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Yes, I realize it's May, shh. Better very late than never? I have been busy... Let's go with that excuse. XD

Title: A Memento
Fandom: French Revolution historical fiction
Rating: PG
Pairing: gen or Robespierre/Saint-Just depending on your preference
Summary: While working at Robespierre's lodging, Saint-Just finds something tucked away in the older man's papers.
Notes: Written for Holiday Drabbles 2011 for [livejournal.com profile] ainokallas who requested Robespierre/Saint-Just.

... )

Title: A Patriot's Letter
Fandom: 1776
Rating: PG
Pairing: John/Abigail
Summary: John tries to compose a letter to his dear wife.
Notes: Written for Holiday Drabbles 2011 for [livejournal.com profile] jadore_histoire who requested some 1776, John writing to Abigail after the Declaration is signed.

... )

Title: Good Vibrations
Fandom: Judeo-Christian mythology
Rating: PG
Pairing: Asmodeus/Raphael
Summary: Raphael turns out to be good with his hands, and Asmodeus indulges in a bit of musical appreciation.
Notes: Written for Holiday Drabbles 2011 for [livejournal.com profile] jestana who requested Asmodeus/Raphael with the prompt "good vibrations".

... )
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Yesterday was such a great day, even for a Friday. In French class, a little sparrow flew into the room through an open window. It fluttered around the ceiling a few times before landing on the sill of one of the closed windows.

I don't know what is with girls and naming things, but once we decided that we needed to catch and release the bird, the next concern was what to name it. It was collectively determined that Pierre would be a good name.

Anyways, the gal who was trying to catch Pierre was doing a good job, but the sparrow kept fluttering his wings, and she was afraid of hurting him. Thankfully my friend Taylor had kept birds before, and when she and I got over to the windows, she was able to hold onto the bird. Smiling, Taylor-chan carried little Pierre to the open window and gave him a quick smooch on his feathery head before releasing him to the outside. Trés cool. *hugs her*

In other news, the constant rain of this past week has been defeating the evil hot summer temperature as well as inspiring me like crazy. ^^

Title: Downpour
Fandom: French Revolution
Pairing: vaguely Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG
Summary: AU In the early morning of 10 Thermidor, Robespierre and Saint-Just quietly flee Paris.
Notes: It's been raining non-stop all week where I live, and I love it sooo much! Rain always inspires me like crazy. This R/S fic was originally meant to be a drabble, but I just couldn't stop writing for it. *grin* This is incredibly AU and probably out of character too, but I like how it turned out anyway.

When it rained, it poured. And all over Paris, oh how it poured! )
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Meh, I officially wish school was over now. I love it to death, especially French, History, and Computer Tech., but I'm just getting too worn out. Since I'm leaving two days early, I have just 16 days (counting weekends) left, and then it's straight to Vermont for a week followed by a short trip to Fort Ticonderoga. Oh, how badly I'm looking forward to this. ^^ I'll have to go to the school office and schedule my finals early (normally they're on the last two days of school), but it'll be worth it.

Today I went to Barnes & Noble to get my summer reading for my Advanced Placement U.S. History class. On the car drive there, my sister kept singing nonsense songs, including how she wanted to be a tractor when she grew up, and somewhere in there she threw in that I want to guillotine all the green jellybeans. O_o For the public record, I have nothing against them, and I don't believe they're guilty of Royalist activity.

At the bookstore I made out pretty well. I found three of the five books, and I also scored the newest volume of the manga Earthian and this new book What Would the Founders Do? by Richard Brookhiser. Now the only two left on my reading list are 1776 by David McCullough (brilliant author!) and The Real Lincoln by Thomas Dilorenzo. Yum, books.

And now some French Rev slash. The first one I wrote a little while ago for [livejournal.com profile] daughtermestizo, and the second proves that I clearly have a thing for oranges... O_o

Citrus Addiction

(Saint-Just/Robespierre: 100 words/PG-15)

The tangy scent of oranges permeated the air )

Citrus Addiction II

(Saint-Just/Robespierre: 268 words/PG-13)

The ripe section of orange gave easily as Maximilien Robespierre bit down. )
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Mmm, even more rain today, and no school again. Unfortunately, today I've actually had to work since I'm pretty sure there'll be school tomorrow. I have this big ass 4th quarter computer project I need to finish. *flails* And yet in spite of that, I'm about to post a drabble meme, but drabbles don't take very long, and I haven't done one of these things in a while...

gakked from [livejournal.com profile] lacecravat,

Every person on your friends list gets to request a drabble (read drabble: 100 words exactly) from you. In return, they have to post this in their journal and write a drabble for you. Post all fandoms you're willing to write for. Your friends can pick a relationship, a story arc, a missing scene, or pretty much anything they want, unless the author has previously mentioned that they will not write it. They comment with what they want, and you write drabbles and post it in your journal.

Fandoms I'll Write For: Damn, there's a lot... )

*goes off to be productive now*
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Ugh, I have a big-ass math test on Wednesday, and I have a big-ass review for it tomorrow. I need to pass this especially since I failed the last two quizzes. *works like crazy*

On the lighter side of things and the school's literary magazine had a very productive meeting today…although it seems I've been switched from the poetry committee to the art committee. But I'm cool with that since I'm rather good with both PS and scanners anyway. ^^ Speaking of which, I am also working on some of the zine's art at home 'cause we really need this magazine published before, um, the end of school...? o__0 *frantically potshops in between math problems*

And in my spare time (Haha, not!), I finally took a twenty minute break to finish my Chauvelin/Robespierre fic based on the A&E The Scarlet Pimpernel. Mmm, crack pairing.

Title: Someone to Turn to
Fandom: A&E version of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Season 1, Episode 3
Pairing: Chauvelin/Marguerite, Chauvelin/Robespierre
Rating: PG
Summary: With the Dauphin missing, Robespierre is panicking. Who does he turn to? Chauvelin of course.
Notes: BIG FAT SPOILER!!! If you haven't seen Episode 3 of the first season of A&E's Scarlet Pimpernel, you may not want to read any further.

Also, this is not how I normally view Robespierre. In the Scarlet Pimpernel, he is very much a frigidly intelligent, bloodthirsty tyrant so if he reads as a bit of a bastard, that was fully intended. Oh and if the above description doesn't convince you that he's the villain of the series, his coat also has guillotine buttons. I kid you not. -_-'

Maximilien Robespierre's hard-heeled shoes rapped an agitated staccato against the large square tiles of Paul Chauvelin's private office. )
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Robespierre, still being fangirled 248 years later. *clings*

And in honor of the occasion, a fic...

Title: Surprises
Fandom: French Revolution
Pairing: Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG-13
Summary: For Maxime's birthday, Saint-Just has planned a surprise.
Notes: Wow, this was totally random…and probably kinda lame. I was originally going for a double drabble, but I'm seven words over. I'm sure you guys'll forgive me though…

Rose petals were scattered all over the floor. )
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Whoo, it's been a pretty good week thus far. I've been enjoying vol 1 of The Matrix comics. Mmmm, Agent Brown. I also scored two sign-ins today so I got to spend first period in the library and second period in Mr. Lachances room reading and typing fics. Ah, the joy.

Unfortunately, scanning stuff for the literary magazine is a royal pain. We're using Apple computers. I hate Apple computers. *stabstabstab*

However, I love Robespierre, and with some of my free time, I finally wrote a happy fic. XD

Title: First Impressions
Fandom: French Revolution RPS
Pairing: Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG
Summary: Saint-Just and Robespierre talk about what they thought when they first met each other.
Note: For the crescent challenge at [livejournal.com profile] historslash100 even though the word is only mentioned briefly.

Robespierre gave a contented sigh, quite comfortable lying in bed next to Saint-Just. )
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Because apparently I haven't tortured Robespierre enough yet.

Title: I Don't Want to Hear It
Fandom: French Revolution RPS
Pairing: unrequited Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG I think…
Summary: There's something Saint-Just needs to tell Robespierre.

Are the rumors true? )

And here's the ficart for my little story. Originally the drawing was going to have a quote from a French Rev book, but I like this better.

Medium: 0.7 mm mechanical pencil, some colored pencil, 01 Micron ink pen, and text in PS.
Clickie )

Better version to be found on my devART account here
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Whee! 'Nother drawing. This time it's Camille Desmoulins and blonde!Saint-Just, two gents from the French Revolution who couldn't stand each other. ^^ Overall, I prefer Saint-Just/Robespierre, but I still really like how this turned out.

Title: I Dare You
Fandom: French Revolution
Pairing: Saint-Just/Desmoulins, Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG
Summary: Saint-Just jumps to conclusions.
Notes: Just a random little snippet. I couldn't decide on a good location for this to take place so I'm sure there are plenty of historical inaccuracies.

Camille looked up, startled. Standing in the doorway was Louis Antoine Saint-Just. )

And the drawing: here )
Larger version here.
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Ugh, I've been so evilly busy working on my computer tech class research project. My class had to pic a career and do an essay & powerpoint on it, and I chose history teacher. Overachiever that I am, I'm making a crazy video presentation. Oy... I'm so close to having it done, and then afterwards I shall start working on the rest of my to-do list.

To-Do List
-finish Lafayette/Hamilton dance pic
-draw Men In Tights slash
-draw emo!Saint-Just
-write 1776 fics for [livejournal.com profile] fanfic100
-write French Rev Robespierre/Saint-Just for [livejournal.com profile] historslash100
-submit fanart to [livejournal.com profile] 1776_contest
-finish Algebra homework

(Note how far down the homework is. Nice to see I have my priorities in order, right? XD )

And so I leave you all with a wee bit of Saint-Just/Robespierre. Some of you may have seen it already. My first time writing these two, but I think it came out okay...

Title: In Need of a Little Rest
Fandom: The French Revolution
Historslash Challenge #059: Food
Pairing: vaguely Saint-Just/Robespierre
Rating: PG-13 (because Saint-Just has a dirty mouth -_-')
Summary: Robespierre is sick, Saint-Just is worried, and Eleonore Duplay makes soup.
Notes: Takes place sometime after Robespierre moves in with the Duplays. Other than that, forgive my probably inaccurate portrayal of everyone. My excuse? There have been much worse portrayals than mine. XD

Glancing up from whatever document he was reading, Maximilien Robespierre shot Louis Antoine Saint-Just a frosty look. )


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