angelgazing
31 March 2008 @ 05:14 pm
gladly  
1) This amuses me beyond all reason.
2) Seriously, why did we have to stop filming Jensen Ackles during the writer's strike?
3) I'd have watched him read a phone book, if it came down to it.
4) Oh, god, I want funny J2 fic now
5) I think I'll keep pretending I don't not being an rps fan. Like, totally.
6) I still blame [livejournal.com profile] luzdeestrellas.
 
 
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angelgazing
07 January 2006 @ 09:13 pm
the prompt trading post  
Howdy, y'all, and welcome to Getting Good: The Prompt Trading Post! come on in and take a peak at the rules. Just remember, kiddies: ain't no harm in bartering for what you want.


Concept/Rules:
     Everything here is simple enough, you want something you give something for it. Just like it was back when, before the times of cash monies. Only with fic, because the world loves it, really, it just hasn't learned proper yet. You comment here, and I'll give you a prompt--could be anything, a phrase, a quote, a picture, lyrics, a song--and you write something for this prompt. Then, when that's all done, you post either the story or a link to it here, along with a prompt of your very own. Once some business pops up, you can roam around, write for a prompt someone else gives. And you may be thinkin', 'But Ma, this ain't no different than all the others is' and you'd be wrong. Cause around here, you write for a prompt, you get to leave a prompt. Any kind of prompt you want.

The rules are simple enough: anything goes but stealing. You can write any fandom, slash, het, gen, rps, fps, g, pg, fan rated adult only, that rating that Hollywood thinks fan writers have stolen from them, crossovers, original fiction, 100 words, 1,000 words, 10,000 words-- I think you get the gist. Any prompt you see lying around is game to play with, though do please try to respect the views, opinions and likes of the prompter, and prompters, always thank your promptees!

Really now, the only rules are this: You gotta write for a prompt to leave a prompt. And you gotta play nice with the others.

So, let's go friends, have some fun.
 
 
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angelgazing
18 December 2005 @ 04:31 pm
please, fellow ljers, let this be known as a line I will not cross  
Sunday three four!

(1) I had a dream that Anderson Cooper was whatshisname* that wrote Stealing Harry and ordered, from Amazon.com a red sweatshirt that said, 'The children are waiting' in sequins. As decoration on a sequin tree. And, I respected him for it.

(2) This really, really must stop.

(3) And I need to catch up on the second year of Lancoon's Children, for I fear I am way behind.

(4) Also, unrelated to all of the above, someone should really be reminding me that I can't write plot. Because my sesa thinks it's going to be all plotty, and Peter thinks he's going to get an absurd amount of story time, and Remus just thinks this is the exact same story I just wrote, only with a different location. Goddamn it.



* Yes, yes, I should know his name. Sam something, I think? To be fair, I couldn't tell you who writes [livejournal.com profile] shoebox either and that's the only other WIP I will follow.
 
 
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angelgazing
17 December 2005 @ 03:28 am
in which I will, in fact, talk a subject to death  
I've said it before, you know, many, many times, and I don't think that people really believe me. But for me, the prettiness is just a bonus. I swear to god, people, it's his mind that I am in love with.

Here, have a sample of why:

It’s odd, perhaps, that the fancy young Mr. Cooper would have this aggravated outsiderish sense. But it goes well with his self-deprecation. Take the night a few years back that he talked on-air about the inevitable (and deeply misguided) offer from Playgirl to pose nude: "The last thing America needs to see is my pale skinny little chicken legs running around. Maybe I could pose for American Poultry." Funny stuff, coming from a man whose hot-and-heavy devotees have littered the Internet with ga-ga fan pages.



Took a nap earlier and dreamed that I dreamed that I was dreaming. Make that one make sense. And no, as it turns out, I haven't gotten anything done tonight. Woo for unproductiveness! Or something!

Now, why does LJ make my icons so much darker than they're supposed to be? Why is it so hard to get a good shot of Anderson smiling? Why, why, why? ::weeps::
 
 
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angelgazing
13 December 2005 @ 03:18 am
I do the same thing (I get lonely too)  
(1) Anderson Cooper's blog from Iraq. Seriously people, I'm in love with his mind and his writing and his mind.
(2) I realized tonight, however, that Anderson Cooper has the exact same mouth as Josh Charles.
(3) He does.
(4) This is no way whatsoever made me think Anderson Cooper/Dan Rydell.
(5) Because that would be wrong.
(6) One House/Wilson fic is done! Yay!
(7) Still two more [livejournal.com profile] slashfest fics to write and have betaed before Thursday.
(8) ::weeps::
(9) But does anyone feel like volunteering to do the beta thing on it?
(10) [livejournal.com profile] luzdeestrellas excluded, for obvious reasons.
 
 
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