face, TBP!

Mar. 9th, 2016 03:25 am
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I’m doing more than a sentence at a time so it makes sense. 

“If you felt comfortable discussing your feelings in detail,” Dave said drily, “I’d know you weren’t really John, but some sort of pod person.”

John laughed, at that, and pushed himself to his feet. “C’mon,” he said, “let’s get shitfaced.”
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I saw this when it was going around and then can’t find it again, but it was a Work-In-Progress Guessing Game and the whole game was just that you could send an ask with a word, and I’d respond with the sentence it appeared in, in my WIP.

In this case, though, since I have about eleventy-billion WIPs, you should specify whether you care which WIP. 

The list of works I still consider In-Progress:

The Star Wars Thing (Finn/Poe, OT3-ward leanings, and like 120k to pick from)
Subcategory: the Hoe/Pux thing (10k words of Poe and Hux being assholes to each other)

FOG and related– yes, I promised at least one Steve/Bucky/Natasha scene, and it’s still technically in-progress

Choice Is Not A Word A Bullet Knows and related: parts still in-progress include Facepunch and the resolution to the Peggy arc I solidified in Guts)

and yes, yes, yes, neither of the two SG:A verses are officially moribund. Two-Body Problem and Other Stuff are still both things I have active projects in, though they progress very, very, very slowly. 

If you don’t specify, I will pick whatever I’m most excited about the result of a cursory search in! 

If nobody sends me anything I will take it as some kind of sign. But don’t be shy. I like talking about myself sometimes. You can also send me asks about other things. That would be okay too.
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Back when I was still in the feverish depths of my addiction to Stargate: Atlantis, specifically reading and writing McShep slash, I wrote a 15k+ word chunk of story about John buying a house and having everyone over for Christmas, while Atlantis was stuck on earth after Enemy at the Gate. 

I have been telling myself for over a year now that I’ll get back to those stories and keep on posting, at least in Two-Body Problem, when things get hectic or when I finish other things, and what with one thing and another it just hasn’t happened. I’ve had a lot of guilt over it, believe me. But I had told myself, if nothing else, I should post that bit with the house at next Christmas. 

And then Christmas came and went, and I had no time to look at it. But today I did, I’m fighting off the last dregs of a wretched cold and I thought, this is it, this is the time.

So, I’ve posted it, and I have a couple more short chapters, and then I’ll have run out of that part of the story. There’s another big chunk, though, that I wrote and didn’t plan on using. I don’t think it’s possible for me to explain quite how much additional material I really honestly do have for Two-Body Problem; I ran out of gas not because I was out of story, but because I got bogged down in the middle. 

Anyway, we’ll see if this jumpstarts me to finishing that story; perhaps, but then I’d have so much guilt about the MCU stuff that’d fall by the wayside. But thinking of banging out an original novel is making me want to lay more of my ducks in a row. And I had promised myself– if nothing else, I can post this at Christmas. So I am.

A House A Home, on AO3.



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