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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Pt 11
Rating: R, for violence
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which everything ends.

Happy reading. If you'll excuse me, [personal profile] leupagus and I have some drinking to do.
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Title: Disentanglement
Rating: R, mostly for language and douchebags
Summary: (The Social Network) After the abject shitshow of Palo Alto, Eduardo's plans are to stop proving his father right about all his life decisions, shut up, graduate, and keep abusing the slow-healing wound from Mark's knife in the back until all the scar tissue is numb from dead nerve endings.

Nobody is more horrified than I am that I ended up writing this.
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It's about teenagers, battlebot competitions, and borderline grand theft auto. Even better, it's in graphic novel format, illustrated by the MARVELOUS Faith Erin Hicks, and we'll be posting it online until it's print publication date in May 2013!



The first section is up today for your reading pleasure, and we'll be updating every day Monday through Friday going forward. Go check it out, tell all your friends and anybody you hate enough to force them to read it, obviously.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 10/?
Rating: R, for melancholy and the threat of violence
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George gets another kiss, there's an interlude in the Met file archive, and John thinks they should clear the building.

ETERNAL THANKS and HATRED goes to [personal profile] leupagus, who edited this monster twice because after I sent her a massive file to beta she said, "No, brah, this needs to be at least a third longer."
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Ch 9/?
Rating: R, for doctors and coppers and journos, oh my!
Summary: In which George gets a kiss, John has a choice between a crying wank and awkward sex, and the Lyall Street house gets a visitor.

Happy reading! And many, many thanks to [personal profile] leupagus, who completely ignored my pathos when I talked bleakly about how much I hated this chapter.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Pt 8/?
Rating: R, for sex and death
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which Sherlock's cuffs all have buttons, the housekeeper seriously has the wrong idea, and Mycroft has to do this, he really does.

Many, many, many, infinite thanks go to [personal profile] leupagus, who is the bestest at rooting out moments when I overplay my hand.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 7/?
Rating: R, for Irene Adler
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George demonstrates culinary skills, practical mean girl behavior, and a hidden knack for pulling batteries out of cars.

Enormous, enormous thanks to [personal profile] leupagus, who betaed this despite being hellaciously sick, and then got for her trouble a mostly insane chapter that was written under the auspices of multiple bottles of wine. She is the greatest.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes pt 6/?
Rating: R, because we're going from Great Game to a Scandal in Belgravia
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which there is no last pip, Mycroft doesn't rest O negative and a car battery this time, there are shots fired in Belgravia, and we meet Mummy Holmes.

MANY THANKS again to [personal profile] leupagus, who heroically juggled many ladies despite a shortage of dicks.
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Title: Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 5/?
Rating: R, for The Great Game
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George hates bombers, everything's not fine, and Mycroft likes to watch.

Happy reading! And apologies in advance, I'll be traveling next weekend so no update until the following one.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 4/?
Rating: R, because of George and Sherlock this time.
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which John gets into George's shirt, so does Mycroft, and Sherlock isn't afraid of her breasts.

Happy reading! And thanks again to [personal profile] leupagus who tackles each one of these edits with the grace and maturity to write [heh] next to phrases with "cum" in them.
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Thanks to everybody who sent me sparkly Valentines gifts, as well as [personal profile] mklutz and [personal profile] thehoyden who combined forces to make me an object of speculation and mockery at the office today by sending these beautiful suckers around. )
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 3/?
Rating: R, for George's job.
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which they go to a restaurant that [profile] lazlet wisely noted, "Oh, God, you're right, he would hate this place," George is spared Sherlock's rough affections because poor Dimmock gets them during Blind Banker, and unicorns are still extinct, no matter how much George needs one.

For the record, I think the completed version of this will probably clock in somewhere between 70K-80K, so guessing eight chapters in total. For everyone keeping count at home, total wordcount on my file is currently at 47,912. That's 47,912 words when I probably should have been sleeping.

Anyway, happy reading!
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 2/?
Rating: R, for all the swearing I did while transcribing A Study in Pink
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which Boris Johnson makes a surprise appearance, Sherlock seriously fragments his harddrive, and almost nothing happens.

Happy reading! Thanks again to [personal profile] leupagus for her careful editing on this.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 1/?
Rating: R, for Sherlock. And Lestrade. And Mycroft. And John.
Summary: (BBC Sherlock) If ever a people deserved tasering, it’s Holmeses.

This is my, "What if Gregory Lestrade was Georgiana instead?" exploration, seeded by insomnia, encouraged ruthlessly by [personal profile] mklutz, endured by [profile] twsomething and [personal profile] thehoyden, and thoughtfully edited by [personal profile] leupagus, who is probably still shaking her fist at me for scamming her into reading this story.

Happy reading, part 2 is in the can and should be coming next week.
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This will not come as a surprise to anybody who knows me at all, but I am very much an East Coast girl, so recent Family Upheavals that have forced my hand and credit card toward West Coast destinations have been somewhat unsettling, to say the least. Still, I spent the first two weeks of January divvying my time between the Bay area and LA and it's been real.

Pictures for the curious. )

Of course.

Jan. 4th, 2012 07:22 pm
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[personal profile] leupagus: Also apparently Benedeuce Cucumber is going to be in the new Star Trek movie
[personal profile] rageprufrock: what? no.
[personal profile] leupagus: Don't look at me
[personal profile] leupagus: Tumblr is wetting itself
[personal profile] rageprufrock: playing *what*?
[personal profile] rageprufrock: he's already playing a dragon in the fucking hobbit movie
[personal profile] leupagus: Probs some Vulcan
[personal profile] rageprufrock: the marriage of sldkfjsdf
[personal profile] rageprufrock: omfg
[personal profile] rageprufrock: YES
[personal profile] rageprufrock: LET HIM BE A VULCAN
[personal profile] leupagus: HAHAHAHA
[personal profile] rageprufrock: YET ANOTHER CHARACTER I CAN SHIP SPOCK WITH OTHER THAN JIM
[personal profile] leupagus: Oh Pru
[personal profile] leupagus: Pru Pru Pru
[personal profile] leupagus: You are
[personal profile] leupagus: so
[personal profile] leupagus: terrifyingly
[personal profile] rageprufrock: that was a great U turn, right?
[personal profile] leupagus: predictable
[personal profile] rageprufrock: my brain was like SCREEEECH YES.
[personal profile] leupagus: WAIT VULCAN? TURN THIS FUCKING DISAPPROVAL AROUND
[personal profile] rageprufrock: ACCURATE
[personal profile] leupagus: That's one of the many things I love about you
[personal profile] leupagus: You're super judgmental but it's really easy to make you into a hypocrite
[personal profile] leupagus: BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH IN STAR TREK UGH - wait what
[personal profile] rageprufrock: i'm just easy, in general
[personal profile] leupagus: But who knows maybe he'll play a space dragon
[personal profile] rageprufrock: great.
[personal profile] rageprufrock: ruin it why don't you
[personal profile] leupagus: Haaaaa
[personal profile] rageprufrock: now i'm back to disapproval
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For anybody craving one of my classically GIANT episode reviews for Scandal in Belgravia just chokka with spoilers, hurry on over to the [community profile] slashreport comm. Spoiler for the review: I don't actually like the episode that much.
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Dear Body --

Let's talk. I know that in our long years together, I have not been particularly good to you. Between the constant barrage of guilt and judgment, the vast oceans of alcohol consumed between the ages of 17 and 25, and the occasional cigarettes (+ half pack from last week) and you know some other stuff whatever I have not been the greatest of caretakers.

But let's get this straight: if I get sick now, if I get sick less than 18 hours before I get onto a plane to go to San Francisco and cry and sleep and finally exhale for the first time in forever, you and me, we're through. I'm moving to the astral plane and sleeping on Snape's couch.

Am I being clear?

Good. Now, let me go moisturize something.

Kisses, Pru.
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Tell me about a story I haven't written, and I'll give you several sentences from that story.
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Thanks so much to everybody for your kind birthday wishes, and thanks especially to [personal profile] patrese1 for generously gifting me a year of DW time!

So far, 27 looks pretty much like 26, except odd-numbered. Maybe this smarter with age thing happens in increments -- so tiny I won't even notice until I find myself turning down that fifth shot, even though it's free. But you know, unlikely.

The real question is: next time this year, what country am I even going to be in?

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