Better late

Jul. 1st, 2008 05:49 pm
lyore: (Default)
OK, so remember how a couple of weeks ago, there was that drabble meme? And how I wrote most of them on the weekend I did it, but lack of Quality LJ time prevented me from posting? Well, here's the first lot. Better late than never, I suppose. (In my defence, life has been hectic, yadda yadda yadda... never changes. *sigh*)

Title: Babel
Fandom: Stargate SG-1
Wordcount: 100
Notes: For [profile] seldear, who wanted "Sam and Daniel being geeky". It turned out more angsty than geeky, sorry. Consider this post-'Threads', if you will.

Babel )

Title: Charades
Fandom: Star Wars
Word Count: 100
Notes: For [profile] _bluebells, who wanted "Han attempting to communicate with R2 without C3-P0 there to translate."

Charades )

Title: Priorities
Fandom: Supernatural
Word Count: 100
Notes: For [personal profile] deirdre_c, who wanted "Dean geeking out about Star Wars and Sam mocking him". This is sort of two mini-mini fics in one... hope you don't mind.

Priorities )

More coming soon...
lyore: (Default)
Like a lot of my flist, I was left slightly discontented by the ending of FotD. I was planning a post on the subject, but this came to mind instead...

Title: A Most Intriguing Proposal
Author: [personal profile] lyore
Fandom: Doctor Who / The Thursday Next series, and an implied guest appearance by another fictional archaeologist.
Spoilers: Spoilers for Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead, general spoilers for the existence of a certain literary agency.
Word Count: ~ 340 words
Disclaimer: Anything you recognise doesn't belong to me.
Summary: Post FotD, River Song's perfect existence is interrupted.
Author's notes: Unbeta'd, comment and concrit welcomed.

A most intriguing proposal )

lyore: (skywalking plain)
One of my New Years Resolutions is to write more fic. Let's start as we mean to go on, shall we?

Title: Simulation
Author: [personal profile] lyore
Rating: G
Summary: Skywalkers' have a great many talents, but flying in simulators isn't one of them. Two drabbles, one story.
Author's notes: Inspired by the discussion on this post.
Characters:Drabble One - Anakin. Drabble Two - Luke, Wedge.

Father )
Son )

Happy New Year, everyone!

lyore: (Default)
Title: Intersections
Author: [personal profile] lyore
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1,200
Genre: Gen - well, mostly. This is Jack, after all.
Disclaimer: Never mine.
Author's Note: Slight spoilers for Utopia. Thanks to [profile] bob_ette for the SPAG check, and [personal profile] eve11 for the beta. All remaining mistakes are my own.
Feedback is welcome, concrit is even better.
Summary: Even the longest of lives is made up of a series of moments... Five intersections in space and time where Jack and the Doctor parted, and the one time they didn't.

Five intersections in time and space where Jack and the Doctor parted... and the one time they didn't. )
lyore: (Default)
Title:The Browncoat
Author: [Bad username or site: @]
Pairing: None, this is pure, unadulterated gen-fic. Team-centric.
Rating: G
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Summary: SG-1 go see Serenity at the movies. Much discussion ensues, and Daniel discovers something about Teal’c – and Sam - he didn’t know. (Featuring: FTL101, Our Technology is Better than Your Technology, and How to Piss Off Your 2IC in Three Easy Steps.)
Notes: A massive thank you to [profile] redbyrd_sgfic for beta-ing this for me – it improved out of sight because of your input. Of course, then I went through and changed things, so any mistakes which remain are totally my fault. Also, thanks to [profile] bob_ette for doing a final read-through. Feedback would be marvelous, and concrit is even better.
Notes 2: OK, technically, Serenity was released in late 05, which would make it Season 8 of SG-1. For the purposes of this story, I’ve moved the release date of Firefly and Serenity up a few years, so the action in this story is set around early season four-ish.

Under the cut... )


lyore: (Default)

March 2009

891011 121314


RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Oct. 16th, 2017 09:58 pm
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios