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Via [livejournal.com profile] mirageofblaze: Hotaka Ran, the illustrator of the prequels did a series of short manga strips for Naoe's birthday on her blog. Very hilarious and very cute. I linked to each post and provided a very quick and dirty translation under the cut. (I did a crap job on the SFX as usual, sorry.) :P In any case, her website is worth checking out as she does fanart for Hikago! Among other things.

Naoe's Birthday )
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I picked out a couple of Hikago doujinshi from the top of the top box (I have four boxes of Hikago doujinshi stacked on top of each other). Turned out that the random (and lazy) choice does not yield the best results. First one was not bad. It was pure romantic melodrama that recast the Sai-Hikaru relationship very differently, resulting in a wonderfully screwed-up Hikaru. Throw in a gay Akira and you get fun times. Especially a gay Akira who is pining after a very, very straight (and oblivious) Ashiwara. Very WTF, but it somehow worked. XD; The flashback to the angsty (and tragic) past, written in very fancy font, was the perfect touch (if hard to read thanks to the fancy font). Classic fanfic, I tell ya. Not very good, but satisfying.

The second one I picked up was also "classic," but in the bad sense. It was a fantasy AU where Hikaru is a supernatural being called the "Crown." My first problem with it (besides the absurd premise with some really wacky geopolitics that I don't really want to get into right now) is that because "Crown" was always written in katakana I kept thinking it read "Clown." Sorry, a supernatural being called the "Clown" inspires nothing but derision in me. Especially when the name comes from a supposedly ancient organization that seems to only have Japanese members. These completely inappropriate uses of English just drive me bonkers. Why not stick with a nice Japanese or pseudo-Chinese name instead of using (dorky) English? Or at least use kanji instead of katakana to write the name out since all foreign loan words used to be written in kanji....In any case, the story itself was weak because it tried to mash too many divergent cliches together, but then ended with what basically amounted to a deux ex machina.

It starts off with the immortal "Crown" (*snorts*) waiting for his beloved to be reborn. This is one of those immortal-mortal romances with the immortal pining for the mortal for most of the time, happily reuniting with the reborn mortal, then is sadly parted from the mortal when the mortal dies. This set-up is not bad in and of itself (though overused). What just killed me was that in the end we find out that the "Crown" is the friggin CREATOR OF THE UNIVERSE. Why the hell does the creator not just yank his beloved out of the cycle of reincarnation instead of pining after him? Does he like being tragic or something? Bored after an eternity of existence and wants some spice in his life? Why have a little cat-and-mouse game with an organization that totally misunderstands what the "Crown" is instead of sending them away and/or making them forget--if not actually setting them straight at the very beginning instead of indulging them in their pursuit? It's such a failure of imagination when you end up making a character waaay too powerful to have ever been troubled by anything that happened in your story.

Maybe I should just look for the ones with the pretty pictures. *sighs*
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A blog post I read today mentioned the TV show Seaquest in passing and a wave of nostalgia hit me. Oh, what a bad show it was! I knew it was bad when I was watching it, and yet I enjoyed it (up to the third season, or whichever season it was that turned the show more militaristic). I remember reading (bad) fanfic for it, too. Not slash, mostly character thumping. Damn, did I ever save those fics? If I did, they're probably on unlabeled floppy disks. Do I still have them? Can I find the right disk in the sea of unlabeled floppy disks I remember throwing into random boxes while packing? Do I have something that can read floppy disks? I wonder if I ever did magically find the old fics I loved so much, would I cringe at just how bad they were or were they the right kind of bad that is actually kind of good?

You learn something new every day: Why divers always shower after they get out of the pool (don't read the comments, they are totally worthless)

I played the first disc of Hikaru no Go for my mom last night. Didn't stay to watch, but had to laugh when I passed by the TV and did catch some of it. Hikaru was so cute! His cheeks were so round! Sai's "He's no ordinary boy" statement re: Akira made me smile. Also, I can totally imagine Akira going bald from being so tense all the time. That kid was way too intense for his own good, even when he was 12. XD;

The only books I can find easily are my doujinshi as they are in labeled boxes. I feel like digging out some of my (too many) Hikago doujinshi and flipping through some of them. Maybe the one where they are Indiana Jones-type archeologist adventurers, with the addition of being immortal and gay...Or the vampire one...Or the AU where being good at go actually has status in society and there's an elite school for the brightest of the go players that clueless Hikaru ends up attending...*wanders off to rummage*
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ETA3: Added TRC figurines and Square Enix The World of Mana (what is this anyhow?) plushies

ETA2: Added a Hikago Sai fan keyholder and xxxHOLIC/TRC stamp set.

ETA: I found another mug cup in a random drawer while cleaning today. T_T It's a Karekano Pero Pero mug cup I already have and use....Why I have two, I don't know. In any case, see below for pics.

While digging through my closet I discovered the mother-lode of goods I'd pretty neatly stuck into a bunch of boxes. They were kind of heavy and took up a good amount of room, so I decided to cull. A lot of it was easy because I had this horrible habit of buying two sets of stationary...So there are lots of letter sets below. I also found things that baffled me. Why the hell would I have bought them? I realized that some of them were given to me, thus explaining their presence without me having to resort to a temporary lapse in judgement. In any case, I did a mad run of picture taking and uploading of stuff I wouldn't mind parting with.

Prices are in US dollars, they don't include shipping. Some of the items (such as the mugs and bowl) are heavier, thus will cost more to ship. I may also have to buy a box or a package to send these things safely. Please don't ask how much postage will be...I won't know until I go to the post office. I don't have a scale, unfortunately. I'd prefer payment in postal money orders for those in the US. If anyone outside of the US wants any of this stuff, I'd prefer international money orders. I'd like Paypal to be a last resort.

Warning: Lots of images under the cuts

hello kitty phone strap )

hello kitty/nana fastener )

wolf's rain t-shirt )

pot clear cd case, pouch, pencil board, wristband, fan-made goods )

kkm fastener, letter set )

ouran fastener, notebooks )

fma mugs, bowl, figurine, double file, hand towels )

fushigi yuugi letter set )

princess princess notepad )

matsumoto temari minicard cases )

saiyuki postcard set, letter set )

morimoto shuw notepad )

sugiura shiho koori no mamono notepad )

CLAMP mokona mugs, TRC letter set, gouhou drug postcard, xxxHOLIC/TRC stamp set, TRC figurines in Mokona containers )

matantei loki ragnarok plushie, minicard set, hand towel, letter set )

hikago clock, pencil case, cards, sticky notes, plushies, notepads, fan-made stickers, Sai fan keyholder )

karekano hand towel, mug cup )

cafe kichijouji de letter set, postcard set, notepad )

loveless postcard )

angel sanctuary letter set )

fruitsbasket )

dn angel sticker book )

yami no matsuei minicard set )

rurouni kenshin letter set )

genjuu bunshou by narushima yuri letter set )

oh my goddess! letter set )

Great Place High School (manga by Koujima Naduki) postcards )

mirage of blaze fan-made letter set )

square enix the world of mana plushies )

Sorry the pics are not that great. I tried retaking when they were really bad, but I couldn't get good shots of some of the stuff. :P
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Photos and descriptions under the cuts. $50 + shipping & handling for each.

Hikaru no Go Igo Starter Box )

Yuki Kaori's Angel Box )

All the stuff that's come before have been extras so I didn't care much about selling them, but this time I'm attempting to let go of things that I was so excited about getting and were limited editions. I just...need to get rid of stuff. I'm moving to a smaller place and have to prioritize what I *really* want--which, in the end, are books.
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A Resolution of Territory is a wonderful [livejournal.com profile] blind_go fic that made me laugh so hard and so hysterically my sanity was questioned. XDXD

I love a fic that make me completely ignore any issues I may have with characterization or whatever and just relish every moment of it.

I dug through two of my Hikago doujinshi boxes looking for a good pic to scan...I got lazy and settled for the above. I swear I've scanned this before? In any case, I found a second copy of a doujinshi I had scanned and translated a while back, Kai (parts 1, 2, and 3). Anyone want to buy it off me?

Last but not least, a happy song to end a happy post: Distance (M-Flo Remix) by Utada Hikaru. This is a fabulous remix of a great song, especially the beginning. ♥
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I went to an izakaya with friends on Saturday. Flipping though the sake menu, I laughed when I saw that there was a junmai from Kumamoto called Bishonen. The description sounded appealing and rather appropriate--refreshing, dry, elegant--so I thought I'd try it. Turned out to be a pretty good choice, perfect with the food. It was divine with the grilled beef tongue with salt. Yum!

I followed a link to the site of the artist of the Mirage prequels, 快眠枕, and was overjoyed to see a lot of Hikago AkiHika pictures and comics. The comics are for the most part retarded, but she is a talented artist. XD There's also some LoTR, FMA, and FFX/FFXII.

I love my cats more and more each day. I've owned many cats over the years and I've loved them all in different ways, but none have made me want to daily pick them up, rock them back and forth, and give them kisses on the tops of their lovely heads like these. ♥
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...Saying that, my post has nothing to do with the holiday. Hope everyone in the U.S. is enjoying the odd mid-week day off!!

First some fandom stuff:

Moment by [livejournal.com profile] kishmet is a wonderful TezuRyo AU in which Tezuka is a photographer and Ryoma is a model. Ryoma's attitude is in full force here, with Tezuka the resolute guiding force. They clash and slide sideways and end up all jumbled together.

The God of Go Singles Ad by [livejournal.com profile] flonnebonne and [livejournal.com profile] bookshop is retarded. Shiny, yes, but totally retarded. And cracked.

Then some BL:

Mada ai ni todokanai by Hizaki Yuu and illustrated by Asou Kai is about salarymen Naganuma and Chiya. Naganuma had mentored Chiya from when Naganuma had been a part-time worker in college, and had thought of him as a cute, big puppy. But when Naganuma sees Chiya in a suit, looking all grown up and hot, he is struck by Cupid's arrow. But after much thought he decides that a) they are both guys and b) Chiya is the son of a company president, so there was no future for them even if he said something and Chiya didn't reject him. He will treat Chiya the same as he always had...or try to. Unfortunately, this is a BL novel so things can't be so boring simple. One drunken night one thing leads to another and they kind of fall into a physical relationship. While Chiya insists that he's in love with Naganuma, Naganuma takes the attitude that he'll go along with Chiya to mutually get each other off in the absence of girlfriends. Of course this causes much internal angst, but Naganuma amazingly manages to stick to his story pretty much all the way through. I was pretty impressed at how manly Naganuma was despite the usual torment of unrequited love that makes almost all uke weepy/snivelling and annoying. The story is very straightfoward and very predictable, but because Naganuma and Chiya weren't stupid and weren't forced to act in some grand tragedy by the author I enjoyed reading this. It also didn't hurt that I happen to like the illustrator a lot:

Two pretty pics )

Another nice aspect is that their physical relationship didn't include anal sex, which seems to be de rigueur in BL. Unfortunately the novel did fall into the typical anal sex = consummation of love convention at the end, but...I didn't say this novel was particularly original, did I? :P

And last but not least, some music. I've been listening to some great stuff lately:

bleu sky by moumoon
This group is produced by Nagao Dai of DAI (Do As Infinity), and in a way the sound reminds me of DAI. Possibly a cross between DAI and YUI? It is...breezy and slightly folksy and terribly addictive. I have got to find more of their music...Check out the music video of their single "Flower" on youtube.

Kiss Goodbye by Wang Lee Hom
Lovely Chinese ballad. As the title suggests, it sounds like a sad song. According to this translation the lyrics are exactly what one would expect. It's just a pretty, pretty pop ballad.

Moi...Lolita by Alizée
She's apparently a successful French singer, the protege of Mylène Farmer? This is the big hit from her first album. Fabulously addictive if too...consciously sexy? ^^;

Invisible Ink by Aimee Mann
The way she sings in this song reminds me of Vienna Teng a little bit. It's a lovely, simple, folksy song. (I didn't make the connection immediately, but I have a fabulous live cover version of Coldplay's "The Scientist" by her. Damn, she kicks ass!)

Hm, looks like I've gone for four different languages and styles. I'd share more but I'm sick of uploading. :P
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This will probably be one of many (or not so many) posts on the doujinshi and other things I bought. I thought the cover of this doujinshi, Yume no kayohiji (Route of Dreams) by Missing Link, was really pretty. When I read it I was delighted to find it hilarious (I am always prepared to be utterly disappointed by the contents of doujinshi...the cover alone really tells a person nothing, after all). Because my lovely neighbors decided that making speaker phone calls at 11:30 PM outside was a brilliant idea last night, I scanned some pages out of the doujinshi to share. XD;


click for some fun akira-poking )
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Andante Grazioso (Portrait of a Pianist #1) by [livejournal.com profile] petronia is a lovely little Ouran fic. I'm not even sure how to describe it (besides "lovely" and "little"), but it did make me want an outstanding recording of the Sonata in A Major...

Damn Cool Pics is a blog that features pictures around some theme. Pimped Japanese Trucks was particularly...interesting...

[livejournal.com profile] bookshop pimps Hikago. Anytime someone passionately pimps Hikago I can't help but grin like mad. I haven't watched/read it in ages...perhaps it's time to rectify that...

[livejournal.com profile] prillalar tunablogs. I have a terrible urge to get tuna NOW.

[livejournal.com profile] erinslashslut pimps the cutest sounding children's book featuring a cat. Too bad it's #@!$^^^& out of print!!!

[livejournal.com profile] leviosa8 pimps the PoT Christmas bromide collection. Thanks to her persuasive (and really funny) pimp, I went to the trouble of joining [livejournal.com profile] tenipuri to see the gay glory of it all. I thought I was prepared for the gay, but I was wrong. It was far, faaar gayer than I could have ever imagined. I think my favs were Oshitari and Atobe on horse. Tezuka's disturbed me. [livejournal.com profile] minkyleigh posted one that wasn't in the [livejournal.com profile] tenipuri post, as well as the figures that came with it.

tgif!

Nov. 10th, 2006 07:26 pm
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Today I've been rereading a wonderful Hikago novel doujinshi that I hadn't touched in a while. It's actually written in a style that takes me a (comparatively) long time and a lot more concentration to read, so I don't pick it up all that often. But I do love how the author has this ability to clothe utterly hilarious, almost gag, humor in a completely serious and straightforward tone. Also, she is amazingly good at run-on sentences. One does see rather long sentences in Japanese a lot more than in English, but rarely have I seen so many super duper long sentences used so well. She has the flow and rhythm down perfectly, so that I am delighted in her ability to maintain the momentum in the rather convoluted structure of some of her sentences.

It's interesting that all the authors of the really kick-ass novel doujinshi that I've met have all been in their upper twenties or thirties, including the one I mention above.

flesh & blood )

I don't feel like editing my previous stuff, but I actually finished reading volume 9 and went back and finished volume 4. All I have is volume 5 left!

more flesh & blood )

The local Daiei supermarkets were bought by Don Quixote, a chain I've heard of but never visisted in Japan. I always find it odd that they shorten the name Donki instead of Donkiho, because it feels really awkward for me. The pause I have to put between the "n" and the "ki," as well as the tendency for me, an English speaker, to think of "donkey." In any case, I found it highly amusing that one of the changes they've made was blasting music at certain displays. Today they were playing EUROBEAT. I like Eurobeat, but I'd think that kind of music might actually be annoying for a lot of people...
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An AkiHika Heian AU game based doujinshi. Previously posted parts 1 and 2. The rest of the pretty!

Kai by Rakuengun )
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Came across a bunch of pretty postcards by Kaori Wakamatsu from Tokyu Hands and decided to scan some of them. She has more pictures on her website Graffiti Bunny.

Life After Hokuto by lachesis33 is a gen Hikago WIP set after the Hokuto Cup. While I have some minor problems with word choice (particularly the adjectives) and grammar, overall I throughly enjoyed what I read and look forward to more. The characters feel solid and their interactions authentic. The author's descriptions of games are pretty exciting, too.

A Brother's Love by [livejournal.com profile] kessie is a fairly plausible PoT/Loveless crossover featuring creepy creepy Seimei and creeped out Ryoma and family. Even Karupin avoids Seimei!

Kiss Me Here, Please by Yamada Sakurako is a cute story about a sempai/kouhai relationship (scans on [livejournal.com profile] crimsonevening: parts 1 and 2). I think I'd like this a lot if I read it in Japanese, so I'll probably pick this manga up at some point. Unfortunately the English was a bit difficult to read and understand for me.
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Damn Hikago is on my brain thanks to the flist [livejournal.com profile] blind_go mania and my finishing up of the doujinshi organization and discovering a full extra box of Hikago stuff. I found an extra copy of an Akihika doujinshi I rather like. I decided (in a fit of late night madness) to scan it and share. It turned out to be fairly long and it took forever to scan (or at least felt like it). Since I had another copy I felt comfortable squishing it down onto the scanner bed more than usual...but I still couldn't bend it (or take it apart) to get really good scans. :P

I like it because a) the art is pretty and b) there isn't enough stuff based on the Heian AU game. I love the details of the clothing and scenery, and the characters' expressions.

The doujinshi is called Kai (at least I think so...the character is "imashimeru," to admonish or warn, but I went with the on-yomi in this case) by the circle Rakuengun. I got lazy over the translation and didn't do a lot of the sfx. Any suggestions for English equivalents would be appreciated.

Kai by Rakuengun )
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One Dress Howl Did Not Buy And Another He Did by [livejournal.com profile] memlu is a delicious little Howl's Moving Castle bookverse ficlet. It's just...so Howl. So Howl and Sophie.

Bloodstone by K. Stonham was recced by [livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine and has started to propagate through my flist. An incredible Hikago vampire AU that totally works, it really helped cheer me up during a rather crappy work day. It makes me want to go through the four boxes of Hikago doujinshi and relive the AU goodness of that fandom. :P

Also, a few days ago I had a brain shut-down moment after randomly reading one the [livejournal.com profile] blind_go entries. It's been a while since a fic was so damn good and so damn cool that I couldn't read any other entry, and my mind was kind of blank for a while.

Takeyama Salon is a Japanese site with some pretty interesting Kyouya/Tamaki manga. The art is distinctive and sketchy. I don't think it's particularly pretty, but it works well with the stories:

A short, cute one: Kill Me/Let Me Kill You

the translation )

A much more serious and longer one: love letter

the translation )
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One of the doujinshi I read the past several weeks was a Hikago Heian fic, "Chirikau hana ni." I picked it up because the cover was pretty (as can be seen above). I also liked the back cover:



Looks like the two of them are children playing that kick ball game the nobility used to play back then.

The story was actually pretty decent, even though some of the more unbelievable elements were so fannish it was laughable. It was a bit hard to read because the author made an effort to make the courtiers use the old ways of saying things...which I'm not that familiar with. In any case, Hikaru and Akira had their identities the same as in the game, as Konoe no Hikaru the guard and Kamo no Akira the onmyouji, but they both turn out to actually be very high-born.

My favorite part has to be after Akira kind of forcefully engages Hikaru into sex. Hikaru wakes up, is groggy and not really aware. Akira is solicitous, asking him if he wants water or if he feels any pain. Before Hikaru slips back to sleep Akira gets him to eat a piece of mochi...and that rang bells in my head. In Heian days there wasn't so much a formal wedding ceremony as a custom of eating mochi after the first night together to indicate a marriage. Oh Akira. XDXD

In any case, I ended up doing a whole bunch of research in regards to this. I found a nice site in Japanese explaining in more detail Heian marriage customs. I also discovered that the title of the doujinshi is taken from a line of waka by Ki no Tsurayuki in the Kokinshu (116, to be exact). There's a nifty site with all the poems from the Kokinshu and explanations of their meanings (in Japanese) (116 here). I couldn't find an online translation of the verse, unfortunately (But I did find a site with a lot of his other poems in Japanese, romaji and translated, here). And I've forgotten virtually all of my classical Japanese. :P

Speaking of classical Japanese, I thoroughly enjoyed reading a blog post in which there is much fanboying over The Pillow Book by Sei Shonagon. I must confess that I haven't read that particular book yet. I really should.

And back to regular old fangirling:

100 Ways by Castalia is a list of ways Yuki loves Shuuichi. Not done yet, but what's there is hilarious. Yuki is just...so...mean. But his meanness is really funny, and at times very understandable.

I want: Damn cute Soubi doll *_*
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I love rec journals when they really come through. First from [livejournal.com profile] tomomichi:
Oooh...I was happy to see an untitled S/C fic by [livejournal.com profile] knowing_shadows, the author of Fusion. It's smutty in the best possible way. My personal view of Sephiroth is that he wouldn't necessarily talk dirty (but as I have little canon knowledge I have nothing to back that idea up ^^;), but I can forgive anything because I rarely truly like fics simply for the hot sex.

And a KKM cosplayer doing a karaoke video of Atobe's Valentine's Kiss? Bizarre.

[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine recced 19 (x19) Things That Never Happened, pt 2 by Pru, the wonderful Hikago AU I hadn't read in forever. Of course I immediately reread it. I love how plausible this AU is. (Doesn't hurt that the AU is followed by Ogata/Hikaru smut XD)

In sheer happiness, I scanned in the very very pretty cover of a doujinshi by Nijuuboshi:

wish~tobira no mukou~ )

Pretty novel illustrations by Asato Eiri posted on [livejournal.com profile] yaoi_daily here. The English title of the novel is The Father is the Vampire's Bride, but I like the ring of the Japanese title Shinpu wa yoru no hanayome (The Father is the Bride of the Night). I wonder if the story is any good?
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First off...Um, WTF? animenfo lists Hikaru no Go as 光の碁. O_o

I like the latest song I've heard by Utada Hikaru, This Is Love. It's upbeat, catchy, and I love the way the background vocals play with the meaning of the song. Download here. Lyrics and translation here (note: there are some iffy parts in the translation).

I've discovered some new artists on [livejournal.com profile] yaoi_daily with art I love and stories that seem promising (or at least don't seem to suck):

Risky Crime by Sugahara Ryu is a one-shot that features very pretty art, vampires, and flashbacks of a really cute kid. XD Too bad the translation sucks big time. I wonder if the "summer milo" is a total mistranslation, like (and I know this is a stretch but I can only make a guess after all) そら見ろ。It's way too short, the story left me a bit disappointed. First part here, second part here.

Silence by Azuma Takamiya has the kind of character design I tend to fall in love with instantly. Pretty, narrow, detailed but not too willowy. The story, about sex between friends and the angsting that accompanies it, is pretty standard. But it's pretty. Latest part (with links to previous posts and downloads) here.

Kikagaku Ehon by Takaboshi Asako is a one-shot with yet more character design I adore. The story seems cute, but I think the English is throwing me off. *sighs* Last part (with links to previous posts and downloads) here.

The art of Glamorous Lips, a one-shot by Yanao Rock, reminds me of a particular PoT fanartist...eerily so. In any case, lovely art, cute character designs, fun clothing (the story involves a model and a personal stylist assistant). First part here.

I took a look at the first half of Aimai na Kankei by Masara Minase, and it was pretty good. It didn't catch me, but at least it didn't repel me like a lot of her other one-shots. Wanting to see what else was out there by her, I found and skimmed the two scanlated chapters of Gokujou no Koibito, and damn I really don't care for it. The characters? No. The situation? No. The sex? Definitey NO (probably because I don't care for the characters or the situation). *sighs*

Mangetsu Monogatari by Nakamura Shungiku is currently also being posted, but I found out that the scanlators have direct downloads of the entire thing. It's a fun mix of crack and seriousness, though it doesn't quite gel together for me I enjoyed reading it. I love the idea of Kaguya-hime being a crass swindling guy and his unlikely friendship with a very uptight courtier.

[livejournal.com profile] starchanchan has posted the AkiHika doujinshi Infection by one of my favorite circles Katayoku no Tenshi at [livejournal.com profile] hikago_djs in seven parts. *_* So pretty! I love the mix of seriousness and humor that she is so good at. I need to get my butt moving and mail order her new stuff, including this one. XD
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Wow. I was going to do a bunch of things on Saturday, none of which happened. Partly it was because I wasn't as over the cold as I was hoping, but partly it was because I read fanfics all day long. It kind of started when I was looking for a particular SGA fanfic. I didn't remember the title or the author, only a kind of vague memory of the story and that it was really good. So...I started looking for it. Of course, looking for meant clicking on lots of fics because "summaries" can often be totally unhelpful, and clicking on fics meant I read them. I read a lot of them until I finally had the realization that night that I was totally looking in the wrong places. And promptly found it in 5 minutes. -_- But at least I found even more good fic (at the cost of the entire day), and I even felt pretty good.

And speaking of fanfics, I found a finished LJ post I hadn't bothered posting for some reason. I really don't feel like editing it to make it work now, so I'll just tack it on at the end of this. XD

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I haven't exactly been going on fanfic hunting/reading marathons, but somehow I managed to get a sizable number of fics to rec, from a very diverse array of fandoms (for me, that is). I need to clear out my tabs (bookmarking and memories are far too logical. my method of keeping fic is that handy-dandy tab feature...).

amazing how the fics pile up )

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