thefrogg: (Sephiroth)
Title: Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 6)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg 
Beta: none for this part
Disclaimer: Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people. Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings: weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary: Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury. Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach. Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.
Author's Note:  "//Speech in slashes is Japanese.//"

It hadn't been a clean skate. )
thefrogg: (Default)
Title: Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 5)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg 
Beta: lindra
Disclaimer: Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people. Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings: weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary: Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury. Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach. Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.
Johnny doesn't stir. )
thefrogg: (Sephiroth)
Title: Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 4)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg
Beta: None yet
Disclaimer: Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people. Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings: weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary: Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury. Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach. Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.

Johnny, are you there? )
thefrogg: (Angeal)
Title: Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 3)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg
Beta: None yet
Disclaimer: Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people. Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings: weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary: Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury. Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach. Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.

Moving Johnny to the bed is a lot more awkward than it sounded. )
thefrogg: (Default)
Title: Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 2)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg
Beta: None yet
Disclaimer: Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people. Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings: weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary: Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury. Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach. Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.
Tanith knocks quietly on the door. )
thefrogg: (Sephiroth)
Title:  Acceptance is a Four-Letter Word (part 1)
Author:  [livejournal.com profile] thefrogg
Beta:  None yet
Disclaimer:  Never happened, never will, and I don't own these people.  Although sometimes I wish I did.
Warnings:  weirdness (as if that's unexpected with me as an author), angst
Summary:  Johnny Weir refused to let go of his Olympic dreams, despite age and injury.  Five months before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, he stopped talking to anyone outside his coach.  Now he's in Sochi early, and the rest of his generation of skaters are determined to find out why the last of them still competing has gone missing in spirit, if not in body.
Author's Notes:  Am only hoping that this isn't...wildly OOC given the timeframe and circumstances (and my current lack of non-fanon knowledge of the people involved).  Since when is this news?  I can't believe I'm posting this.  I really really can't.

GaGa's The Fame Monster is playing, though at a reasonable level. )
thefrogg: (Default)
Ok, I did my meta recs list.

Here's my fic recs list, and explanation:

I have two categories of fic rec, and one hybrid.
  1. Fiction rec - a work in particular
  2. Author rec - anything by a particular author
  3. Fiction-by-Author rec - a particular work by a particular author - notable even among an entire library of that author's work. Most of these will have rather in-depth reasons why they should be read.
Again, I'll go ahead and say that not all of my recs here are going to be 'the best of the best' variety. I'm going to be honest with my assessment - they're my opinions, and not everything that's written is going to be exactly to my taste, even though they're listed here.

Rules to rec by:
  1. As with my meta recs, readability, coherence, and technical proficiency count in spades.
    1. The odd typo, transliteration error and homonym mixup are forgivable. I read a lot of fic by English-as-second-language authors, and some things don't translate easily.
    2. Any fic good enough to make me MISS the errors probably belongs on this page somewhere. Because it's damn hard to get those past me. (Most published authors can't.)
  2. They are very likely to hit my story kinks (not sexual kinks).
    1. I love long fic. They are much more likely to be memorable.
    2. Angst with good reason for it.
    3. Hurt/comfort
    4. Problematical ethics and/or loyalty. People doing the right thing for the right reason, damn the consequences, personal or intergalactic or anything in between.
    5. Out-of-the-ordinary format, point of view, structure, etc.
    6. Todd. Because everything is better with Todd.::hides::
  3. Probably obvious, but they lack things that turn me off of fiction.
    1. Excessive porn. If there's explicit sex, it's not there just for porn's sake.
    2. Excessive banter/snark. Sorry, I really don't like endless McShep sniping. I really really don't.
  4. They may have flaws, sometimes major flaws, but they're like coming home. Comfortable, heartwarming, a warm blanket to wrap myself up in when I'm sick and just want something to make me feel better.

Note: If you're on this list and I get something wrong (like your gender), please please drop me a note, comment, something, so I can fix it.

Also: [livejournal.com profile] slybrarian: I am not-so-quietly making off with your "Strangely Nice Ba'al" idea and running with it. I don't think he'll actually make it onto the Daedelus though. Right now he's cuffed to a bed in the SGC infirmary. I guess this means I need to go back and actually watch seasons 8-10.

Also also: LJ hates this post. Hates hates hates.



Fic Recs. I give up on this post. I'll post a different one for HP and SW:TPM and anything else I can come up with. )

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