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30 December 2010 @ 09:30 pm
Fic: Leverage | The 'Happy New Year, Parker' Job [Eliot/Parker]  
Title: The 'Happy New Year, Parker' Job
Author: Mercy
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1090
Genre: Romance
Summary: At New Year's Eve Eliot remembers the first one they celebrated and what Parker did for him back then. This year he wants to give her something. No real spoilers.
Author's Note: This is my first time writing Leverage and Eliot/Parker, so please bear with me if it's a bit OC. Written for kaitlia777 and the 'Secret New Year Santa'. Happy New Year! :)
Disclaimer: I own neither the show nor the characters. I don't earn any money with this piece. I just do it for fun.

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UN 2814: [sgu] tj is downthedrowned on December 30th, 2010 08:57 pm (UTC)
Mercy, I wanted to ask you something for a long time. When you write Stargate Atlantis fiction, does an idea come to you and you just write it out whenever? Or do you plan the fiction first and then write it bit by bit?
Mercy: [SGU] Rush/Chloe - understand memercscilla on December 30th, 2010 10:28 pm (UTC)
Puh, I never really thought about it. I do have lots of ideas for various fandoms and I tend to write them down just in case even if they never go futher than that.

When I plan to write a story - for a challenge or because it won't stop bugging me - I usually have more than one idea how the story could go. It takes some time until I'm somewhat satisfied with the plot for the story.

When I have the general outline, I start writing but during the whole process it can happen that I use parts of the other ideas that I previously dismissed.

So, I combine both things: I plan it but I also use ideas that come out of nowhere. :)

As an example, for the Rush/Chloe story I have a plot but I already rewrote a part in the beginning and yet the general plot stays the same.