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I read the employee handbook. Cover to cellophane cover. WE ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE AT WORK NINE HOURS A DAY. We are required to be at work eight and a half hours a day, of which we are entitled to a half-hour lunch break and two fifteen-minute coffee breaks per day. I don't drink coffee; therefore, I take hour lunches. I do eat a fruit as a metabolism booster every day, but I don't stop working while doing so.

Also, Mr. Boss Man, it is incredibly rude of you to schedule a meeting from four to five tomorrow because that was the last time I was going to get to see the Boy before he goes to Budapest. And now I can't. Just so you know, I'm giving you a Dagger Glare.

In other news, I see someone named [livejournal.com profile] nuavarion has friended me. Who are you? Have you been stalking my journal? And did you know that in return for a decloak post you get a free drabble?

Julia, respond to the damn email!

And a ficbit.

Title: [Insert Title Here]
Fandom: DCU
Rating: R. Very much so.
Warning: Implied gay sex. Look, the disclaimer said I'd warn you, and that you don't have to read it.

In Which Clark Explains Some More )
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But first, pretzels. Apparently pretzels have a rich and meaningful history, of which I knew nothing until today. It boils down to pretzels were invented as a treat for children who studied their bible verses. The pretzel bakers of Europe have a seal because they helped turn back the Turkish invasion, like good Christians. And then they were brought to America by bakers who didn't want to waste bread dough and so made soft pretzels at the end of the day.

The drive to Allentown was unremarkable. We listened to the first chapter of A Hat Full of Sky. Dad has steadfastly refused to sample the wonder that is Terry Pratchett, but he was laughing with the rest of us :)

The science museum was underwhelming. I mean, I suppose my standards are high due to the COSI museums, and the wonderful Chicago museums, that I more regularly go visit. But still. Science museums should contain science. I did, however, get a nice mug for putting my hot cocoa in: a diagram of a theobromine molecule.

Dinner, however, was delicious. Very garlicky. Very large amounts of food. And really caloric desserts, in case we hadn't had enough food already.

So. A Thing I've been sitting on months.

Title: Despair
Fandom: Tin Man
Rating: PG-13
Warning: Slash, minor kissing

How Else Would You Recognize the Good Times, if You Didn't Have the Bad? )

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] avari_maethor for the beta. Still a comment whore. Nai, this means you.
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So it got long again. Prompt is here.

Title: Rose Quartz and Other Mysteries
Fandom: Tin Man. I don't own it.
Rating: PG
Warnings: Kissing. Also, Cain being a stupid puppy.

In Which Glitch is a Cute Woogie )

And random Latin just because. Okay, now I'ma go write something else.
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So, Seylin made a perfectly legitimate request over in Short Fic post:

Fandom: Tin Man
Pairing: Glitch/Cain
Prompt: Finding my way home

And then this happened:

Title: Where the Heart Is
Fandom: Tin Man. As much as I wish it were mine, it isn't.
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Graphic sex and language

To Make a House A Home )
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Dammit I can't write. I want to, and not being able to is pissing me off.

This means a short fiction fest, which is like a drabblefest only, of course, without the 100 word long limit of a drabble. Give me pairings or characters and prompts. Please. If you don't know that I write for that fandom, go ahead and ask. Otherwise, have at ye.

EDIT: Okay, so, clarification for next time. Please only make one prompt each until I run out and invite further promptage. I will do them this time because I failed to make this clear. My bad XD
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Involving an icon meme and a link and a nai resulted in:

Title: Chasing
Fandom: Tin Man, which I don't own and make no money from
Rating: R
Warnings: Graphic porn

Nai is a Good Minion )

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