cuddyclothes: (Cuddygack)
All fics on this list are House/Wilson.

Lots of House and Wilson Goodness! )
cuddyclothes: (Manny Mouse)
So, my fic has a tiny (but growing!) audience. I used to be frustrated about it, but accepted the reality: tiny audience, tiny comments. Also, I seem to be the only writer doing this. I wouldn't if I didn't keep compulsively coming up with stories. Believe me, if I could stop, I would stop.

However, sometimes the comments are so lovely they have brought me to tears. So I'm posting a few. Feel free to skip.  There's also a bunch on

Don't worry about not understanding what they're about.

ETA: If there seems to be a paucity of House stories, it's because all of the post-ep fics are in one place, and I removed "The Princess And The Peeved" from both sites.


Stroking my ego )


cuddyclothes: (Stupidity)
I wrote 3500 words of fic today, mostly in one sitting.  Oh dear eyeballs are going to fall out.
cuddyclothes: (casey28 city bird)
Ok, continuing my Swiss Army Man discussions.  Comments will be screened.

So, Hank (in his mind) became Sarah, and then completely freaks out.  Now he's hopelessly confused. How can he believe he is a woman?  He defines himself as a straight male, and feels tremendous shame.  I'm going forward with the stories, but I'm having a hard time figuring out how Hank feels about all of this.  He's not just going to say, "oh, sometimes I forget who I am and I'm a woman during those times and it's cool".  When I've done male drag I've always been conscious of myself as a female. It's a persona, not a person.

Has anyone dealt with those issues, or known someone who has? I really need help with this.

ALSO: the question of virginity. Is it always having penetrative sex with a woman?  I'm hetero so that's always been the definition I've known.  What is it for gay men?  What defines virginity/no longer a virgin?
cuddyclothes: (Blah blah Sam) December, about how I had seen this amazing movie, Swiss Army Man. I felt the way I did when I saw House's Head/Wilson's Heart.  When I saw the latter, from the get-go I was seeing something I had never seen before, and that was it, hooked, even as the show groaned to its over-timely end. After I saw SAM, over the ensuing days I couldn't stop thinking about it.  Also, I have a new OTP (although House/Wilson are my forever OTP).

Not only is it funny, it's crazy, sweet, puerile and unexpectedly deep. Paul Dano as Hank and Daniel Radcliffe as dead Manny are spectacular. There is tremendous chemistry between the two actors, who are pretty much the whole show until the end. The Daniels, first-time feature directors, use deliberately low-tech effects (and real forest animals) to ground the film in physical reality. In an interview, Radcliffe said the film is not fantasy, it's magical realism. Which is a great description. It won the Best Directing Prize at Sundance, and is up for Best Directing and Best Editing at the Independent Spirit Awards, the indie Oscars. The cinematography is beautiful.

cuddyclothes has a thing about men cross-dressing )
cuddyclothes: (Color Mae West)
This is a fanfic about presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane, one fateful night at their hotel. Chapters range from PG-13 to NC-17 because I am basically a seriously sick fuck.

Characters: Bernie Sanders, Jane Sanders
Rating: PG-13 for language
A/N: Apologies to my foreign readers if this makes no sense.

Little did Jane and Bernie knew their fateful night would start like this...

Read more... )

cuddyclothes: (Bird)
Shitty First Drafts
Anne Lamott from Bird by Bird

Born in San Francisco in 1954, Anne Lamott is a graduate of Goucher College
in Baltimore and is the author of six novels, including Rosie (1983), Crooked Little Heart (1997), All New People (2000), and Blue Shoes (2002). In the following selection, taken from Lamott’s popular book about writing, Bird by Bird (1994):

Now, practically even better news than that of short assignments is the idea of shitty first drafts. All good writers write them. This is how they end up with good second drafts and terrific third drafts. Peop le tend to look at successful writers who are getting their books published and maybe even doing well financially and think that they sit down at their desks every morning feeling like a million dollars, feeling great about who they are and how much talent they have and what a great story they have to tell; that they take in a few deep breaths, push back their sleeves, roll their necks a few times to get all the cricks out, and dive in, typing fully formed passages as fast as a court reporter.

"It's over," I'd think. "I'm toast." )
cuddyclothes: (Color Mae West)
Hi, gang -

Believe it or not, another entry devoted to The Princess And The Peeved.  I had a long talk with a fanfic copyright expert.  I can publish this book (she even knows presses who do this) providing I "scrub the serial numbers".  Fortunately, I already removed all of the staff's names, and changing the hospital isn't a problem.  And I changed Wilson's first name to Peter.

But House...what in God's name do I call Gregory House?  I'm going to wait until the final draft is finished.  It's been on and off the shelf these past few years.

Does anyone have any suggestions????

Wilson House castle brindlewolf

House and Wilson's "stunt doubles" courtesy of [ profile] brindlewolf
cuddyclothes: (Hitler Pink)
Intro To The Blog

Carle's Opening Salvo: The Pilot

Elisa's Overview


Season One, Episodes 3 & 4: Occam's Razor and Maternity

Carle's comments are in black, mine are in blue. That's as far as I've gotten the past two weeks.  Except for the formatting, it doesn't take too long to post an entry.  Soon I'll have a link on the side.


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