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This is in no particular order (well, alphabetical more or less) just an archive of the things I've written. For my own amusement more than anything else.

Supernatural )

Harry Potter )

Heroes )

Crossovers )
krisomniac: (spn dean chews pen)
OMG, two story posts in one night. The world must be coming to an end.

Title: Like a Fiddle
Author: [ profile] krisomniac
Rating, Warnings, Disclaimer: PG. None. Sadly, none of this is mine
Spoilers: Through Lucifer Rising
Summary: Words and roads. Sometimes things fall apart, sometimes they don’t. Coda to 4x22
Wordcount: 1,200
Author’s Note: For the incomparable [ profile] deirdre_c on the occasion of the anniversary of her birth. You’re an amazing person, Dei, in life and in fandom. Don’t ever change. My only thought writing this was to give you happy, wrestling, post-finale Winchesters. I didn’t quite get there, but I hope you enjoy it anyway.

They were cruising on I-70, somewhere between hell and Pittsburgh, PA, engine of the borrowed car screaming in the afternoon sun )
krisomniac: (spn deanneck)
Whee! It's time for the repost and reveal. This was my contribution. :)

Title: Spare Parts (the Coincidence Happens Twice Remix)
Author: [ profile] krisomniac
Summary: Serenity is grounded and Kaylee can’t figure why.
Rating: PG
Fandom: Supernatural/Firefly
Spoilers and/or Warnings: none
Title, Author and URL of original story: Spare Parts by [ profile] theladyscribe
Wordcount: ~2500
A/N: Many thanks to my betas and handholders, [ profile] ignipies and [ profile] deirdre_c Thanks you and such creative source material to work with, this is probably the first story I've finished in more than a year.

Hey, kid, the woman says. She’s weathered like the landscape, wearing simple flannel over a shirt that used to be white. She has kind eyes and hands that can balance six glasses of whiskey across a barfight, over fallen drunks, without ever spilling a drop. )
krisomniac: (spn - castielharp)
First, a rec.

I spent the early morning reading [ profile] dotfic's The Syntax of Things, which I totally missed back in June, and its sequel A Better Fate than Wisdom. It picks up where season four left off and takes it to completely right places. It's Castiel/Dean, and makes it work with Jimmy, with dreams, with the distrust and complete openness that exists between them. At the same time, she manages to do more than justice to relationship between Sam and Dean at the core of everything.

Next, I started watching Dogma this evening. Good lord, I love that movie, and I would be such a happy fangirl if someone could find a way to crossover the two.

Third. I think I have mild acid reflux. This is new and unpleasant and might explain (along with the crazy schedule) why I've been losing weight recently? Not a lot, but disproportionate to the volume I've been eating.
krisomniac: (spn - deanapproves)
I realize I'm about the last person to mention that [ profile] remixredux09 has gone live.

I loved my story. Many thanks to whomever wrote it! It was a mix of one of the first SPN stories I ever wrote and so much fun to revisit. It got me thinking, in fact, that I should've been gutsier with mine. I think I was afraid to really take possession of someone else's work, so mine was more of a continuation of the author's story and less a remix-y remix. I think I might try again next year and really take the thing by the balls, so to speak. ;)

So go check it out: After All (Dying Whispers Desperate Murmurs Remix), (original here) it's dark and tragic and everything a remix should be.

In other news, I discharged most of my patients yesterday, so today was blissfully quiet enough to watch a movie. I just happened to be up to that moment in P.S. I Love You when JDM is introduced and despite my (unpopular fandom oppinion coming) not finding him particularly attractive in Supernatural, he gets my blood boiling with that sexy-horrible-fake Irish accent and guitar in this one.

I've been mainlining fic all day and LOVING IT. Congrats to everyone who finished the remix!
krisomniac: (spn metallcar b&w)
I just uploaded my current ballad of Sam and Dean to Sendspace and decided I'd share it on here for everyone else.

The Trapeze Swinger by Iron and Wine (from the In Good Company soundtrack. It's LONG- about 9 minutes.)

Please remember me, happily )


In music-related news, does anyone know of a program I can use to update my iPods (I have a 1st gen classic and a 2nd gen nano) that is NOT iTunes-- which messes up my entire file structure and tries to take over my computer so I've finally eradicated completely and refuse to re-install.

Or does Apple not allow such a thing?
krisomniac: (spn - castiel eyes)
I'm sure about about everyone has noticed this already, but Kripke SO planned this whole Dean/Castiel wing (HA) of fandom back in S1 when

Dean's first on-screen sex/canon relationship is with "Cassie": Coincidence? I don't think so.


krisomniac: (spn sampuppy)
Jkidding. I am not so much with the love of driving. However, after moving roomate into her new apt in NJ, our final destination is NYC and that makes me happy.

What's not on: snagging the bathroom to pee when you KNOW I have a mouth full of toothbrush. Last morning. It's the last morning of housemate-dom, and though I'll miss her, this is not entirely a bad thing. (Am I the only one who thinks it's VILE to spit in the kitchen sink?)

Was thinking a bit about the end of S4 with just a few bullet points )

Schmoop fic, yo

Saturday, 16 May 2009 23:43
krisomniac: (spn heart)
I charge you all to go make things right in the Winchesters' world at [ profile] thehighwaywoman's Schmoopfic meme!

It's glorious and wonderful and everything that I needed after that finale.

My own wee contribution is here.
krisomniac: (spn demonwish)
What are good, logistic reasons (other than two apparently completely different personalities and histories) for Ruby and Meg not to be the same demon playing the VERY LONG game to get back at our boys or bring about Azazel's end game? They didn't kill Meg, right? just exorcised her?
krisomniac: (scrubbs - hmm)
Although I'm often appalled by media bias in reporting, I thought that this article from the New York Times on drug compounding and the polo ponies who died in Florida was actually very well-balanced and representative of an issue that confronts veterinarians every day.

In other news, we did our lameness work-up on the horse assigned to us this week. He's a sweet old (20-ish) "Irish Sporthorse" (looks like a Thoroughbred/Clydesdale cross) who's quite lame on the right front (with clean radiographs), very easy to work with, people-oriented and affectionate. I really hope that he could make a nice pasture pet for someone and that this isn't the end of the line for him. :( Anyone want a horse?

I still haven't gotten over that show last night, you guys. You KNOW what I'm talking about.

krisomniac: (spn bobby)
First: HOLY HELL, guys, life got busy and stressful and cold this week when it had absolutely no business being so. I demand it stop immediately. I do not want to think about disability insurance and term life, repayment schedule for taking loans to cover an extortionist's tuition, final papers, radiology schedules, or searching old medical records databases. Thank you.

Second: HOLY HEAVEN, guys, our show. )
krisomniac: (spn deans not amused)
It was freezing and bloody SNOWING when I woke up this morning, and it's supposed to be near 80F by Friday. WTF, weather?

Re senioritis: I just dropped my 8:00am class at about 7:00am, because I didn't really feel like going and didn't need the credit. It's only four lectures. This is about the laziest I've ever been.

In other news, my senior seminar went okay yesterday (no voice shaking, few nervous giggles) although I kinda bored myself in the middle of it. That's never a good sign...

In other, other news, Happy Supernatural Day!
krisomniac: (spn - castielharp)
hot and cold )

As for next week's promo: I think I read that fanfic once. *g*
krisomniac: (spn saddean)
Woah, Nelly )

Okay. That's it. I am so pwned. Again. And next week's promo? don't even get me started.

Tonight, tonight

Thursday, 12 March 2009 18:30
krisomniac: (spn deansmile)
My favorite end-of-hiatus meme: When you see this, post a favorite SPN quote in your journal

"They're almost poetic. Actually, it'd be more of a limerick."


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