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things buzzy hasn't managed to do | a pretty pdf of the wingfic

things buzzy hasn't managed to do | a pretty pdf of the wingfic

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fraser and ray: duet
Okay, so I still have not wrangled any html on the website front, or worked out how to edit Episodic Romance with chapters (because I might have been a little crazy with a 70,000 word continuous narrative) and I really want to get back to writing some On the Inside because, word, it feels good and I might have sorted all my plot issues for the moment. I just need to embrace het for a while.

Like Archimedes, I thought about turning Episodic into a pdf with nice page numbers and maybe a bit of illustration. Then I realised (after more mp3 player wrangling, which I think might have actually worked) that perhaps I should start with something smaller.

This Land Was Made For You And Me (pdf version 180kb)
Originally posted to livejournal September 3rd 2007
Fraser/Kowalski Wingfic rated PG-13
Stunning graphic by sandrainthesun.
Equally stunning beta work by woolly_socks and mickeymvt
“Ray sits on a boulder at the edge of the lakeshore. The rock is somewhere between the colour of rust and sunburnt skin; the colour changing with every flicker of the autumn sun through the trees. It’s still hotter than Ray expected it to be here. And it is still too light for the mosquitoes and midges to come to feast on his bare skin. Lichen grows on the rock like some organic tattoo. The water laps up against it, betraying that the water is nowhere near as calm as it appears.”

Going to an archaeology talk later, hope certain people of my acquaintance aren't there. Yes, _unhurt_ this is the guy who was subject of that obit I mentioned.
  • Keep the writing mood, I am lloking forward to its outcome :)
    • Miles to go before I sleep (or at least, put this baby to bed).

      Now, I should stop shirking and get some writing done before I have to go out.
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