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30 June 2013 @ 07:34 pm
Ficage In May, 2013.  
I clearly set out with goals in mind for the month of May, because look at all those completed fics! No WIPs finished out last month, but two awesome birthday stories and a Mother’s Day fic for my sister, which is all good in my book. (Though it reminds me that I still haven’t shared The Nephew’s birthday fic with you all - will get on that this next month, I swear!)

Here is my approximate word count for the month.

May, 2013

Week ½: 1,050 words of Hobbit Kid-fic.
Week One: 2,200 words of Hobbit Kid-fic. Completed.
1,250 words of Kitty fic. Completed. (already posted!)
Week Two: 1,000 words of CW Threesome fic.
Week Three: 1,000 words of CW Threesome fic.
Week Four: 2,550 words of CW Threesome fic. Completed. (already posted!)

9,050 words written in May!



The Avengers: The Battle Of The Alien Ants - Something is attacking the city. The only hope the citizens have is The Avengers. But will they get there in time? - Written for The Nephew! This is the fic where I started to feel like my writing for kids was really coming together. I used some techniques I learned in my early education courses, especially with the repetition usage. I am just really happy with how this fic came out, how I managed to sneak in a few nods for the adult readers, and what a good reception it got in the Avengers fandom. Go Team Avengers!

Meeting Murdock - I ran into a van while on a walk, but I had no idea what would happen next! - My very first fanfic ever, republished for your enjoyment! In which I, Dodger, meet The A-Team. I was six or seven when I wrote this fic (with my mom acting as a transcriber) and it is just adorable to look at, especially now that The Nephew, roughly the same age, has started writing his own fic. Plus, it’s The A-Team - what’s not to love about The A-Team?

So endeth May. June began the trial run of one writing-related activity everyday and also much Teen Wolf-ing on my part.
 
 
 
lizibabeslizibabes on July 1st, 2013 08:12 pm (UTC)
Your doing well!! I'm seeing a threesome theme up there lol. I have no complaints. The newest original fiction I'm working on (and hoping to get published, if not will self publish like the others) is a long threesome story.

I think poly is interesting to write, but different because of the three main voices and trying to give them equal time and get fairness with in the relationship. How are you finding it?
dodger_sister: writingdodger_sister on July 2nd, 2013 01:06 am (UTC)
Your doing well!!

Thank you! I feel very accomplished and I did even better in the month of June, actually. I think I might actually break 100,000 words this year. Eep.

I'm seeing a threesome theme up there lol.

It was a birthday fic for someone and it just took me so long to write because I was, /cough/ 'enjoying myself' /cough/, too much while writing it. I'm wracking my brain trying to remember how many threesomes I have written at this point but I think it is only two (or 3, if you count that one Gen Leverage fic with threesome vibes to it).

The newest original fiction I'm working on (and hoping to get published, if not will self publish like the others) is a long threesome story.

YAY!! That is excellent news - I want to read that! I am actually interested in reading a good story that shows how hard it is to manage an actual relationship with three people, plus all the pros of such a relationship. I have mostly read PWPs and Kink fic for threesomes but I would love a good solid relationship story for one.

I think poly is interesting to write, but different because of the three main voices and trying to give them equal time and get fairness with in the relationship. How are you finding it?

Well, to be fair, mine have both been PWPs (and that one Gen Leverage fic was more humor than anything) and they have all been short. So I've never tried to work out the relationship aspect of a threesome. But as for PWP writing, the hardest part is remembering not to leave someone on the sidelines for too long. Having Guy A and Guy B doing things with each other and then 2k words later realizing Guy C has been completely absent this whole time - which I imagine is the same problem in writing a relationship, making sure they all have equal time on the page or in the relationship itself.

The only other thing I noticed was that writing a M/M/F fic was easier than writing a M/M/M fic simply because a) less penises to worry about and b) was able to be more creative in who was doing what, because I got to mix it up with different body parts. Plus less struggling with all the 'he's and 'him's in the fic.
lizibabeslizibabes on July 4th, 2013 07:20 pm (UTC)
All the He's and him's do not make it easy at all and I know what you mean about suddenly realizing that character C seems to be just standing there watching A and B have sex and not in a sexy way, in an awkward oops I'm just here doing nothing way.

I'll be dealing with sex scenes (a lot of them because its me and it just seems to be that kind of fic) And a bunch of angst between the three of them as well as the main plot. it's complicated, but really fun.