Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Fanfic update. More soon. I hope!

Hi, all! I'm back from vacation and ready to update some more fanfic. Hopefully there will be more substantial posts on the way, but for now I'm just trying to keep things moving. Enjoy!

The Absolutely True Story Explaining Why Blue M&Ms Are Repulsive to Jane Lane and Should Disturb Everyone (Write-off Challenge 6, Round 2), by Shull Bitter (COMPLETE!): "Jane was still in semi-shock, taking full account of Jesse's tongue mastery—firm and confident enough to move an M&M with accuracy, yet light enough not to put any additional pressure on her eyeball. She leaned towards his face, ready to share a chocolaty kiss."

The Cards You Are Dealt, by Doggieboy (part 1): "Scarlett Hawkins walked down one of Lawndale’s residential sidewalks with a purpose and a determined look on her face. While she appeared to look straight ahead as she moved, her gaze darted back and forth; by now, it was a habit. Her right hand held onto her jacket lapel, because that way she was within quick reach of the .45-automatic pistol in its shoulder holster."

Daria/Dorian Ch. 9: Failure Is A Good Thing, by LadieT (COMPLETE!): "The following Monday morning when the projects were due, Jodie walked into the school looking utterly defeated. She had failed at getting the summer off. Mack's face resembled one of a zombie with a hangover. He had spent all day Sunday trying to teach Kevin the three branches of government. Upchuck spent the day mumbling to himself."

Daria/Dorian Ch. 10: Parades Stink!, by LadieT (part 1): "Dorian arrived home after watching "Sick, Sad, World" with Jane to see Quinn and the rest of the Fashion Club waiting in the living room for him. Okay, do I run back out the door or should I face the demons straight on."

Esteemsters(Crossovers Still Crossing Over), by DarkAtlan (COMPLETE!): "'Come on, Daria, finish what you were saying,' Helen chimed in, desperate to get the conversation away from Daria’s... oddities."

Everybody Comes to Trent’s, by JPAGC (COMPLETE!): "I am shaken by fury and in a few steps I am by the piano, snapping at player: 'Nick, though I told you never to play...!' And then I see her."

Fair Enough - The Facebook Edition, by LadieT (COMPLETE!): "Jane Lane, Jodie Landon, and Daria Morgendorffer became fans of Information Booths and joined the group We Hope That Mack Is Wearing A Cup."

The fiercest battles lie within, by VPrad (parts 18 - 20): "An involuntary smile and a slight blush appeared on Daria’s face. Quinn was surprised by that, until the day before, it would have been unthinkable to see her sister smile. She had been so depressed with the whole Jane situation. Something had happened." (Part 19) (Part 20)

The First Week: Day Two, by Chris Tucker (parts 1 - 4): "'Jane was right. The only man you can trust IS Mr. Coffee!'" (Part 2) (Part 3) (Part 4)

Flynn at 1111 Glen Oak (Crossovers Still Crossing Over), by cfardell_Brenorenz29 (part 2): "He then scanned the house for his objective. '5 humans, 1 cat detected' reported the sensors. He narrowed the sensors down. 'Teenager detected. Location: upstairs bedroom'. Norm then walked towards the front door."

Futur-aria (Daria/Futurama fusion) Snippets, by cfardell_Brenorenz29: "'If IC Wiener is not here before 11:59, I may as well eat the pizza myself,' she said. There was still no answer. She went over to a table near one of the open tubes and put the pizza and the note with IC Wiener, Applied Cryogenics, 10A/1000 Dega Street on it on the table."

God Save The Esteem ep9: Pop Cult, by Charles RB (COMPLETE!): "'The Gupty children are what happen when a Stepford Wife and a Borg love each other very much. They wouldn’t stop singing songs about clean moral values. They associate sugar with Nazism.'" (Part 4)

Her First New Dress, by HeirOfNorton (COMPLETE!): "She looked at the poster about her bed, which showed the most beautiful woman in the whole world. The woman was wearing a really pretty dress and long gloves and was holding a stick with a cigarette on the end. She was smiling and looking at the camera, like she was smiling at Mei-Ling, and telling her she could be this pretty some day. Her mother said she would never be that pretty if she stayed so fat, but Mei-Ling was sure she could."

Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai, by various authors (Ongoing): "Daria looked around, squinting slightly in the glow of a hundred lit candles, watching the flickering shadows play about the room."

The (Incomplete) Autobiography of Jane Lane, by Roentgen (COMPLETE!): "The next year when I was five we had a drought. It killed everything in the garden. I remember flocks of butterflies flittering around the garden and Dad trying to chase them away. I got mad at him and began to chase Dad."

Invader Dar, by Wraith (Updated!): "For her first class of the day, she had Mr. DeMartino's social studies class. 'Class, today we have a new student joining us. Please welcome Dar... Lastnamewhatsalastnamedoineedmorethanonewhydoyouhumanshavetroubledistinguisingpeople? Please raise your hand.'"

Is It Fall Yet? -- The Facebook Edition, by Erin Mills (part 1): "Michael J. Mackenzie has joined the group Please, God, Smite These Idiots That Surround Me."

It's a Sick, Sad, Sad, Sad World, by TheExcellentS (COMPLETE!): "'Well, considering the fact that this isn’t a simulation, I think now might be a better time than any to say... Watch out for that billboard, Jane!'" (Part 4)

Jake's on a Plane (Scenes no Daria fanfic should have: Damn The Torpedoes!), by Smijey (COMPLETE!): "'Is that...is that hissing? What's that coming from?'"

The James Lane Chronicles Ch 2, by InvisibleDan (part 5): "'I'll still keep my eye on you, James. But I think Daria can do a lot worse than to have you for a boyfriend.' James sighed. 'You don't have to worry about that, Mrs. Morgendorffer. I've never thought about your daughter in that way.'"

Jane Morgendorrfer, by LadieT (parts 17 and 18): "A brief conversation took place and Helen agreed to let Charity bring her kit over to practice a couple of nights a week. Trent's cheeks turned bright red as Charity waved at him." (Part 18)

Lawndale and Sandi Griffin’s Genie (Chapter 1), by cfardell_Brenorenz29 (parts 5 and 6): "Mr O’Neill was blubbering in the background. 'Why did my class have to be the one interrupted by a mischievous genie?' he was saying." (Part 6)

My Life As A Sidekick To A Teenage Robot, by Patrick Moore (part 1): "The SUV that drove the Morgendorffer family to their new home from Highland, TX to Trembleton stopped at a familiar sort of a house that was red. For the last few weeks, Daria Morgendorffer didn’t mind moving to a new town, but Trembleton was different. It had more damage to it’s town, than Townsville and Miracle City combined."

A Nightmare in Lawndale, by peapotmaster (part 1): "'Tommy Sherman’s dead…again,' said Daria Morgendorffer to Jodie Landon at the site of the Lawndale Roar office."

Patience, by NightGoblyn (parts 1 and 2): "Trent's eyes flicked from Church to Whitetown and back. 'I heard banging in Janey's room, woke me up. I went to go see what was going on, and she was smoking a cigarette. She stopped driving the nails long enough to tell me her story, and now I'm telling you mine. And hers, I guess.' Trent nodded. 'Yeah, that's where I gotta start.'" (Part 2)

Raft College: The First Year, by rglovejoy (part 29): "'Dad,' Daria said in a warning tone, 'remember your heart.' She worried that he might become agitated and then he would end up in the hospital. Although Boston has some of the best hospitals in the world, she would rather not have him going into one of them."

Searching for a New Hope, by thatLONERchick (parts 1 - 3): "The girl wore her auburn hair past her waist; it brushed the seat of her desk every time she moved. Under her faded green jacket, worn unzipped over ripped jeans, was a black wife beater. On the front, just between the girl’s breasts, was a large, stylized white D." (Part 2) (Part 3)

The Spectacular Spider-Girl, by Jim North (parts 2 - 5): "She needed to see a doctor. She needed to call a poison center. But most of all, she needed to shut her eyes and descend into the sweet darkness of sleep. Without bothering to take off the rest of her clothes, she stood up, walked over to her bed, and fell across it, unconscious before she even hit the mattress." (Part 3) (Part 4) (Part 5)

That I Can Depend On (Write-off Challenge 6, Round 2), by Dennis (COMPLETE!): "They continued in the same vein for another fifteen minutes before Tom finally stalked out, the bowl of gummy bears just missing his head as he left the kitchen. In the aftermath, she stood alone, heart racing and rage still coursing through her. She wasn't sure she could forgive Tom some of the things he'd said, and part of her hoped she'd wounded him as badly."

That Infernal Nonsense, by Ajar (Act I, Scene X): "Quinn (spoken): I keep telling people that the Fashion Club didn't let him in because he was a guy. It had nothing to do with his popularity. He doesn't need to get all not-asking-out-y just because he really likes your new water boy."

Tide Turner (Iron Chief: What if Tom met Daria first), by thatLONERchick (COMPLETE!): "'I’m going to the Laundromat, Quinn, not a speed date. I don’t expect to "get a guy," I expect to wash my clothes in peace and come home.'"

Two Halves: Chapter 6 - Role Models, by Dark Kuno (part 4): "Claude's right eyebrow lifted a bit as he watched Daria take her turn. It was blatantly obvious that the girl wanted to be anywhere other than on stage, but something else caught his attention beyond her disdain."

Unnamed Story (Scenes no Daria fanfic should have: Damn The Torpedoes!), by Smijey (COMPLETE!): "She had spent all night writing her latest essay for English class, entitled "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: Five Works of Literature that Sparked Wars", and had just placed it on her desk in anticipation of handing it in to Mr. O'Neill. Mack entered the class, followed by Kevin, who was goofing around with a bottle of water in one hand when he tripped over his shoelaces and splashed water on Daria, Daria's desk, and (most infuriatingly) Daria's essay."

The Untitled Crazy Themed Schools Fic!, by Smijey: "'Alright, youse mugs, simmer down!' he called out. 'My name's 'Tommy' O'Neill. You know why the call me Tommy?' He opened the violin case, seized out the Thompson submachine gun inside, and emptied a clip into the ceiling. Bits of plaster rained down upon the students, all of whom seemingly unaffected by the insane act. Daria herself flinched and slumped down lower in the seat."

The Vision of the Burning Cities, by jtranser (Updated!): "'Here, you will learn that the dream movie you are watching is also watching you. It is also a critic judging your performance, an improv group reacting to your input, a trusting friend or an implacable enemy determined on your ruin.'"

Y-Me?, by HolyGrail2007 (parts 17 - 23 ): "Quinn darted off, taking one last peek at Mitch before she left. The kid looked so completely stunned by the fact that Quinn gave him such a gift he didn’t know what to do. But if it worked anything like Brandon, she’d know she could do it as easily as Rebecca. And after that, work on Andy." (Part 18) (Part 19) (Part 20) (Part 21) (Part 22) (Part 23)

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