Fic Graveyard Post #7: NCIS/SPN sequel

  • Aug. 24th, 2009 at 1:50 PM
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So I wrote Shadows Keep On Changing which is a McGee/Dean story and [ profile] exitsign wrote the immediate sequel i'm just giving you a warning.

I had originally planned to write another story wherein Tim & Tony end up getting together over the haunting of Tim's sister's place...

Sequel to NCIS/SPN xover )
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Title: Shadows Keep On Changing
Author: carleton97
Pairings/Characters: Dean Winchester/Tim McGee
Rating: NC17
Category: slash
Word Count: 1780
Spoilers: none, pre-series for both shows

Summary: He's James Dean cool in denim and leather and Tim wishes more than anything he hadn't squealed like a girl when he'd spun around.

Notes/Warnings: I started this for the [ profile] ncis_flashfic "Supernatural" challenge, but couldn't finish it in time. It's mostly just sex, kids. The planned sequel, otoh... well, that's mostly just sex too.

there are more things... )

Now with added sequel! i'm just giving you a warning

You know what I hate?

  • Aug. 4th, 2003 at 12:34 PM
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Writing plot.

I've had this idea for an Once a Thief/Invisible Man crossover floating around in my head for awhile now becaue they're both slashtastic, crazy spy shows. The only trouble is, getting Darien and Bobby up to Canada requires all sorts of plotting and, worse than that, follow through. I can't just dump them in Canada, work out the problem in their relationship, introduce crazy sex into said relationship, then end without solving the mystery they're up there to solve.

At least I managed to talk myself back into Mac & Vic having an established relationship. Writing two fledgling relationships plus a crazy plot would just drive me crazy.


Having had some time to reflect, I stand firm in my opinion that, Peta Wilson and her faboo costumes notwithstanding, LXG was a steaming pile of manure. I find I cannot agree with a single choice made. The direction and storytelling were awkward and some of the character choices were supremely inconsistent (Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde, anyone?), the script was stilted and ridiculous and full of useless dialogue, the editing was atrocious, the music was mediocre, and the acting - dear god, the acting - was... for the most part there aren't words.

LXG was worse than Dungeons and Dragons and pretty much on par with Valentine and Dracula 2000. It was that bad.

Yay for Davey!

  • Jul. 4th, 2003 at 12:46 AM
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[ profile] ruggerdavey wrote a cute as hell Greg/Nick story. Go, read it.

She is also marveously kind hearted and expressed a vague interest in my embryonic x-overs, so here is a snippety thing (it's actually the first scene) from

dS/SN )

I was also going to post some IM/OaT stuff, but this post is long enough (a) and (b) it's way rougher than I imagined.


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