nursedarry: (treacle tart)
THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS - SORRY SO RANDOM & INCOMPLETE

It's under here )

Thank you!

May. 26th, 2016 10:47 am
nursedarry: (NurseLips)


Yes, I've been away forever - first marooned on another planet, and now back in Stucky hell for the foreseeable - but you guys still remembered here and on Twitter, and WhatsApp, and yes, I'm THAT age this year, and no, I don't feel all that different, but I suspect my parents probably do :)))

I'm not doing anything too special now, but in August I'm off to celebrate another 50th - Star Trek's big birthday, so if you're in Vegas for the convention, please come shout at me. (Also, if anyone here is going to WizardCon in Philli next weekend, please kidnap a present for me. Ta:)
nursedarry: (Thank you)
Thank you for all of the wonderful messages and vgifts! I so love hearing from people here as RL and other fandom pursuits have taken me elsewhere lately.

I had a lovely birthday full of long and strenuous treks up mountainsides, medieval ruins, and lots and lots of wine (I'm in the Pyrenees atm:).

All my love to everyone here and thank you again. ♥
nursedarry: (JFC those eyes)
Woohoo! Finally getting a chance to upload pics from the Sherlocked con. The ticket I had allowed me to meet and get autographs and photos from everyone, and I also spent time catching up with new and old friends, which was actually more amazing than anything else. In addition, I drank endless cups of tea and talked lots and lots of naughtiness with [livejournal.com profile] vix_spes, [livejournal.com profile] cleo_jay, and [livejournal.com profile] meredyth_13, whom I love and adore.

I won't bombard you with loads of photos of me and all the notables - you already know what they look like, and I'm that chick in the pictures with them. However, I have chosen a few that hold special meaning and make me smile each time I see them. If you want to see the others, just shout and I'll post them.

On the whole, the staff and the stars were lovely and all were having a good time. A couple of them were also very patient with me who, despite the theme, insisted on talking Trek and True Blood ...

(Also, I may have flirted with Lars. A lot.)

Summit of my modeling career below )

Report!

Apr. 16th, 2015 06:21 pm
nursedarry: (Lestrade beer)
Anyone else gonna be in east London in a week's time for that quiet little fandom get-together? Gimme a shout, would love to say "hi".

*goes back to finding something to wear that isn't gonna clash with the damned wallpaper...*
nursedarry: (shade)
Right guys, stop whatever you're doing and go read my beautifully crafted Remix giftfic, The Hardest Word [G], by [livejournal.com profile] kjp_013. THANK YOU SO MUCH, M'DEAR!

It's a lovely heart-wrenching, sweetheart of a companion to my little ficlet, No Easy Thing, and pretty much says everything I would have wanted in a re-imaging.

I cannot squee enough over it, and I hope you will too!
nursedarry: (Bloody keyboard)
For my 600th post, I'm putting up a very long, very unusual fic. This was my submission for [livejournal.com profile] happy_trekmas. I really enjoyed writing this, not least of all because it's so different from what I normally produce (shite), but I also collaborated much more with (read: actually listened to) my beta - who always knows better than me. It's a threesome I don't ship, and it actually has angst and plot and everything!

Title: A Hunger That Never Dies
Rating: R
Series: AOS AU, with references to TOS and DS9 characters and episodes
Pairing/Moresomes: Chris Pike/James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, Leonard McCoy/??? *cough*
Word Count: ~20K
Summary: On an away mission, Captain Pike is…injured. Is he ill, is he mad? Is he even Chris Pike anymore? Can Jim Kirk find a “cure” or will he and Dr McCoy be swept up in the captain’s madness in an attempt to save him. And can the Klingons, Section 31, and the Vulcan Science Academy help them, or just make things worse?
Warnings: Creature, bloodplay/drinking, a bit of gore, discussion of PTSD, angst, dub-con, mind melds
Notes: This story would NEVER have been possible without my beta [livejournal.com profile] delphipsmith, who was more helpful than the VSA and S31 combined. Also, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] mildred_bobbin for proofing a fic containing (almost) no one she recognised;) And, of course my brother [livejournal.com profile] nicevenn, for the leap out of current fandom projects. Xx

I must also mention my wonderful giftfic, a beautifully-crafted Garak/Bashir story which can be read here: The Intervention of Time and Distance, by [livejournal.com profile] templemarker.
nursedarry: (Gillian)
Had a lovely (but long) day in London yesterday, but totally worth the hours. Penguins of Madagascar is hysterical and definitely will entertain all ages. Personally, I think John Malkovitch deserves a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in it. The kids had a smashing time, they got goodie bags for having brought their penguin toys with them, and although I think my friend Naomi and I may have laughed louder than anyone my children, they loved the film and the attention.

The Barbican is currently running children's animation workshops/drop-in sessions, and my two got to make their own animated animals and learn about the filming process. I'm told their "feature" may be available on-line at some point, so will link to it if it is. (And when I say feature, I'm talking minutes, here:)

The divine [livejournal.com profile] cleo_jay joined us at the pub, where the kids were equal parts squicked and fascinated by the game hanging up in the place. The food was good and the prosecco inexpensive, so it was win-win for everyone!

Aaaaaaand, because we were right next to the Museum of London, we stopped in to say hello to this handsome fellow.

SherlockPaddington


We then met the multi-talented [livejournal.com profile] joan_waterhouse, who'd been at RADA showing them her stuff, and we all caught up with the latest fandom gossip, exchanged early Christmas presents, and talked a load of shit for the next few hours, before the kids and I had to hop on a NW-bound train.

Can't wait to meet up with all the loonies again and do this some more over the next few months.

Xx
nursedarry: (NurseLips)
Yup, it was awesome, I laughed and cried through the whole film. IT IS A MUST, MUST, MUST SEE - I'm not joking here, folks. The [true] story is amazing and the performances were flawless. The soundtrack, by Alexandre Desplat (whose name Potter fans will know), is evocative and simply gorgeous.

The viewing was made even more poignant - if that were even possible - knowing that along with the cast, Turing's family were in the audience with us.

We actually had tickets to the film the following day as well, and it was even better the second time around.

Had a brief, but nice exchange with The Man on the red carpet and again a little later after the show (and shook hands), and had the bestest time schmoozing at the after party.

Here's a couple of photos )

Okay, it did occur to me that for the most part, the only celebs I mingled with were both CGI motion-captured characters from The Hobbit, but that was just kind of coincidental.
nursedarry: (Gillian)
Tagged by my friend and beta, [livejournal.com profile] delphipsmith. <3

I tend not to tag people these days as many of my LJ friends aren't on here anymore (hell, I'm barely here), and the ones that are have done this already :)

1. Dune (Herbert)
2. The Hot Zone (Preston)
3. Moby Dick (Melville)
4. How to Travel With A Salmon (Eco)
5. Cosmos (Sagan)
6. The Star Trek Reader (Vols 1-4)(Blish)
7. The Door Into Fire (Duane)
8. Southern Discomfort (Brown)
9. Harry Potter (all of 'em)(Rowling)
10.The Jewish Book of Why (Vols 1-2)(Kolatch)
nursedarry: (Khirk Yeah)
In case anyone's interested, I finally, finally (only a year late) posted the fill to a wonderfully cracky [livejournal.com profile] strek_id_kink prompt that I liked the look of.

It's here, if you've got 15 minutes with nothing better to do: Too Late to Go Back to Sleep, ~3K.

It's...

...wait for it...

Gen!

But you know me: there's booze, shit explodes, and although no one gets a piano dropped on his head, it's a close thing.
nursedarry: (SWParty)
I love waking up to all the wonderful birthday stuff here and on the other sites. I'll do a proper thank-you post in the next week when I'm back from all the debauchery silliness I have planned.

EDT:
Am back and just want to say THANK YOU TO EVERYONE for the awesome stuff - I got wonderful birthday PMs, DMs, fic (thank you, [livejournal.com profile] mildred_bobbin, [livejournal.com profile] ithiel_dragon and [livejournal.com profile] lothiriel84), art (thank you, [livejournal.com profile] botanycameos), and RL goodies! Xx

Had a brilliant time in the south, visiting friends, visiting kids' friends, going to my friend Ali's art exhibition, and to the amazing Star Trek Live presentation of ID.

Can't wait to do it all again next year! Xx
nursedarry: (Thank you)
Hello flist! Yes, it's meeeee! I know I kinda disappeared in a puff of Real Life, and am about to do so again, but I need to resurface to say a few things.

Firstly, profound thanks needs to be given to [livejournal.com profile] mayfly_78 for the gorgeous animated In the Garden of Eden, which was gifted to me as a remix of my In the Beginning. It's simply stunning. If you've not seen it, I urge you to go have a look. Also, huge thanks to the [livejournal.com profile] hd_remix mods for running such a brilliant fest! Xx. I wrote a little something for [livejournal.com profile] megyal, called Anywhere is Here. It's a continuation of her very fun RPS If You Could Be Anywhere. I like to think that all actually happened, Y/y?

And if you're in desperate need of more fluffy smut, this time of a Trek slant, I updated my Perfectly Reckless (Khirk) series today with Hotel Medbay. It's not a long update, but an important one. There will be more. Promise. *wink* (LOL, sorry.)

In RL news, things continue to go well: still have a job I love, a big old Georgian house that's slowly getting a face lift, kids who mostly behave (they'll be 10 this year - WTF?), Mr Nursedarry continues to build wind turbines and still enjoys it, and our connoisseur cat, who's keen to supplement our diets with numerous birds and rodents, is enjoying the changing season immensely.

This weekend sees me down in London again, schmoozing with my gorgeous fangirl friends, and rubbing shoulders with T.Hiddy and the beautiful people on the red carpet at the Oliviers.

I'll leave you with a bit of randomness - borne of strange dreams and a couple vodka tonics. The other night, for absolutely no good reason, and with an enormous repertoire of fantasy men and women to choose from, my subconscious pulled out the Gilligan's Island episode where Mary Ann falls and bangs her head and thinks she's Ginger. I even woke up with the strains of I Wanna Be Loved By You tinkling through my head. Anyone remember that? It's not even my favourite episode! So, tell me, what was yours? I loved that show and would like to hear your fond memories (or hated ones).

I'm ready to sit right back and hear your tale...Oh yes...Professor...mmmmm....boopboopedoo.
nursedarry: (Fan Art)
This is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen. And you need to see it too.

Go now.

Goggle.

Comment.

In the Garden of Eden, by Anonymous, rated PG.
nursedarry: (Polar Bear)
Cabin Pressure1
Photo by Mirror TV cause mine aren't this good.


SQUEE! I had front row seats! I won't give away the plot, but the episode was BRILLIANT!

♥ Big squishy thanks to John Finnemore for a great night and the lovely chat. (I think I'm a little in love.)

♥ Big girly thanks to Anthony Head for the most surreal conversation ever (primarily a discussion about Gold Blend coffee and how much I love his audiorecordings of Greg Cox's The Eugenics Wars), and the nice cuddle. *giggles like an idiot*

♥ Big woolly thanks to Benedict C for the kind words and for letting me fondle the cardigan...'cause I do love that man in a cardi.

Icon meme

Feb. 9th, 2014 11:13 pm
nursedarry: (Balls)

[livejournal.com profile] lijahlover made me do it...

I'll be brief.
1. Reply to this post and I will pick five of your icons.
2. Make a post (including the meme info) and talk about the icons I chose.
3. Other people can then comment to you and make their own posts.
4. This will create a never-ending cycle of icon glee.




My True Blood OTP, Eric and Godric ♥ This is detail from a gorgeous piece of art by [livejournal.com profile] galidor. I love switching with every one of my OTPs, and this icon demonstrates that nicely I think, depending on how I'm imagining them.


This, of course, is Monty Python. It was the perfect icon to use when I was unwell in 2012, especially when the docs were trying to figure out what was wrong with me. (After my diagnosis, I switched to heart-themed icons instead). This is pretty much how I felt most of the time. I usually now just use this icon during Wimbledon.


I do this a lot. Even more since getting a Tumblr account. *wishes Trek would come back to LJ...*


Ah, the TIE icon by [livejournal.com profile] wicked_visions. I don't know many H/D fans who haven't seen this. The action just sums up their relationship (although sometimes in my head it's reversed), and since I am huge fan of Hogwarts Era fic, this is tres appropriate.


This is the truest statement about me in the history of true statements. I live for fic. Whether it's writing it, or (more often) reading it, discovering new fic or reading old favourites makes me squee harder than anything. Also, I do like treacle tart (Waitrose makes the best) and as Harry Potter shares the same love, it's all the better.

Okay, so not so brief. Sorry.

nursedarry: (STOTP2)
I posted the last of the FuckYeahKhirk 30-day OTP ficlets last week (prompt: Getting Married). I think the AO3 Harrison feed picked it up, so pretty sure everyone here who wanted to see it will have seen it via Tumblr or AO3 already.

In any case, here's the link if you didn't and you want some cracky Khirk: He Shoots, He Scores! Rated T, and pretty damn silly.

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