Legenda 59: Stuff worth reading

[Legenda offers a brief, non-inclusive index of stuff I noticed and enjoyed since the last episode. It doesn’t usually include materials presented on the major fansites, which I love dearly, but which are linked in the sidebar. Because I always forget or just miss stuff, please add additional pieces of interest via link in the comments.]

Everybody has an opinion!

A few more reviews of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey:

Richard Armitage ARchive:

Fanfic:

Yes, as the Hobbit press blitz abated, I finally read a couple this week! Hoping to start to get a look at the long list of stuff that’s awaiting me now.

  • I linked earlier to KathrynD’s Lucas North fic, “The Christmas Eve Shift” — check it out if you ran into one of wattpad’s outages this week when you tried earlier.
  • For DF readers: obscura has a neat little John Porter fic, “The Longest Night,” to keep us toasty over the winter solstice. Porter / OC / explicit. Hot! Sweet!

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OT, collateral attractions, and things I think about:

~ by Servetus on December 29, 2012.

9 Responses to “Legenda 59: Stuff worth reading”

  1. Thanks for the linkage, darlin’!

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  2. Thanks for the link, Servetus! It was also fun to see the interview with SRB. He’s a charming person, and I loved to hear him talk about that first disastrous audition with the RSC. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy when I hear stories of people who goofed, who screwed up, but who rose again triumphant. It feeds my soul to know that they did it and so maybe I can do it too. (And it’s not like those terrible lessons only happen when one is young. It just goes on and on, apparently.

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  3. Thanks for the links and for your support.:*

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  4. Thanks for the props! Had a great time Friday, but no more wheat brews for me…wicked headache on the way home 😉

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  5. […] offers a brief, non-inclusive index of stuff I noticed and enjoyed since the last episode. It doesn't usually include materials presented on the major fansites, which I love dearly, but […]

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