• Nov. 2nd, 2004 at 8:23 PM
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Multi-fandom recs because the fannish fun needs to have more prominence in my journal right now.


[ profile] misstressace wrote Long Live the King for the Smallville Flash Fiction Challenge. It's beautiful and angst ridden and just gorgeous. Seriously, everyone should go read this because it's wonderful.

Also for the SVFF Challenge, [ profile] svmadelyn wrote Ten the Hard Way, wherein Clark and Lex meet after not seeing each other for many years. Because the rift really, really needs to go something like this.

[ profile] visszater has written The 0100 for the SVFF challenge. It's very well written and the premise is fascinating, I love it when people apply true sci-fi ideas to the Superman universe, this is definitely a good read.

The West Wing:

[ profile] andrealyn wrote Sam/Josh! Which is exciting enough but the story is great. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. Sam/Josh! Well written Sam/Josh! Go read!

rain, rommates, and recs

  • Oct. 19th, 2004 at 11:08 PM
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life things

Woke up this morning at 7:30 to a sweltering room, a rainstorm outside, and my clock flashing 2:20am.

The power had gone out, I didn't have another clock anywhere and my phone was in my car so I had to turn my computer on to make sure I wasn't late for school. It turns out I woke up a half hour before my alarm was set to go off, sometimes I genuinely love my internal clock for saving me from power outages and alarms that wouldn't have gone off (most of the time I curse it for waking me up before I actually need to wake up.)

As for the sweltering hot bedroom: evidently my inept roommate turned on the heating without so much as mentioning it to anyone else in the house. And he turned the bloody thing on to 70º. So I had to get out of bed and turn it off. Also, it was making this bizarre high pitched whine, I don;t know if I should be scared that the thing will explode or what. It wasn't even that cold out last night, 50º maybe, not worth the heating bills.

Then, when I came home today, the same roommate informed me that the internet was down. He said he'd reset the modem a couple times to no effect. So I asked if he had called. His response was a blank look. Evidently, the fact that the dsl bill was sitting RIGHT NEXT TO THE PHONE did nothing to help him figure out who the fuck he should have called. The boy clearly has no idea how to do things on his own. I have no clue how he's managed to keep a job seeing as how he's completely incapable of independent thought. I really dislike him sometimes.

fandom things:

Stories I have been reading lately:

[ Phoenix Song ] by [ profile] xylodemon Harry Potter, H/D, novel-length, chaptered.

[ Moment by Moment ] by [ profile] topaz119 Popslash, JuC.

[ The First Four Years ] by [ profile] runpunkrun Smallville, Clark/Lex