Jan. 14th, 2010

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Just as an FYI, I went ahead and made my offer at [livejournal.com profile] help_haiti, and if anyone is interested, here is the gist of it:


I am offering:
One story of at least 5000 words
One story of at least 10000 words

Fandoms (if appropriate):
Bandom (MCR-centric, I'm afraid), the Temeraire series, The Demon's Lexicon, Sherlock Holmes 2009, Indiana Jones, Jonanthan Strange & Mr Norrell, Due South, Supernatural, Star Trek: Reboot, Merlin, Harry Potter, Scott Lynch's Gentlemen Bastards, His Dark Materials, anything by Neil Gaiman, Lewis, Generation Kill, The Umbrella Academy

Additional Info (optional):
I am pretty much down for whatever. I love gen and porn and everything in between. I'm pretty open to odd pairings, and I'll write slash, preslash, femmeslash, kinks, and occasionally threesomes. Crossovers between fandoms are great, AUs are delighted in. If you want a sequel to a previous fic I've written, that's also on the table.

Starting Bid:
$5 for the 5000 word story
$10 for the 10000 word story


So, yeah, if any of that sounds appealing to you, mosey over here!
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Sooooo, it has just occurred to me that perhaps some people in the world think Charleston is pretty cool? I mean, it is not nearly as cool as some of the places people are offering boxes from (ISTANBUL *__*), but it is a pretty amazing city, with a ton of local history and culture, so I am offering up a box of goodies for [livejournal.com profile] help_haiti, too.

Seashells, sanddollars, fossils, postcards, taffy, benne wafers, palmetto roses, potentially other fun stuff depending on how things go. Hurrah, an excuse to go beach combing! Winter beaches are one of my absolute favorite things in the world, and Sullivan's Island is especially brilliant this time of year.

Also, I should mention that I will be talking to some College of Charleston professors and asking if they have any interesting local things they might want to contribute, so seriously, the box should be a fairly interesting one. I'm looking forward to putting it together.

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