Plotbunnies. Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em….
Chapter 16 of The Cursed Winter in the Friends Across Borders series starts off with an interesting bit about necromancers in Karse. My bunnies, the crossover fiends that they are, started cackling about dumping Wei Wuxian (“Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation”) into Velgarth. Continue reading
Otherwise known as I spent New Year’s Eve cooking, spackling a closet, moving a heavy bunk bed, and otherwise doing things not conducive to sitting down and thinking. So. Since I know everyone’s had a draining 2020, how about some fic reccs to cheer people up? Continue reading
Does a watering can of frogs count as a sign of the apocalypse? Or just, you know, 2020? Continue reading
If there’s one thing I will forever be grateful to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer fandom for, it will be the creation of the YAHF – Yet Another Halloween Fic. Continue reading
So there I was, innocently minding my own business after Red’s Trope Talk on Immortals and a Magi-Fate: Grand Order AMV (with Alibaba and Gilgamesh). And my brain decides to reprise part of the Epic of Gilgamesh Continue reading
*Eyes tropical storm forecast maps.* Okay, I know I said 2020 has been like looking down a double-barreled shotgun, but this is a bit much.
TS Laura, Continue reading
It’s squirrels. At least for certain subsets of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
Dog dashes pell-mell for the fence with no visible reason? Squirrel. Continue reading
Spy x Family, by Tatsuya Endo. So far, 5 out of 5 stars. I tend to be fond of characters that can pull off both Competence and Adorkable. I think I can sum up the combination with an example. Master spy Twilight, having lost his diamond engagement ring Continue reading
I haven’t figured out how to take a good photo, but…we have a squeaker catfish in our aquarium, Seldom Seen. We don’t know what species he is, he smuggled himself in on an aquarium plant over twenty years ago when he was much tinier. Continue reading
I know, I know – the pun was inescapable.
Here’s a tiny lizard on the yard patio – that’s concrete, BTW, so you get an idea of the grain size.