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**Last Updated: 9/16/2014**

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Fic: "Three Strikes" (The Devil You Know)

Title: Three Strikes
Fandom: White Collar
Characters/Pairing: Peter/Neal, implied Peter/Neal/Elizabeth
Rating: Explicit
Contains: Slavery, sexual slavery, extremely dubious consent, spanking, figging, rimming
Word count: 5300
Summary: Three of Neal's misdeeds are discovered on the same day. Peter isn't happy.

Notes: Part of the Devil you Know series. I still intend to write more fic in this series that majorly drives the story forward, but this is just a kinky piece about Neal getting in trouble.

The trouble started when Peter realized he needed to pay his credit card billCollapse )

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Title: Freedom Bound
Fandom: White Collar
Characters/Pairing: Neal/Adler, Neal/Peter, Neal/OMC
Rating: Explicit
Contains: Slavery, abuse, very dubious-consent
Word count: 10,500
Summary: Neal has been Vincent Adler's prized slave for years, but he has a secret: he's planning to escape, and make a new life for himself using Adler's money. When an FBI agent starts to investigate Adler, things get complicated.

Notes: Written for wcpairings for nywcgirl. This was supposed to be a short, simple slavefic in the 2-6k word range, but somehow it grew, or my plot proved to be more ambitious than I realized. Also, I had a very bad cold last week, and had less time to finish and revise than anticipated, so many thanks to Elrhiarhodan for letting me delay my posting date a little.

Neal was pretty sure he was the only slave in Manhattan who was being fitted for a bespoke suit.Collapse )

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Meme: DVD Commentary

elrhiarhodan startedt his, and I've seen it floating around my f-list a bit, so I decided to do it, as well.

Pick a passage from my stories, up to 500 words, from anything I've written in my LJ Masterlist and on AO3 (AO3 is more complete right now), and comment to this post with that selection (including a link to the story being excerpted). I will then give you a DVD commentary on that snippet: what I was thinking when I wrote it, why I wrote it in the first place, what's going on in the character's heads, why I chose certain words, what this moment means in the context of the rest of the story, awful puns [perhaps], and anything else that you'd expect to find on a DVD commentary track.

If you would like to ask about multiple stories, that's awesome. Please post the passages in separate comments so that I can respond coherently about each one. :)

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What does it take to cheer me up after a long evening battling seasonal allergies? News that Lucifer has been renewed!

This is super exciting. I've escaped the heartbreak of becoming invested in a fandom too early. No way of knowing how long the show will last, of course, but at least this season won't be it.

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Okay, so, I've managed to get really into the new Fox show Lucifer. And now I'm really nervous about whether it's going to be picked up for a second season or not.

It took a few weeks for the show to grow on me. I started with episode four, which I only watched on a whim because it was on after The X-Files, and it kind of annoyed me. But I decided to give it a try for a couple more weeks, and now it's grown on me so much.

It's kind of an odd show. I haven't really read the Lucifer comics much (I'm mainly familiar with the character from Sandman, which is one of my favorite series ever), but I can tell that this seems like an adaptation in name only. Turning the story into a police procedural and making Lucifer a freaking consultant seems like a silly and frankly lazy choice to me considering how common crime procedurals are. The procedural aspect isn't even all that great, to be honest. I haven't found any of the cases too interesting. The attempted UST between him and Detective Chloe Decker also feels really formulaic to me.

Considering how even network TV has gotten a lot darker and boundary-breaking than it used to be, and how it's tried to jump on the bandwagon of antihero shows like Breaking Bad, Lucifer is surprisingly tame and dorky so far. I mean, Hannibal really pushed the limits of what's acceptable for Network TV, and you would kind of expect a show about the literal Devil to do the same. But while Lucifer does have moments where he's genuinely creepy and actually seems dangerous, he's mostly played like a petulant party boy who does stuff like bribe his way out of speeding tickets and smoke pot. And as much as he talks about wanting to punish people, we never actually see him do anything very bad. He's pretty tame, which isn't a bad thing, but sometimes the show does seem like it doesn't quite know what tone it's going for. It reminds me a little of Torchwood in that respect. Like, are we supposed to see the half-assed demon face Lucifer sometimes flashes to scare people with as genuinely threatening? It looks like something out of a kid's show.

But the thing is, I really love the show so far. It's flawed, but I love it for the same reasons I loved Torchwood and love White Collar. It's fun. It's funny. There's banter and charm ridiculous situations. It's always this type of show, which I feel like I shouldn't necessarily like this much, that worms its way into my heart and puts down roots. I mean, I probably sound fairly critical of it, but I really do love it more than it probably deserves.

And Tom Ellis is so great as the main character. He does sell both the creepy and playful sides of Lucifer very well.

And this is why I hate getting into shows in their first season. I don't want it to be canceled. :/

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Smut Swap letter

Hello! This is my letter for Smut Swap!

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Star Wars!

I was very determined to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the theater. I saw Episodes II and III in theaters, and I wanted to continue the tradition.

This created a dilemma, however. I don't particularly enjoy going to the movies. I'm very easily distracted, and people moving/making noise near me while I'm trying to watch something bothers me. I'm not someone who enjoys being a part of an audience. Normally, I would have waited a few weeks for the crowds to die down more. But I'm working full-time now, and I'm on vacation at the moment, so I didn't want to wait too long.

As it so happened, I had a doctor's appointment on Tuesday morning, and it was right across the street from the movie theater. So it seemed like a pretty convenient opportunity to go to the 10 AM showing.

I ended up getting in line for my ticket at around 9:40, and the place was already getting pretty busy. I was really disappointed that I didn't have time to get popcorn. The concession line was so long it was ridiculous. But I probably saved myself an extra $15. The theater was surprisingly busy for a weekday morning, and I had to sit closer to the front than I would have liked. Overall, it worked out pretty well since I had most of the row to myself.

As for the movie itself....

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Technology Woes

On Saturday night, our lights were flickering strangely and the neighbors' power went out entirely. I have no idea what was wrong, but four power trucks came out and we're working for hours.

At 3 AM, they were still working and I was ready to go to sleep. Just as I was starting to doze off, the power went out.

Now, I cannot rest in a pitch dark room. I've always been a little bit scared of the dark, and I'm a big horror fan. When my bedroom is pitch dark, I start imagining things. I didn't want to light a candle and risk the fire hazard (I had enough trouble lighting my menorah last week), so I rigged a flashlight as a sort of night light.

Both cats were spooked. One was skulking around with her belly close to the floor, and the other wanted to be cuddled.

Finally, at 4, the power came back on. But now there was a new problem: the cable and internet were out. We decided to give it a little time.

At 8, my mom woke me up because she was trying to call Verizon about the cable. I was a little under the weather to begin with, and with only four hours of sleep, I wasn't doing great. I didn't get back to bed until 11 or so.

A Verizon technician finally came out, but it turns out the problem is that the power company actually cut the cable cord. The technician didn't have the necessary tools and said someone else would be out. We're still waiting. My Internet access is limited to public wifi.

With luck, this will all be resolved this afternoon. If it's not, then I won't be able to make it to the White Collar rewatch.

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This was probably a bad idea...

...but I'm doing NaNoWriMo this year.

I'd sworn NaNo off a couple years ago because frankly, I'm not that motivated by wordcount-based writing challenges and I'm not that fast of a writer. But a friend asked me to go to the local kick-off party with her and I didn't really want to go if I wasn't going to participate. And with my new job, I've gotten out of sync when it comes to writing, so doing NaNo seemed like a good way of trying to develop a writing routine.

So far, things aren't going all that great. I managed to bang out 2000 words on the first day, but haven't gotten much done so far. Work was crazy last week, and I was planning to use the past couple days as my catch-up days, but I've been stressed out and not doing that great due to non-writing reasons.

I'm going to hang in there, though. I think it's highly unlikely that I'll win, but this has been a good excuse to start the novel that I've been wanting to work on for months.

The only bad thing is that this means that my WC WIPs are on hold at the moment. I'd wanted to get more slavefic posted before November started, but oh well. In the coming weeks, I'll see how serious I am about trying to win NaNo. If I decide to do things more casually, maybe I'll get some other writing done, too.

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