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Okay, so I'm sort of caught up with all my immediate things-I-want-to-be-caught-up-on. I have hit my NaNoWriMo goal for today (35,106 words!), and if I just write a little more than 1,000 words a day I'll get it done.

I have also uploaded all my stories to Archive of Our Own. So far, I'm pretty happy with it. I didn't have any technical problems getting my stories on there, and I like most of the tagging and labeling features. There are couple of things that I suspect still need to be refined a bit, notably what, exactly, the various warning options are supposed to mean, but on the whole what's there is workable.

So long, Usenet formatting, I shall miss you )

Also, why the case sensitive option is your friend )

My thoughts on AO3 tagging )
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I finally buckled down to the Very Important task of updating my fiction index. I'd been meaning to consolidate all the multi-post stories on Dreamwidth anyway, and while I was at it I updated the story headers, finally getting rid of some of the mailing list artifacts that aren't really necessary anymore.

For one thing, I had great big asterisked and allcapped warnings about the slash content. It was a good idea ten years ago, when a lot of people didn't actually know what slash was and might very well click on a story expecting either lots of gore or perhaps fiction about Guns N' Roses. Now, however, I feel that "warning" about slash sends a negative message that I certainly don't want to perpetuate, and the information about slash is pretty well known these days. Especially when the pairings are right there in the headers anyway. One day, I will have to go through and update the mailing list formatting, which means going through and changing all the asterisks to emphasis or whatever. Today, however, is not that day.

Updated Fiction Index on Dreamwidth (All the stories are consolidated into single posts here)

Updated Fiction Index on Livejournal (Stories longer than LJ's 10,000-word/60K limit are split into parts)

I also added download links to all the podfic versions I've made of stories. Since I've never actually posted them to my journal before, here's the complete list of podfics:

Due South/Twin Peaks

Cold Heart. [Download the podfic (83.6 MB)] Benton Fraser/Dale Cooper, Benton Fraser/Ray Vecchio. NC-17. Twin Peaks Crossover. 19,702 words.
Summary: Fraser is acting strangely, and an unexpected visit from a man from his past only makes Ray more determined to discover what's wrong.

Law & Order

Cascade. [Download the podfic (19.71 MB)] 4,554 words.
Summary: After the arrest of Father Joe Krolinsky, Mike Logan has a talk with his father.

Louder Than Words. [Download the podfic (73.36 MB)] Mike Logan/Ben Stone. NC-17. 17,814 words.
Summary: As Mike Logan investigates the Lowenstein case, he and Ben Stone begin to re-evaluate their broken relationship.

Stargate SG-1

All the Pens That Ever Poets Held. [Download the podfic (6.91 MB)] Jack O'Neill/Daniel Jackson. 3,277 words.
Summary: While stranded on a distant planet, Jack O'Neill thinks about home.

Excuses. [Download the podfic (2.97 MB)] Jack O'Neill/Teal'c. 610 words.
Summary: Jack O'Neill ponders the progress of his relationship with Teal'c.

Taking Care. [Download the podfic (3.26 MB)] Challenge Story. 1,427 words.
Summary: Jack O'Neill has had a very long day.

Twin Peaks

The Secret Tapes of Dale Cooper. [Download the podfic (4.09 MB)] Dale Cooper/Albert Rosenfield. 832 words.
Summary: Cooper didn't address all his tapes to Diane.

The Private Letters of Albert Rosenfield. [Download the podfic (2.98 MB)] Dale Cooper/Albert Rosenfield. 620 words.
Summary: Albert writes a letter.

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