cmk418: (Dignam)
Written for [livejournal.com profile] revelininsanity for the prompt - Costigan/Dignam - Sleeping in. This is set in her Running on Sand 'verse (which if you haven't read, you really should).

The Attempt )

Prompt me!

Mar. 10th, 2009 07:12 pm
cmk418: (ryan-lovin-it)
I'm in the mood to do a little comment ficcage, so give me a character or pairing/fandom/prompt word and we'll see what I can come up with.

Acceptable fandoms - OZ, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Life, Leverage, My Own Worst Enemy, Big Love (through Season 2 only), The Departed, L.A. Confidential
cmk418: (Dignam)
Fandom: Departed

Character/Pairing: Billy/Sean, anniversary

Prompt: Dinner out.

A/N: By request, this takes place in [livejournal.com profile] revelininsanity's Running on Sand 'verse. For any of you who haven't read it yet, it starts here.

Anniversary )
cmk418: (Costigan2)
Fandom: The Departed
Characters: Billy & French
Prompt: Reliable
For: [livejournal.com profile] revelininsanity
A/N: Goes AU after Billy runs out of Sullivan's office

Rewriting History )
cmk418: (life)
Fandom: Life/The Departed
Character/Pairing:Dani Reese, Charlie Crews, Billy Costigan
Prompt:Inside.
For: [livejournal.com profile] revelininsanity

Common Ground )
cmk418: (Costigan)

 I'm not a poet, but this had the feel of a poem - or the creatively spaced prose that I used to pass off as poetry in creative writing class.  It's Dignam/Costigan based on a comment that

[profile] revelininsanity made about wanting to see Billy cry.  2nd person POVs which shift throughout - Dignam is in plain text and Costigan is in italics. 

 

cmk418: (Costigan)
Fandom:The Departed
Character/Pairing:Dignam/Costigan
Prompt: catharsis
A/N: I think I'm going to have to revisit this prompt again because the results I got seemed a bit off the mark. Hope you'll like it.

Ten Yards )
cmk418: (Costigan2)
Fandom: The Departed
Pairing: Dignam/Costigan
Prompt: Sometimes Dignam forgets that Costigan must have liked to do things like read - before. (If there's erotic reading aloud, even better.)
A/N: I really wanted to, but my Dignam would not let me do erotic anything with regards to Billy. This was much more his speed. Hope you enjoy it.

Shakespeare )
cmk418: (Costigan)
Proving that yes, Dignam does have more than 2 emotions... Spoilers are all over the place, so if you still haven't seen the slashiest film of 2006, get out there and take a look.


Five Times Dignam Showed Emotion (other than anger)
cmk418: (Costigan)
You don't even have to have seen the movie to understand this one. Strictly an exercise in PWP. Rated NC-17. Here's the link.

Much love to [livejournal.com profile] history_gurl for beta-ing me!
cmk418: (Costigan)
So I thought I'd give y'all a look at what I've been bitching about working on the past month or so. It's the Departed fic from hell.

Title: Opportunities
Pairing: Costigan/Dignam
Word Count: 2196
Rating: R (for language, sexual content)
Warnings: A bit of slash, rapid POV changes
Disclaimer: These characters and the Oscar for Best Screenplay belong to William Monahan (and a whole lot of other folks)
A/N: Many, many thanks to my beta [livejournal.com profile] history_gurl for her encouragement and guidance (especially that POV recommendation that just kicked everything into high gear).

Opportunities )
cmk418: (LA Confidential)
Work has continued at its slow pace the past week. I feel like I'm trying to print money right now which is a little unnerving (gonna be a slim month in the office and everybody's feeling the pinch). I've managed to eradicate ninety percent of the stuff over 30 days, so we can't even tap into that.

Had a strange experience today. Ran into one of my clients from work - who I've talked to on the phone for 4 1/2 years - at church. She came up to me and said my name about 4 times before I realized who she was. It's weird though seeing somebody in the flesh that you've only spoken to on the phone - they never look like you expect them to. My brain is still trying to process it.

I spent most of the weekend at the computer. No "Oz" stuff this weekend, but thank you [livejournal.com profile] rileyc for putting up those great quote prompts at [livejournal.com profile] hardtime100. I have McManus in mind for several of them. I am still working on my Oz lyrical fic. There's just one more part to it that I have to finish and then the tweaking begins. But I have been writing and posting to other communities like a mad bunny - here are links to what I've been up to...

For [livejournal.com profile] firefly100
Mal-Kaylee
4 drabbles featuring Mal & the men of "Firefly"
3 drabbles featuring Mal & the women of "Firefly"

and for [livejournal.com profile] departed_fic
a short Colin POV fic (Do NOT read this if you haven't seen the movie 'cause I spoil the hell out of it)

And all this on top of my 3 pages of morning writing and my hour's worth of freewriting time. Next weekend I plan on screenwriting (and I have Friday off so that gives me an extra day to work - that doesn't sound right)
cmk418: (Departed)
So I wrote a little tiny fic from Dignam's point-of-view. If you've seen the movie, it references Billy Costigan's SIU interview. If you haven't, it'll just seem weird and sort of vulgar. Profanity abounds.

The Reference )
cmk418: (Costigan2)
I just saw "The Departed" tonight. Yes, I know it's been out for months. But I finally had the urge to go see it tonight. I'd forgotten the joys of a pure testosterone film and this was just a whole lotta fun. It's in my head now, haunting me. I'll admit, "Titanic" seriously sidetracked me from Leo DiCaprio for a while, but now I'm back on board with a vengeance. I was so rooting for his character in the film - he was absolutely riveting (all the vulnerability was there). The acting in the whole piece was incredibly strong, and Marty's direction was perfect. I may even see it again in order to catch all the technical stuff. Adored Leo, loved Jack and Matt. And give me anything with Mark Wahlberg in it. He's coming up on Matt Dillon and Johnny Depp territory in my mind (I could watch the two of them paint a wall for 2 1/2 hours and not be bored). And the nice thing about this movie is that the female characters didn't detract from the film at all. A lot of times they work against all the male "bonding". BTW, if anyone desires to write a slash story between Mark Wahlberg's character & Leo's character from the movie, I would love to read it. Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "working undercover."

I think I want to go see "The Painted Veil" tomorrow. Or "The Good Shepherd". Or "Dreamgirls". Academy Award noms come out on Tuesday and I want to have a couple more films under my belt before then. Or maybe I'll just stay home and watch "Little Miss Sunshine".

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