clocketpatch: A small, innocent-looking red alarm clock, stuck forever at 10 to 7. (Avon)
Unexpected fic happened during [ profile] fic_rush! This was one of those ideas that jumps out of nowhere and then sternly savages you until you write it all down. It's fulfilling the reunion square on my trope bingo card so that's... one down and only twenty four more to go! Next on the list is actually getting some words down on my Blakefest fic.

On the Far Shore (4126 words) by Clocketpatch
Fandom: Blake's 7
Rating: General Audiences
Characters: Oleg Gan, OCs, and you'll have to read to find out the rest (or look at the tags, but it may be better to read without knowing)
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings, Spoilers for everything

Nothing is needed but good company
clocketpatch: A small, innocent-looking red alarm clock, stuck forever at 10 to 7. (Avon)
This one is an idea that grabbed hold a few days ago and refused to let go until it was written down. I'm not entirely satisfied with it, especially the ending, but I like the base idea and had fun writing Vila and Blake's back-and-forth. If anyone wants to give concrit it would be well welcomed.

Con (2712 words) by Clocketpatch
Fandom: Blake's 7
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Kerr Avon & Roj Blake
Characters: Vila Restal, Roj Blake, Original Male Character(s)
Additional Tags: Talking, Post Gauda Prime, Mistaken Identity, Con Artists, Emotional Manipulation
Summary:The man waiting behind the interview table didn't look much like Blake.
clocketpatch: A small, innocent-looking red alarm clock, stuck forever at 10 to 7. (Avon)
I opened Written?Kitten! earlier tonight, fulling intending to finish my 50ficathon contribution. Instead, this popped out because Blake's 7 has clearly eaten my brain and decided that I should be a flailing fic-producing fangirl for a show that's been off the air since before I was born. Oh brain. But all is not lost, because this was written with one of my h/c bingo prompts in mind... though, with the way it turned out, I don't think it actually is that much of a stranded/survival situation kind of story (no desert islands, no huddling together for warmth), but they are stranded more or less, and there is a survival situation, in that there is a situation which is not helpful to survival...

*waves the hands*

Title: On the Edge
Fandom: B7
Words: 1705
Characters: Avon, Blake
Summary: Blake's brilliant plan went sideways, they didn't get what they came for, the Liberator wouldn't respond, and a squad of Federation troopers chased them through the night... what else could possibly go wrong?
Apr. 26th, 2009 07:03 pm

Hey Hex-y!

clocketpatch: (Seven)

So, I've finally contributed money to that great and noble company which we call Big Finish. I got two audios: Night Thoughts (which I didn't like much over-all, but had some great character moments) and Arrangements for War (which I liked quite a bit, except for the ending which made me scratch my head a bit; I couldn't figure out why the Doctor was willing to allow all of the collateral damage that the love story brought about; and why he seemed relatively unconcerned by said collateral, but meh. Was a good story and good character moments). I highly recommend.

Anyway, I'm back at work on my Seven-Ace-Hex jungle thriller thing, though I should really, really, REALLY be working on my WIPs (I did plug in a new 2000 words for Forever Tomorrow though, I'm just trying to get the conclusion sorted... I knew where I was going with that story, and then it all just sort of got away from me).

What I want to know is, do any of you think there'd be an audience for a story which contains: a spot-light stealing OC who swears a lot, a Big Finish character (Hex), an-absent-for-most-of-the-fic Doctor (Seven), a-half-dead-for-quite-a-bit companion (Ace),  and a combination of near-future politics (and by near I mean, fifty years hence, and in the DW universe), random historical stuff, archaeology, and aliens? And timey-wimey, lots of timey-wimey... It's also looking to be quite long, if I ever get it done that is. I've got around 6000 words and I'm just finishing up the second chapter. So, probably a doosey.

Also, is anyone familiar enough with Seven, Ace, and Hex to be willing to beta for them? I'm thinking this will be a relatively early on adventure to make up for the fact that I haven't heard most of their audios, but I'm afraid I'm getting the dialogue wrong and maybe contradicting established characterisation?

Mostly I'm just concerned people aren't going to stand for reading half a chapter of my OC stamping around swearing. 
Aug. 5th, 2008 11:51 pm


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