Er. There’s only been four fics so far, but I’m hoping to do one fic a week. So starting a list to be kiasu.
Update (29 May 2016): Right, so the tenth fic is finally up. Thank you for being on this journey, and suggesting great ideas! I hope to get down to writing them sometime before the end of the
decade millennium. =p
- Netflix (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
- Blackout (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
- Absence (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
- Compassion (Ki-bum & Min-ji)
- Ritual (Dae-young & Myung-joo microfic)
- Date (Shi-jin & Dae-young)
- Blocked (Myung-joo & Dae-young)
- 157 (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
- Bouquet (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
- FEO (Dae-young & Shi-jin)
I’m very thankful that the fics are getting read, especially since I hadn’t done prose for quite a while. (Random ranting unfortunately doesn’t quite count.) Would really appreciate any feedback on how to improve my writing. Is it too lame? No payoff? Weird phrasing/anything? Also, if you’d like to be a beta reader, please drop a line. (I know there’s fanfiction.net, but there seems to be a number of hoops to jump through before stories can be posted.)
Update (17 April 2016): Thank you all for reading the fics. There are a few ideas I have in my head at the moment, but may not have time to do. If anyone should write them, please leave a link – I’d love to read them!
- Myung-joo meeting Dae-young’s mom for the first time
The guys finding Min Yoon-gi, the sunbae that their girls had fought over, I keep thinking he’s not quite what they expect him to be.
Strong Woman Bong-Soon is a cute fluffy rom com whose leads sizzling chemistry made up for the often pointless meandering sub-plots and supporting characters. Continue reading
The last eps were daebak!
Sure, there were bits I didn’t quite like, but narratively they made sense. And it’s the sort of ending Marry Me, or Not should have aimed for.
Quick update on Jealousy Incarnate eps 21-22. Continue reading
So what happens when you throw a woman and two fabulous men into a cohabitation situation to assess compatibility, or rather, as a way to end a messy love triangle? Hi-jinks ensue? Sure, but what becomes more apparent is which way the heart lies, no matter how much you try to convince it otherwise. Some spoilers for episodes 17-18. Continue reading
Don’t question your life. Only make exclamations. Mixing the two is worse.
~ Lee Hwa-shin
Spoilers for episodes 13-14. Continue reading
“If I win, I will rent a fleet of Milo vans and treat everybody to Milo peng (iced Milo).”
~ Nathan Hartono
I doubt Hartono will win, no offence to his talent. I mean, given a country of over a billion Chinese, what are the odds that a 华侨, in his case, a naturalised Singaporean Chinese born in Indonesia, and an Anglo-Chinese boy at that (for those not in the know, that’s the epitome of UN-Chinese-ness on the Red Dot), could win a competition named 《中国好声音》literally (Good) Voice of China, official name change notwithstanding?
Still, I am keeping my fingers crossed for free Milo!
How many times have I raved about Jealousy Incarnate already? Male leads who show open affection for each other? Woot! Can this bromance ship sail already?
I haven’t watched The Last Five Years yet, and though it hasn’t got the best reviews, there’s a thread that resonates.
(Source: http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/broadway/images/7/7d/TheLastFiveYears.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20070330150806) Continue reading
Jealousy Incarnate is just upping the ante week on week. It’s got a deliciously dry and droll humour which hits you at the most unexpected moments. Super weird blend of absurdist comedy.
Spoilers ahead. Continue reading
Well, to begin, there’d be so many pleased cake eaters. Also, since men are supposedly less emotional and more rational, there shouldn’t be as much jealousy or backstabbing as a harem of women. (Actually even if there were only two double-X chromosomers, it’d still be a makjang melo soapfest.) Plus men make more money than a woman doing the same job, so it just makes more economic sense.
Top five recent reasons for polyandry are: Continue reading