kinderjedi: (Bones)
Title: Southern Comfort
Author: [livejournal.com profile] kinderjedi
Fandom/Pairing: Star Trek, Kirk/McCoy
Rating: PG
Summary: Bones’ dad gives Jim a little advice.
Word Count: 1158
A/N: Written for [livejournal.com profile] jim_and_bones's Regeneration Challenge. My prompt was According to the Star Trek tie-in comics and McCoy biography, Leonard doesn't have a Joanna waiting for him back in Georgia, and his father is still alive and kicking (and quite sassy). So instead of Jim going home to visit bb Joanna, Leonard takes Jim home to meet or visit with sassy older Doctor McCoy, who sees what the guys don't seem to want to admit - that they need each other.

Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sullacat, [livejournal.com profile] altilis, and [livejournal.com profile] winterover!

The air was thick with humidity. Even this close to dark it was sticky, and Jim found himself longing for a cool breeze, or at least a dip in the ocean.
kinderjedi: (km snowflakes)
Title: Make My Wish Come True
Author: [livejournal.com profile] kinderjedi
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 1,767
Summary: For [livejournal.com profile] space_wrapped prompt #8, sexy Santa lingerie. :)
A/N: Jim being Jim, I’m afraid the lingerie is more metaphorical than actual. And many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sullacat for her help! ♥

It had seemed logical enough... )

So.

Aug. 23rd, 2011 02:55 pm
kinderjedi: (ku heart)
I hope everyone who experienced the earthquake a while ago is okay. *hugs*

The library building here at school shook a bit, but it was over in seconds and I attributed it to the construction next door. I see now that's not the case.

Back to your regularly scheduled Tuesday. :)
kinderjedi: (Bones)
Title: Of Coffee and Chocolate Pie
Author: [livejournal.com profile] kinderjedi
Prompt: #2 - BE MINE: (Bones’ POV) Jim hatches a Valentines Day plot to seduce Bones for the first time.
Rating: PG
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 500
Summary: Bones has an admirer.
A/N: For the [livejournal.com profile] jim_and_bones Sweethearts Challenge. Check out the master list of lovely fic here, including [livejournal.com profile] the_dala’s companion piece for this prompt from Jim’s POV: the music that you like is all off-key. ♥
Disclaimer: They don’t belong to me.

He ordered the flowers out of Sickbay the moment he saw them, citing regulations and patient allergies and grumbling aloud about whatever idiot who’d cluttered up his office with the damned unhygienic things anyway. By the time Leonard returned from checking the shipment of medical supplies they’d received at the last starbase, they were gone. He didn’t pay any particular notice to the small white card Chapel had left on his desk when she disposed of the roses. It was just another piece of clutter, carelessly brushed aside when he shifted a stack of datapadds to make room for more.

The cup of piping hot, honest-to-God, unreplicated coffee that magically appeared on his desk a couple of hours into the shift was like manna from heaven, just the scent of it making him groan in anticipation. Leonard was poised with the cup halfway to his mouth when the call came from Engineering; a small explosion, with injured incoming. With a sigh and one longing look, he set the coffee down on his desk and went to begin two hours of decontamination and surgery to reconstruct Ensign Davison’s knee and regenerate the tissue. When he returned, the coffee was stone cold.

Lunch was supposed to be with Jim in his office, but Nyota called Leonard a few minutes before the appointed time to say that an urgent call from Command had come through, and it looked as though Jim was going to be stuck for a good long while. Leonard had eaten alone in his office instead, puzzled by the curious glance the galley Ensign had given him when she delivered the two plates Jim had arranged for them. The fried chicken, mashed potatoes and collard greens were a surprise, but a welcome one. He gave the other plate to Chapel.

The generous slice of chocolate pie that Leonard found on his desk at 1500 finally clued him in that something was going on. First flowers, then coffee (he felt a pang at not even getting one tiny sip), and then the lunch with all his favorite foods, and now his favorite treat, complete with a tall glass of ice cold milk. One taste told him that like the coffee earlier, the pie had been made from scratch. He savored every last bite, groaning indecently as it melted on his tongue. Leonard smiled to himself as he licked the fork clean.

The message came through just as the shift was ending. Dinner, my quarters? Sorry about earlier. J. Leonard sent a brief, affirmative reply before leaving Sickbay in M’Benga’s capable hands. With just a quick stop by his own room to change clothes, he was outside Jim’s door in no time at all, letting himself in like they always did with each other. And then he was pinned against the door, Jim’s mouth hot and possessive on his. When he collected his senses several minutes later, Leonard pressed his forehead to Jim’s and chuckled, pulling him close.

“Took you long enough.”
kinderjedi: (Bones)
Title: Of Coffee and Chocolate Pie
Author: [livejournal.com profile] kinderjedi
Prompt: #2 - BE MINE: (Bones’ POV) Jim hatches a Valentines Day plot to seduce Bones for the first time.
Rating: PG
Warnings: None.
Word Count: 500
Summary: Bones has an admirer.
A/N: For the [livejournal.com profile] jim_and_bones Sweethearts Challenge. Check out the master list of lovely fic here, including [livejournal.com profile] the_dala’s companion piece for this prompt from Jim’s POV: the music that you like is all off-key. ♥
Disclaimer: They don’t belong to me.

He ordered the flowers out of Sickbay the moment he saw them, citing regulations and patient allergies and grumbling aloud about whatever idiot who’d cluttered up his office with the damned unhygienic things anyway. By the time Leonard returned from checking the shipment of medical supplies they’d received at the last starbase, they were gone. He didn’t pay any particular notice to the small white card Chapel had left on his desk when she disposed of the roses. It was just another piece of clutter, carelessly brushed aside when he shifted a stack of datapadds to make room for more.

The cup of piping hot, honest-to-God, unreplicated coffee that magically appeared on his desk a couple of hours into the shift was like manna from heaven, just the scent of it making him groan in anticipation. Leonard was poised with the cup halfway to his mouth when the call came from Engineering; a small explosion, with injured incoming. With a sigh and one longing look, he set the coffee down on his desk and went to begin two hours of decontamination and surgery to reconstruct Ensign Davison’s knee and regenerate the tissue. When he returned, the coffee was stone cold.

Lunch was supposed to be with Jim in his office, but Nyota called Leonard a few minutes before the appointed time to say that an urgent call from Command had come through, and it looked as though Jim was going to be stuck for a good long while. Leonard had eaten alone in his office instead, puzzled by the curious glance the galley Ensign had given him when she delivered the two plates Jim had arranged for them. The fried chicken, mashed potatoes and collard greens were a surprise, but a welcome one. He gave the other plate to Chapel.

The generous slice of chocolate pie that Leonard found on his desk at 1500 finally clued him in that something was going on. First flowers, then coffee (he felt a pang at not even getting one tiny sip), and then the lunch with all his favorite foods, and now his favorite treat, complete with a tall glass of ice cold milk. One taste told him that like the coffee earlier, the pie had been made from scratch. He savored every last bite, groaning indecently as it melted on his tongue. Leonard smiled to himself as he licked the fork clean.

The message came through just as the shift was ending. Dinner, my quarters? Sorry about earlier. J. Leonard sent a brief, affirmative reply before leaving Sickbay in M’Benga’s capable hands. With just a quick stop by his own room to change clothes, he was outside Jim’s door in no time at all, letting himself in like they always did with each other. And then he was pinned against the door, Jim’s mouth hot and possessive on his. When he collected his senses several minutes later, Leonard pressed his forehead to Jim’s and chuckled, pulling him close.

“Took you long enough.”
kinderjedi: (Default)
Title: In the Air
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1,766
Warnings: None.
Summary: A bit of fluff in which Bones’ voice melts Jim like butter. For [livejournal.com profile] space_wrapped prompt #60: “Somehow, Bones is bribed/threatened/cajoled into singing [holiday or not] songs and he has an amazing voice. This, of course, gets Jim hot.”
Disclaimer: I don't own them.

Read more... )
kinderjedi: (Default)
Title: In the Air
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1,766
Warnings: None.
Summary: A bit of fluff in which Bones’ voice melts Jim like butter. For [livejournal.com profile] space_wrapped prompt #60: “Somehow, Bones is bribed/threatened/cajoled into singing [holiday or not] songs and he has an amazing voice. This, of course, gets Jim hot.”
Disclaimer: I don't own them.

Read more... )
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kinderjedi: (Sirens faerie)
Just a quick reminder that the spring price jump for Sirens will happen at 11:59 p.m. Eastern on April 30. Registration is currently $165, which includes all programming, a dessert reception, two lunches, a breakfast, a t-shirt, and registration materials. You can register here -- and if you choose to pay by check, you'll have 30 days to send in your payment (or to log back in and make a payment via PayPal).

Also, remember that the programming proposal deadline is May 7. We're seeking papers, panels, workshops, roundtable discussions, and interactive afternoon classes related to women in fantasy and fantasy in general. Please don't be afraid to offer up topics you can lead! Everyone and anyone is welcome to make a proposal, and it's very important to Sirens that attendees take a strong role in shaping the conference. If you have questions, you can write to programming@sirensconference.org or catch the last-minute programming preparation chat here next Tuesday starting at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
kinderjedi: (Sirens faerie)
Just a quick reminder that the spring price jump for Sirens will happen at 11:59 p.m. Eastern on April 30. Registration is currently $165, which includes all programming, a dessert reception, two lunches, a breakfast, a t-shirt, and registration materials. You can register here -- and if you choose to pay by check, you'll have 30 days to send in your payment (or to log back in and make a payment via PayPal).

Also, remember that the programming proposal deadline is May 7. We're seeking papers, panels, workshops, roundtable discussions, and interactive afternoon classes related to women in fantasy and fantasy in general. Please don't be afraid to offer up topics you can lead! Everyone and anyone is welcome to make a proposal, and it's very important to Sirens that attendees take a strong role in shaping the conference. If you have questions, you can write to programming@sirensconference.org or catch the last-minute programming preparation chat here next Tuesday starting at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
kinderjedi: (birthday cake)
I hope you've had an absolutely lovely day. :)
kinderjedi: (birthday cake)
I hope you've had an absolutely lovely day. :)

Two days!

Apr. 28th, 2009 10:17 pm
kinderjedi: (Sirens)
There are just two days left to take advantage of Sirens' lowest registration rate. Until the end of the day April 30, registration is $150, but on May 1, the price jumps to $175. Registrations include all of the following:

* Access to all papers, panels, workshops, roundtable discussions, afternoon classes, and special evening events.
* Your registration materials: badge, program book, and conference t-shirt.
* All three keynote presentations with our guests of honor, including two lunches and a dessert reception.
* One breakfast on Sunday before you depart for home.

When you register early, you save money--and we're able to save money on producing the conference. You also show your support for an event that we hope will support and serve the community of fantasy readers, authors, and professionals for years to come. Help us get the ball rolling by attending in 2009!

Have a question about registration? Ask us at [registration at sirensconference dot org]. Hope to see you in Vail!

Two days!

Apr. 28th, 2009 10:17 pm
kinderjedi: (Sirens)
There are just two days left to take advantage of Sirens' lowest registration rate. Until the end of the day April 30, registration is $150, but on May 1, the price jumps to $175. Registrations include all of the following:

* Access to all papers, panels, workshops, roundtable discussions, afternoon classes, and special evening events.
* Your registration materials: badge, program book, and conference t-shirt.
* All three keynote presentations with our guests of honor, including two lunches and a dessert reception.
* One breakfast on Sunday before you depart for home.

When you register early, you save money--and we're able to save money on producing the conference. You also show your support for an event that we hope will support and serve the community of fantasy readers, authors, and professionals for years to come. Help us get the ball rolling by attending in 2009!

Have a question about registration? Ask us at [registration at sirensconference dot org]. Hope to see you in Vail!
kinderjedi: (Sirens)
Are you interested in submitting programming for Sirens? Do you have questions about what or how to submit? If so, please join us for our first programming chat, which will take place at www.sirensconference.org/chat/ tonight from 9-11 p.m. Eastern (the page will turn into a chat room when the chat opens - there's no need to download anything).
kinderjedi: (Sirens)
Are you interested in submitting programming for Sirens? Do you have questions about what or how to submit? If so, please join us for our first programming chat, which will take place at www.sirensconference.org/chat/ tonight from 9-11 p.m. Eastern (the page will turn into a chat room when the chat opens - there's no need to download anything).
kinderjedi: (rum soaked deckhand)
*dusts off LJ*

It's been a while, hasn't it? I have a few half-finished posts lying around, so perhaps I'll finish those up in the next couple of days and let you all know some of the things I've been up to lately.

The short version, for now, is that life has been crazy for the past couple of months. I've been reading and commenting here and there, but time has been short. I hope you're all doing well. :)
kinderjedi: (rum soaked deckhand)
*dusts off LJ*

It's been a while, hasn't it? I have a few half-finished posts lying around, so perhaps I'll finish those up in the next couple of days and let you all know some of the things I've been up to lately.

The short version, for now, is that life has been crazy for the past couple of months. I've been reading and commenting here and there, but time has been short. I hope you're all doing well. :)
kinderjedi: (Terminus witch)
You have a little over two days left to register for Terminus at the current $160 rate! Included with your registration are five days of programming, two meals, a t-shirt and more. On Thursday at 12:01 a.m. the price jumps to $180, so why not save $20 and register now? ;)

If you can't attend the entire conference but you'd like to play Quidditch or hear Tamora Pierce speak, you can purchase individual tickets here. Speaking of tickets, Cheryl Klein's keynote presentation and Thoth's Tournament of Knowledge are sold out, but you can be placed on a waiting list by e-mailing help[at]terminus2008[dot]org.

And finally, we've raised $2000 for Fandom Sponsors Fandom, our program that invites all of you to sponsor Artists and Authors Night, which showcases fandom creativity! If we raise at least another $500 by this Thursday, when the program ends, we'll donate that $500 to Book Aid International, plus half of any additional donations received. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far! :D
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