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19 September 2014 @ 10:01 pm
Spoilers for Captain America:Winter Soldier

*leaves this here*



I've got a bunch more if anyone is interested in being spammed. 
 
 
avamclean
14 September 2014 @ 10:14 pm
Plotting the events of BtVS without Buffy and Xander present is an interesting process and definitely tests my knowledge of both series. The most difficult part will be deciding how/why Wesley follows Angel to Los Angeles - especially since the Mayor is a non-issue. Though I suppose if Faith quit the Council just because she thought he was a putz he'd likely get fired then as well. ;)

It always bothers me when writers yank a character out of the series, but the blocks all tumble in the same neat rows (IE Willow still attempts to end the world even though Tara doesn’t die). I’m bucking that trend and mucking up some plotlines. I might also be killing a few (more/different) characters along the way.

Needless to say the Marvel!bunny still owns my muse.
 
 
avamclean
26 August 2014 @ 08:43 pm
Because all the cool kids are doing it...

Have a look at the list behind the cut and give me up to 3 numbers.

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avamclean
23 August 2014 @ 12:20 am
Title: she died
Series: War Drums
Word Count: 200
Fandom: BtVS, Doctor Who
Disclaimer: Doctor Who and all related characters are copyright Sydney Newman, C. E. Webber, Donald Wilson and BBC One. No infringement intended. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and all related characters are copyright Joss Whedon and ME. No infringement intended.

Note: If you haven’t read the rest of the series this probably won’t make any sense. Also I apparently wrote this after watching the ‘The End of Time’ and never posted it. Whoops?

Synopsis: She died so they could live—it’s not like it’s a big deal or anything.

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avamclean
10 August 2014 @ 10:08 pm
Research on wolves has brought up a conundrum. Genetic research done in 2008 states that wolves lack the genetic mutation that causes melanism (aka a dark color pigment). It's only found in domestic dogs which means wolves today that are fully black actually have domestic dog somewhere in their genetic history. Black pigment, like dark hair, is dominant and therefore more likely to occur if present in the genetic makeup.

We all know that domestic dogs are the genetic decedents of the gray wolf. So I'm assuming this means that the genetic mutation didn't happen until after humans started domesticating them. (It would make sense because inbreeding had to have happened to create the different breeds we have of domestic dogs nowadays.)

My issue is that I'd intended to have black wolves in this original series I'm working on, but that won't work with back-story I've created for werewolves/shifters. I know the coloring of the wolf shouldn't matter, but for some reason it does and yet I can't ignore the science. Artist licenses aside I think I need to rework how Bryn's wolf looks in my head. Her bloodlines from France and they don't have black wolves at all... drat. (I could make her redish in color since all of France's wolf legends on wolves gives them red in their fur. Of course red doesn't feel right. Boo.)

Why did I start reading books on wolves in the first place? Science makes fantasy harder. :)
 
 
Current Mood: frustratedfrustrated
Current Music: Panic! at the Disco
 
 
avamclean
05 August 2014 @ 11:27 pm
 I've started no less than three short stories for the twistedshorts, but none of them are finished. Darnit. I've got a Marvel!bunny that is basically character introduction fluff, a continuation of SPN ficlet collection and a random Teen Wolf bunny that came outta nowhere.

 I did finish another scene in the monstrous Marvel!bunny last night. I watched 6 episodes of Angel to write a 1000 word scene. Apparently I'm dedicated to my craft. *snort* Or perhaps I thought the scene would take longer.

Happy reading and writing all!
 
 
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avamclean
Figuring out the layout of the building your original character lives in and taking quizzes to ensure she isn't a MarySue is a type of writing. Right?

In other words: I've accomplished diddly these last few days.