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|Thursday, December 9th, 2010|
This is a Smallville/Mortal Kombat crossover i have been working on for a while now. For the longest time I had lost interest but with Smallville coming to an end and Mortal Kombat entering a renaissance of sorts, I decided to give it another go. It is basically what might happen if Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe occured within Smallville continuity.
R (for Violence, some nudity, coarse language and sexual references)
Pairings: Clark/Mileena, Bizarro/Mileenahttp://www.fanfiction.net/s/6453058/1/Kombat
Enjoy, reviews are love :D Current Mood: artistic
|Thursday, July 20th, 2006|
Sleep Deprived by easlydstracted
Hi, I'm new here! Thought I'd see how I fit in. Third fic ever posted is right below. If things go well, I'll link my other two as well. Here goes!
Title: Sleep Deprived
Rating/Disclaimer: PG/ The boys aren’t mine, but one can dream.
Pairing: Superman/Clark and Lex genfic (can be seen as preClex)
Summary: AU, Futurefic. Mostly Lex’s POV but some Supes/Clark in their too.
Can’t say much without killing it, so I’ll say this--> One needs sleep, the other is there, and drama ensues (sorry, but really it’s a short one).
Notes: This one is a weird one in the sense that the ending kind of leaves you wondering what the hell is wrong with the author. It’s not a deathfic! And it’s not a bad or happy ending. It’s just, uhhhhh, there. This is something I wrote a while back and was gonna give up on but I pulled it out and took a look, and had my beta take a look, and then </a></strong></a>vylit said it was her LJversary, an- well, here it is. For right now, it's a stand alone fic. Another stand alone may follow (if peopel request it) that can be read as is or seen as a second part.
Constructive criticism and comments=much much love. Seriously, I need to know about this one because it was in the discard folder for almost a year. I only pulled it out because I just couldn't let it go, and when I read it again and let my beta take a quick look, she convinced me to post it.
Oh, the switching of Clark to Superman to Clark etc. is deliberate. You'll understand if you read it.
Thanks to </a></strong></a>bwolsah for the read-through.
Current Mood: curious
|Wednesday, January 25th, 2006|
O/T I know but this is important
Since CBS wants to merge the WB and UPN into one station and get rid of their individual channels and it's inevitable that some shows will get cut and I don't want Smallville to be one of them so will you guys please go here and sign the petition I created to keep it on the air? Thanks:) Current Mood: blank
|Monday, June 13th, 2005|
FIC: "Fly with Clark Kent"
: Fly with Clark Kentauthor
: Keren Zivrating
: - facing the West like it's their only way out of this life. -Clex. Chlark. Clois. Clana.(they take you flying, too)
x-posted to denialcorp
I took a really strange and difficult style here. I switched between point-of-views freely, and I dropped pronouns like they were coals. Not at all my normal way of playing it out. You can view other examples of my style at my journal la_luna_negra
. My sole other Smallville story shows how laid-back I generally am, and some of my Lost and Alias stuff shows how intricate I can really make a narrative.
|Saturday, May 7th, 2005|
Hi. I'm new here and new at writing fic. I've got two: the first one a take on Clark's personality from a small boy's POV (could be Ryan, but I wasn't thinking about him at the time) and the second a take on Clark's and Lex's personality from Lana's POV.( NormalCollapse )( UnderstandingCollapse ) Current Mood: creative
|Sunday, February 6th, 2005|
|Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004|
Hi. I'm new...to fandom and to here. ...I hate first posts.
I just finished my first piece of fic for Smallville. I'm not sure how off I am from the show's canon, I haven't seen enough episodes to be sure of the way the whole meteor thing works and all, so...
It was supposed to just be about Lana thinking she killed her parents. It got somewhat odd and disturbing when I finished it.
Someone please review. I have the feeling I've gone horribly wrong with this one...( Watch Me FallCollapse )
|Monday, November 15th, 2004|
A Day on the Fringes (CLex, R)
I wanted acampbell
's opinion on this fic and she suggested this community, so here I am ;-)A Day on the Fringes
What's to say about it?Spoilers for:
SV second season, Nocturne Rating:
I 'submitted' Fringes
to the 'Blow it with feeling' challenge, but only because that challenge came around when I was ready to post the story, not because it was inspired by it.A Day on the Fringes( Read here to see how the story came into beingCollapse )
All in all I know that this story has its weaknesses as far as style and maybe continuity of that style are concerned, but considering that I didn't plan to write it in the first place I think it turned out pretty okay after all. *g* Current Mood: experimental
|Saturday, July 3rd, 2004|
Attention all DC comics Fans . . .
If you're interested in fiction about the DC comics
, please join asylum_foraloon
. It's a new community, but it's sure to be exciting and popular if you get enough people to join.
X-posted like your mama's midi-chlorians!!!
Note: The mod of this community is extremely knowledgable in all things Batman, if you want to discuss some really kickass Batman shite, then unite on this community!! Current Mood: excited
|Friday, November 21st, 2003|
gotta question here. im currently working on ideas for a smallville fic about lex. the problem is that people might think the plot is weird. so far, my idea goes like this:
a new girl comes to smallville. her name is autumn orion but people call her alexi(named after one of my friends-has nothing to do w/ lex). she has this messed-up home life. she and lex fall in love, but she dies in the end.
thats how i want my story to be anyway. what do you guys think? good or bad? Current Mood: thoughtful
|Monday, October 6th, 2003|
'Hymns of You'
I've finally braved posting here!! *g*
I've chosen 'Hymns of You'
to request comments on: it's only about 1,600 words so won't take anyone long to read, and I'm curious as to what readers honestly make of the style. Plus it's an NC-17 Clex story, so I'm hoping that temptation will make more people willing to look it over!! ;-)
This is actually my favourite story, but that's largely because it flowed off the pen with amazing fluency, rather than because it's my best story. It felt wonderful to write, and I can still look at it with pleasure - not the case with a lot of my writing!
However, I'm aware that it has certain quirks which may or may not work - if not, I'd be glad to know.
A major quirk is the somewhat stylised dialogue. Although I wrote it with college age Clark in mind rather than a seventeen year old (I mentally place it in that time period, although I intentionally didn't give any setting or background at all), the dialogue still isn't written as normal speech. I chose to do that to give it the feel of poetry, and to make it a little unreal, almost a dream rather than reality.
It also uses a lot of lines from Walt Whitman's poem 'To You'. For that reason it's been described as song fic, which was far from my intent.
I'm not American, and American syntax doesn't come naturally to me - are there places where the wording jars an American reader?
Another writing issue that I constantly have, and which may or may not be a problem in this story, is the good old 'show don't tell'. It's a beta comment I get a lot, and for good reason: I find it hard to discern in my own writing.
Any comments on the matters I've noted, or any other constructive critisism would be great.
Thanks folks! Current Mood: curious
|Monday, July 28th, 2003|
Is anyone alive in this forum? -pokes everyone-
I posted my SV fic and got no feedback. :-( Current Mood: contemplative
|Thursday, July 17th, 2003|
Hi everyone. I'm new to the community. My name's Clarence and I've written my first Smallville Fic and was wondering what you all think of it. I'm not sure how to really post it so if anyone could help me how then I'll post my fic really soon, thanks. Current Mood: artistic
|Saturday, July 5th, 2003|
The Children's Hour (Pairing Clex, Rating PG)
Well here's my cautious foray into hopefully becoming a better writer. I've had poetry published in a lot of fandoms over the years but have not tended to do stories in long form.
I have however 'told' myself stories for years, it's how I get to sleep most nights. I also tend to dream in story form, one of my favorites still remains the one where the New Avengers rescued the Prisoner from the island. *g*
I was recently gifted with 6 months paid time on my LJ by some wonderful person. As a result I offered to do stories on request to anyone who asked as a thank you. Here is the one I did for svmadelyn
, she wanted an alternate version of how Clark and Lex might have met, this is what I came up with:The Children's Hour
. PLease let me know what you think of it. Do you think it would be good enough to post to SSA?
Thanks! Current Mood: hopeful
|Monday, May 19th, 2003|
Co-moderator Earthseed will be on hiatus for a bit.
Please address any questions or concerns to me for the time being. I am happy to help! Current Mood: awake
|Monday, May 12th, 2003|
The Prize, or how to write what you *don't* know.
Posting this again, and may I just say that having your stupid LJ client strip out half your tags and three-quarters of your text is really, really inconvenient?
Here's a link to The Prize
This is a nasty, cruel story. It isn't something I would have written without being prompted. I offered to write a friend a story for her birthday, knowing it would be something not exactly my taste...and it really, really isn't. I have read plenty of Clark torture, but it's not a kink of mine. I usually find it implausible. And even though I'm writing stories about gay Superman and his pretty bald boyfriend, my
bulletproof kink is plausibility
Because this story is NC-17 and non-con, I'm going to put my discussion/questions about specifics behind cut tags for those who are more sensitive or generally squicked by the subject matter. I'm interested in any comments about the story at all, actually. I'm also curious as to how well I may have achieved some of my objectives.( The ChallengeCollapse )( My Plausibility KinkCollapse )( PacingCollapse )( CharacterizationCollapse )( HotnessCollapse )How successful was I?
I write for a lot of challenges because that gives me parameters and deadlines, and when I'm left to my own devices, I never finish things. This was different because it was written for a friend, to her specs, for a kink that I don't share. I've gotten feedback from her and others who share this kink indicating that I was extremely successful, which was a huge relief and very good news. Now I'm interested in knowing if I was able to write a "good" story using this (rickety) premise that can be appreciated (if not actually liked) by people who don't necessarily love to see Clark getting poked with pointy sticks.How I feel about it:
After finishing this, I was relieved, kind of depressed (more so than usual, anyway), and drained. I wanted to be done with it, but I wanted it to be good. The story upset my betas, which, horribly enough, seemed like a good sign.
I want to always be improving as an author, and clearly one way to do that is to keep writing and, hopefully, getting feedback. I also think that doing challenges of whatever sort is an excellent way to stretch myself. I actively seek out challenges that take me outside my comfort zone--I am loath to admit it, but I'm kind of schmoopy at the core. I'm curious if others have a conscious plan for improvement, and what their methods are. Current Mood: critical and curious
|Friday, April 25th, 2003|
"I Know Not Seems" by earthseed
Here's the link to I Know Not Seems
There are a two things of interest to me about this fic:
First, it's very characteristic of my writing style. Lots of dialogue, short sentences, sparse detail, the boys fighting. I'm having trouble writing anything else because I feel like I'm just duplicating this. How does one stretch themselves as writer? Do people like dialogue-drive stories? Or do you prefer more description-laden stories? Why the preference?
Second, I always work on the assumption that Lex knows Clark's secrets. In my world it makes no sense that he doesn't and since everything I've posted so far has been futurefic, I don't have to contend much with show canon. What's more interesting, to me at least, are the other problems that would exist for these two in a relationship. They have very different worldviews, relate to people differently. They come from different backgrounds. For me, Clark being confronted by one of Lex's ex-lovers from Met U would be a much more pressing problem for them as a couple than superpowers. But does shifting the focus away from the things that will make them the men they are destined to become (superpowers, political ambition, hero complexes, megalomania) turn Clark and Lex into any two guys? How much does the reader's knowledge of the characters, fanon, and canon count in this regard? Is it really necessary to remind the reader of Clark and Lex's history, to remind her about the alien superpowers and such? Aren't there certain assumptions we bring to fanfic that allow the author to explore other things? Are is that wishful thinking on my part because while I love to *read* about Alien!Clark and Lex angst, I don't really want to write it?
Any and all comments welcome. Current Mood: hungry
|Sunday, April 13th, 2003|
|Saturday, April 12th, 2003|