November 29th, 2005

children of dune - leto 1

now this is a good evening

Okay, we'll go with a *wow*.

A Different Perspective by vylit, which wins for the hottest thing I've read in--I have no idea how long, that's how many neurons sacrificed their lives for me to be able to say guh. Double pov Rodney and John, did I mention the exceeding hotness, and ohmygod characterization. This is the reason I am willing to defend the artistic value of smut and the pwp. Right here.


Sliding Scale by trinityofone, in which is just the funniest disasterous threesome ever. Cause John subtly pouting is the cutest thing ever.

And also.

What You Might Call Obvious by giddygeek, her style is almost *patented* by now, and I love love love how she writes John and Rodney. It starts with a subject that Rodney's obviously been spendign far too much time on--I swear I expected a powerpoint presentation--and it only gets better.
children of dune - leto 1

more time, more fic, more sleep

Child was sick today, so stayed home to ply him with maternal warmth. Maternal warmth, in these terms, translates into season five Buffy, since Child has decided that THIS is the girl he wants to marry. She fights evil snakes, you see. Earlier this week, we mainlined Season one and four, since I don't have two and three. He's been pretty much blissed, variating with season two Farscape, which we are rationing out and will probably watch until Christmas.

More recs, because this is a workday I'm skipping and I have nothing to do.

Bullets by the Door by nifra_idril, the most beautiful, wonderful look at John in Afghanistan I have ever read. It's--wow, it's just *gorgeous*, the style and the language and *bliss*. I always forget how I just want to purr when I read something by her.

Sum by billetallent, a tactile exploration of John and Rodney's relationship. It's warm and sweet and kind of leaves a glow after, you know?

Supplemental by lierdumoa, and it just *kills me*. Rodney and John arguing, Calculus, Teyla's amusement, and God. So much *fun*.

For All Intents and Porpoises by laceymcbain, in which there is an *aquarium*, and it's so--I don't know the words. But it's sweet.

Seriously, I am all about the cuddly these days.