The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors (halfshellvenus) wrote,
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pbficsurvivor-- final round fics and voting are in progress.

The last stories have been posted at pbficsurvivor, and now we're in the voting stages.

I'm nervous, just based on the lack of comments for my 2-part final story. *bites nails* Helllllppp!


I did the matrix last night for the PB Fic Exchange, and should be mailing out prompts today. The rest of the day is an endless sea of Xmas-related decorating/prep/tree purchase (\o/ on that last one), because we went to our niece's graduation party yesterday out-of-town, and that killed all of Saturday. Very important event, though. This is a wonderful girl who has had a lot of ups and downs in her health due to Cystic Fibrosis, and she graduated with honors in just 4 1/2 years. A couple of her doctors were there too. She was thrilled and embarrassed in turns, and is excited about her future. Lovely occasion. :)


I should do a meme-thingy at some point, shouldn't I? If I can get my rear in gear, I still have that "What I Wrote" list for the last two months (!). But there are a couple of others that tempt me. I think I'm gearing up for that "Stories I Never Wrote You" thing again. That was gold. :)


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