roseveare: (Default)
( Apr. 17th, 2016 10:03 am)
Would anyone be up for beta-reading a Jess Minion/Nathan Wuornos fic written mostly back in 2013 and featuring an epic amount (nearly 30k) of hetsmut and pagan imagery. And Canada. Knowledge of French-speaking Canada to check a few notes about the setting would be really helpful, but anyone interested and willing to pre-read the thing would be great.

This is the oldest fic that I currently still have unposted. Part of the original batch of half a dozen or so, before I realised I'd be writing ~50 fics in this fandom.
roseveare: (odder)
( Apr. 17th, 2016 01:17 pm)
Apple wine bottled, blackberry decanted into another demijohn just for a few weeks to watch it suspiciously and see if any more sediment forms before I bottle that. It's looking like maybe it was just the first few attempts with the home made wine almost a year ago that might've gone crazy with the sediment, though, both the autumn ones are cleaner.

Need to start looking at what I make this year! Dandelion, nettle... those first... when does Elderflower come out? Need to check that. I have 3 demijohns but it's useful to have the one spare at any time, though I suppose I could always decant into a bowl, clean the demijohn, then return it to the same demijohn, if I used all 3...

I am content with the fact that this is something that's going to take a few years to get the hang of, and even then it might not go right every time. Unlike my dad who had a few disasters and then declared it not worth bothering.

I wanted to try things like cider and beer, but he is even more vocal about the horribleness of that. Then again, I don't have a lot of space, and I drink wine more, so better to stick to wine at least for a few years before expanding.

No-one but me will drink it at the moment. But I'm like, if I can make it myself, then sod the supermarket.

If only I could distill whiskey in my flat too. *sigh*


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