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Title: Within Arm's Reach (The USAF Remix)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck, posting in [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill
Rating: NC-17
Summary: A remix of Within Arm's Reach, by [livejournal.com profile] green_grrl.
Content/warnings: Tentacle!fic. And as [livejournal.com profile] green_grrl said, "…take that as a warning or enticement."
Words: 5,327
Disclaimer: If anybody is planning a script like this for SG-1, I'm certainly not going to claim any rights to it. However, I'd be delighted to work in a co-writing/consulting/first-reader/advisory-type capacity, with my fee to be negotiated at that time. :D
Archive rights: Absolutely none. My journals only. [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck and [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
The Matrix: Can you believe I couldn't find a Matrix entry for this?! I'm tempted to use "Writer's Choice: Tentacles."
Beta: [livejournal.com profile] zats_clear read it on a crazy RL day and said, Yup! Looks pretty good to me! (I paraphrase.)

The USAF Remix )
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I am genuinely delighted about my Gateverse Remix victim! :D Though now I remember part of the time investment in remixing is rereading an entire boatload of stories to decide which is best to remix. *claps delightedly*
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I have my feet back under me again, sort of, after the due date snafu.

I should have done this post on Sunday, but here it is, finally!

Not only did I remix, but I also was remixed.

[livejournal.com profile] rydra_wong did an absolutely amazing, fantastic, gorgeous, deep, wonderful remix of Pervasive Local Obsidian. You must rush and read it right now!!!!

Son of Endless Sky (The Bone Needle Remix)

This may be the reason I remix again one day. :D
brainofck: (Spell Check)
Thoughts on remixing )

Anyway, so there's my remix experience, in a nutshell. I am actually pretty happy with how it came out, especially considering the RL time constraints I have been under. I should extend a special thank you to Little Sister, who kindly slept in the past several days, letting me get up at godawful early hours on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and today to write and edit. Another special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] green_grrl, who's excellent edit and suggestions were the only reason I was able to post this morning, so quickly after realizing I had the deadline wrong.

Will I remix again? That remains to be seen. Remixing is hard work. But it was fun.
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*rushes in, flailing papers*

Sorry! Sorry! I totally confused the deadline for this, and here I am, two days late. So, so sorry, [livejournal.com profile] synecdochic.

But here it is. My brazen attempt to crack the Eurydiceverse.

Title: like water, lying (The Event Horizon Remix)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck, posting in [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill, Daniel Jackson/Cameron Mitchell, Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill/Cameron Mitchell
Rating: NC-17
Summary: A remix of [livejournal.com profile] synecdochic's fantastic like water, lying. As summarized by her: Jack comes back to Colorado for a visit and Cam thinks he's lost Daniel's attention for the week. Except he hasn't, not at all. And that's scarier. You should also consider this a remix of Jack, as Jack is presented in the evolving Eurydiceverse. He's not in quite the same place as [livejournal.com profile] synecdochic's Jack.
Content/warnings: None.
Disclaimer: If anybody is planning a script like this for SG-1, I'm certainly not going to claim any rights to it. However, I'd be delighted to work in a co-writing/consulting/first-reader/advisory-type capacity, with my fee to be negotiated at that time. :D
Archive rights: Absolutely none. My journals only. [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck and [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Beta: All my thanks to the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] green_grrl, who edited this in record time, and who's additions and comments fixed so many problems. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

My thoughts on the whole remix experience, here.





like water, lying (The Event Horizon Remix) )

Remixing

May. 1st, 2007 08:43 pm
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I signed up for the Remix thing.

I have never remixed. It sounded like fun and I signed up pretty excitedly, though I was also a little nervous. I thought it would be great if I got a bad to mediocre writer, who had good ideas, but not the greatest writing style. I could take one of their fun concepts and run with it.

But I was also worried. What if I got one of the really awesome writers? I mean, I consider myself to be pretty good. I try to be creative and not proliferate bad fic. I think I produce a workmanlike piece of fiction almost every time. Readable, entertaining, and hopefully funny or sexy or both, depending on what I'm going for. So I don't think I suck. But there are about a dozen writers out there in the fandoms that I participate in who just take my breath away. I aspire to have their ability to write something not just entertaining, but beautifully crafted and multilayered and just wonderful every time.

And for some reason, there was a particular piece that kept coming to mind. The one that I couldn't imagine trying to remix, because it was perfect.

So. Out of 55 participants, do you want to guess which writer I got?

Anyway. I spazzed a little today.

But it's funny, how once my brain knows what needs to be done, it gets to working right away. This writer actually has added a bunch of stuff to her page that wasn't there the last time I visited, so I will probably spend a few days being 100% sure that I want to run with the piece that is already remixing in my head, but I think it's already writing itself, so I'm just going to let the synapses or whatever it is that makes that happen do their thing, and I think it is possible that I'll actually be done ahead of schedule and have to sit on this sucker for a couple of weeks.

My brain is a scary place to live.

Meanwhile, my nine-year-old came up with an idea and we are co-writing it. When it is ready, I will certainly announce it here and point you that direction. Just so you know how his brain works, HIS brain wrote this story around the initial idea of Daniel working frantically to translate something in the heat of battle and not being able to hear himself thing for all the gunfire and Jack whining because HE HAD BEEN SHOT IN THE BUTT! *snickers*

Prizes

Apr. 28th, 2007 02:29 am
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[livejournal.com profile] ms_3m said the nicest thing in response to my little story, Hunt and Peck.

She said, ".-.. --- ...- . -.. .. -"

To which I responded that if I had a prize, she would be the winner.

And she quite brazenly said suggested that of course I had a prize and it was porn and please to cough some up right now, with nipple ring.

*eyes her*

:p

So, as I sit here at 2:32 am waiting for the baby to cry herself out so I can creep back to bed...

Title: Pervasive Local Obsidian
Author: [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck, posting in [livejournal.com profile] brainofck
Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Jack O'Neill
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Local friendship customs
Content/warnings: None.
Word count: 352
Disclaimer: If anybody is planning a script like this for SG-1, I'm certainly not going to claim any rights to it. However, I'd be delighted to work in a co-writing/consulting/first-reader/advisory-type capacity, with my fee to be negotiated at that time. :D
Archive rights: Absolutely none. My journals only. [livejournal.com profile] muck_a_luck and [livejournal.com profile] brainofck

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