kassidy62: (from mickeym - snoopy)
I told myself if I finished 1,000 words today I'd post here, just jabber a bit. I actually didn't make 1,000 but I did 845 and am letting myself do it anyway:)

more about writing, perfume, comics, yahyah )
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If you like dark and you like well-written, this is for you:) It's short, AU, gen. For all that it's a supernatural situation, the emotions are very human. I  think it's well crafted and was completely caught up in this short story. The end particularly resonated wiith me.

from the author, [livejournal.com profile] duckondebut:

AU after 1.18: Something Wicked. References events that’ve happened s2 through s5.

Summary: Sam and Dean are immortal now. Yeah. It’s that simple, and that complicated.

Warnings: Vague general series spoilers, some swearing. AND GUYS. This is very dark. Torture, violence, references to suicide and suicidal tendencies are contained within.

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

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original wish: http://insmallpackages.livejournal.com/7119.html?thread=1769935#t1769935

[livejournal.com profile] blackrabbit42 asked for a drabble- solo Sam fic... masturbating at college, thinking of Dean.

So tired, but sleep won't come.
Fingers pinch, stiffen a nipple. Move lower, scrawling down his flat belly. Circling, squeezing, calluses rough against the head of his cock.
It’s not enough; never can be or will be in the lonely narrow bed. Not until he closes his eyes. Then no one can see them or make them stop.
He whispers the name in the dark. Dean.
Dean’s grasping hands, swollen mouth, avid eyes. Always waiting for Sam.
He strokes himself hard and rough. Breath catches in his throat, god, come roping over his chest.
Always, always, Sam comes for him.



I answered [livejournal.com profile] hardboiledbaby's prompt for Alias Smith and Jones, Heyes/Curry, double or nothing -

"Maybe I didn't understand the nature of the bet, exactly," Curry panted, grabbing the slender iron of the headboard.

"Now Kid, nobody made you wager double or nothing against me," Heyes said, thrusting his hips so that Curry arched beneath him, groaning. "And trust me when I tell you," he whispered, leaning close to Curry's ear, "I have big plans for you."


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:)
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Yesterday I rushed around, trying to get some last minute things done, and then I and the usual suspects got together early and watched lots and lots of shows. It was a real treat because there's NO TIME to do that anymore, but we made the time. It was at one point a 70s love-in. Planet of the Apes tv series (The Interrogation), Alias Smith & Jones (Smiler With a Gun - one of their most serious, well-written, well-acted episodes, with Grandpa from The Waltons in it), Starsky & Hutch (The Fix, yes - I can just about speak along with the actors at this point), Logan's Run, the tv series (bootleg copy of the Pilot - so, so bad it's ... well, it's bad in that good way that bad shows with eye-rolling laser beams and tin "glider" vehicles with wheel covers so you don't see the wheels can be, and a very young Gregory... um, Harrison? The guy who was on Trapper John? as the star).

We also saw Blood Ties (awesome, powerful female lead and also: vampire torture), Battlestar Galactica (the one where Leoben is interrogated by Starbuck), Legend of the Seeker (I don't know her name, but it had the anti-Jeannie chick with the long blonde braid and she'd strung Richard up and poked him with A STICK) and Supernatural (Mystery Spot, I will never not love it). And the season one finale of The Borgias. And there was hot apple juice with cinnamon, cloves and brandy. Ah, it makes the whole house smell wonderful. And we had a couple of folks stay the night.

And Yuletide reveals are here, and [livejournal.com profile] gryphon2k , I'm kind of mortified. I did NOT recognize you as my POTA author, which is so insane because of how I've read and examined your stories so much, but it wasn't Pete whump and it was kind of a solemn thing, something the series could have expanded upon, and anyway I'm feeling foolish. But I want to give you a big hug and tell you how much I appreciate the gift!  And how glad I am we're back in touch, so much:))) And then there's , , , and for their lovely, original gifts to me. I enjoyed my plenitude of gifts very VERY much.

And I can tell you I wrote two stories! Something in the Guns - The Walking Dead (tv series) fandom, with Daryl Dixon and Andrea featured; and The Beating of Her Bound Heart - my take on Little Red Riding Hood, dark and definitely a revisionist take. I had lots of fun, and then I did something thoughtless, though my intentions were actually good, and felt very bad for it. But I'd rather leave that behind now.

Happiest of New Years to you all. Last year was pretty much, uh, not good, so here's hoping for better.
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Californication, Hank/Lew Ashby, partytime!, noncon or dubcon, and

Supernatural, Sam/Dean, werewolfism - one turns and takes the other down (interpret as you will)

kassidy62: (trish harpers island by me)
So, Cass and Cheryl and I played a drinking game last night. We picked Supernatural's "Mystery Spot" and chose 4 different drinking prompts: Dean dies, somebody says "pig in a poke," Asia, and Sam's forehead speaks Arabic (meaning when he wrinkles his forehead just so, it has some curves and shapes that remind us of written Arabic). Whoever spots the prompt calls it out and we suck it down.
There is a section of this episode where you cannot take the bottle from your lips between drinks. I actually fell behind. Whew.

On a related note, I should honestly stop reading SPN interviews. Feels like more of the same and quite honestly puts me off. That's probably more than enough said - I don't really engage anymore in online fandom debate (exhausting and mostly like talking religion - I'd rather write or maybe stick chewed gum in my hair or drown in toilet water). But still, frustrating enough to me with my leanings and personal viewpoint of the characters that I sort of wish I didn't like the show anymore.

Also, zombie info most wonderful, referred to me by Cass:  Five Scientific Reasons a Zombie Apocalypse Could Actually Happen

Also, went to see X-Men Origins: Wolverine today. In typical fashion for me, I now want to read some hopefully good Wolverine/Gambit fiction. I know NOTHING about the X-Men, comics or movies. Just this one movie.

Annnd have a picture from the lake where I picked my 8 year old up from this morning (she went camping with the Brownies):

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