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J the Cliche
26 March 2008 @ 04:17 pm
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I miss my writing terribly. I've settled with K here in Kansas, and we're both currently working at Blockbuster (as well as intending to move into an apartment next week) but with no hope of the Internet for at least another month - at least where posting porn is concerned. Sigh.

I missed filmatleven's birthday, and I feel guilty because of the nice comments. Therefore, filmatleven, you are welcome to request any Harry Potter pairing and I'll write you a nice little porn ficlet for it.. to be posted as soon as I can (or not porn, though most people would prefer it I assume). Which may not be very soon, but, alas, it is as much as I can manage as of now.

Someone give me some prompts based on those given to me for James/Al (as posted here) so I'll get off my lazy ass and write something. Got a setting, situation, or kink you want to see the boys do? Suggest it and I'll see what I can do. It'll give me something to do on my non-Internet-going desktop. I doubt my coworker A wants me writing gay porn on his computer. :B
 
 
Current Location: A's apartment
Current Mood: boredbored
 
 
J the Cliche
16 February 2008 @ 05:57 pm
 What I detest most about moving is not the journey, but the packing.. and loading all of one's belongings in a truck in the harsh Florida heat. I'm starving, and K looks as though she'll fall over very soon. Before us lies 1000 miles with our dog crying/howling, the birds and cat cramped on our laps, our destroyed car bobbing on its pull on the back of the Uhaul, and my rabid sexual attraction to K's brother (who is driving us)... all the way to Kansas. Oh, boy.

I shall say it now -- we're off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of Oz...

I promise I'll have porn to post when I get Internet access back. Until then, you all stay sexy and beautiful, alright? :D (And, Janine - we had to give the cellphone back. I love and miss you, babeh. ;_;)
 
 
Current Mood: crankycranky
 
 
J the Cliche
07 February 2008 @ 10:40 am
I am decidedly more kinky than I thought.

And very addicted to watching K play Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland on the PS2.

And struggling to finish another James/Albus oneshot involving sneaking into a Christmas Ball in dresses.

And, it should be noted that my landlord is a rude old coot. I was half tempted to pray that he fell and broke a hip on the way out, but perhaps I’m not *that* much of a Slytherin.
 
 
Current Mood: mischievousmischievous
 
 
J the Cliche
03 February 2008 @ 12:19 pm
Title: Kiss Me
Author: J the Cliche
Rating/Warnings: G; contains brotherxbrother incest
Summary: Albus wants to know what James's homework is. James wants a kiss.
Notes: Written for 100quills, to the prompt Talk. My table can be found here. :D

“Tell me about learning magic,” he pleaded...Collapse )
 
 
 
 
J the Cliche
03 February 2008 @ 01:36 am
This is the 100quills table for my James / Ablus Severus claim. Because judging from the little bit between them in Deathly Hallows, if James said there was sugar in his cock, Albus would believe him and try to suck it out. ;P

No, really, Al; it's pure sugar. Have a go at it - you'll see.Collapse )
 
 
J the Cliche
03 February 2008 @ 01:23 am
This is the 100quills table for my James/Regulus claim. Most find my adoration for this pairing odd. :D

Of Lockets and SnitchesCollapse )
 
 
J the Cliche
02 February 2008 @ 10:12 am
 Waiting for my mother to show up so we can go shopping. I'm moving with K to Kansas in a week, and so my mother is going to shower me with things before I leave central Florida. I don't own anything but flip-flops and t-shirts, so it's quite appreciated. 

My icon is of HHH and Jeff Hardy (obviously) both of whom are going to be in that "No Way Out" match in a few weeks - along with HBK and CJ, and a few other wrestlers I have yet to dig. Hunter/Jeff, Hunter/HBK action? I MUST SEE THAT PPV!  
 
 
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
 
 
J the Cliche
01 February 2008 @ 12:04 am
I made the mistake of watching Nip/Tuck again this week despite how irate I was over Gina’s death (I refuse to mark anything as a spoiler from a television show – you’ve either seen it, or you don’t like it) and was rewarded with quite a stomachache for my troubles. A crazy plushie-making grandma filling a competitor with stuffing until she killed him, then piercing his eyes with plastic teddybear ones? Oh, Nip/Tuck, you slay me with your squicky villains!

Gina’s funeral cheered me up, at least. Not to mention the previews for next week’s show, which is sure to contain more humor to break the intensity the season’s last couple of episodes generated – it’s been a very crackish season overall, and I’m not certain how I feel about that. Though, to be honest, as long as Julia kicks the bucket I’ll be content.


Also - Viva Pinata has captured my soul yet again. I made a few icons for K's journal.
 
 
Current Mood: pessimisticpessimistic
 
 
J the Cliche
27 January 2008 @ 12:28 am
When I was about 14, I published my first fanfiction on ff.net – it was a Yu Yu Hakusho oneshot, involving Hiei, Kurama, and a mary-sue I named “Hikari.” Despite its 2000 words, it contained very little story and was instead one large block of fangirling text, in which I described the history between Kurama and Hikari and how they’d fallen in love. Needless to say, I deleted it not long after – and before that, I received quite a few very harsh reviews.

But those reviews did something. At the time, they seemed harsh and out of line, and completely destroyed my motivation to ever write again. But as time passed and I started to write again, I realized something had changed: I was writing better. Gone were the grammar errors, the needless author notes and mary-sues, the complete lack of plot – I was taking the advice of my “flamers,” and writing with style, putting in far more effort than I ever had before. I went out of my way to make sure that my fanfiction was good – I didn’t want the excitement of getting a review be slaughtered by the realization that it was someone else who had begun bleeding from the eyes because of my writing. I was afraid of future reviewers – and that drove me to put effort into perfection, so I would never again delete a story and cry myself to sleep because I thought there was no hope.

And when I posted my story, I realized something else – though I was afraid of reviewers, I was also very confident in what I wrote, because I put effort into it. I didn’t spend fifteen minutes typing random shit and placing it on ff.net expecting people to love me. I had put my heart into it, and even if people didn’t like it, I knew I still would because I’d worked to get it as good as it was.

Which is why I never review anything without complete honesty. Because every writer deserves that respect. That sharp honesty from reviewers that will allow them to flourish, instead of sink them under false compliments and mollycoddling.

And if I'm an awful bitch for that, then so be it. I would rather be the "flamer" than the one to contribute to the complete destruction of a writer's potential by lying to them.

J
 
 
Current Mood: disappointeddisappointed