+ The White Collar season finale was wonderful. I don't think I have anything new to say about it that other people haven't said in their reaction posts, but I loved it. Now I basically want to write (and read!) all the tags ever.
+ Sort of related to the above: Currently I have three fics which are finished bar a final scene. (And yes, they all feature hurt!Neal. Predictibility, I has it.) I'm so bad at coming up with the comfort, it's hilarious. Or, you know, resolution. :P But it's rather bad form to just end on "and then they got to safety" every time, I feel. I'm not looking for validation or anything here, just venting!
+ I'm planning out my entry to the casestory
fest/bang at the moment. It's a White Collar/Criminal Minds crossover (well, mostly WC with some CM characters, really), and it has plot and h/c (for several characters) and also Diana/Garcia as a ship. I'm a little worried in case only me and helle
think this is plausable, opinions, flist? Since I'm me there will probably be way more build-up and friendship that actual romance :P
+ A rec! For Sherlock
, and especially for anyone else who is really frustrated at the continual terrible treatment of Molly. An Avalanche of Detour Signs
by gyzym (on AO3). In which Molly Hooper gets a job, gets a degree, breaks a heart, has her heart broken, falls in love, keeps a secret, saves a life, runs a morgue, falls apart, pulls it together, and finds exactly what she didn't know she was looking for--not necessarily in that order.
It's 56000 words long, eventual Molly/Lestrade, and it's really wonderful.
+ Oh yes, I'm also way behind on replying to comments/commenting on things. Apologies. I'll try and catch up soon. For some reason my brain has decided that the appropriate reaction to lack of thesis-panic is sliding into depression again. Not cool, brain. Not cool. Anyway, if I'm being kind of weird(er than usual) at the moment, that may be your explaination. :P
+ I should probably try and finish on a happier note. So, today's a softer world
, for your viewing pleasure. Just goes to show, Cthulhu is relevant to everything.