|our roads may be golden, or broken, or lost (elliemurasaki) wrote,|
@ 2013-01-01 01:26 am UTC
|Entry tags:||fandom snowflake challenge|
I love this one to pieces and nobody else seems to: Talitha Rising, in which Jo Harvelle is the righteous woman and Jessica Harvelle (played by Adrianne Palicki, just to clarify) is the girl with the demon blood. I should probably give it more than four days before complaining about its not getting love, though. And possibly write more of the 'verse. (There is so much more 'verse.)
I'm also quite fond of My Soul to Take. Mary's trying so hard to make sure none of the backlash from her deal lands on anyone else, and so relieved when her deadline passes with no harm done...
Bending the Truth was a lot of fun to write, even given all the trouble I had keeping names straight. I'm kind of curious who had the nerve to produce the first public piece of art mocking or opposing Firelord Zuko, though.
this story has a happy ending had to have that title. (Even if every time I see it I get Diamond Rio stuck in my head. I'd follow you to Timbuktu like Scarlett followed Rhett...) Because it does, but that part isn't, can't be, on the page. Not with such a tight focus on the Winchesters (including Jess) and their family tragedy.
The Moon Is Just The Sun At Night—the challenge was to change the species of the pairing, so instead of Ruby the demon and Anna the fallen angel, I did Anna the demon and Ruby the fallen angel, and I racebent it for kicks (for given values of 'racebent'—pre-hell Ana is part Spanish, part Ohlone, and I'm not sure how she thought of herself at the time but today I'm pretty sure we'd call that Hispanic; post-hell Ana is played by Julie McNiven), and quite a lot of bitter ex-Catholic came out in the fic but I think the new backstory makes both women plausible enough bitter ex-Catholics themselves that that's all right.
And that is pretty much my 2012 in stories I wrote that I like.