March 14, 2018

Progress

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , at 8:55 pm by vrtrakowski

Well, I’ve solved the biggest hurdle on my attempt at a new fic site.  Now, I may yet encounter one that makes me throw up my hands and quit Weebly, but for the moment I am going ahead on putting stuff back up.

So on that note, I will point out (for you long-time CSI/GSR fans) that Breakfast at Grissom’s is posted again.  I don’t think I’ll be announcing every repost here, but a few of ’em were available nowhere but on my Light in the Mirror site, including this one, so for anyone who was looking for it…

Please note that it is rated NC-17.

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February 16, 2016

International Fanworks Day

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , at 9:28 pm by vrtrakowski

I missed it.  😛  Blame a sleep hangover; three-day weekends always verstrudle* my sleep schedule.  But I’m putting up a few recs anyway.

the instinct to your charm by Sorrel–Jupiter Ascending, Jupiter/Caine.  A look at the movie through Caine’s eyes.  Not quite the usual characterization for him, and all the more delightful for it.  My favorite JA fic by far, and I wish she would write the sequel she was considering, though I think she’s moved on from the fandom (alas).

The Roger and Hyacinth series by Cincoflex–Harry Potter with OCs.  Two new students at Hogwarts post-Harry who become friends.  The HP world is so rich, and so open to in-depth exploration; it’s a pity this hasn’t got the attention it deserves.

The Original Naked Quidditch Match by Anya (Evilgoddss on FF.net)–Harry Potter again.  This thing is legendary, and hilarious; be warned, it was written before the series was completed, and is not what I’d call safe for work or small children.

Chicago Winter by Celli–UC: Undercover, and aren’t we hearking back with this!  Talk about small fandoms.  This is a quick, charming little piece that I think Donovan himself would have approved of.

Cardinality by Mossley–CSI: Las Vegas, GSR.  Mossley is a legend among GSR fans; she seems to have withdrawn from the grid, which is too bad, but her fic lives on.  Her casefiles were unmatched, and this is one of her best and still a favorite of mine.  Trigger warning for lots and lots of blood, though.  Heh, this story is how I knew what the docs were talking about when they put me on warfarin…

 

*This is probably spelled wrong, but my dad (from whom I got it) hasn’t given me a spelling I can find online.