Halrloprillalar (prillalar) wrote,
Halrloprillalar
prillalar

Weekender

Wrote a drabble for the slash100 Hearts Pounding challenge: Pulse and Impulse - Legolas/Gimli, PG. Kind of sappy.

Answered the last character interview question: Galadriel

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Had a dream about Neville. He was in danger. Also, he was dating Hermione. I mentioned this to the boy when we were at the pub and he was most enthusiastic about it. (It wasn't until afterwards that I realised that we have a very Hermione/Neville relationship ourselves. *g*) Because, he said, Hermione should have a boyfriend for the interim whilst waiting to be old enough to date Snape. (The boy is such a shipper!)

I said, but what about Ron? He opined that Ron could have Goyle. And then reconsidered that Goyle was too good for Ron. I'm not sure why he's down on Ron -- Ron's actually my fave of all the kids.

But so long as Ron was well taken care of, I could really go for Hermione/Neville. I think Neville would appreciate Hermione in a way that Ron doesn't.

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Also at the pub, I was distracted by a Stargate episode on one of the TVs. But it was Bane, so I wasn't too distracted.

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I've been writing this weekend, working on my rather large (for me) HP WIP and it's excruciatingly hard to get the words onto the page. It makes me wonder -- does this mean the story will be better or worse than one that just pours out of me? Is there even a correlation there?

Do you find that the stories that come easily to you are your better ones? Or are the ones you agonize over a higher quality? Or do you think the hard ones are better but you get more feedback on the easy ones?

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I need a drink. I now have a steady supply of caffeine-free Coke, so I can get back to supplicating my muse with rum and Coke, which I've not done since I went off caffeine almost two years ago.

Hail Eris! There is rum. There will be words.

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