( Jan. 2nd, 2011 09:58 pm)
Title: Perfectly Gratified
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: R
Warnings: explicit, long sex
Word count: 1833
Summary: Keith teaches Peter that not all things must be enjoyed at breakneck speed.
Notes: This is probably the purest (and longest) smut I have ever written. There is a bit of character development hiding in there beside the dash of plot. Despite that, this story represents what I feel is a very important aspect of Peter and Keith's relationship. I hope you all enjoy it. :)

It is the slow, torturous sweep of Keith's tongue along his collarbone that sets Peter shuddering... )
( Nov. 21st, 2010 07:55 pm)
Title: Restless
Fandom: original- memory thief Verse
Rating: PG
Word count: 841
Summary: Keith and Peter spend a quiet night in. It doesn't precisely go off without a hitch.
Warnings: none
A/N: Halfway through Dan and Terry's costumed fic, but I thought I'd share a quick cuddly piece first. :)

They had the night planned perfectly. )
( Nov. 7th, 2010 10:42 am)
It's a good thing there was no reason for me to wake up today. I completely forgot about the time change, which made for a nice hour of reveling, lounging, reading and generally wasting time once my phone reminded me. I can't think of a better way to have started the day!

I've talked quite a bit about NaNo on here, or over at [livejournal.com profile] nano_haven , so I figure it's about time I admit what I'm actually working on. It will probably never be posted here in its current form, for a variety of reasons not the least of which being that it needs quite a bit of editing, but it seems kind of likely that you'll see it eventually. I'm working in the Memory Thief verse, following the separate lives of three different characters.

Malachi, Peter, and Seth... )

Aside from working on NaNo, I'm also kind of doing a ridiculous amount of writing. I'm working variably on fills for [livejournal.com profile] shkinkmeme (which I would totally link you to, if anyone is interested at all; they range from fluff to incredibly horribly dark, and pre-established relationship to settled down), as well as plotting out a short zombie fic (remember Trent and Yuri, anyone?) and poking at Something to Believe In. I also updated my master list, so it is now completely accurate and up to date.

Aside from that, I am studiously ignoring my philosophy paper and refraining from thinking to pointedly about all the research I need to finish for my UW. I'm pretty sure I need 5-8 more sources for my annotated bibliography. D:

Also, my roommate and I actually have plans to hang out. She's obsessed with Masterpiece Theater and has finally figured out what channel it's on here. As it just so happens, Masterpiece has been playing Sherlock for the past two Sundays and the final episode is tonight (how in the hell I missed this, I will never understand). Point being, we're watching together! I so need a Sherlock icon...And I'm also using it as an excuse to re-watch the first two episodes
( Sep. 12th, 2010 11:03 pm)
...kay. So I was opening random unfinished stories today and I hit on one that I think is pretty good and just needs some tweaking and an ending, but I'm not sure it's right. I'm not sure if it will fit smoothly into the Memory Thief Verse canon, and I'm not sure if this is how Theo and Seth's relationship has really been portrayed so far- if I've got the reactions right- and I'm not sure if their relationship can take this. If Theo can take this.

Erm. Basically, I would totally love another opinion. Anyone want to read over it for me?

Erm... also. I just had a nice conversation with my roommate about how I write gay romantic fiction. And she wants to read something. So now I have to find something that won't embarrass the living hell out of me to show to a girl I'll be living with for the next year.

I am equal parts terrified and thrilled.

Edit: I can't figure out what to show her. There's no easy way to introduce her to the genre! Practically everything I've written is dirty, cliche, and/or involves sex toys! >.> Maybe "How to Survive a Family Gathering"? or These Shocking Options? What about one of Weylin's stories?
( Sep. 12th, 2010 12:29 pm)
I finally finished all of those prompts on the Drabble Fest post and thought I'd collect all the stories in one place. So here are the links!

Sudden Downpour (Terry/Dan, PG, 200 words)

Feeling Unwell (Peter/Kieth, G, 297)

Fantasy Material (Glenn/Marik, NC-17, 2253)

Evil Overlord (Kevin/Egan, PG-13, 516)

Cuddling (Kevin/Egan, NC-17, 616)

Triplets (Aiden/Caden/Hayden, Egan/Kevin, PG, 385)

Thanks to all the prompters! If you have any other ideas you'd like to offer, feel free to go back to the Prompt Me! post and let me know!
( Sep. 11th, 2010 10:37 pm)
So, naturally when I posted earlier I forgot to even mention the thing that's been overwhelming my brain for the past- at least day. We'll say the past twenty four hours.

I have tentative plans to expand the Memory Thief verse into this year's NaNoWriMo novel, and as such I've been doing a lot of brainstorming about the world in which it was set. Thinking about things like, when did the powers start showing up? What was the initial reaction of the public/government/church? What kind of prejudices were there, what kind of fear? What kind of institutions were put in place to protect the public and to protect those who were coming into the spotlight as having super powers? Etc. A lot of pondering on the political and social reaction to the slowly increasing population of people who possessed super human abilities.

The current topic of choice is about Subject Zero. Who was the first person with a power that came into the public light? What happened to him? Was he decried as being a hoax? Captured for testing and experimentation? Shunned by society? Loved? 

In thinking about these topics I tried to consider what has influenced me writing about these topics and what sort of literature there already is about something of this nature happening to the world. My goal is not to recreate something that someone else has already explored, but to explore the concept for myself and come up with a complex world that has reacted to and adapted to this new evolution of men.

Yes, I think way too seriously about these things sometimes, but it's been most entertaining and quite an exercise in creative thinking. I'm having a lot of fun and hope that whatever the novel ends up being like this November (if I do choose to participate, given the limits on my time as a first year college student) I will have enjoyed writing it and come out with something I am proud of.
( Jul. 9th, 2010 11:36 pm)
Posted a quick story today at [livejournal.com profile] petite_soeur . Sparring, 791 words, rated R. Set in Memory Thief Verse.
( Jun. 11th, 2010 09:54 pm)
Title: About Time
Fandom: Memory Thief Verse
Rating: PG
Warnings: none
Word count: 1059
Summary: Peter should have known all along hiring Keith was a good idea.

A/N: I wrote this for [livejournal.com profile] petitte_soeur , where the standing challenge was "colleague/co-worker." I've been meaning to write a story on Peter and Keith ever since I posted Zack's story, and this was the perfect opportunity to do so!

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( May. 2nd, 2010 03:19 pm)
Title: Early Morning Truths
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: PG
Warnings: remembered violence
Word count: 1145
Summary: Theo can't sleep. Sometimes the world is just too much.

Notes: You were probably expecting the next part of The Nature of the Bond. Well... that will come soon enough. Meanwhile, this development in the memory thief verse has been waiting for a long time.

It was the shifting that first caught Seth’s attention; the carefully calculated jostling of the covers, which dragged him to consciousness. It wasn’t until the warmth shifted away as Theo shimmied to the edge of the bed that Seth opened his eyes, half-lidded, to watch his lover. )
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You may be thinking: wow, how ridiculous, she's posted four times in one day! Well, let me explain.

Due to recent reflection on the amount of time I spend browsing livejournal and refreshing my friendspage, searching for something interesting instead of actually writing, I decided to institute a new bit of scheduling last week. I'll be around on Wednesdays and weekends. The rest of the time, I'll spend those would-be-wasted hours on writing lovely stories and actually finishing things. I'd say, given the success of this week, this new time management holds some promise. So if I don't respond to something really urgent you've posted, it's not because I don't love you! It's only because I haven't seen it. Please bear with me.

In other news, I was discussing the Memory Thief Verse with a friend (Will) the other day and he said something to me that I'm pretty sure I knew, but hadn't given much thought. I made a comment about how the social and political implications of the universe had grown frighteningly complicated. He returned that it was so complex that I could write more than just slash, if I so desired.


Yeah. Well- obviously, right? Right? This came up as I mentioned an idea I had for another Memory Thief Verse story (also I just noticed that abbreviation is MTV, and thus I will never be able to seriously use it. *sadface*). All the ones so far have focused on the good aspects of society. Masked and co, doing good for the Super community, Seth and the Night Watchmen keeping peace, Theo and the BCIP upholding the law; but what of those- for lack of a better term- supervillians? I think of them as the generation that was left behind. Those kids who got their powers before society and/or the government was ready to deal with them. Essentially their lives turned to shit and no one could fix that. Naturally, not all of them were that forgiving to the world that abandoned them.

So- this may or may not have morphed into potential novel material for November. I'm totally psyched and also terrified, I'll be honest.
Title: A Lesson on Control
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: swearing, hand-jobs and a bit of electric play. Fun, and not extreme.
Word count: 2330
Summary: Miles promised to help Zack do better on his next practical exam, but Zack didn't realize exactly what Miles meant when he said he'd "tutor him." He doesn't mind the surprise when he learns exactly what his power can do to Miles.

Notes: For the lovely people who brought this up over on Zack's introductory post. I blame you guys. Tagging it 'fetish' at [livejournal.com profile] holidaysmut . I think it fits. ;)

"Zack, it's not a big deal," Miles said... )
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[livejournal.com profile] grimm_psyke  did this, and it looked pretty interesting, so I thought I'd do it too. It's pretty long and I rambled some at the end. *toddles off to bed*

A Writing Meme... )
Warning: The below material contains potential spoilers for my Memory Verse series. Planning, character outlining, background info etc, all of which may or may not prove to be in the final canonical version o f the next story. However, should you be interested, feel free to browse, give feedback, and throw in your own ideas.

We begin with Peter. )

And that's all information I hope stays pretty consistent and would like to sneak into the next story. Somehow. >.<
( Mar. 5th, 2010 09:44 pm)
Title: These Shocking Options
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: About five swears and high school boys. Mostly fluff!
Word count: 3135
Summary: Zack always thought he was normal. Visiting Masked with his best friend Miles reveals evidence to the contrary.

Notes:This story is still dedicated to Will- for laughing with me over the idea of 'Zack Zap'- even though he's being distant and kind of horrible at the moment. He stopped.  [livejournal.com profile] holidaysmut  prompts best friends and superheroes!

BUT ANYWAY. Story Time:

“Redhead, in the white top.” Miles pointed out toward the dance floor and Zack leaned to look, nearly falling off his bar stool in the process. )
( Feb. 21st, 2010 04:29 pm)
Title: In Times of Need
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Intense situation, mugging,
Word count: ~940
Summary: Someone attempts to mug Theo. Though Aether is not by his side, he discovers that he is not entirely defenseless. But maybe it would be better if he was.

Notes: This story kind of breaks my heart a little bit. I had really intended to write on an entirely different topic, but this scene has been with me from the Verse's creation, so I guess it was finally time it got out there. [livejournal.com profile] holidaysmut  prompt Superheroes!

“I’ll be fine. Go save the world.” )
( Feb. 20th, 2010 03:52 pm)
I thought I would post a bit of pre-work dabbling I did when putting together the Impromptu Conspiracy story. I like the banter and interaction between the boys, but this snippet is far from polished.

In the beginning... The Story of Terry's Offer )

In other news, I signed up at [livejournal.com profile] story_lottery . A mistake? I hope not. With any luck it will be fun and motivating rather than stressful. It's pretty low obligation, so I'm looking forward to it, even if I'm not entirely successful.
Title: Aim to Please
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse Bandom Subset thing. What?
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: implied sex, bandomlike qualities and silly boys
Word count: ~7700
Summary: Impromptu Conspiracy doesn't understand why their manager, Terry, believes so firmly that they will be successful, especially because they can't seem to pull together an album. Will things be improved or worsened by the introduction of new guitarist Adrian Ames? Cyrus isn't sure...

: This is the story I've babbled about forever. Part of the fun in writing this was coming up with song lyrics. \o/ This idea grew somewhat out of the 'Cherry' prompt from [livejournal.com profile] holidaysmut . Also, I do not generally condone the use of the term 'deflower' but for some reason it seemed insanely appropriate. Please forgive me. Adrian plays a purple fender, but no, he is not Dutchy. Promise.

“Betcha twenty bucks Cy deflowers him in three days.”  )

If you are interested, I have an unpolished snippet about the formation of the band and how they became involved with Terry up here.
( Jan. 25th, 2010 05:48 pm)
I really need to work on this whole 'getting waylaid every time I try to do something' thing that's going on. I am normally a semi-focused and controlled person. Today I can't remember what I'm doing. Writing a book report? Posting on LJ? Looking up Panic merchandise? Reading an interview? Listening to New Perspective play in another tab open to youtube? Considering going to the bank?

Oh wait. Writing a book report.

But first I wanted to post about how EPIC it is that I am writing songs in my head for this fictional band in the Memory Verse to play. The lyrics are questionable, in terms of quality, but  the sound rocks (too bad that's the part I can't convey to you all). So... The Beginnings of an Impromptu Conspiracy (as it is saved) is now nearing 5000 words. >.> Longer than I expected, but I'm pleased. I actually wrote female characters that I don't automatically hate! Adrian's older sisters are kind of mean to him, but it's all for his own good. Promise. ;)

Now... off to write that report.
Have you ever been in a situation where you have SO MANY STORIES you want to pursue, you end up not writing anything at all?

That's where I am right now- trying to decide what to work on. These are my options:
  • My book review for History, which does need to be written at some point today. It's kind of depressing, as the subject is the Holocaust, so I will probably be putting this one off until last. Hmph.
  • The Beginnings of Impromptu Conspiracy story I've got about 1700 words on so far. It's set before the band was successful, and while Jay was the only bassist they ever knew. Right now I absolutely love it because Adrian was just introduced to help the band actually come up with an album. 
  • The actual ImpCon story that prompted all of this, with the introduction of new!bassist Jaime and the ripples he causes within the band.
  • The tale of photographer/journalist Luke Bradshaw, why he has been banned from writing for The Streets, why he finds himself obsessed with the super Aether after a certain court case, and how these issues are resolved.
  • The story labeled Zack/Zap! on my flash-drive, about a high-school kid accidentally discovering his powers while visiting his friend (Peter's nephew) at Masked.
  • A story about Peter's romantic affairs and why he is a flirt.
I also have a small amount of other homework I need to work on, but primarily I think I'm going to write this weekend. It's nice to be productive sometimes.
This is a post about a certain exclusive club for supers, called Masked. Actually , this was the second story conceived in the Memory Thief verse, and is the first story chronologically speaking. It is the story of how Theo and Seth meet.

Title: Liability
Fandom: Original- Memory Thief Verse
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Memory!bondage/toys
Word count: ~2400
Summary: Theo encounters a very strong memory while visiting a club for supers. Help comes unexpectedly, turning a bad evening into something with a lot of potential.

Theo walks into Masked entirely unprepared. )




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