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I will understand if all the rest of humanity has read this, but just in case it hasn’t, I’m letting you know.

 

Draco Malfoy, the Amazing Bouncing…Rat?

 

This is the funniest thing in the world. Coming from an avid fan of both Pratchett and Wodehouse, that means, um, that it’s lethally funny. Sometimes I feel immeasurably sorry for people who don't read fanfiction.

 

Don’t say I didn’t warn you. It is of the world’s greatest travesties that it can’t be made into a movie without violating a thousand copyright laws. Stuart Little, who?
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This is it, folks.

 

I have discovered perfection. And my One True God Queen. And I shall proclaim myself her Messiah, and pimp her fics far and wide.

 

Behold, thy Goddess Maya and Her Miracles!

 

Coda to The Epilogue: Twenty Years Later. Chapter 1/ Chapter 2/ Chapter 3.

 

Hark, children! Heed my words. Here be thy Commandments.

 

 1. Thou shalt follow these links and read them.

2. Thou shalt recognize the author as thy One True God Queen.

3. Thou shalt print a copy of this story.

4. Thou shalt paste it at the back of the book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

5. Thou shalt take it as post-epilogue canon.

6. Thou shalt defend the sacred scripture to the death.

7. Thou shalt not suffer an alternate text to be pimped.

8. Thou shalt fangirl Her and offer Her your love in Livejournal comments.

9. Thou shalt ban Mpreg fics and burn those who write them.

10. Thou shalt forget 9# and not mention to Maya that Her Messiah included it in Her Commandments.

 

Amen.

 

This is a really obnoxious post, isn’t it? *giggle*

 

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Heck, everybody’s doing it, why not me? Seen at [info]mrsmosley’s and [info]annabtg’s livejournals.

When you see this, post a little weensy excerpt from as many random works-in-progress as you can find lying around. Who knows? Maybe inspiration will burst forth and do something, um, inspiration-y.

 

 

An attempted Monty-Pythonesque Harry Potter parody that never saw the light of day. Mainly because I was trying to copy Douglas Adams. Written before Deathly Hallows, but now that I think about it, it would tie in with the Hallows Quest quite well.

 

 

This has sat in my hard drive since 2005, and deserves an airing. It’s one of my favourite plot ideas, which means I shall keep at it once I get my Lily-voice back. A MWPP fic….kind of. A good deal of Time Travel is involved.

 


A fanfic based on a fanfic! How scary is that? I started this a year ago when I was all but fangirling Lynn M. Heck, I did fangirl her! She is brilliant and my favourite writer in the Lois and Clark fandom. Unfortunately she seems to have moved on to other interests. I loved her Butterfly Legacy, but the ending upset me so much that I decided to write my own Gillian story. However, I knew I could never put it up on the Message Boards because Lynn was out of contact and I couldn’t ask for her permission to use her characters and story. So I kind of abandoned it half-way. I kept it as a tribute to Lynn though, and over time grew to have a great fondness for it.

So folks, this is based on Lynn M’s story and Gillian is her property. I’m just playing with her toys 'cause she left them lying around.


 

An original work that should have been a short story. I’ve set it within Sri Lanka, most unusually for me. The Weerawansas are an old family in denial of the fact that the affluence and status they have enjoyed for generations are fast being depleted in the capitalist climate of the 21st century. They cling to their traditions while trying to balance it with their materialistic greed and Western infatuation typical of the Colombo upper-class bourgeiousie. The heir to this family, Ananda, falls in love with a simple, poor country girl, the family forces him to break it off and marry a girl of their own choice instead. Savithri, however, outwardly a proper Sri Lankan woman of duty and decorum, turns out to be the embodiment of liberal Western ideas and independence that incurs her in-laws displeasure and clashes with Ananda’s own ingrained sense of conservationism. An tale of how the cross-cultural divide can affect a union between families as well as a love story with an unusual twist.

 

I have a load of other plot bunnies but these are the only ones I’ve written down in a half-way coherent fashion.

 

So is my muse going to show up for this party or what? 

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