I'm going to introduce my new writing journal (which is a community this time around, but I will just be posting my writing there) and then run away. The profile is just a draft to hold space; hopefully someday I'll jazz it up.
(I think it's like Bloody Mary, when saying it three times means a deadly Kiwish quill is going to come attack you with terrible writing. I have to watch out now, make sure my own ballpoint doesn't seek my pupil...)
Kiwi = me
Calamus = the hollow spine of a feather used for a quill.
So Feather has her quill and I, as a Kiwibird, have my calamus. *Shrugs.* It was good enough for me and I was sick of not having somewhere on LJ to put my writing.
So far it's just Emelan (Tamora Pierce 'Circle of Magic' series) writing and I have more Emelan stories to put up, I think. Then it will probably be on to Grey's Anatomy and then Harry Potter - so I won't blame you if you don't want to join yet (or even ever - no blame!). I just knew that there were some people on my flist who are in the Emeland fandom and especially with Lark/Rosethorn in the Smackdown competition (which I still don't fully understand but that's alright), I thought I'd point toward some of my old writing. Just to be in the right (write) spirit.
Warning: The material uploaded so far, for the most part, is old. Like...old. Kiwi-babydyke-in-high-school old. Freshman-year-high-school old. Even editing can only do so much. But it's readable, and some of it isn't even terrible.
And there we go. I may put up more messages as I switch through my three main fandoms. The theory is that some day I will actually get all my writing up there (hah! as if!) and have an up-to-date masterlist with a running word total (wouldn't that be nice). Hopefully someday there will be a 'yay I finished!' update. We'll see. For now I'm going back to running away.
(peroxidepirate, do I get life!points for this? Because it's nerve-wrecking. And I don't even have my recent writing there yet. :X)
"I am a writer who happens to love women. I am not a lesbian who happens to write."