vr_trakowski: (inspiration)
I missed it.  :P  Blame a sleep hangover; three-day weekends always verstrudle* my sleep schedule.  But I'm putting up a few recs anyway.

the instinct to your charm by Sorrel--Jupiter Ascending, Jupiter/Caine.  A look at the movie through Caine's eyes.  Not quite the usual characterization for him, and all the more delightful for it.  My favorite JA fic by far, and I wish she would write the sequel she was considering, though I think she's moved on from the fandom (alas).

The Roger and Hyacinth series by Cincoflex--Harry Potter with OCs.  Two new students at Hogwarts post-Harry who become friends.  The HP world is so rich, and so open to in-depth exploration; it's a pity this hasn't got the attention it deserves.

The Original Naked Quidditch Match by Anya (Evilgoddss on FF.net)--Harry Potter again.  This thing is legendary, and hilarious; be warned, it was written before the series was completed, and is not what I'd call safe for work or small children.

Chicago Winter by Celli--UC: Undercover, and aren't we hearking back with this!  Talk about small fandoms.  This is a quick, charming little piece that I think Donovan himself would have approved of.

Cardinality by Mossley--CSI: Las Vegas, GSR.  Mossley is a legend among GSR fans; she seems to have withdrawn from the grid, which is too bad, but her fic lives on.  Her casefiles were unmatched, and this is one of her best and still a favorite of mine.  Trigger warning for lots and lots of blood, though.  Heh, this story is how I knew what the docs were talking about when they put me on warfarin...


*This is probably spelled wrong, but my dad (from whom I got it) hasn't given me a spelling I can find online.
vr_trakowski: (Eames/Tank)
Now, you all know I don't do slash, but this is very light on the slashiness, and the brilliance and sheer amusement factor outweighs any detriment for me.  [livejournal.com profile] scrie's The World as We Know It is an Inception/Reign of Fire crossover--yes, it is, and don't let the unashamed badness of the latter put you off. This is fun, well-written, and hilarious without being parody.  The Inception cast reacts pretty much as you might expect on finding themselves in the Reign of Fire setting, and the last line is perfect.  

Plus it has Eames in a tank.  How could I resist?  :P 
vr_trakowski: (Eames/Tank)
Now, you all know I don't do slash, but this is very light on the slashiness, and the brilliance and sheer amusement factor outweighs any detriment for me.  [livejournal.com profile] scrie's The World as We Know It is an Inception/Reign of Fire crossover--yes, it is, and don't let the unashamed badness of the latter put you off. This is fun, well-written, and hilarious without being parody.  The Inception cast reacts pretty much as you might expect on finding themselves in the Reign of Fire setting, and the last line is perfect.  

Plus it has Eames in a tank.  How could I resist?  :P 
vr_trakowski: (write)
I wish I could write more Law and Order: Criminal Intent fanfic.  I adore Bobby Goren, though admittedly I am several seasons behind due to the wrong sort of cable.  I wrote a few bits early on, but didn't really catch his true flavor. 

But much as I love both him and Eames--though I don't ship them--I can't think of any decent plots that I can actually carry out.  Part of the problem is that I don't do case files well, and what else is there?  Anything else would be long.  

One of the better L&OLCI fics I've read, among a very limited selection, was Piaffe417's Lost and Found.  It's quite a unique one, but works beautifully and makes a lot of sense.  How would Bobby react if he thought Alex was dead?  

I do plan to catch up, thanks to Netflix.  But it's a lot of seasons! 
vr_trakowski: (write)
I wish I could write more Law and Order: Criminal Intent fanfic.  I adore Bobby Goren, though admittedly I am several seasons behind due to the wrong sort of cable.  I wrote a few bits early on, but didn't really catch his true flavor. 

But much as I love both him and Eames--though I don't ship them--I can't think of any decent plots that I can actually carry out.  Part of the problem is that I don't do case files well, and what else is there?  Anything else would be long.  

One of the better L&OLCI fics I've read, among a very limited selection, was Piaffe417's Lost and Found.  It's quite a unique one, but works beautifully and makes a lot of sense.  How would Bobby react if he thought Alex was dead?  

I do plan to catch up, thanks to Netflix.  But it's a lot of seasons! 
vr_trakowski: (fanfic)
[livejournal.com profile] tres_mechante's gorgeous Al Robbins/Mrs. Robbins series continues with Water Lovers.  Sweet, insightful, gentle, and funny--what more could you ask for?  Go, read! 
vr_trakowski: (fanfic)
[livejournal.com profile] tres_mechante's gorgeous Al Robbins/Mrs. Robbins series continues with Water Lovers.  Sweet, insightful, gentle, and funny--what more could you ask for?  Go, read! 

Busy, busy

Feb. 16th, 2010 11:51 pm
vr_trakowski: (Green Laurel)
Chapter 13 of Green Laurel is posted (Iron Man, Tony/Pepper).  Also, I put in a quick Sherlock Holmes story at [livejournal.com profile] consulting_room, which [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex promptly sequelized; check 'em out, and [livejournal.com profile] tres_mechante's delightful Watson ficlets while you're at it.  

Busy, busy

Feb. 16th, 2010 11:51 pm
vr_trakowski: (Green Laurel)
Chapter 13 of Green Laurel is posted (Iron Man, Tony/Pepper).  Also, I put in a quick Sherlock Holmes story at [livejournal.com profile] consulting_room, which [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex promptly sequelized; check 'em out, and [livejournal.com profile] tres_mechante's delightful Watson ficlets while you're at it.  

*bounce*

Jan. 7th, 2010 10:35 am
vr_trakowski: (hat)
Gotta rec these.  Attention [livejournal.com profile] boubabe , [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex  and I kind of collaborated on Digest--I'm responsible for some of the dialogue, at least. 

And last night she posted Folly, which is for adults only.  *grin*  Sherlock Holmes isn't all about the slash, you know.  

*bounce*

Jan. 7th, 2010 10:35 am
vr_trakowski: (hat)
Gotta rec these.  Attention [livejournal.com profile] boubabe , [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex  and I kind of collaborated on Digest--I'm responsible for some of the dialogue, at least. 

And last night she posted Folly, which is for adults only.  *grin*  Sherlock Holmes isn't all about the slash, you know.  
vr_trakowski: (Noel)
In the spirit of the holiday, a review of some fine [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex Christmas fics! ;) Why not recommend your own favorites?

CSI:

Casa Caliente 7: Christmas Revelations -- Surprises abound for the residents of the crime lab. (NC-17)

Inn Trouble -- Once upon a Christmas, Grissom was Joseph... (T)

The Kringle P.O. -- Grissom's wish list. (PG)


House:

Tempered III: Tying One On -- It's time for House and Cuddy to open presents. (NC-17)


Iron Man:

Eden in a Box, Book 2
-- starting in Chapter 9. (NC-17)

Letters to Santa -- Collection of notes to the Big Man in the Red Suit. (PG-13)

Nutcracker (co-written w/me) -- It's a matter of trust. (G)

Order: Santalales -- Will Pepper be left behind this Christmas? (M)
vr_trakowski: (Noel)
In the spirit of the holiday, a review of some fine [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex Christmas fics! ;) Why not recommend your own favorites?

CSI:

Casa Caliente 7: Christmas Revelations -- Surprises abound for the residents of the crime lab. (NC-17)

Inn Trouble -- Once upon a Christmas, Grissom was Joseph... (T)

The Kringle P.O. -- Grissom's wish list. (PG)


House:

Tempered III: Tying One On -- It's time for House and Cuddy to open presents. (NC-17)


Iron Man:

Eden in a Box, Book 2
-- starting in Chapter 9. (NC-17)

Letters to Santa -- Collection of notes to the Big Man in the Red Suit. (PG-13)

Nutcracker (co-written w/me) -- It's a matter of trust. (G)

Order: Santalales -- Will Pepper be left behind this Christmas? (M)
vr_trakowski: (texting)
This appears to be a new author, but goodness knows if they were writing somewhere else previously.  The skill certainly implies it.  Step One by Aaron Cronin is a quick Iron Man story that manages to be both funny and touching at the same time--and that addresses an issue that often goes ignored.  Very clever, and a read that leaves me wanting more.  
vr_trakowski: (texting)
This appears to be a new author, but goodness knows if they were writing somewhere else previously.  The skill certainly implies it.  Step One by Aaron Cronin is a quick Iron Man story that manages to be both funny and touching at the same time--and that addresses an issue that often goes ignored.  Very clever, and a read that leaves me wanting more.  
vr_trakowski: (Default)
[personal profile] tres_mechante's Book Lovers.  Not graphic but definitely adult.  Marvelous! 
vr_trakowski: (Default)
[personal profile] tres_mechante's Book Lovers.  Not graphic but definitely adult.  Marvelous! 
vr_trakowski: (IM bunny)
First off, I want to recommend [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex's new Pseudonym to all you Happy Hogan (or Copra Cabana) fans out there. Even taciturn chauffeurs need love, and she supplies it perfectly!

Second, she's also mostly responsible for Feast, which is an Easter story only for the eggs as it misses the original point entirely. But it was fun to write. Please note, I am resurrecting my personal rating of Unabashedly Sentimental for this one. Previously unknown levels of fluff. You Have Been Warned.

Now, do I bother going in to work this afternoon, or not?

vr_trakowski: (IM bunny)
First off, I want to recommend [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex's new Pseudonym to all you Happy Hogan (or Copra Cabana) fans out there. Even taciturn chauffeurs need love, and she supplies it perfectly!

Second, she's also mostly responsible for Feast, which is an Easter story only for the eggs as it misses the original point entirely. But it was fun to write. Please note, I am resurrecting my personal rating of Unabashedly Sentimental for this one. Previously unknown levels of fluff. You Have Been Warned.

Now, do I bother going in to work this afternoon, or not?

vr_trakowski: (texting)
Ohhh, I've been waiting to rec this one!  [livejournal.com profile] cincoflex's stunner Clandestine, which will break your heart in the most bittersweet fashion.  Be warned: it is  Iron Man, Obadiah/OC (and what an OC!), and most definitely adult.  Yummy, yummy, yummy. 

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