Stories posted!

Title:It doesn’t mean you can explain the ocean
Rating: R
Summary: They don’t have names anymore, these gods who speak.

The story was completed…ages ago, but was never in a single collected part until now — courtesy of Shalott, who took initiative and coded the page. I’m not joking. God knows how long this story might have languished otherwise. Because I’m a rockstar. Anyway — happy reading. Especially for people who like their pain in one place.

Title: Eat Your Heart Out
Rating: PG
Summary: On Wednesday, Doumeki had a bento box with flowers on it.

Title: Renegotiation
Rating: R
Summary: renegotiation, verb [trans]: negotiate (something) in order to change the original agreed terms.

Title: Telephone
Rating: PG-13
Summary: It’s tough being Team 7.


2 Responses to “Stories posted!”

  1. 1 entigral April 1, 2007 at 10:37 pm

    yay you got housing!
    yay upload!

    ok so I was reading Rhodonea Curves again and saw the little note about how Happy Feet forced you to write it and all, and, well, I had to ask:

    have you seen/heard about this?

    Ahahaha and now I’m imagining sequels etc…ayah.

  2. 2 ltlj April 2, 2007 at 9:31 pm

    I can’t remember if I told you how much I loved “it doesn’t mean you can explain the ocean.” It was just beautifully written, and the descriptions are so vivid of their drive and the house and all the people they meet, and the smells, and the sounds — it’s all so gorgeous.

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