I’m rushing to get this stupid story finished and edited by the time the third series airs. This would be much easier if this story would have stayed within the original word estimate (less than 20,000 more than 15,000). 18,000 words and counting and it’s not half done. Let’s hope it gets done in the next three weeks. If not I hope people will still be interested in reading a post-reichenbach story after the explanation is revealed because I’m going to finish this story even if it takes me 6 months.
Must. Stop. Procrastinating!
I know it’s a long shot, but I’m going to be in London from the 1st until the 20th of January (coming all the way from Australia) and I was wondering if there’s any of my fellow Mystrade shippers who’d like to meet for coffee or something? I don’t know the city well so I’ll be limited to places easily accessible by public transport. It could be fun to meet up and I know London’s a big place and real people have real jobs/uni/school so it might not be possible but I thought I’d try.
Is there a human out there who would be available to beta an in-all-likelihood poorly written Clint/Coulson fic I’m writing for the holiday exchange later this month?
double bonus if this is the start to a beautiful friendship
I’m available if you’re still looking for someone :)
I have some experience Beta reading and I would be happy to help
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(WIP)***-Safe Haven by Potrix
Gregory Lestrade and Mycroft Holmes, happily married and doing very well in their respective careers. But there’s still something missing, and they wouldn’t be Greg and Mycroft if they went about it like everybody…
Thanks for the rec! I really appreciate it, and I’m glad you liked it :)
A bill to allow same-sex marriages has been introduced to the NSW Parliament.
It seems likely the law will be defeated in parliament due to concerns about the rights of the states to legislate for marriage (which is generally seen to be the jurisdiction of the federal government). We’ll see how it turns out, but having the issue debated in parliament is a good step.
Looks really awesome :)
Thanks! It’s really fun to work with ink. It is amazingly messy, but that kind of adds to the fun in some ways. Although I did drop green ink onto my bedspread a few nights ago which was less fun.
I made this for my friend’s birthday a few months ago. She put it up on her wall. It’s too bad it got smudged because otherwise it would have been perfect.
A project I worked on a few nights ago reminded me of it. I don’t know why I keep working with ink and calligraphy, it takes such a long time and the red ink gets everywhere and the stains stay on skin for days. Although it does make for unique gifts and once you have the supplies it’s fairly cheap.
This is such an articulate answer to a depressingly common answer.
I’m certain that I’m not the right person to answer a question like that but I’m glad you thought my response was appropriate :)