Jan. 3rd, 2009

amathela: ([farscape] john/aeryn)
Title: Are You Gonna Be My Girl
Fandom: Farscape RPF
Pairing(s): Ben Browder/Claudia Black
Word Count: 3500
Rating: R

Summary: It's a good thing, he thinks, that John is supposed to be in love with Aeryn, or people might start asking questions. (aka. Five outfits Ben and Claudia wear, in varying degrees of ridiculousness.)

Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] sugargroupie for [livejournal.com profile] yuletide. References Crackers Don't Matter, Meltdown, Dog With Two Bones, and John Quixote, but no real spoilers.

Falling through your clothes )
amathela: ([merlin] arthur/morgana)
Title: Summer In The City
Fandom: Merlin
Pairing(s): Arthur/Morgana
Word Count: 3173
Rating: PG

Summary: In which there is a summer festival, Morgana indulges in a spot of matchmaking, and she and Arthur fight. A lot.

Notes: Spoilers up to episode 1:8 - The Beginning Of The End. Written for [livejournal.com profile] breakingbeads for [livejournal.com profile] merlin_santa.

Dressing so fine and looking so pretty )
amathela: ([spn] ruby)
Stuff I want to do in fandom in 2009:

- Leave more feedback. This is number one, because, honestly, I'm usually really bad at this. Which sucks, because I know how much I cherish every single comment I receive. So, I'm going to make a concentrated effort to leave feedback on stuff I read and love, even if it's just "I loved this!" or something equally inane.

- Write longer fics, even if it means I write fewer fics. I have quite a few plot bunnies/outlines/ideas for longer fics that I never get around to finishing because, well, I'm lazy, and writing something I can finish in a few days instead of a few weeks or months appeals to my desire for instant gratification. I still do want to write those fics, though, so this year I'm going to try to focus less on short, single-session fics and more on putting a sustained effort into plotting, outlining, and actually writing longer fics. Quality > quantity, and I'm sure that, in the long run, I'll appreciate having written one or two long(ish) fics a lot more than a score of quickly-forgotten drabbles.

- Sort through the unfinished fics and fic ideas I have laying around my computer, in notebooks, and on scrap pieces of paper. Organise them, and type up what needs to be typed, or at least work out some better way of keeping them that isn't "lying around in a loose heap on my floor." Finish the fics I still want to write, and trash the ones I don't.

- Finish at least one vid. I've started a couple, and have ideas for a few more, but none of that really means anything if I don't ever finish one. Realise that I'll never get to make that really awesome, epic, good vid if I don't finish at least one or two possibly crappy vids first.
amathela: ([weeds] andy/nancy)
From [livejournal.com profile] fannish5: List your 5 favorite unrequited love stories.

(Note: I may be taking a somewhat liberal interpretation of the prompt here. Basically, these are my favourite pairings that are, or were, some version of unrequited.)

Spoilers for Arrested Development, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Miss Match, The O.C., Weeds, and The Office )

So, basically, unrequited love stories are, like, a pretty big thing in television, but I had to stretch the prompt fairly liberally in order to answer it. Because, really, I'm not so much a fan of unrequited love. I mean, pairings where one person is really into the other, and then they pursue them and stuff? I'm all over. But pining is just ... really very much not for me, which is why I didn't include most of the major unrequited love whatevers in my fandoms. And I'm probably forgetting a bunch of pairings I really love, but I can live with that.


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