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Title: Maryland
Author: Astolat
Details: House, M.D., House/Wilson, adult.
Summary: What's so great about Maryland?
Notes: Recorded over the summer while bored and recovering from a minor injury, but I forgot to post it after I finished. (Concussions can do that to you, I guess.) It's been recorded by Twilight_Angel previously -- if you've never listened to her readings, I highly recommend them. She's tackled a lot of my favorite stories by Astolat, and this particular fic really works beautifully from her slow, easy, sardonic style. Also, in the interests of full disclosure, I admit to having scanned through episodes for scenes with Chase and parroting his lines back to him; if I could go back now, I'd reallocate some of that time and effort to Foreman.

Temporary link: sendspace
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So I've only been meaning to do this since summer. Between then and now, there were platform changes, technical mishaps, a really loud heating system, and also that whole school thing, but: it is now done!


Title: Harmonic Function:
Author: [livejournal.com profile] shaenie
Reader: [livejournal.com profile] fiercelydreamed
Summary: "Let's go with Banach-Tarski as your safeword," McKay says almost absently, lips tracing lazily along John's hairline, and John blinks. // "You want to go with a Euclidean geometric paradox for my safeword?" he asks, bemused. SGA (pre-series), McKay/Sheppard, NC-17. Text here.
Length: 1:01:09, ~81 mb.
Notes: To quote [livejournal.com profile] shaenie's original story post, Kink, Kink, OMG THERE IS SOME KINK HERE! Seriously, though. This is fairly intense s/D, BDSM. Also, unsafe sex, if that bugs you. Do keep in mind that this is fiction, and you're a moron not to use protection in reality. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] wintercreek and [livejournal.com profile] cindyjade for offering me their ears (bonus thanks to M. for solving last-minute technical difficulties and creating the podbook version), and to [livejournal.com profile] shaenie for all the obvious reasons.


Download link: mp3, m4a, m4b (temporarily via sendspace)
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It's November, it's rainy and/or cold in many places right now, lots of you are sick, I just had midterms ... I think it's time for something completely unserious. In the words of the author: "Cheer up, the internet!"


Title: Torture: Most Bizarre and Terrible
Author: [livejournal.com profile] thingswithwings
Reader: [livejournal.com profile] fiercelydreamed
Summary: "So, this is ... intimate." SGA, gen, teamfic. Text here.
Format: mp3.
Length: 6:00, 8.3 mb.
Reader's notes: As per her notes when she posted this, [livejournal.com profile] thingswithwings would like you to know this is a HUGGING story. As per my notes as I post this, I would like you to know I am solely responsible for any laughably inappropriate music or silly voices contained within.


Download link: sendspace (temporary)
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Does getting this up within 48 hours of the story going live qualify it as insta-podfic?


Title: Friendly
Author: [livejournal.com profile] cesperanza
Reader: [livejournal.com profile] fiercelydreamed
Summary: "I didn't know you knew him," John said. "We were friendly," Rodney said. SGA, McKay/Sheppard. Text here.
Format: mp3.
Length: 44:12, 61mb.


Link: sendspace (temporary)

Reader's notes: short, but cut anyway. )
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So this isn't actually the big podfic project I kept alluding to, but I needed an intermediate project to get used to the mechanics of recording now that I've switched both platforms and programs (and to break myself of overthinking things). Also, this gave me an excuse to go a close re-read of this story as I work on the sequel. :)

It was really a pleasure to record this; it's one of my favorites of all the stories I've written, and I've also been well-trained over the last ten years to love reading aloud to people. It's my first substantive podfic project, so feedback is most welcome.


Title: Who's Left and Who's Leaving
Reader: me ([livejournal.com profile] fiercelydreamed)
Summary: "No names," Rodney tells them, one more time. "And no dates -- I'm serious about that. No one can know what anyone else is planning." John learns the structures of life and death.
Notes: SGA, gen, written for the [livejournal.com profile] sga_flashfic Ways to Die challenge. Text here.
Format: mp3.
Length 58:37, 81 mb.


Link: now up at the audiofic archive!

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