Oct. 29th, 2012

starlady: (tomoyo magic hope)
I got the absolute best story for Kaleidoscope 2012 - any of you who've read and loved Michelle West's books, drop what you're doing and go read this now!

Women's Words (4605 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Sun Sword - Michelle West
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Diora en'Leonne/Valedan kai di'Leonne
Characters: Diora en'Leonne, Teyla en'Leonne, Alina di'Lamberto, Kiriel di'Ashaf, Valedan kai di'Leonne

Summary: "It is said the correspondence of Serras is beneath the interest of Tyrs."

This story is, from start to finish, a gorgeous exploration of the Dominion women after the end of The Sun Sword. Every line is pitch-perfect, and so many of my favorite characters made appearances, and the ending put a smile on my face. Wonderful. Go read it now.

The entire Kaleidoscope collection is available to read now - check it out!

starlady: (rain)
I think I dreamed about the hurricane this morning - not a nightmare, but definitely a dream. (I also dreamed about fighting as a Jedi in the Clone Wars on Sunday morning, so I also just haven't been sleeping well.)

My dad and our bird still had power and were fine as of about 9pm - high tide - tonight. Ditto my friends in South Jersey that I've checked in with, though I've not heard from all of them yet, and ditto my friends in New York on the Upper West Side, though again, I have friends in Brooklyn and elswehere I haven't heard from yet. I'm worried about my friends in Toms River, where the hurricane made landfall around 8pm - I talked to them at 3:45 their time today, and they were packing to go into the basement for the night to avoid the tropical storm-force winds and preparing to lose power. Their street abuts the bay, and it's never flooded, but this has been an event out of all proportion to past experiences. I could tell this morning when all of Atlantic City was flooded after the morning high tide that it was going to be categorically worse than anything anybody could remember, and that looks about right. I'm going to text them first thing tomorrow. (This is the problem with making decisions based on past experiences: they're of no use in the face of a path-breaking event, whether it be a hurricane or a genocide, but that's another post.) Currently viewing with concern the situation at Oyster Creek, though with any luck the tide will recede and avert this particular potential catastrophe.

I feel like I should be there, though I couldn't do anything else if I were. Stay safe, everyone, and let us know that you're okay.


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