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ffkoah fic challenge!

kate98 is running a fic challenge over at ffkoah! You can find all the rules and stuff here, but the upshot is there should be LOTS AND LOTS of fic about the FFKOAH. (For the newbies, that's father-figure-kink-of-angsty-hotness. Basically, my obsession with AJ and Mac from JAG and Gibbs and Kate from NCIS (before they KILLED HER OFF, DAMN IT) falls under that category.)

I probably won't be posting for the challenge (the posting date falls right before finals, so I'll be working my ass off trying to pass my classes), but I hope to see pretty pretty fic.

(Oh! And I do have plans for an AJ/Mac post-series finale fic, for those of you who are interested, but they're on hold until summer break. Because it'll probably be long and plotty. I hate long and plotty, but that's the way it's going in my head.)


Mar. 30th, 2006 02:31 am (UTC)
I'll read whatever you write, Shannon, even though I don't watch NCIS (and didn't really watch JAG either.) I did love the AJ/Mac fics you'd written!

Did you decide on your schedule yet? I know you had a couple different scenarios in mind.
Mar. 30th, 2006 03:07 am (UTC)
I think I'm going to do the second schedule (the one with no Wednesday or Friday classes), but I'm going to take Introduction to Philosophy: the Big Questions rather than English Literature of the 17th century, since it's too late for me to declare a minor.

(This has the added bonus of giving me Mondays off, thereby giving me a four-day weekend. *grin*)

Of course, if I can get an internship over the summer, the head of the CS department says I can apply the credits to the fall semester (so as not to have to pay for summer classes), which would mean I could only take three classes. (Internships count as eight credit hours, or two classes, and the limit without clearing it with some committee is 20 credits a semester (five classes).)


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