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In honor of Buffy the Vampire Slayer turning 20 -- which I still can hardly wrap my head around -- here is an unfinished Willow/Giles story I wrote 13 years ago, before I had a LiveJournal or started participating in fandom beyond quietly devouring fic.

Although I can't seem to articulate the profound impact BtVS had on me the way some of you have been able to do over the last few days, I have been thinking about how, in addition to its brilliant storytelling and dialogue and themes and rich characterizations, the show and the fanfic both depicted characters that I yearned to be (or be with) and provided ways to explore thoughts that were tumbling around in my head as I went off to college and tried to figure out whether I would ever be desirable and what I wanted in a relationship, for example. When I re-read this story, I see one angle of what I loved about Willow/Giles; an attempt, after a very different first draft, to take the usual flow of events in a different direction; and an examination of my own habit of developing crushes on teachers and professors.

Anyway, here it is if you're interested, college-age writing quirks and all. 1,500 words, rated T or something. IIRC, back in the day, [livejournal.com profile] synn suggested that Giles analyzes the situation too quickly, but I never did fix that. Feel free to pretend that he pauses to make tea and gather his thoughts at some natural break in the conversation.

It's easier to love someone who is a bit of a mentor, a role model. )

And, hey, have my favorite line from the original draft, which gave the Word document its title:

Call me Ripper, he whispers in her ear.
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Once upon a time, I was struck by the desire to write a Riddick story in the style of those early-2000s X-Men movie fanfics where Wolverine and Rogue were imprisoned in Stryker's complex and forced to have sex for his research program. (Ex: The Cell by jjblazer.) I ended up making up a character because it didn't feel right to cast Jack as the person thrown into Riddick's cell. The words poured out, and I was well pleased with the result, but I was too embarrassed to share it, so it has been sitting on my hard drive for almost three years.

Tonight we are watching the third (& worst) Riddick movie at fangirl movie night. For whatever reason, this feels like the right time: I am finally taking the plunge and posting the fic, in all its flawed, iddy glory.

*hits "post" and hides face*


Title: Captive Breeding Program (Furyan Bloodstock Remix)
Fandom: Chronicles of Riddick series
Pairing: Riddick/OFC
Rating: Explicit
Word Count: 4,250
Summary: "Get as far away from me as you can before I do exactly what they warned you about," he growls.
Content notes: Nonconsensual sex. Murder, attempted murder, strangulation. Aliens make them do it. Abhorrent medical ethics, including forced impregnation and gestation. Aphrodisiacs. Dubious plot points.
A/N: Written in January 2014, two days after posting I Like the Way You Move. Riddick's voice was influenced by stories such as The Things We Leave Behind by Ratatosk. Enjoy?

The next one they toss in is young. )
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And lo, one of the post-canon fics I desired has come to pass! I was able to write 2/3 of it on the plane to Vancouver and then polished up the rest over the last couple of days. If you give it a try, I hope you enjoy it. It was a nice writing voice to sink into for a while.

AO3 | DW | LJ

Title: Here rest, interred without a stone
Fandom: The Golem and the Jinni
Characters: Ahmad/the Jinni, Fadwa al-Hadid
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 950
Summary: Now he was real and she was the dream.
Content notes: A missing-scene story. Spoilers for plotlines related to these characters.
A/N: Title from "Epitaph" by Philip Freneau.

'Have you been wandering all this time?' )
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AO3 | DW | LJ

Title: Which alters when it alteration finds
Fandom: Beauty and the Beast (1991) (Disney)
Pairing: Belle/Adam, Belle/Beast
Rating: Adult
Word Count: 5,700
Summary: Belle fell in love with the Beast. What if she isn't as into him as a human?
Content notes: Kink Negotiation, Xenophilia, Married Life, First Time, Magic, Body Modification, Kink Acceptance, Relationships, Size Kink, Size Difference, Overcoming Shame, Animal Play, Animal Transformation, Fairy Tale Retellings, Disney, Communication, Consensual Kink. Or, in the words of the requestor: "Xenokink, woo."

Acknowledgements: Thanks to [personal profile] stultiloquentia and [personal profile] synn for beta work, [personal profile] thedeadparrot for couch space and live feedback, [personal profile] marginaliana et al for convincing me to check out the requests spreadsheet, and [profile] cherryice, who in trying to help with the leg description taught me the word "digitigrade."

A/N: A Yuletide treat for [personal profile] boywonder, whose prompt caught my imagination. Let's also consider it a fill for the body alteration square on my old Kink Bingo card. Title from Shakespeare's Sonnet 116.

Who is this elegant stranger with his athletic profile and neatly tied-back hair? )

Comments and concrit are always welcome.
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(Not that there is a lot of time right now, but)

Would anyone be interested if I did this?

"I currently have 104 fanworks archived at the AO3. Pick a number from 1 (the most recent) to 104 (the first thing I posted there), and I'll tell you three things I currently like about it."

Hey, p.s., people who are also doing this meme: How do you quickly get AO3 to tell you what number a particular work is in your collection? I only know how to see that for series.
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AO3 | LJ | DW

Title: Through sinful choice, or dread necessity
Fandom: Inkheart
Pairing: Dustfinger/Meggie
Rating: In the PG-13 to R range
Word Count: 2,020
Summary: What might have happened after Meggie refused to read out the Shadow for Capricorn.
Content notes: Sexual threat and nonconsensual sexual activity, of the villains-make-them-do-it variety; underage character; canon-typical bad-guy clichés. This is not a nice story. On the positive side, Meggie is a spitfire who calls Dustfinger out on his BS.
A/N: Remix and fusion of scenes from the book and the movie. Title from Wordsworth.

'I won't do it! You can't make me!' )

\weekend/

Jun. 27th, 2015 08:45 am
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1. Current events: NOT terrible. Well done, America!

2. I posted two small fics this week for the book/movie Inkheart. The first has a little primer intro, since I assume few of you know the source:
Last Song Before Morning, Dustfinger/Resa, 2,200 words

Break, Blow, Burn (And Make Me New), Dustfinger/Farid, 1,500 words
Not counting one remix, those are the first stories I've posted since January 2013.

3. I know it's a small and not very active fandom, and that even with advertising on Tumblr/Twitter/DW/LJ/AO3/Fanfiction.net, it'll take some time for people who are in it to wander over and find them. So I understand why the stories have only gotten a handful of hits so far. But I admit I'm sad that they have no comments. I thought at least a few friends would give them a try and share their thoughts, good or bad. I guess my insecurity is higher than usual because the voice of these fics, in an attempt to match that of the books, is different from what I'm used to.

And I feel weird even talking about it here because it sounds like I'm trying to guilt people into reading them.

In addition to which, it made me realize that I'm guilty of the same thing. Several friends have posted stories recently in fandoms I'm not familiar with, and I didn't give them a try. Which is something I can make more of an effort to rectify.

4. Vid rec: Wasteland by [personal profile] amnisias (Grantchester, Sidney, Sidney/community, Sidney/Geordie). Lovely lovely lovely look at living with internal and external conflicts and traumas, and, as [personal profile] no_detective put it, finding grace in everyday life. It's striking how "wasteland" seems to contradict the greenery of Grantchester and the simple joys shown in the opening clips before the story cracks open. How the narrative slides down into addiction and murder and war and loneliness, then pulls back up to laughter and human connection.

I had the pleasure of helping beta this vid and now it is a great joy to point you all to it.

5. Should be a nice weekend ahead with a mix of solitude/chores and socializing. One-man Star Wars show this afternoon. :) Then probably visiting my dad in NY next weekend for the holiday.
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AO3 | DW | LJ

Title: Break, Blow, Burn (And Make Me New)
Fandom: Inkheart trilogy
Pairing: Dustfinger/Farid
Rating: R-ish? PG-13?
Word Count: 1,500
Summary: It was Dustfinger. It had always been Dustfinger.
Content notes: Underage (although not considered so in the Inkworld); Farid seems to be about 15 or 16 in the books. Arguable infidelity. Equally arguable polyamory. Spoilers for Inkspell & Inkdeath.
A/N: Because what seemed like slashy subtext in the movie ended up being pretty much text in the books. This is a remix of a particular scene about halfway through Inkdeath. Suits the temperature play square on my Kink Bingo card, together with the Dustfinger/Resa fic. Title from John Donne.

His head was a whirl, but his body said, Yes, this. And suddenly everything fell into place. )
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AO3 | LJ | DW

Title: Last Song Before Morning
Fandom: Inkheart
Pairing: Dustfinger/Resa
Rating: R-ish
Word Count: 2,200
Summary: The candle has flickered out, but Dustfinger can keep them warm.
Content notes: Infidelity. Contemplation of mortality. Spoilers for Resa's identity.
Thanks: to [personal profile] synn for reviewing drafts, and to many of you for encouragement when words didn't want to come.
A/N: Fits the temperature play square on my Kink Bingo card, in conjunction with at least one other fic. Also fills an amnesty prompt from Porn Battle XI. Mix of bookverse and movieverse.

Brief context for the fic if you haven't seen or read Inkheart )

How ironic, he thinks as he lifts one hand to the side of her face, that he should overcome his cowardice just when he's on the cusp of losing her. )
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For Remix this year, I wrote Alchemical Solution (Swish and Flick Remix).

It is a remix of a Stargate: Atlantis story called Springtide by [livejournal.com profile] mayachain. In the original, which takes place after the series finale, Atlantis starts displaying green lights that direct John, Rodney, Ronon and Teyla—who have drifted a bit apart since being stranded on Earth—to an unmapped room, where they reconnect over childhood games in a hazy sleepover party.

I combined a few different remix techniques this time around. The main intention was to define and preserve the foundation of the story—semi-sentient city encourages characters to bond, with undertones of John/Rodney—while changing something in the retelling. I was for some reason really enamored of the idea to do a Harry Potter fusion and resituate these characters in another cherished semi-sentient setting: Hogwarts. The POV changed from Rodney to John. And I thought that rather than reuniting old friends, it would be interesting to explore how the castle in its various incarnations—moving staircases, portraits, ghosts, mysteriously intelligent magical creatures—encouraged these four people to become friends in the first place.

For whatever reasons, it was tough going. )

Which isn't to say there weren't plenty of fun parts. )

I managed not to reuse too much of the original story. )

All in all, I'm not sure how I feel about this story. It was not beta-read because of the timing, and it didn't get many comments during the anonymity period. The writing feels looser than I'm used to (& than I prefer); I'm not sure if that's because I usually tell a tighter story or a shorter story. How do you feel about it, if you have read it or are interested in reading it?
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Title: Alchemical Solution (Swish and Flick Remix)
Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis/Harry Potter fusion
Characters: John, Rodney, Ronon, Teyla
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 6,733
Summary: Four students have been feeling out of place. Hogwarts gives them a nudge.
Content notes: None, I don't think.
A/N: Many, many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] synn for helping me through the writing process. A few lines are taken from the show. Please forgive me for playing fast and loose with timelines and the HP universe.

Read at the AO3 or below.

'It's a Shield spell,' John explained, trying not to bounce on the balls of his feet. 'The next time Kolya tries Sectumsempra on you when the professors aren't looking, it'll bounce right off.' )

As always, comments and concrit are welcome.

Commentary on the remixing process here.
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Previous Roundups
2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006

2 fics in 1 fandom )

8 vids in 7 fandoms )

3 picspams in many fandoms )

Totals
  • 18 minutes of vids + unfinished stuff (a couple of minutes of Festivid and a little over a minute of Riddick vid)
  • 4,000 words of fic + 9,000 words of unposted Karin/Makor stuff
  • Well, 11,200 more words of meta if you count the Fifty Shades and Twilight reaction posts, childhood cartoon kink thing and the more substantive of the responses to the questions meme
  • 6 gen, 2 het, 3 slash, 3 mixed
Not a super impressive total compared to past years, especially fic-wise, but then again, this year I got a new job, moved states and changed my prescription, so let's assume those were factors. I've also been finding that my creative writing has slowed because I don't know what stories I want anymore. (And I've been writing a lot more for work, which probably scratches the itch.) I do miss it. We'll see if 2014 brings any epiphanies.

2013 brief media review - TV, movies, plays, landmarks )

Happy New Year's Eve, my friends. ♥
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Odd day.

Dozed after waking to footsteps upstairs, and had a dream about cut for Holocaust-like imagery. ) Jeez, it sounds horrific to write it up like that. At the time, it was just a thing that was happening. One girl hid in a room that was my childhood bedroom by lifting herself onto the top shelf of the closet by the lintel like a pull-up, realized that she could be easily seen, and hastily shoved a folded blanket between her body and the top of the door. I was the girl. Vin Diesel found her/me and said, reasonably enough for a prison guard, something about how the punishment would be eight somethings but he'd go halvsies with her and only do four if she'd just give in. She/I said, calmly, Okay. He seemed taken aback. That was that.

*shrug*

Today marked the end of my three-month probation period at work. I had a good review and was not fired. (I was not worried since my performance has been fine and people like me, but still. Not being on probation is a relief in the current financial climate. If anyone in the office had had to be cut to save money, it would have been me.) (Not to say that fear isn't still there; it's just harder to let someone go after they're off probation.)

.

Good, easy soup recipe, adapted from my new everything-chicken cookbook: Dice and sauté two small onions. When soft and beginning to brown, add a quart of chicken or vegetable broth. Grate a couple of zucchini or summer squash; add to the pot and boil for ~15 minutes. You can also add small pasta at the time you add the vegetables. At the end, drizzle in two eggs or egg whites and lemon juice to taste. Mm. Looks like it makes three bowls' worth.

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Let's answer some vidding questions from [livejournal.com profile] alizarin_nyc: "What do you use for media when starting a vid? Do you rip DVDs, convert .avi files or what? What editing software do you use and why? What is the next thing you want to learn/try in writing or vidding?"

I tend to rip DVDs )

I use Adobe Premiere )

I want to learn to do a thing with John Sheppard's face )

But also how to better create clip pacing that is less a slave to the music )

...I don't know if I articulated that well at all.

4) That's a good question about what I might want to learn next in writing. Will have to get back to you on that. As compared to video editing, fiction writing is a thing that comes so unconsciously to me -- not always easily, just instinctively rather than as a series of technical steps -- that it's hard for me to approach and understand it as a craft. (I used to think that was something to brag about, but the more I press up against the boundaries of what doesn't come naturally to me and what I haven't been educated about, and the more I look back on many of the fics I've written and listen to others who do understand the technical elements of putting together effective stories and characters, like the more I appreciate that relying on instinct alone can also be a limitation.)
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A little reminiscence for Poetry Month, because some of my favorite fanworks that I've posted have been poems. Let's see: Spanning 2006-2011, I appear to have posted nine complete poems, one unfinished poem, one set of haiku, one "found" poem, and one poetry-inspired fic.

T.S. Eliot, Wallace Stevens and Shakespeare; sestinas, heroic couplets, haiku, a sonnet and a found poem; SGA, House and Harry Potter )

Lots of people don't like fan poetry. Probably a lot of it sucks, just like a lot of any category sucks. But I think it can be great, and I'm so happy to have found so many LJ/DW/etc. friends and community members who welcome, enjoy, read, write and critique fan poetry as well as regular fic. And I am proud to have work featured in the Fanlore article on fan poetry. Here's to more yet. ♥
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Ah! I see people are starting to add last lines to that meme where you list the first lines of your most recent 21 fics. (Why 21, btw, does anyone know?) That is most excellent, as that's what I was planning to do anyway because I struggle more with conclusions than with openings—or, well, maybe that's not true, because committing text to a blank Word document can be terrifying, but at least I tend to spend more time crafting last lines. Or being prouder of them when they're right. Knowing when to get out of a story, and how, is hard. And it goes hand in hand with figuring out what the story's title is, since both involve articulating the point or the theme of the whole piece.

Which is why I found thingswithwings' ruminations on her first lines so interesting; for her, the opening lines are the thesis lines. The story you're about to get in a sentence. That is impressive. For me, they've been more or less intended to get people to keep reading until the good stuff comes. I perused my opening lines after reading twings' post and couldn't come up with a unifying theme. Some are statements of action, some are lines of dialogue, many include "when" or "as" or other clunkyish ways of combining an action with a mention of what else is going on, some are short, some are long. You can tell my first lines are not consistently good when they're only occasionally the lines I pick for the story's LJ cut text or AO3 summary section. But a few I really do like on their own.

Here are the most recent 21—which, by the way, comprises about a third of all the fics I've ever posted, ha. Favorites are *asterisked.

First lines )

See, and then last lines. I think there are some fic writers who do killer last lines. Like helenish. Read Blush (SGA) or Pants on Fire (Inception) and admire. Everything gets pulled together in that last paragraph and makes the whole story you've just read come alight in a new way. And half a dozen other people I can't remember right now, who probably include thingswithwings and Pru.

But the craft of killer last lines and a citation list of examples is a big topic for a night that is not tonight. For now, here are my most recent attempts. Again a bit of a mishmash—some click in the way I always hope I'll be able to figure out but only sometimes manage to; more are blah "they walked off into the sunset/fell asleep/lived happily ever after/etc." types or just generally feel like Concluding Sentences instead of more satisfying kickers or twists. There does seem to be a pattern in that the majority are short.

I wonder how well this part of the meme works if you don't have the context of the story that led up to each last line. Hm.

Last lines )

Thoughts? On these, or yours, or others who do it well, or...?
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And then I wrote a follow-up flashfic thing. Which maybe this time is actually sexy.

Title: The night is dark and full of dreams
Fandom: The Vampire Diaries
Pairings: Elena/Stefan/Klaus
Rating: Adult
Word Count: 1,200
Content notes: Some issues of consent, albeit in a dream; double penetration.
A/N: Written for Porn Battle XIV for the prompt, "Elena Gilbert/Klaus Mikaelson/Stefan Salvatore, share," and posted there. Follows In This Together, but you don't have to read that first. This one is also related to ep 3x5, "The Reckoning."

Elena dreams about that night in the gym. )
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It is a melodramatic, cliché-ridden fic where the emotions possibly pinball around from paragraph to paragraph, but whatever! I wrote a thing! A thing which I have been meaning to write since a year ago this month (I think) when I saw this episode, no less. Because someone had to write this alternate scene, by God. Never mind that it is a Porn Battle fill that is 95% not porn.

Title: In This Together
Fandom: The Vampire Diaries
Characters/Pairings: Stefan/Elena and Klaus
Rating: R
Word Count: 2,822
Summary: Aliens Klaus makes them do it. Alternate take on the gym scene in 3x5, "The Reckoning" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l0swGevEbo). First several lines of dialogue are from the ep.
Content Notes: Noncon of the sexual and mind-control variety; voyeurism.
A/N: Dashed off for Porn Battle XIV for the prompts "school, compulsion, voyeur"; originally posted here. Since I was going to write this for *cough* Porn Battle XIII and then the "hypnosis/mind control" square on my Kink Bingo card last summer, let's also call it an amnesty fill.

'All I wanted was your allegiance. Now I'm going to have to take it.' )

ETA: Follow-up fic with sexier sex: The night is dark and full of dreams
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When the universe implodes tomorrow, I hope you don't get sucked into the screaming maw without knowing that despite averaging only 6 posts per month in 2012, I have, as always, loved hanging out online (and in some cases at cons/in person) with you. <3 Also, let it be known that I made these things this year.

2012: the year of Starships, con.txt, Vividcon, all of Battlestar Galactica, the end of House, kinky birthday party snacks, great variety in fannish output, and an absolutely baffling YouTube video response to Masters of War that was just barely coherent enough to make me wonder if it was real (be sure to read the whole commentary; with random [livejournal.com profile] toft_froggy insult, wth).

Previous Roundups
2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006

Fic – SGA, Beauty and the Beast, House )

Meta – House, SGA, DS9, con.txt, Vividcon )

Vids – 10 vids in 9+ fandoms )

Art/Graphics – Vampire Diaries, Cruising, House, original )

Misc. – kinky snacks in multiple fandoms/nonfandom )

Fics: 2 (+2 amnesty)
Meta: 6
Vids: 9 (The 28 Days Later vid counted for last year)
Art/Picspams: 5
Crafts: 6

Word count: 8,100 fic + 22,940 meta = 31,040
Minutes: 23:21
Fandoms: 13 main (+1 million for Starships)

That's one more piece of writing and 3,500 more words than last year; two more vids and nine more minutes; way more art and crafts; and about the same number of fandoms, not counting Starships.

Gen: 8
Slash: 6
Het: 2
Mixed/other: 3

Not a bad distribution.


Fanwork Resolutions )

Happy almost-end of the world December to you!
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Four months later, I finally wrote the last section of this fic. And that makes Bingo. Whew.

Title: After the Enchantment
Fandom: Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Characters/Pairings: The coat rack, Lumière/Babette the feather duster, Mrs. Potts, a dessert spoon, Belle/various
Rating: R-ish
Word Count: 3,200
Summary: Kinks six of the inhabitants of the Beast's castle might've developed.
Contains: The kinks listed below, plus perversion of a beloved childhood movie, a few historical liberties, and elaborations on characters who aren't my property.
Thank you: To [livejournal.com profile] anatsuno for fixing my French in the first line, and to [livejournal.com profile] synn and [livejournal.com profile] deelaundry for helping brainstorm the last section.
A/N: Written for the "objectification kink" square on my Bingo card. If we were playing onion layers bingo (or doing a simultaneous double line, which would have been great if any of these other kinks had been on my card), there'd also be exposure/exhibitionism, wax play, silk/velvet/feathers/furs, sensation play, pervertibles, watersports, food, oral fixation, voyeurism and gangbang. Maybe a touch of animal play. Whee.


Laurent doesn't think of himself as a naked coat rack until the Beast starts hanging clothes on him. And then taking them off. )

Comments and concrit are always welcome.
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This month's mini-challenge at [community profile] kink_bingo is "all you can kink," a.k.a. How Many Kinks Can You Stuff Into One Fanwork? (Insert joke about kink fisting/stretching here.) Lacking the time and/or focus to create something new right now, I took a look at preexisting stories and learned that my personal record for number of distinct, [community profile] kink_wiki-recognized kinks contained in a single fanfic appears to be about 18.

(The mini-challenge may have inspired the creation of a spreadsheet to find out. There may have been illustrative bar graphs. Please don't judge me.)

The honor belongs to Upside Down and Inside Out (also on the AO3), an SGA Santa Madness story I wrote a few years ago for companion in kinkiness [livejournal.com profile] sabinelagrande and which was subsequently podficced—for Kink Bingo, even—by Sabine herself. As though anticipating this mini-challenge, one of the first comments on the fic was: "How did you get all of that into that space? Holy skamoly."*

It's odd; before Kink Bingo came along, I didn't really think in terms of individual kinks that could be strung together to make a story. I wrote what I thought was hot, or interesting, or to explore something I'd seen or heard about. The stories were all quite kinky—my early writing is filled with bondage and toys and pervertibles and breathplay and issues of consent, etc. etc.—but except for maybe bondage, the elements didn't always stand apart, like how I just categorized them, you know? Then Bingo happened, and the fic-writing process changed. Kinks got quantified. Kinks became a basis on which to build a plot. I haven't been able to shake that way of thinking ever since.

I'd like to think and write more about that one day, but the point here is that "Upside Down and Inside Out" fell somewhere in between the two story-building methods. Sabine's request included 11 kinks, and I wanted to include as many of them as possible. That meant thinking about which of them combined well and how they might lead to a scenario. The brainstorming went something like: "If John and Rodney [one of the requested pairings] are in a room because aliens demand they perform a ritual [check AMTDI off the list] that involves John tied up and hanging from the ceiling [ditto suspension + bondage], and if John's been switched into a woman's body through offscreen shenanigans and he wants Rodney to take him out for a spin anyway [gender play + bottom!John], then Rodney can do stuff like spank and finger him while he's hanging there [spanking], taking control and talking all the while [dom/sub + verbal humiliation/dirty talk]…"

The story took shape like puzzle pieces fitting together. I rounded it out with more stuff I thought was sexy, yet it wasn't until this week that I realized how many other kinks got folded in there. )

Comments? Thoughts? Questions?



*You will see the irony of this when [livejournal.com profile] deelaundry, who left that comment, posts her mini-challenge fill in the next few days.

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