cog_nomen: (how many scientists does it take to scre)
Title: How Many Scientists Does it Take to Screw in the Stark Tower?
Fandom: Avengers
Pairing: Tony Stark/Bruce Banner
Rating: PG, this part
Word Count: 1,925
Status: Chapter 3 of ?
Summary: Honestly, Bruce hadn't gone into this looking to form any lasting attachments - if he was honest with himself, he knew better.

Read more... )
cog_nomen: (black sabbath)
Title: How Many Scientists Does it Take to Screw in the Stark Tower?
Fandom: Avengers
Pairing: Tony Stark/Bruce Banner
Rating: M, this part
Word Count: 1,652
Status: Chapter 2 of ?
Summary: Honestly, Bruce hadn't gone into this looking to form any lasting attachments - if he was honest with himself, he knew better.


A week ago, Bruce wouldn't have guessed that there was any possible chain of events that could possibly lead him here. )
cog_nomen: (epic bromance with benefits)
Title: How Many Scientists Does it Take to Screw in the Stark Tower?
Fandom: Avengers
Pairing: Tony Stark/Bruce Banner
Rating: G, this part
Word Count: 2,753
Status: Chapter 1 of ?
Summary: Honestly, Bruce hadn't gone into this looking to form any lasting attachments - if he was honest with himself, he knew better.

It's the surprising parts that are getting to Bruce the most. )
cog_nomen: (Default)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Status: Complete!
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.


Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six
Part Seven
Part Eight, Final

Author's Notes: )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.

Lobby is the same wide, pristine space I remember. )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.

We got the green light to have our surgery in France, and continue to test the device there.  )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.

Project codename LUCID - a device for combating the illegal use of another device. )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.

By December, Saturdays were spent wrecking myself utterly. )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.
To tell the truth, I'd had enough of bars. )
cog_nomen: (Cobb wills you to believe his bullshit)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.
Constantine never mentioned it again, )
cog_nomen: (what.)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.

We had left most of the hollow eyed survivors in ourselves behind. )
cog_nomen: (what is this i don't even)
Title: Four of Clubs
Fandom: Inception
Pairing: OMC/OMC (David Serkey/Constantine Fitzweiss)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 33,424
Summary: CIA Agents David and Constantine are partners in the Agency's Mindcrime division, working on a new project to combat the illegal usage of PASIV devices for extraction. There is also a secret, a lot of damage, and a slow train-ride into hell.
WARNINGS: Violence, some graphic imagery, and slash of course. David is not a healthy guy.
Nobody got into Mindcrime without either a reason or a demotion. I thought, 'is this guy for real?' )
cog_nomen: (your bullshit)

Check out my work & the works of many talented others at the Big Bang group over on AO3; I received three wonderful pieces of art for this piece and I could not be more grateful to my artists. They've produced some gorgeous stuff, including a surprise.

Title: The End is Where We Start From
Fandom: due South / Supernatural crossover
Pairing: Ray Kowalski/Benton Fraser, Castiel/Dean, Castiel/OMC (hinted past relationship)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 43,699 (according to A03 x_x)
Summary: Thirteen chapters of Season 5 SPN meets season 3 due South. Fraser and Kowalski investigate the oldest urban legend in the book. Crocodiles in the sewers? Really? But when the Winchesters get involved, there must be more to it...

Chapter 1 at Archive of Our Own

ART (some minor spoilers involved):
Dance, by ria_oaks.
A Cold Reptilian Eye, and Everything You've Ever Heard of is Real, both by the talented Miific.
cog_nomen: (norman+ARI)
I am already deeply in love with this game, which makes sense because it contains everything I love in a very pretty, appealing package. The game focuses on detective work, is set in the 1940's, and focuses on clue finding and the like. It also expects you to pick up on facial clues and tells when interviewing suspects because the facial mapping and real time expressions are gorgeous and rendered with some kind of ridiculous 32 camera facial feature recognition system. It's impossible to describe it until you see it in action.

The premise is you play Cole, who is a WW1 hero who joins the police, and is quickly promoted to Detective - after barely a year on the beat.

Cut for theoretical spoilers, because I'm theorizing back here. )

In short, if you enjoy detectives, Noire, crime drama, and/or the 40's (they've authentically re-created a section of 1940's accurate L.A. for goodness sakes!), the game is worth playing for sure.

It is really like Grand Theft Auto 4 and Heavy Rain had a baby in the forties. And dressed it in a snazzy suit.
cog_nomen: (Leaning over the rail)
Gathering the two fills I've done thusfar together on here; why? Because that way I don't have to keep a bunch of threads bookmarked. There may be more along the same line. This is probably the only place where they'll have correct italicizing. Why? I'm too lazy to html-edit at AO3. Titled using horse driving terms, because both of these pieces are kind of about burdens.

Title: In Harness
Fandom: Dragon Age 2
Pairing: Sebastian/Fenris
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 737 (! I... wrote something short!)
Summary: For the prompt: Sebastian/Fenris Intercrural sex, Cuz it's not sex if it doesn't go inside... probably. Special attention to Fenris' lyrium tattoos, especially the ones on his thighs. Only instead it kind of turned more into a character exploration of Sebastian; sex included.

Read more... )

Title: Two In Hand
Fandom: Dragon Age 2
Pairing: Fenris/Sebastian
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 1,839 (Less short.)
Summary: For the prompt: I'm a sad puppy, and I want Sebastian to be a sad puppy too. I would kill/die/bake cookies for some Fenris comforting Sebastian (with his penis) after the... incident with the Chantry. If anon really wants to push all my hot buttons, there would be desperate Sebastian riding Fenris. This is my OTP and there is so little Gaybastian. Again I managed to Sebastian all over everything.

He hasn't felt this pain in years. )
cog_nomen: (ARI comment:)
I keep trying to work up to talking about my deep, deep affection for Dragon Age, esp. Re: Lore, but I think instead - I'll just keep playing it. The long and short of it is that for me, games are always ultimately going to be about emotional involvement with the characters - tell an interesting story and that's nice I guess. Tell an interesting story where I actually give a shit about the characters going through it, and you've won me over forever.

I have never struggled, genuinely internally struggled over a decision I've made in an american RPG before. There's always been that fourth wall disconnect of 'okay to get the quest/reward/exp, what option do I pick?', wheras Dragon Age I genuinely begin to care about what my character would choose based on the experiences we've shared. Last night I spent half an hour staring at his face as we tried to come to a decision that would mean a lot of people died, either way. Is there a right choice in that situation? Can we afford to not make the decision - to keep our hands out of it and be forced to live with the consequences if we take no actions to shape the events about to unfold? What will our companions think? Sebastian stop making that face already, of course I'll take the side you want me to. :|

This is getting long even without intending to be. Suffice to say that having beaten it, I will be turning around and playing it again. I still haven't done awakenings or any of the endgame stuff from Dragon Age Origins, so there's my next tough decision. Finish one, or play 2 again?
cog_nomen: (ultimate stare off)
Big Bang piece is at 14k today, so yes. I am writing it. Slowly. Less slowly this month, with my commitment to write 1k a day. I will easily break my 20k requirement by the end of the month and hopefully the story might maybe start winding down at that point. Possibly.

One can hope, okay.


I also have finished a couple of books on my list, most notably The Beautiful and the Damned, which was like reading a trainwreck only everybody survived somehow when you really wanted them to just die.

Beautifully written trainwreck, but Trainwreck nonetheless.
cog_nomen: (ARI comment:)
Finished some more books, um, and now I'm trying to remember what they were. Ah yes

Sherlock Holmes and the War of the Worlds - This book was awful and made me want to vomit. Pretty much that's all I can say about it. Only read it if you like Mrs. Hudson/Holmes for some ungodly reason.

Night Watch - Which I enjoyed rather more, and was written by the guy that did... Um, The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes, I think. Not bad - I have no idea who Father Brown is, but apparently he's some other literary detective of some sort, and he was also in the book. Interesting mystery, and includes Holmes getting shown up by Brown at the end of the book.

Selected Poems of E.E. Cummings - Maybe it's kind of a copout, but I did read almost 200 pages of poetry, which for me is like the biggest feat ever. I'm not so sure about the 'cubist' poems, but some of his work was really clever. I still like Walt Whitman more, but that's not saying much considering I usually rabidly despise poetry.

Currently I'm reading Ulysses, which is extremely slow going as I have to re-read sentences several times in order to parse their true meanings. So, Total: 38/50. I'll probably make 40, I've started Oriental Casebook at work.

Every friendslist I have is currently filled with Harry Potter. Personally I can't believe they're still making those movies. The 'kids' have got to be drinking age now, which at least could lead to fun tabloid type situations.
cog_nomen: (norman+ARI)
I've uh, finished some more books, but I'm not reading at my previous pace.

-Finished Passchendaele, which was... well I liked it, as a glimpse into WW1 life, but it was less about that than some kind of strange loss of faith and regaining faith story. The ending being a 'christ carrying the cross' metaphor and none of it terribly well written. Perhaps the movie is better, I do have a lot of faith in Paul Gross as an actor/screenwriter. No idea who the ghost writer on this book is.

-I also read Just Bones, which was a mystery that someone left laying around at work forever, and I read it on my lunchbreaks after rescuing it from a pile of things to be thrown away. It wasn't bad, pretty good mystery. It read easy, nothing terribly challenging - more like a slice of life than an actual crime-solving story since the solutions pretty much just fall into the main character's lap slowly.

Um, yep. That's it. 35/50. I have definitely fallen off the wagon. I am reading Sherlock Holmes and The War of the Worlds, but it's such garbage that I kind of want to rip it in half. However, I'm probably a third of the way through it through sheer self-discipline. Thus committed, I must pursue.

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