June 5th, 2007

Beware the CUTE

It takes many to create only one

I thought I would share a little project I've been working on (actually this is part of a much BIGGER secret project, but I digress, you only get to see the 'core' of it all). As you can read on the first image, it's a real life Philosopher's stone and I'm not going to divulge the purpose of having it just quite yet (but soon enough). If anyone is going to AWA this year, I should be revealing what that secret project is at the con ^^.

I will say however this took 5 attempts to get it right, and I finally found the correct method with which works (and maybe enough humans?)
Mustang- Your Mom

Gains and Losses- Chapter 14: "A Night Out" (Havoc)

This is the fourteenth chapter of the arc called "Gains and Losses". It is Havoc-centric. It is set in the mangaverse, so if you don't know what happens to Havoc around Chapter 38, then read it before you start this fic.

Title: A Night Out
Author: SeaweedOtter
Beta: The very VERY belated birthday girl havocmangawip
Characters: Jean Havoc, Maria Ross, and the rest of the gang
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Manga Spoilers... Set in the manga, a couple years after the end of Chapter 38. Maybe AU?
Summary: L- is for the way you look at me...

Author's note: FMA is property of Arakawa Hiromu, and Bones and the rest of them- and Le Cellier is property of the mouse ears. I liked the name Anyone who has been to the restaurant may recognize the descriptions of the restaurant and its food.

Read all the chapters so far HERE!

For the first part of the week, Havoc had been able to keep it together. He tried not to show his nervousness about his first date since the incident.

Fanfic: More Chibi Drabbles (Fullmetal Alchemist)

Titles: Paradise Lost; If Wishes Were Horses ... ; The Facts of Life
Fandom: FMA (anime or manga version)
Character(s): Ed, Al and Winry
Pairing(s): None.
Rating: G
Word Count: 300 this round.
Warnings: Graphic depiction of childhood psychological trauma None.
A/N: Three more glimpses of Ed and Al's childhood added to the set (bringing it to a grand total of nineteen drabbles). I must credit lyricnonsense for the prompts that produced "Paradise Lost" and "The Facts of Life" -- she appears to be having a salutary effect on my creativity of late. At least I think it's salutary; anyone who disagrees now knows who to blame. Crossposted from nebroadwe to Höllenbeck (i.e. hagaren_manga, fm_alchemist, fullservicefma, fma_gen, fma_writers, and fma_fiction).

Al lets his memories and Ed his mouth run away with him, and the roots of a settled conviction are laid bare ...