feygan: (wicked)
Title: Flight
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Batman
Pairing: Nigma/Crane, slash
Main Characters: Edward Nigma, Jonathan Crane

There was pain. Edward knew that much. But whatever drugs Jonathan was pumping through his veins kept the pain a distant non-priority. It let him drift until his thoughts began to coalesce back together.
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feygan: (madhatter)
Title: Flight
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Batman
Pairing: Nigma/Crane, slash
Main Characters: Edward Nigma, Jonathan Crane

An unexpected phone call at two in the morning. Very few people would try to reach Jonathan Crane without some warning, as there was a real possibility of getting a face full of the Scarecrow's fear toxin in retaliation for the rude wake up call.
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feygan: (Default)
Title: RaSta (working title)
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Pacific Rim
Pairing: Raleigh Becket/Stacker Pentecost
Genre: action, romance, mpreg
Summary: Young Raleigh Becket has a crush on Stacker Pentecost. Shit happens, as it's wont to do.

The food that had looked and smelled so good was tasteless in his mouth. His right knee jiggled under the table and he felt nervous. He avoided meeting Stacker's eyes, afraid of what he'd see there, which left him staring down at his tray.

The silence was drawing out awkwardly long. Raleigh methodically ate forkfuls of food, figuring that once his tray was empty he'd be able to make an escape. There was already a list of excuses forming in his mind.Read more... )
feygan: (Alone In My King's Harem)
There was something strange happening. Everywhere he went, people looked at him, following him with their eyes until he felt like his skin was going to creep right off. He had no idea what was going on, but he didn't like it.

From earliest childhood Clark had been told not to draw attention to himself. He'd learned the shame of being different from the other children--the odd looks and the wariness, the empty loneliness of being strange--but he'd learned fear from his parents.
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feygan: (abfab)
You want to hear something completely cool? I got a new laptop!

That's right, I am currently writing this from my brand new laptop computer (I sound like such a rube, but whatevs). It's running Windows 8, which was definitely startling, and I'm not sure about the keyboard or touchscreen, but who cares.

New computer.

I was starting to worry that my old computer would crap out on me -- like super paranoia levels of stress -- so it's nice to know that things are going to be okay. My biggest fear was that I'd have the hard drive die on me and lose everything.
feygan: (Default)
I rarely see movies in the theater (Avengers: Age of Ultron was an excellent exception), but we do enjoy movies once they're out on DVD.

Jupiter Ascending - I don't know why this movie has gotten so much hate. It's a fun sci-fi movie that gives a viewer everything to love: action/adventure, girl!power, dog-boy love interest, space royalty, giant mecha, talking dinosaur-dragons, and visually stunning space battles. I thoroughly enjoyed it, though that might have been because I watched it without the whole "is this art?" attitude of most reviewers.

Chappie - Some parts made me wince, but I enjoyed this one. I'm hopeful there will be a follow-up. Though I do question the wisdom of having the security of your multi-billion dollar company entail harsh language and a little gate that a child could bypass. And seriously, you build killer robots--why aren't there any cameras anywhere? That's dumb.

Paddington - Nobody makes a big deal about the bear talking. Just saying. Still, this was a fun children's movie and I liked it. I am totally jealous of the family's house, and I've taken notes for my future mansion.

Interstellar - Long, interesting, can be watched as a standalone. This movie leaves some questions unanswered, and there's some parts where I'm still like "Dude, WHY?!?" Still, visually appealing, somewhat entertaining, worth the watch if you've got 3+ hours for uninterrupted viewing. Don't try watching this one if you're distracted or if your movie companion is easily bored. It is very long.

American Sniper - Okay, hate me if you like, but this movie was boring to me. It's another one of those heavily-hyped movies that has about 30 minutes of interesting content, and the rest I wish I could have fast forwarded through. And then it ended. The emotional impact of this movie is nil.

John Wick - This one was fun. Visually stunning, awe inspiring martial arts, and just plain cool. Sure, the storyline isn't heavily involved, but this movie is quick, entertaining, and worth the popcorn you'll eat. Plus it's amazing to know that Keanu Reeves did his own fight scenes and most of the car-fu. "Whoa."

Big Hero 5 - Highly derivative, more for little kids that have zero experience with anime or good sci-fi. If someone is completely new to the world, this movie will blow their mind... before they realize that "Hey, that was a lot of flash, but I didn't really get anything out of this movie." Probably the first in what Disney hopes will be a series because, you know, $$$. If they're smart they won't give it the Cars treatment.

The Maze Runner - boring teen movie. I was not impressed, and the Kid kept complaining about all of the inaccuracies compared to the book. He seemed disappointed. Plus I felt bad for Stiles, who seemed sad and lonely without his Derek.
feygan: (PeterGriffin-thumbs up)
This story... oh my god... this story. I am madly in love with this story, and I think it has totally launched me into a love affair with the Jupiter Ascending fandom.

Go read the crap out of it.

How To Train Your Angel-Wolf-Boyfriend (74963 words) by OctoSally
Chapters: 8/8
Fandom: Jupiter Ascending (2015)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Jupiter Jones/Caine Wise
Characters: Jupiter Jones, Caine Wise, Stinger Apini, Kiza Apini, Chicanery Night
Additional Tags: Post-Movie, Spoilers for Jupiter Ascending, Romance, Femdom, Sexual exploration, Feels, Praise Kink, Dom/sub, Explicit Sexual Content, Oral Sex, Vaginal Sex, Hand Jobs, Wing Kink, Knotting, Safer Sex, Bees, Original Character(s), Vibrators, Hair-pulling, Light Choking, Porn With Plot, Attempted Sex Pollen, Collars, Riding Crops, Topping from the Bottom, Anal Sex, Pegging
Summary:

The fact that she was still a little annoyed with him for the “I’m closer to a dog than you” quip might have informed what she did next.

She patted the warm cement next to her, and said, in the firm tone she’d heard animal trainers use:

“Caine, sit.”

[Pretty much what it says on the tin. Jupiter Jones and Caine Wise figure each other out, post-canon. Basically my exploration of their relationship and where it might lead. EDIT: Now COMPLETE! Enjoy the sex and plot and wacky OCs!]

feygan: (Pacific Rim-Jaeger)
Title: RaSta
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Pacific Rim
Pairing: Raleigh Becket/Stacker Pentecost
Genre: action, romance, mpreg

He trailed Yancy through the hallways, ignoring the sense of being a Pomeranian following a golden retriever. He wasn't scuttling after Yancy. He was walking like a normal person while Yancy teasingly kept himself ahead.

On reach the mess hall doors, Yancy finally paused to let him catch up. They went in side-by-side, a solid wall in the face of staring eyes and gossip.

Raleigh liked being famous more than he hated all the attention. He didn't enjoy being ogled by strangers, but it was part of being a Jaeger pilot. People were interested in the things he did.
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feygan: (Pacific Rim-Mako)
Title: RaSta
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Pacific Rim
Pairing: Raleigh Becket/Stacker Pentecost
Genre: action, romance, mpreg

That weekend away had been perfectly timed. It seemed as though they'd barely been back a day before events conspired to keep them apart. Some senator was lobbying for an Anti-Kaiju Wall that he thought would protect the coasts from attacks. He saw the Wall as a more cost-effective expense than to build and maintain the jaegers.

Stacker spent months in Washington, D.C. lobbying against proposed cutbacks to the Jaeger Program. He returned triumphant, but by that time Raleigh had to wonder if they'd have to work to regain the time lost.
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feygan: (Pacific Rim-Jaeger)

Title: RaSta (working title)
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Pacific Rim
Pairing: Raleigh Becket/Stacker Pentecost
Genre: action, romance, mpreg
A/N: This is what I'm working on for my donor in the FandomAid Nepal fundraiser. I've been working on this, but I'm a bit worried that there's too much tell, not enough show happening. It's just that I'm trying to jump past a whole life story to reach the point where I really want them to be--which is basically at the end.
Summary: Young Raleigh Becket has a crush on Stacker Pentecost. Shit happens, as it's wont to do.

*

It wasn't love at first sight and it wasn't a fairy tale romance. It was a quiet love that grew between them to become something vibrant and strong. Raleigh was sure that Stacker was the one he wanted to spend the rest of his life with, no matter how short it ended up being.

Kaiju were coming faster and stronger than ever before. There seemed to be no end. Even while he kept the cocky grin on his face and promised the world that he and Yancy would defeat every comer, Raleigh couldn't help worrying that what they did wouldn't be enough.

Gipsy Danger was their faithful Jaeger, carrying them into battle and making sure they reached home again. She was a beautiful and deadly machine that let them kill Kaiju and protect the world. She made them into heroes, rockstars in drive suits, connected by the Pons System into one mind, one will.
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feygan: (Grim Mandy)
There's this moment when you realize that someone doesn't see you as a person, but as an extension of themselves. It's like a kick in the pants, plus frustrating as hell.Read more... )

CSI on Hulu

May. 9th, 2015 07:53 pm
feygan: (Sumi1)
Watching first season episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigators is odd. It's like "Where's Archie? Who's that guy?"

Still, Grissom will always be my favorite nightshift supervisor Las Vegas crime lab. Ted Danson's guy tries, but there's always way too much drama and the current writers try to pack way too many crimes and storylines into each episode--it makes things messy and confusing.

CSI still looks great though. I've been re-watching the show on Hulu, and it's definitely a classic.

BTW, I'm a big fan of "Gil Grissom is actually Will Graham" stories.
feygan: (Strife - yoohoo)
Science has reached the point where they can tell if you're going to develop cancer thirteen years before it happens. What? Yep, by measuring the length of peoples' telomeres, they can come up with a pretty good idea of who is going to end up developing the Big-C.

From what I understand, it's basically a case of shortened telomeres meaning that at some point--probably after you've been exposed to a carcinogen (the sun, artificial sweeteners, gamma rays)--your body does not have a good blueprint to fall back on and mistakes are made during cell division.

"Falcon punch!" You have cancer.

So wear some sunscreen, use real sugar or honey, and don't be the test subject for that Hulktastic experiment your friends have been talking about.
feygan: (Lucius Malfoy)
I bought an Amazon Basics Wired Keyboard for >$12 and it works pretty good. There was a bit of a problem loading the drivers when I first plugged it in, but it eventually caught up to itself (after about 10 minutes).

It's a nice, cheap keyboard with a fairly long cord--about four feet in length--that's not too stiff or bindy. Though the keyboard is such a glossy black that it shows every single fingerprint or speck of dust.

* * *

Back in the day I bought the Kid an Amazon Fire TV Stick. It was on sale at the time and I wish I would have bought two of them then, as I've purchased a second Fire TV Stick.

We have a so-called Smart TV, but the apps refused to update and their GUI (graphic user interface) wasn't as good as I wanted. Plus Hulu was constantly freezing, jerking, and and buffering without stopping. It got to the point that the only app we used was Netflix, and even then it was a hassle to use, refusing to auto-play the next episode when we were watching television shows.

Anyways, with the new Fire TV Stick, we've started being able to watch Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime in the living room, which is great, as I'm obsessed with Horrible Histories. (It's fun and engaging edutainment that everyone should watch no matter their age. I've already learned a lot about real history.)



Anyways, at $39 the Fire TV Stick is worth the cost. It works great, though you cannot customize the Home screen. I'm thinking about adding the Plex app so I can use a different screen when choosing and playing media.

I was having a bit of trouble with Hulu jerking and pausing after a week of using the Fire TV Stick, but I simply unplugged it for a minute and it's worked great since then. I guess it just needs a chance to clear its cache. As they say, "Turn it off and on again."

For the price, it's a great little gadget and you can take it with you when you travel. Watch some TV, play some games, and listen to music (though, while it plays your Amazon Prime Music playlists, you cannot add songs or albums from the Fire TV Stick. You'd have to log in with your desktop, phone, or tablet. But once the music is added to your lists it's right there on the front screen of your Fire TV Stick.)

* * *

On a more horrible note, on Thursday my brother was hit by a car while riding his Go Ped. His spleen was punctured in seven places and he did some damage to his right knee cap, possibly breaking it.

There's not a whole lot of information at this point, though he is alive and he's going to be all right. The police haven't gotten back to us about whether the driver of the car was arrested or if s/he drove off or anything. For all we know, it might have been a hit-and-run. My brother doesn't remember a whole lot about the accident, just that he was driving home, then he was in the hospital.

It was a bit chilling when I saw his helmet. There was a big crack along the side where his head must have hit the pavement. If he hadn't been wearing it, he would have been dead. As it is, he spent two hours in surgery and the doctors aren't going to release him for several days, as he has drainage tubes in his chest and there was some talk about an air embolis.

He's alive though, and he's going to get better, and that's really all that matters.

Seriously people, always wear a helmet. It will save your life.
feygan: (Tim Drake - gun)
I need to make some money fast. I'm not sure how much I'm going to need, but it might be several thousand dollars.

My brother was hit by a car at around 7 pm on Thursday. He went into surgery at 9 p.m. for a possibly damaged spleen. He got out of surgery around 11:30 and my sister called to update us.

Turns out he punctured his spleen, damaged his pancreas, broke his leg, and possibly broke his pelvis.

We're going to the hospital Friday as it was too late to make the trip by the time the hospital called. We've asked my aunt to keep an eye on the Kid while we're gone, and it's going to cost a bit of money to go back and forth from home to the hospital. And when he's released he's probably going to stay with us for a while, which means extra groceries and trips back and forth for his rehab.

I'm really quite concerned.

I'll have to look around and see how to arrange some commission work or something, and I guess me and the Kid can make wallets to sell on Etsy, but... When it rains, it pours, amirite?
feygan: (Sumi1)
It doesn't have a title yet, but here's the start of my FandomAid story. It's Pacific Rim slash featuring Raleigh Beckett and Stacker Pentecost.

I want to get some of this story out first, but I feel like I need to watch the movie again. Maybe I need to look around and see if anyone has a timeline of events for me to use.

ETA: Yancy. That's what I added: Yancy. That way the knife really gets twisted when the events of the movie play out. ;_; What's wrong with me? ;_;
* * *

It wasn't love at first sight and it wasn't a fairy tale romance. It was a quiet love that grew between them to become something vibrant and strong. Raleigh was sure that Stacker was the one he wanted to spend the rest of his life with, no matter how short it ended up being.

Kaiju were coming faster and stronger than ever before. There seemed to be no end. Even while he kept the cocky grin on his face and promised the world that he and Yancy would defeat every comer, Raleigh couldn't help worrying that what they did wouldn't be enough.

Gipsy Danger was their faithful Jaeger, carrying them into battle and making sure they reached home again. She was a beautiful and deadly machine that let them kill kaiju and protect the world. She made them into heroes, rockstars in drive suits, connected by the Pons System into one mind, one will.

It was through the Drift that Yancy first discovered Raleigh's feelings for Stacker Pentecost. There was much teasing about uniform fetishes and daddy kinks, but there was also some good advice.

"We could die tomorrow, Rals. Don't throw this chance away," Yancy said.

Raleigh was seated on his bunk, covering his burning face with his hands. He'd never run away from anything in his life, but he happily could have run away from this conversation. "What chance? He's Stacker Pentecost. He's a legend. He's never going to want me."

"Not with that attitude he's not," Yance said. He pushed Raleigh's leg. "Shove over."

Raleigh made room for Yancy to sit next to him. He rested his head against Yancy's shoulder, breathing in that mix of laundry soap, big brother, and safety.
feygan: (Default)
General Swanwick: "What are you smiling about, Captain?"

Captain Carrie Farris: "Nothing, sir. I just think he's kind of hot."

General Swanwick: "Get in the car, Captain."

Captain Carrie Farris: (still smiling) "Mm-hm. Yes, sir."

* * *

*I am the last of my kind.* The thought echoed, dark and terrible. It wasn't something he could run away from. It was a truth he had to face. Read more... )

LBSBSS 11

Apr. 30th, 2015 03:25 am
feygan: (Spike)
Title: Little Bit Strange, But Still Special
Author: Feygan
Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Anita Blake
Pairing: Xander/Spike
Genre: slash, urban fantasy, crossover
Rating: mature
Blurb: Xander and Spike end up in the Anita-verse where they have to hide themselves and fit in. It does not go well.

Sensing that Spike was about to go for the gold medal in the Irritation Olympics, Xander touched his back. Nothing violent in the gesture, just an 'I'm here. You don't have to bring on the bravado' hand against the knobs of his spine.
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feygan: (Tribe-LexWantsYou)
Go to FandomAid to sign up or donate.

Here's mine if you want to choose me :P I'm offering fanfiction or original fiction in whatever fandom or world you choose, any pairings or combinations welcome. $5 for 500, no limits. (I'm hoping someone will ask for some Addams Family, as I've just reread Harveste Addams by Kyaru-chan. And you know I have a soft spot for those Inception/Addams Family fics out there.)

Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] waltzmatildah at [nepal] earthquake | BUY IT NOW fundraiser
As most of you have probably become aware, Nepal has been devastated by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. With over 1800 people already believed to have perished, and infrastructure and housing largely demolished in many areas, [livejournal.com profile] fandomaid is launching a new campaign to support fundraising efforts. This fundraiser will only feature the BUY IT NOW (and related) options. There will be NO auction option at this stage.







FIRST COME FIRST SERVED WITH DONATIONS TO BE MADE IMMEDIATELY.
feygan: (Robin)
This guy, I swear. This guy.

He's giving the Kid a hard time for something he hasn't done. It's like "Someday you're going to be a teenager and you're going to do stupid stuff and pay-per-view movies and blah blah blah, so I'm yelling at you now for something you haven't done yet or most likely won't even do." Seriously, that's stupid.

When my sister was a kid, she was a real jerk. Even knowing they were on a bad phone plan, she still insisted on buying pay-monthly custom ringtones and music for her phone. It got to the point that my dad was paying $150 a month OVER the already cringe-worthy high bill each month. He finally had enough and got rid of both their cellphones all together.

He's one of those guys that when he sees a kid doing something wrong, he treats every kid he comes across like crap. There's a reason I don't recommend certain movies to him because he'll watch a movie or TV show and think it's real. It's both frustrating and annoying at the same time.

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