trinsy: (doctor/jack)
title: Sometimes It Hurts Instead
fandom: Harry Potter – an AU version wherein everyone has been gender!swapped
character(s): Remi Lupin, Sirena Black
rating: PG
genre: angst, hurt/comfort
words: ~1750
summary: Snippets from Remi Lupin’s life and her complex relationship with Sirena Black
warnings: gender!swapping
notes: So a few months ago, my sister and I spent a pleasant few days casting our ideal female!Marauders over text and email. This was the result (image and post by her, not me). I dare anyone who has seen Karen Gillan and Katie McGrath not to imagine them being fun, fierce, flirty pranksters together. Anyway, a few days ago I suddenly really wanted to write something with flirty and fierce Karen!James and Katie!Sirius. I started typing and … that is not the story I wrote. I’m honestly not even sure how this happened. I don’t even ship Sirius/Remus. But somehow Remi took over my brain and would not shut up until I wrote this.
disclaimer: I don’t own anything associated with Harry Potter. The dialogue in the Shrieking Shack scene is taken directly from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, was written by J. K. Rowling, and belongs to her and her publishers. The title comes from Adele’s “Someone Like You”.

When Jamie and Sirena are united, everything is beautiful... )
trinsy: (hug)
title: Heroes for Ghosts
fandom: Harry Potter
character(s): Remus Lupin
rating: PG
words: ~2400
summary: He tells himself he’s healing because it sounds healthy and well-adjusted and like him, and James has stopped showing up to contradict him.

Hardening, he thinks, is something Sirius would have done.

notes: This is a bit of a different style for me. It’s also a bit weird. The title comes from the Pink Floyd song Wish You Were Here.

Two days after Halloween, Remus comes home from the safe house where he's been transforming for the past year... )
trinsy: (home)
title: BH
fandom: Harry Potter
character(s): Ron, appearances by several others, including the next gen kids
rating: G-ish?
words: ~2700
summary: before Harry, before Hermione, before Hogwarts... Ron reflects on families lost and families formed.
notes: I don't really know what this is. It's not really a plot as much as Ron reflects rather angstily on his life, but I don't know. It is what it is, I suppose. I am worried I might have made Ron too introspective, but given that he's near forty at this point, I don't think it's too much of a stretch.

There are things Harry and Hermione don't understand. )
trinsy: (physics)
So finals? Actually going a lot better than I would expect, all things considered. I mean, I already have two out of four papers written, which for me is pretty amazing. All credit, of course, is due to my amazing and awesome roommate, who dragged me to Starbucks and wouldn't stop giving me disappointed looks until I cracked and actually started doing homework. What did I ever do without her, seriously?

Of course, I also spent an hour today that I was supposed to be working on a paper writing fanfic. Because of course I can never be inspired when I have plenty of leisure time, but only during the most stressful times of the school year, like midterms and finals. I really like what I wrote, though, only it's from Ron's POV, and I've never written him before (I generally stay from Trio fics in general because there's so much canon stuff), and I'm worried I've made him too introspective. But it is set a good few years after he's had kids, so I figure it's not that much of a stretch. At least, I hope so. And come 12:30 Thursday, I will be FREE for three whole weeks, and I'll be able to fine tune it and stuff. So now I just need to survive until then.
trinsy: (I can see that)
Are you sure you want to quit Safari?

There are 8 windows open in Safari, with a total of 186 tabs. Do you want to quit anyway?

Ummm... I think I may have way too much Star Trek fic to read, guys. Yeah...
trinsy: (bovvered)
I just realized that the Caspian/Susan stuff in the Prince Caspian film is going to produce a ton of Caspian/Susan fanfiction from stupid people who haven't read the books and thus don't know that it's all about Caspian/Lucy.

I hate Disney so much!


Sep. 5th, 2007 07:00 pm
trinsy: (rose)
My new one-shot, Hate This Place, concerning Sirius and Regulus Black, has [finally] been posted at MNFF.  Read if so inclined.
trinsy: (doctor and rose)
It's weird to think that I've only been here a week.  It feels soo much longer.  I remember this from last year, only it was cooler last year because the novelty was there.  Now it's sort of like: "Here's school.  Here's homework."  And already on Thursday I had to motivate myself to go to class by thinking, "Only fourteen more Art classes; only thirty-one more Writing classes."  It was the second day I had those classes!  Pathetic!

Overall, though, being here is pretty awesome.  I didn't think I was going to like my room very much when I first got here, but now I'm totally in love with it.  My bed is in this sort of alcove, and I can just sit on my bed and read and no one even realizes I'm in the room.

And of course it was nice to come here and already know people.  The first morning, my roommate and I woke up around the same time, and we were just sitting on our beds talking, and I remembered how awkward it was the first morning last year.  She and I are the only ones in our group who can fully appreciate that because we're the only two who came in total strangers and ended up deciding to room together another year.  It's just nice to already be comfortable with people and not have to get to know new ones.  It's nice to be able to arrange to meet someone you already know for lunch on the very first Monday.

It's also nice when you're the only one in the unit who doesn't go out on Friday night, and you know it's not because you're a loser who still hasn't made friends yet, but because you simply don't feel like going out.  I had a very productive evening last night, actually.  I didn't do homework, though I already have a mountain that I need to wade through.  Instead, I sat in my alcove with my computer and wrote a fanfic about Sirius and Regulus, one I've been meaning to write since DH came out.  I'm actually really pleased with how it turned out.  And then some of the girls came back and we watched I Love Lucy on TiVo, and then they all went out again and I went to bed.  It was really very nice.

Tonight we're going out for my birthday, which I'm excited about materialistically because it means I'll get presents (though I'm sure we'll have fun, as well).  I'm holding out for new clothes, which means I can go longer without doing wash.
trinsy: (that's screwdriver)
So to prepare for the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, I have taken to rereading the rest of the series.  I finished Goblet of Fire earlier this evening, so I now have less than two weeks to read the last two.  I'm actually not too worried about finishing in time, as long as I buckle down (I finished Goblet in three days, and that was with long breaks on the Internet and everything).  Two years ago, in the weeks leading to the release of Half-Blood Prince, I put off my reread until so last minute that I ended up not starting Order until about eight o'clock Friday evening (I don't attend midnight release parties because I'm far too lazy, and instead pre-order off Amazon).  I ended up staying up until four the next morning (scanning liberally in the meantime), which resulted in my mom forbidding me to stay up past ten Saturday night, so that I was barely past Hermione's Helping Hand by the time I was forced to retire.  Anyway, determined not to let that happen again (I'm staying up as late as necessary to finish the last one), I started a bit earlier this time.  I also told my mom that not only do I refuse to do anything but read on the 21st, I also won't be leaving the house, lest any sort of spoiler be lurking outside.  She rolled her eyes a good deal, but she's far too used to this sort of thing from me to argue, for which I am extremely grateful.

Anyway, it's weird reading these through again.  I haven't done so since Prince came out, and it's funny how much more I seem to like Dumbledore now that I know what's coming, and how much sadder it all seems.  I cried when Cedric died too, something that's never happened before in any of my dozen or so rereads.  I suspect this has something to do with seeing the movie since last time I read it (I bawled in the theatre), because I kept thinking of the scene in the film as I read.

In the meantime, I've begun two new fanfics: one about the night Snape found out Lupin was a werewolf, the other concerning Sirius and Regulus.  They're both in the early stages, and I won't do anything permanent to them until after I read Deathly Hallows, but I'm pleased with what I have so far.  I haven't written anything in ages, and it's nice to do so again.

As a side note, I really must find some decent Doctor Who icons.  I'm far too lazy to make any myself, but I've had my icons for far too long, I'm quite ready for a change, and one involving David Tennant seems in order.


Feb. 3rd, 2007 10:25 am
trinsy: (Writing)
My new one-shot, A Marauders' Little Christmas, has been posted an MNFF (over a month late, I know).


Dec. 11th, 2006 09:39 pm
trinsy: (Writing)
My new one-shot, I Grieve, has been posted at MNFF.
trinsy: (Default)
I just submitted my latest fanfic, another one-shot about Jocelyn.  It focuses primarily on her finding out about Lily and James's deaths, and is rather depressing, I suppose.  I wrote about a page of it after seeing my grandma in the hospital, and a quite a bit more over Thanksgiving.  It's not the best story in the world, certainly, but I like it, and I'm rather pleased with the end result.  Hopefully it'll be up within the week.  I'll post with a link when it is!

~ Trinity


Aug. 26th, 2006 10:20 am
trinsy: (Default)
Where Is Your Heart?, a one-shot companion to Canis Majoris, has been posted at MNFF.
trinsy: (Writing)
Canis Majoris has been made into a series, and its first accompanying one-shot is in the queue.
trinsy: (Writing)

On Beyond the Veil, one of the fanfic sites I'm involved with, they have a Best Of section, and someone recomended both Canis Majoris and Masquerade Cliché in their respective categories!

Aww, I feel so loved and talented!

trinsy: (Writing)
Okay, so you may be wondering whatever happened to the one-shot sequel to Canis Majoris I promised (in all likelihood you’ve forgotten about it, as it’s been well over a month since I first announced it).  Well this is to remind you that it is still going to happen.  Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon.  Or rather, as soon as my inspiration returns, which, quite honestly, might not be until after graduation (no promises though).  But it’s still on, it will be either be titled Maybe It’s Me or What Hurts the Most (I am currently favoring the former) and when it’s finally posted I will announce it here.

Just wanted you to know I haven’t forgotten about you.

Trins out.


May. 5th, 2006 03:21 pm
trinsy: (Writing)
Chapter 4 of MC has been posted at MNFF.
trinsy: (Writing)

Chapter 34 of CM has been posted at MNFF. *sighs* I'm so happy I finished a story!  And yet so incredibly sad...

Thanks to all my faithful readers!!  I love you guys!


Mar. 31st, 2006 04:24 pm
trinsy: (Writing)
My new Sirius one-shot, Failure, has been posted at MNFF.


Mar. 31st, 2006 12:02 am
trinsy: (Writing)
Chapter 3 of MC has been posted at MNFF.

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