New followers — a call for prompts
There’s a surprising number of you, this week, so I thought I should say hi. Also, send me an ask with a prompt (character and/or words/scenario), and you’ll get a ficlet out of it!
I’m serious. I would love to write this weekend, and I would also love to meet you.
I’ve also never really constructed a masterpost, so:
As it says on the tin: I’m Kit. When I started here I was mostly writing Merrill/Isabela (still the queens of my heart), with a side of an appallingly long AU where Fenris is a magister, Variania is a warrior, and Bethany Hawke is possessed by Justice. Amongst other things. It started off as a very specific Fenders piece for the kinkmeme, and then…well. I like AUs. Making this all resolve into DA2 plot has been a lot of fun.
My other AU of choice has Anora exiled after the Landsmeet and turning to a life of piracy.
And then mass effect happened, and I wept. A lot.
If you’re here, then it’s probably because of Project Guarded Captain, an Aveline/Donnic-based complete fill of the 15 kisses writing meme that I wrote for the inestimable faejilly, or This is not a joke, Mr Moreau—a response to ME3 and disability politics that I’ve seen being reblogged a bit lately.
What you’ll find in this blog is:
- Dragon age ladies, all the time. (Aveline even has her own tag)
- Many ficlets
- some writing-on-writing
- some songs
- My Hawkes and Wardens and Shepards [more generally: my ocs]
- occasional ramblings about my tiny garden, giant cats, or the real world where I am a librarian, fledgling kidlit academic, and children’s book reviewer.
- No character hate.
This is predominately a bioware based fandom blog, but I am also very fond of, and have written for: New Who (and classic—I just can’t write it); Monster Blood Tattoo; Tamora Pierce (especially Emelan); The Abhorson no-longer-quite-trilogy; the Dresden Files; Sharon Shinn and, if certain people have their way, Orphan Black.
I try and tag everything, but if you want something specific for blacklisting purposes, just let me know.
This looks like an interesting collection, and I didn’t know about the AU, so reblogging for future reading