So I’ve decided to do a Secret Santa fic exchange for all the lovely people here on tumblr. I’ve already messaged some of the best authors that I know on tumblr (and I’m sure there are many of you I don’t know about) to see if they’re willing, so now I’m going to ask ALL OF YOUUUU.
I’m not very…
This fic exchange sounds very interesting, and if you missed out on the secret_mutant exchange on LJ, do consider signing up for this one.
I look forward to seeing the amazing fics that will come out of these prompts! :D
Interviewer: What are aspects of yourself that you find comfort in finding other people?
Michael: I think the geekish element. I mean, I definitely I feel like I, uh, I’m a nerd. Sort of, in so many different ways but uh, so I think it’s actually through realising that you actually find an interest and passion in something. I feel so lucky that I found a profession where I can really sort of express that.
James: I think, for me, it’s just people who are open and be able to make the most of your day and, like, try and have a nice time together and that’s what I kind of respond to. I just wanted to let you know…darling.
Michael: Me too.
Interviewer: This is a sweet moment.
James: It was…nearly as powerful as the film.
Once again, IT’S MCFASSY TUESDAY! And it’s also Day of the Dead! :D And Topless Tom Hardy Tuesday! In other words, one epic Tuesday. C: Here is my McFassy post for today:
I will go down with this ship
I won’t put my hands up and surrender
There will be no white flag above my door
I’m in love and always will be.
Sit in the Sun [McFassy Film Fic]
Sit in the Sun
There were a myriad of reasons to love her: the laugh that would reach her eyes, the melodic rhythm of her speech, the way her smile crooked just a tad more to the right.
It was that killer combo that had him sneaking side glances at her all throughout the first lecture of Lit Hum, her close proximity a result of her claiming the free seat by his side. He had lost track of time solving the New York Times crossword puzzle and discretely observed the sea of seats instead of students due to their independently early arrivals. It didn’t take a 4.0 GPA and a full scholarship to decipher her intentions, making the awkward and shy invitation on his part to grab some post-lecture Starbucks drinks that much easier to pitch.
Thus began a freshman romance that culminated into a proposal on bended knee after their graduation ceremony, a summer wedding celebrating their first year of employment as official adults, and another Columbia University couple married happily ever after.
Until her friends started having children.