Jan. 4th, 2011

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Oh my God I have loved him since I was 15 he changed my life I am having some kind of fit

ETA: Slightly more coherent. He wrote Tales of the City, a serial that ran in the newspaper in San Francisco in the 70s and 80s. He published them as books later on. I first got my hands on them when I was about fifteen or so. Michael Tolliver was the first gay character - the first gay person - I'd ever encountered. He, and all the rest at Barbary Lane, gave me a whole new perspective from what my conservative family (father) was putting in my head. Different is okay. Gay is okay. Which was important, because I wasn't sure I was okay, and those books made me see that I am.

They also made me want to write. I started writing shortly after I started reading those books. Mostly terrible little stories about dragons and bad X-Files fanfiction, but it was writing and it was my voice when everything else around me was going all to hell. If there's been one constant throughout my insane little life, it's been the writing. I don't even care what it was that I wrote. I just wrote it.

So, that is why this is a big deal to me. This guy is my hero. He made me love San Francisco, think of it as a home I'd never lived in, which was really helpful in moving back here. I know that city, because he introduced me to it. He introduced me to myself, too.

I'll never be able to thank him enough.
wibblylever: (SHBBC: UN POISSON)
Title: Of Snow and Giraffes and Fat Gits Called Mycroft
Author: [livejournal.com profile] moony
Rating: PG-13
Characters: John/Sherlock, Mycroft
Summary: A well-timed blizzard, sibling rivalry, and Sherlock-in-a-box. I don't even know.
A/N: From this prompt at the kinkmeme: I don't care why or how, but Mycroft has to move in to 221B for about a week. Sherlock is very DRAMATIC about this. I filled it anonymously there, this is me de-anoning (and editing).
Warnings: None.

I think, said Mycroft, peering down his nose at Sherlock, this is your most childish objection to my presence yet. )
wibblylever: (SHBBC: Simply disturbing.)
Title: Apiphobia
Author: [livejournal.com profile] moony
Rating: PG
Characters: John/Sherlock
Summary: John Watson fears nothing. Er, almost nothing.
A/N: From this prompt at the kinkmeme: I think I have one of the most irrational fears in the world. And it seems to be a theme around here where we prompt to have our boys share these fears. So I was thinking: what if a bunch of us posted little fills of one of them sharing an irrational fear of ours? I filled it there anonymously, this is me de-anoning.
Warnings: Bzzzzzzz.

John is half-asleep on the sofa when he first hears it. )


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