fathomlessspite: (h/w)
( Nov. 29th, 2010 03:14 pm)
So yes I should be working, but I'm ill and cold and tired and don't want to (I doubt my lecturers are going to accept this answer when my essays aren't up to scratch though... *sigh*)

Anyway, what I have been doing is reading fic, sooo fic rec!

Title: Requiem At Dusk
Author: [livejournal.com profile] femmequixotic
Word Count: ~49,000, Rating: NC-17, Pairing: Snarry
Summary: Harry would do anything for his son, even follow in Orpheus's footsteps.

Notes: Post DH, and just amazing... I don't really know how to describe it, just read! It's fantastic :)
fathomlessspite: (ckr)
( Aug. 7th, 2008 12:02 am)
So I got my SGA Season 4 DVDs on tuesday *dances*, I of course watched all the special features first :) they were made of win, although they disappoint me every year with the commentaries.  I mean the ones with producers and directors are good and interesting, but it might be nice if a cast member had a go every now and again, the last one was like season one or two i think, cant remember.  But yay for Amanda Tapping, making them all look bad, she's on a good few, once I've watched all the episodes again (*grins some more*) I'll go back and listen to those commentaries, then maybe the others....

In other news I got some of my course books for next year delivered today.  I went with marketplace sellers because it was going to cost me like £200 otherwise, and this way it was about £60.  The most expensive one, also a hardback arrived today, paper ripped the shreads.  Why? Because they'd wrapped it in one layer of brown paper.  The cover is all damaged and it's all scratched where the paper was ripped open.  Ooo are they gonna hear about this on my customer feedback.

In fic writing news, I've realised I need a prologue for And All Over Again, which is a stupid thing to realise in the middle of (or near the end of) a story, but there was no other way t convey the information to the reader.  I contemplated a flashback, but it just wouldnt have worked.  So I no get to write young Harry & Draco right after the war :)  *gets to work*

And finally, a parting fic rec.  All I seem to be reading at the moment is Snarry, but there you go.  No Good Deed by Maeglin Yedi.  
Summary: After the war, Harry wants answers. Snape's willing to give them. For a price.
It's got just the right amount of angst, humour, romance(?? i always hesitate to use this word with Snarry, tension? not-quite-hate-filled sex?) as well as Harry showing some actual trauma, and (merlin forbid) a substantial injury from the war.  Brilliant fic.
fathomlessspite: (jack whatcdhappen)
( Aug. 2nd, 2008 07:25 pm)
Just a quick post to rec Once Upon a Time Turner by AbstractConcept/ the_con_cept
It's Snarry and I've totally fallen in love with it :)

Author's Summary: Snape decides he isn’t happy with the end results of the war, and starts over with a clean slate-and Harry Potter. But though he’s determined to change things, he isn’t expecting the biggest changes of all-the ones to himself.

Apart from a Harry whose exposure to the wizarding world and education has been dictated by Snape (*g*), my favourite aspect of this story (so far, as I'm only on chapter 5), is that you can see the direct contrast between canon Severus Snape (from book two-ish at the point I'm at) and futureSnape.  It's made me actually quite dislike canon Snape, noooooooo, I like his complete horridness, what has this story done to me??? :)

Anywho, I highly recommend this fic, go forth and read!!!

Once Upon a Time Turner - contents page

Title: Hate
Author: fathomlessspite
Characters: Severus Snape
Warnings: none
Rating: G or PG ish
Summary: Internal monologue/stream of consciousness of Snape’s thoughts after Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
A/N: This was written as a piece of transitional coursework for my A levels a year or two ago. Personally, it feels a little more ooc to me now than it did then, so let me know what you think!



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