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28 June 2004 @ 08:44 pm
Step By Step Updated
Yes, I finally posted another chapter, this one called Discoveries, in which the boys get... discovered. Hee!

And I put a poetry page up there too, so I can show off my very first evah nominated piece of work, the poem 'My Love'. (Shallow as a puddle, yes, that's me.)

You can find them both here.

Aaaand, just in case any of you missed it because I posted the announcement while LJ was being a complete bitca, I finally completed my first AAAFQF challenge response, which is not, I repeat NOT a deathfic, no matter what you think when you read the first para. I'm just being evil. *smooch*

So, if you missed it, go read it: Aftershock. And if you've already read it, go read it again! :op
feeling: fullfull
hearing: Dido - Slide
kitty_poker1kitty_poker1 on June 29th, 2004 06:43 am (UTC)
I loved Discoveries! The relationship between S/X is so tender and loving. *sigh* I can hardly wait to find out what Giles says about it. *g*

Poor Spike. He's so conflicted about the chip. He doesn't want to acknowledge that there's a positive side to it but is having trouble denying it.

'My Love' is hot and lovely. I can well understand why it's been nominated!
darkhavensdarkhavens on June 29th, 2004 05:45 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much!

I keep wondering whether or not Spike and Xander are getting too close too fast, but they have been watching each other for a long time now, and they've known each other, one way or another, for quite a while, so maybe it's not too strange that they've fallen hard and fast now that they've actually got 'groiny'.

I know Xander is a sex=love kinda guy, and I think Spike is too, with the notable exception of Harmony!

And I'm gald you liked 'My Love' too. ::pets it:: ;o)
kitty_poker1kitty_poker1 on July 4th, 2004 10:29 am (UTC)
The pacing seems just right to me. Spike is a very sexual creature and I like to think that Xander is too. Why shouldn't they express themselves through sex?

And certainly they are both sex=love guys. That's the way we want it and so it shall be. Although that's generally regarded as more of a girl thing, I know plenty of males to whom it applies. Romantics of the world unite!