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My mutant babies... Erm, my fan fiction.

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The majority of my fan fiction was written for

Life on Mars

The Professionals

V for Vendetta



However, the fandoms represented so far, if mainly in cracky crossovers, include:

Apparitions (TV)

The Ballard of Lucy Jordan (song)

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Blake's 7

Doctor Who

Forever Knight

H.M.S Pinafore

Human Target (2010)

Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Mills & Boon

Monty Python's Flying Circus

Mr. Bean

Pirates of the Caribbean (film)

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)

Sapphire and Steel

Scooby Doo, Where are you? (TV 1969)

Sea Hawk (1940)

Sherlock (TV)

Star Trek (2009)

Time Machine - H. G. Wells

Torchwood


Yes, it's an odd list but I often get dared to write things. Yes, I was that kid. :D


My works are here if you were looking for something in particular . Please click the link.

IF for some reason you couldn't find what you were looking for, please leave a comment here and I'll try to help.


As ever, thank you for reading. ♥

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Comments

( 18 loved the handcuffs — Try the handcuffs )
sw33n3y
Aug. 10th, 2011 04:03 am (UTC)
Wanted to reply re. Ninety-Nine Yew Trees, but wasn't sure the story archive was the right place.

Loved the acceptance speech btw, but noticed you forgot to include The Pope and Dolly Parton. XD

Anyway, I'm sure you'll be amused to know I had an interesting delayed reaction. Most of the story focused on soft haired, unshaven, mussed up, vulnerable Bodie (which was it's own kind of "yum" as a departure from his usual form).

Then came the moment where he suddenly stepped through the door in full Bodie regalia, right down to the tight moleskins, clean shave and sharply cut jacket.

That little transformation time bomb went off today and left me with a serious craving for a Bodie dressed-to-kill fic of some kind. (Or even some Bodie boots-and-camouflage-to-kill shenanigans).

I tootled over to the Suit and Uniform Kink Meme, but got hopelessly lost. I could see plenty of comments, but no actual "Fills". Any tips for using SUKM and/or particular story leads would be fab.

Cheers :D
draycevixen
Aug. 10th, 2011 12:24 pm (UTC)

I think enough people are thanking the Pope... well, Dolly too for that matter. *g* I have a running joke with a mate about the Pope and Doris Day but that's a whole other kettle of insanity.

I like my lads to be uncharacteristically vulnerable now and again, as long as there's a good reason and well, that they don't stay that way.

I do very much see Bodie's fashion sense and apparent urge to always cover up as another variation on armour/uniform if you will, a way to protect and distance himself. I tend to play with that notion a lot, having him deliberately add layers/think about what he's going to where and the effect of it, even when it's not the centre of the story, like in Down to Zero.

Kink Meme, particularly multifandom ones, are a bit of a luck of the draw if the prompts get filled or not, unfortunately. I believe the mod there is collecting anything that's filled under the "filled prompts" tag.

You are welcome to make a post at T&SR asking for Bodie dressed-to-kill fics, although you might want to make it lads dressed-to kill fics.

Now all I have playing in my head is "Every girl's crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man." *g*
sw33n3y
Aug. 11th, 2011 12:41 am (UTC)
Yes I think the "uncharacteristic" line, in the right hands, can make for a really powerful story. The device was obviously safe in yours since NNYT engaged me in a way that H/C usually doesn't.

I scurried off to read Down to Zero and oh yes, master Bodie chainmailed up rather nicely, even if he did dilute the effect soon after with 15 pints! *g*

Thanks for clearing up the Kink Meme Q.

Oh forgot to say last post how impressed I was to hear that you'd run the hill..and survived! That's got to be another badge, right there! :D

draycevixen
Aug. 11th, 2011 03:51 am (UTC)

I don't usually go all out for H/C to this extreme (humour, angst, misunderstanding, jealousy, crack are more my things) but I knew how sharply I wanted Doyle to feel the betrayal and I couldn't see him hanging about unless Bodie REALLY needed help. I had long e-mail exchanges with my lovely mate halotolerant (a fabulous writer of Pros stories amongst other things) who's a doctor about how to damage Bodie badly without making it permanent. Weird, weird e-mails.

I dunno if it qualified you for a badge when you're 17 as everyone pretty much thinks they're immortal at that age. Oh and it wasn't during the competition, it was at night with a bunch of mates. We didn't want our parents to kill us either. *g*
sw33n3y
Aug. 11th, 2011 05:54 am (UTC)
I couldn't see him hanging about unless Bodie REALLY needed help

You have a good handle on the direction you want your stories to take. That must be half the battle as writer.

Oh I've read a couple of halotolerants now, so know where you're coming from on the great story front. :D

You must have mentioned the medical summits before I read NNYT because a little bell went off every time I hit a clinical knowledge reference. I was quite entertained by that. *g*
draycevixen
Aug. 11th, 2011 12:31 pm (UTC)

I think anyone who sets out to write a 12,500+ word story (last year's BB requirement) and ends up with something closer to 35,000 words better have a good idea of the direction they're taking. When I write short pieces, under 2,000 words I plot less. *g* I used to really like to flash slash before the com went dormant and then there's no time to think, only to write which is its own type of white-knuckle fun.

I think if you're a writer you tend to get to "know" your characters at levels you don't even necessarily write (what they'd eat for breakfast, what they'd think about global warming) and if you write fan fiction you make those decisions about other people's characters. That's what makes me a little nuts when someone in fandom declares that their reading of a character is the only correct one. After all, there are factual mistakes (Bodie is NOT French) and then the rest of it is how you interpret the characters.

I did all of my own clinical research and then had Halo check it for me. She pointed out that I had to watch my timing so he didn't die from a secondary infection and how to go about stabbing him so he'd survive. :D
sw33n3y
Aug. 11th, 2011 05:43 am (UTC)
Down to Zero ..reply
Hence lots of misunderstanding, jealousy and angst... well, almost always with a happy ending

Oh yeah, can imagine it would only be one degree of difficulty less than having a relationship with a double agent!

Gotta love those happy endings. They're what my little western narrative brain likes, anyway. ..That was one puzzling feature of The Samurai series I saw as a youngster - some episodes had a bittersweet, slightly sad ending.

draycevixen
Aug. 11th, 2011 12:33 pm (UTC)
Re: Down to Zero ..reply

I've written a few ambiguous endings and a few unhappy ones to stories in a series (I love a cliffhanger) but I've only written one unhappy ending in my fan fiction and that was in Life On Mars. Everyone lived, but it wasn't a happy ending. I must admit though that it was for a story exchange where my recipient had *asked* for an angsty ending.
sw33n3y
Aug. 12th, 2011 07:28 am (UTC)
Re: Down to Zero ..reply
Actually I would almost expect an unresolved ending, at the very least, for certain LOM fics. It suits the noir edge of that series.
draycevixen
Aug. 12th, 2011 03:07 pm (UTC)
Re: Down to Zero ..reply

It's quite common in the fan fiction, just not so common in my work. *g*
sw33n3y
Aug. 12th, 2011 11:55 pm (UTC)
Re: Down to Zero ..reply
Well really, who can resist a furry ending? *g*

Sam as a plushie! Too cute! :D
draycevixen
Aug. 13th, 2011 02:09 am (UTC)
Re: Down to Zero ..reply

My icon is just a canon based joke... but it did accidentally inspire my lovely mate Mikey to write fic where Sam is a furry. *g*
ride_4ever
Nov. 26th, 2015 04:54 pm (UTC)
I just now subscribed to you on AO3 when your link here made me realize I want that.

And you say you've written fic for fen "on a dare"... so I dare you to write something in due south fandom or else in the vaster Canadian Six Degrees fandom.
draycevixen
Nov. 28th, 2015 09:36 pm (UTC)
I have, on multiple occasions taken a dare from friends but only, unfortunately in this case, when I'm familiar with the canon through being at least a casual fan. I've only ever seen a few episodes of Due South years ago and I don't believe I've seen any of the other Canadian shows.
ride_4ever
Nov. 29th, 2015 12:09 am (UTC)
Hmmm...you've got Forever Knight on your list and that is very much a C6D fandom.
draycevixen
Nov. 29th, 2015 04:59 am (UTC)
*headdesk* I read this comment and thought how did I forget that Forever Knight was a Canadian show... and then I thought "but while I watched it, I've never written anything for Forever Knight." Cue more headdesking.

A long time ago there was a meme going around LJ where your mates nominated five different characters and you were supposed to write a short piece on how they lost their virginity. One of my mates, to be funny, nominated LaCroix so I gave it a go.
ride_4ever
Nov. 29th, 2015 05:38 am (UTC)
Oh my! How LaCroix lost his virginity! That meme " flist nominates five different characters and you were supposed to write a short piece on how they lost their virginity" was before my LJ time...would <3 to see that go around again.

And as for Forever Knight being C6D, not only by being a Canadian show, but also because Callum Keith Rennie *points to icon* who was due South's Ray Kowalski was in a Forever Knight episode.
draycevixen
Nov. 29th, 2015 06:08 am (UTC)
It was this meme: Name a character and I'll tell you how they lost their virginity.

It didn't actually have a number on it, that's just the number of them I wrote.

It did the rounds about 7 years ago I think. Like with a lot of other people many of my stories that got posted to AO3 had long since been posted here.

You could always start the meme up again if you wanted to take a crack at it. :D

( 18 loved the handcuffs — Try the handcuffs )