Heeeeey, blog readers! Are you ready to par-tay crazy? Because today is National Radio Day! Now, who wants a free t-shirt?
For those of you out there who appreciate radio but not wacky DJs, here's Free Radio Lawndale, written by Ken Tremberth and Erin Mills. Read all the broadcasts, and then pester the authors for moar.
- Daria and Jane Chat about Game of Thrones (Scenes No Daria Fan-Fic Should Have: Why, oh God WHY?!), by Shiva (COMPLETE!): "'You know,' Daria said to Jane after looking up from a book, 'The more I read the Game of Thrones series, the more it looks like high school with swords.'"
- Death Comes to Another Lawndale, by PrecambrianStudios (part 6): "Trent Lane screamed in agony. The infection had already taken his legs from him, and now he could feel it seeping into his groin."
- Dreaming of What Once Was (Cleaning out old files), by minx (COMPLETE!): "Every time he closed his eyes he saw her."
- Dominick Morgendorffer, by macross (part 8): "Veronica 'Ronnie' Morgendorffer was having a fairly enjoyable time in her fourth-grade art class."
- Dylan, by J-D (part 25b): "Dylan and Tierney had not succeeded in finding a joke shop on Dega Street, nor had any of Tierney's other ideas recommended themselves to Dylan. He found himself repeatedly having to point out that gifts such as incense, scented candles, retro clothing, and new guitars were all better suited to Tierney herself than to Rod."
- The Great And The Good, by ognawk (parts 4 and 5): "'Just a couple of interesting people, eh Tom?' she teased. 'I may have met a girl who was very interesting.' He replied with a slight smile. 'Slumming it with some town girl, huh?' Elsie replied in an overly haughty voice." (Part 5)
- Great Professor Dario Ch. 1 A fresh start, by ST91 (part 3): "After driving a few minutes, he spotted someone on the sidewalk. Dario saw a woman who was walking in the rain with only the shelter of a handbag. She was soaking wet."
- Laissez Faire (Cleaning out old files), by minx (COMPLETE!): "She was wasting time and she knew it. She wasn't one to take leisurely strolls, contemplating the meaning of life; she already knew the answer to that question."
- Lane Dividers, by macross (parts 1 - 3): "Across town Jake and Helen Morgendorffer were sitting at the bar of McGrundys enjoying their drinks while they waited for the Harpies to set up. Helen was enjoying a Rum and Coke when she spotted Monique Harper heading over to the bar; with her was a young man with a shaved head and a pieced nose." (Part 2) (Part 3)
- A New Direction (Iron Chef: My Dad, the director), by peetz5050 (part 7a): "'Daria?' 'Mmmm.' 'Ross Lynch... is he a good dancer?' 'Pretty good, yeah... wait... what?' Daria's eyes narrowed."
- Operation Glitterberries: Chapter 12, by BF110C4 (part 1): "Melody's afternoon was spend on a normal café sitting on a corner, killing time while waiting for the regular activities of Lawndale High to end and trying to make sense of the diary she had retrieved from the Morgendorffer's house while drinking a cup of black tea."
- Shades of Black, by thatLONERchick (COMPLETE!): "The ceiling was shrouded in darkness, shadows hiding even the less interesting cracks from her view. Daria stared dispassionately upward as the day grew old around her."
- Trent Point Blank (IC: Evil Trent), by Cap (COMPLETE!): "'This is where I grew up,' Maggie answered. 'And I never really liked Baltimore all that much. My girls are grown and moved away so there was nothing to keep me there.' 'Especially with the Old Man dead,' he said."
- Trent's Catch, by SinisterExaggerator (COMPLETE!): " It was so sudden, so unexpected, but he definitely should have seen it coming. The girl had finally mustered up the courage to ask him out."
- Trent's Meal (IC: Evil Trent), by Shiva (COMPLETE!): "Over and over again that little girl on the trike would go up and down the streets, without any reason or parental supervision. A move that her parents would live to regret."
- Unnamed story (IC: Evil Trent), by PrecambrianStudios (COMPLETE!): "James Lane awoke to the sound of scurrying feet and a loud banging noise. His mother barged into his bedroom and turned on the lights. Panting, she knelt in front of her seven-year old son and grasped his shoulders. 'He's here,' she said."
- Victim Complex (Scenes No Daria Fan-Fic Should Have: Why, oh God WHY?!), by SacredDust (COMPLETE!): "A dim, smoldering spark lit in the corner of Daria's eye. Jane noticed, leaned over and shook her head frantically. No. Not here."