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Descendants of the Sun Fanfic List

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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

  1. Netflix (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
  2. Blackout (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
  3. Absence (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
  4. Compassion (Ki-bum & Min-ji)
  5. Ritual (Dae-young & Myung-joo microfic)
  6. Date (Shi-jin & Dae-young)
  7. Blocked (Myung-joo & Dae-young)
  8. 157 (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
  9. Bouquet (Dae-young & Myung-joo)
  10. 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!

  1. Myung-joo meeting Dae-young’s mom for the first time
  2. 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.
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10 Things You Need To Know About Nathan Hartono | The Singapore Women’s Weekly

http://www.womensweekly.com.sg/family/10-things-need-know-nathan-hartono/?slide=9

“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!

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The case for polyandry

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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.

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