex.
Warnings: Messy, unsafe and disorganised but generally consensual BDSM. Kinks including but not limited to d/s, dirty talk, voyeurism, orgasm denial, biting, marking, bondage, knife play. Also a fair bit of angst.

This is incredible, incendiary, much more than the summary would lead you to believe, and it's the author's first posting to the fandom. Unbelievable. It's not just about sex, but it's all about sex. This is about what's built and has been building, whole body, mind surrender, sensory surrender, trust and what it means to give all that up to another. Wonderful Dean POV.

I think someone said in the comments that we get a Sam without layers, down at his core. YES.  

Dean keeps holding his breath, watching him sideways as they drive through the village. But maybe for the first time Sam can understand how it feels to have a glass cage inside. How little it takes to shatter.


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