Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 38.5 (Ten Miles of PeachBlossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 38.5written by Miniorchid
consulting by Juls
edited by kakashi

At nightfall, when everyone had retired to their rooms and the only sound was the wind howling on the mountain, Yan Zhi felt confident enough to leave the comfort of her chamber. Qiao Er was fast asleep; the poor but happy child had exhausted herself under the care of Zi Lan’s seniors while Yan Zhi had recuperated from her injuries. They had given Qiao Er all the attention she had never known she could get, which meant that Yan Zhi had been able to relax for the first time in what seemed forever. But this was not a time to dwell on her own needs. She had a mission tonight.
Yan Zhi walked through the dark passages. The moon was rising late tonight, it was pitch black outside - but immortals from the Ghost tribe were comfortable in the darkness. Low light had always been an advantage to her clan, especially during combat and spy missions, because they could take opponents from other clans by surprise easily. Finding wha…

Fanfiction 2: Moyuan and Bai Qian - Chapter 6, Part 2 (Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 6 - Drops of RainPart 2
written by Lalaloop
consulting by Juls
edited by kakashi

Bai Qian spent a great deal of the next few days dodging questions from her fourth brother and Zheyan. She and Moyuan seemed to have reached a silent agreement on acting outwardly normal while there were other people around. While Bai Qian found it a difficult task and decided to avoid him altogether, Moyuan continued to demonstrate this natural skill of his effortlessly.

Fanfiction: Mo Yuan and Shao Wan - Chapter 38 (Ten Miles of PeachBlossoms 三生三世十里桃花)

Chapter 38written by kakashi

Shao Wan inclined her head, like one did when other royalty was departing and murmured friendly goodbyes, like one did when being civil. She waved at the Imperial Grandson, whom she felt genuinely fond of. He was so cute in his earnestness, yet very smart for a kid his age, with the necessary naughtiness to ensure he would never be as boring as most of his relatives up in the Heavens. The young Celestial twin, too, she didn’t mind … how could she when he looked so much like his older brother. But the Fox Queen! How did she, the Demon Ancestor, the oldest living Goddess in all the realms, deserve to be treated with so much contempt and haughtiness by that vixen! For no reason at all!

Rants and Weekly Raves #149 (RAWR)

kakashi: Still on the Danube!
JoAnne: Tori is here again! 
Trotwood: I bet you are excited, Jo. I'm trying to readjust to being back in the states after my sojourn to South Korea.  All I can say is at least I'm not hot anymore.  That's it. Sigh. But once again, it looks like Jo is watching everything while everything seemed to end for me last week except SF.
I actually haven't seen much of her yet, just a few hours over a couple days, and I leave tomorrow for a business trip.  She'll still be here when I get back, though.
SakiVI: I am working so hard these days.  I really need my Cheekos. 

KOREA Bride of the Water God

Good lord, Big.  You are too much. Now, make me a steak and let's...ummm...take a nap. This continues to be a charmer for me, despite some weaknesses. The King Loves (new) 
MUCH better than I expected.  We've got a good bromance already, a hateful evil backed up by an interesting evil and a hot henchman, a tense family life in the palace, a fe…

Fanfic: A Cypress in Winter – Chapter 14 (Ice Fantasy - 幻城)

Chapter 14
written by UnicornSlippers
edited by DramaPanda

Xun Ru wiped at the sweat running in minute rivulets from his forehead with a grubby sleeve, cursing softly under his breath. It was hot today, and though he was relieved to be free of the bone chilling cold of Ice realm, he was uncomfortable in the oppressive heat hanging over the forest. He looked back at his Ice Tribe companions and chuckled.  If he was uncomfortable, they were downright miserable.  Zhanshi’s hair hung in damp locks, his face shiny with the sheen of perspiration. He did not complain, but periodically glared at Xun Ru balefully as if he was to blame for the inhospitable weather.
After they had broken camp earlier that morning, they had disguised themselves as Fire Tribe soldiers.  Zhanshi had used a simple illusion spell to alter their appearance, giving them dark hair shot through with fiery red streaks, copper-colored eyes, and traditional Fire Tribe clothing and weapons. They had left the horses behind two mi…