lotesse: (downton_beauty)
Because that is a thing I do sometimes!

Avatar: The Last Airbender s1-s3, Legend of Korra s1 )

Dragons: Riders of Berk eps 1-4 )

Downton Abbey 3.01 )
lotesse: (httyd_hiccup)
yay fic!

We murmur first moonwords
How To Train Your Dragon/The Secret of Kells crossover
{unlikely friendship, secrets, and culture clash}
Summary: Brendan finds a Viking boy with a broken metal foot on his doorstep; geek solidarity conquers all.
3913 words, general

at the AO3
or behind the cut )
lotesse: (httyd_dubious)
An unforseen consequence of falling in love with the Avengers: rereading Stargate fic now gets me picturing Jack O'Neill interacting with a large florid blond chap in a red cape. This also happens with How to Train Your Dragon fic, but I don't entirely mind the idea of Hiccup & Company invoking Marvel!Thor as their god. They would like him.
lotesse: (httyd_hiccup)
Post a random sentence (or three whole paragraphs) from every WIP you're currently working on, even if it's very short. Then invite people to ask questions about your WIP. With any luck, you'll get talking about writing, and the motivation to take that WIP one step closer to completion will appear as if by magic!

How to Train Your Dragon/The Secret of Kells crossover - two rare animated fandoms for the price of one! )

Tortall, Arram/Ozorne powerplay )

Steve/Tony up!against!the!wall sex )
lotesse: (httyd)
I am taking the day off. The Boy is off, and my class this morning was canceled, and amazingly enough I don't have any major deadlines to meet for the next two weeks. Of course, then it will be the end of the semester - but today is mine, at any rate, to do whatever I like with! At present that means reading fic. Later I think it will mean going to the movies. Paul, maybe, or something else. There's Metropolitan Opera this weekend, and I'm excited about that!

Watched How To Train Your Dragon again last night - I am in total imminent danger of picking it up as a new fandom. It's so many things that I liked in kidlit - moppetty little boy makes good, and the sweetness of the animal friend story. Not to mention the lovely lessons in anti-disablism and nonviolence and forgiveness and the ability to befriend those who aren't exactly like yourself. And Hiccup is a great protagonist, between the sarcasm and the quick wits and his underlying sweetness.

I would not be at all surprised to find myself writing it. Or at the very least offering for yuletide next year.

daughter of the sea, oregano's first cousin

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