nekare: (Elektra)
Title: The one about the recruits that didn’t make the cut
Word Count: 1800
Summary: In which Charles keeps on finding Arthur and Eames making out under the bushes near the mansion.
Author's Notes: Written for [personal profile] ignipes, who gave me the awesome prompt of 'that time Charles and Erik try to recruit Eames and Arthur'. You know that fantastic XMFC/Inception crossover on the kink meme? Yeah, this isn’t that. This is pure fluffy CRACK. It was really fun to write, though.

They find Eames in Vegas, turning into beautiful, dangerous women and egging on high rollers into betting more before taking their money, leaving them panting and hard and tied to their plush hotel chairs. )
nekare: (Elektra)
Yeah, so this was supposed to be a 500 word drabble. My mind didn't like that plan :3

Title: Impasse
Word Count: 7300
Summary Creation and destruction is fluid in the dreaming. When something falls into pieces, it can become something new before it hits the ground. This fact is etched into Arthur’s brain, always there in the forefront of his mind, but it is only lately that he has begun to think of Eames in the same terms.
Author's Notes: Betaed by the fantastic [profile] sablier_bloque! Written for [personal profile] kyasuriin, who requested stuff blowing up, and [personal profile] haltlos, who asked for matching totems. I had lots of fun writing this, these characters are just so amazingly insane. :D

The first time they kiss is just as hazy as the dream, almost unreal in how good and hot and wrong and right it feels. )
nekare: (Olivia)
posted by [personal profile] nekare at 09:47pm on 14/08/2011 under , , , ,
I went book shopping yesterday! It was ace. It's always such a thrill to have new books to read :3 I got: 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami, Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood, Castillos de cartón and Alias de geografía humana by Almudena Grandes, El Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges and Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry. Has anyone read any of them? Were they good/bad/meh?

I really want to write, but every time I try I can't seem to do anything. So! Leave me a prompt and I'll write you a drabble! Preferable fandom/pairings are Erik/Charles and Arthur/Eames, but I wouldn't be opposed to writing for Doctor Who. Go, go, go!
nekare: (starfish)
posted by [personal profile] nekare at 02:34am on 02/10/2010 under , ,
Just finished reading Presque Vu by [ profile] rageprufrock, and, unnnngh. If you love Inception fandom at all, you MUST read this. Like, yesterday. 70 000 amazing words of one of the most imaginative and fantastic Inception fics so far. It starts out so different and then step by step you see all these people become the characters in the movie. ♥
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posted by [personal profile] nekare at 02:27pm on 27/07/2010 under ,
Look, I don't mind the Arthur/Eames fic that's composing half of the Inception fandom at the minute, it's hot and stuff (even though there wasn't that much interaction there in the movie, but you know, artistic license and whatnot, again, it's hot), but what I REALLY want is long plotty fic about dreams and reality and what happens after the ending of the movie and twists and such. Anyone's seen something like it? If so, please link me to it? Pretty please.

Found this recipe for SUPPOSEDLY huevos rancheros, and wow, seldom before have I seen something that looks so little like huevos rancheros. I mean, how do you mess up such a simple recipe? By starters: DUDE, flour tortillas in that is a big no-no. In fact, it annoys me how people consider that flour tortillas are THE tortillas, as it happens in England, for example, because they're a variation of the proper corn ones, and used much less. Bah. If you get served enchiladas made with flour tortillas? That shit is wrong, yo.

In other cooking news today I made Shepherd's Pie (or rather, Cottage Pie) and Mountain Pie with strawberries. Yum. :D
nekare: (starfish)
posted by [personal profile] nekare at 12:04am on 25/07/2010 under , ,

Inception was every bit as good as people have been saying, and it's such a great, fuzzy feeling, when you can't stop thinking about it afterwards and you just can't wait to see it again. Theater was oversold and had to seat in the stairs, though, until an elderly couple got annoyed at the loud soundtrack and left. Still. Wow. I've heard it been called something like 'the new Matrix' or something, and you can see the resemblance, that with the reality vs. fiction subject, but mostly it's just about them both being strong, well-made sci-fi films that give you a bone to chew and think of, and that inevitably become cult films. It was really striking visually, too. Quite, quite a lot. SIGH. I really want to go see it again. Will have to do it soon, because it's apparently only showing this week, and only in two somewhat crappy cinemas, which is ODD.


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