Anonymous said:
I have no idea if you're active writing Ben fanfics but... could you, if you want to, write one where the reader, or whoever, do it the first time with him?

Hello lovely!  I’m not really active writing at the moment I tend to write sporadically.  However there are two lovely writers ( vintagemichelle09 and cumberpeenqueen ) who write much more frequently than me and I believe one or possibly both of them have written or planned on writing a fic with this plot.  Hopefully one of those lovely ladies can fill your fic need.  =)

 

answered 12 hours ago @ 19 Apr 2014 with 2 notes
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shag-a-lot-sherlock:

RUNNING LATE

A/N: One shot prompt from vintagemichelle09 asking for a fic with the  Spencer Hart dressing gown and sleepwear.  This is not betaed so please accept/ignore any mistakes.  I hope you like it.  ;)

The spare key Benedict had given you last week slid into the lock as you pushed the door open.  You had gotten caught up at the office with a late assignment so had to cancel the dinner reservations Benedict had made at the new Greek restaurant you were dying to try.  He had sounded bummed on the phone but had understood.  Closing the door behind you paused in your tracks spotting Benedict sitting in the living room.  Black Spencer Hart Robe, was all your brain could process.  After a few moments of composing yourself you set your keys in the bowl by the front door, locking the door and dropping your purse on the table.  Your eyes took in the sight of him sitting legs crossed reading the newspaper with a cigar in his hand.  Fuck

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Anonymous said:
Do you have a link to your fanfiction?

bene-fiction:

No, sorry I should get a new theme and do some house keeping.  Here is a link to all my fics from my other blog though.  (x)  

Same stories, just linked on my other blog.  Here’s to motivation for the new year!

I updated my blog to add a section for links to make it easier to navigate.  Hope this helps love!

answered 2 months ago @ 28 Jan 2014 with 1 note via/source
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thewritingcafe:

Most writers fret over developing characters and getting down to every last detail, but what about introducing them?
The introduction of a character is the reader’s first impression of who this character is. If this character is important, you’ll want to make it stick out to the reader.
What to Avoid:

Queerness: If you introduce a queer character, forget the queer part. Ignore it during introductions unless absolutely necessary. Showing that a character is queer during the introduction creates a bias in the reader. Some readers nitpick queer characters and examine every detail to make sure the author didn’t screw it up. Establish this character first. Paranorman did this beautifully with one of their characters. It was the absolute last thing the viewer learned, after the film explored the character in all other ways available. However, you don’t have to wait until the very end. You can introduce this whenever you want, just make sure it’s not the absolute first thing you mention about a character’s life.
Appearance for a POV Character: The first thing you introduce about a POV character should not be his or her appearance unless it’s relevant. For example, if your character is in a jail cell during the 1700’s, you could describe his long beard or thinness to show poor conditions and neglect. But when do you introduce appearance? Well that’s the beauty of writing. Unlike a film, your reader cannot see everything. You are in charge of opening this world to your reader. Describe the appearance whenever you want, preferably after your reader has a little insight on the personality of the character, but don’t wait too long to do so. Give your reader at least a little bit of information in the beginning.
The Mirror: When introducing a main character for the love of everything do not make them look in some sort of reflective surface. It’s lazy and it’s overdone, especially in first person POV. A way you can use this without being cliche is if the character is looking at something specifically like an injury.
All at Once: Don’t reveal everything about your character at once, including character traits and appearance. Do this gradually, to keep the character fresh in the mind of the reader. If you info dump, the reader may have to go back to keep track of what characters look like.
More Than One: Be careful when introducing two characters at the same time. I can’t recall how many books I’ve read in which the main character meets up with two friends and says nothing more than what they look like and the fact that they both like the same hobby. It’s hard to tell these types of characters apart and it just becomes annoying when the author tries to introduce more than two characters at the same time. If you need to introduce more than one character at the same time, try giving some time between them. Even just a couple minutes will do.
First Pages: Don’t introduce all your characters within the first few pages. It gets messy and disorganized.
Back Story: Don’t introduce a character with tons of back story. Save that for later. The reader does not care about the back story yet and it’s too much information for them to hold at once. Readers needs to know the character before they are able to attach a back story to a face.
Too Many Names: 
"Hello, Mary."
"Where are you going, Joe?"
"The pizza came, George."
"I’m not going, Hannah."
Avoid writing a bunch of dialogue like that at the beginning. Some of it can flow naturally, but keep it to a minimum and reveal names within the narration. Don’t wait forever to reveal a person’s name though. Doing it once is okay, but when you’ve got a larger cast it can be difficult to keep track of who is who.

Exceptions:

Of course, these are not rules and there are exceptions. For example, in Brave New World, a person’s appearance gave hints to where they stood in society and thus giving a person’s height upon introduction was useful.

How to Introduce a Memorable Character:

When introducing a memorable character, try to think about who that character is. 30 Rock is a great example. During the first episode, one of the characters makes his introduction by literally kicking down a door in a casual manner. The behavior fit the character perfectly, as the watcher learns as the show reveals more about that character.
Characters should be introduced in their natural habitat. Again, using Paranorman as an example, the main characters are shown in ways that help define them. The main character is first shown talking to a ghost because he is able to see the dead. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark opens with Indy on one of his many archaeological journeys/treasure hunts and shows just how bad ass he is. Basically, you should introduce the major aspects of your character first and get on to the details later. You want to hook the reader with characters instead of starting out quietly.

How to Introduce Other Characters:

When you introduce any character, you should not think of them as something that has not existed before the page. Force the mindset that your characters existed before the story began. They already have mannerisms and voices that have been developed. You’re just focusing on one part of their lives. Therefore, it’s not really an introduction. You’re basically taking a picture of one time period of a person’s life. That picture is just a small part of what your characters are and what you see in that picture is what you get in an introduction.
You also need to introduce the motive, especially for the main character. This doesn’t have to be the main motive, but your character should want something. The reader needs to root for this character from the beginning to keep reading.
Once you’ve introduced your character, you have to keep that introduction consistent. It can’t be all dramatic at first and then die down for the rest of the story.

Summary of What to Introduce:
A motive, large or small.
A little bit of the appearance.
A behavior or a character in action.
Hints of personality (both good and bad qualities).
The reason the reader should care about this character.
Basics (name, age, gender, etc. (if applicable)).

thewritingcafe:

Most writers fret over developing characters and getting down to every last detail, but what about introducing them?

The introduction of a character is the reader’s first impression of who this character is. If this character is important, you’ll want to make it stick out to the reader.

What to Avoid:

Queerness: If you introduce a queer character, forget the queer part. Ignore it during introductions unless absolutely necessary. Showing that a character is queer during the introduction creates a bias in the reader. Some readers nitpick queer characters and examine every detail to make sure the author didn’t screw it up. Establish this character first. Paranorman did this beautifully with one of their characters. It was the absolute last thing the viewer learned, after the film explored the character in all other ways available. However, you don’t have to wait until the very end. You can introduce this whenever you want, just make sure it’s not the absolute first thing you mention about a character’s life.

Appearance for a POV Character: The first thing you introduce about a POV character should not be his or her appearance unless it’s relevant. For example, if your character is in a jail cell during the 1700’s, you could describe his long beard or thinness to show poor conditions and neglect. But when do you introduce appearance? Well that’s the beauty of writing. Unlike a film, your reader cannot see everything. You are in charge of opening this world to your reader. Describe the appearance whenever you want, preferably after your reader has a little insight on the personality of the character, but don’t wait too long to do so. Give your reader at least a little bit of information in the beginning.

The Mirror: When introducing a main character for the love of everything do not make them look in some sort of reflective surface. It’s lazy and it’s overdone, especially in first person POV. A way you can use this without being cliche is if the character is looking at something specifically like an injury.

All at Once: Don’t reveal everything about your character at once, including character traits and appearance. Do this gradually, to keep the character fresh in the mind of the reader. If you info dump, the reader may have to go back to keep track of what characters look like.

More Than One: Be careful when introducing two characters at the same time. I can’t recall how many books I’ve read in which the main character meets up with two friends and says nothing more than what they look like and the fact that they both like the same hobby. It’s hard to tell these types of characters apart and it just becomes annoying when the author tries to introduce more than two characters at the same time. If you need to introduce more than one character at the same time, try giving some time between them. Even just a couple minutes will do.

First Pages: Don’t introduce all your characters within the first few pages. It gets messy and disorganized.

Back Story: Don’t introduce a character with tons of back story. Save that for later. The reader does not care about the back story yet and it’s too much information for them to hold at once. Readers needs to know the character before they are able to attach a back story to a face.

Too Many Names

"Hello, Mary."

"Where are you going, Joe?"

"The pizza came, George."

"I’m not going, Hannah."

Avoid writing a bunch of dialogue like that at the beginning. Some of it can flow naturally, but keep it to a minimum and reveal names within the narration. Don’t wait forever to reveal a person’s name though. Doing it once is okay, but when you’ve got a larger cast it can be difficult to keep track of who is who.

Exceptions:

Of course, these are not rules and there are exceptions. For example, in Brave New World, a person’s appearance gave hints to where they stood in society and thus giving a person’s height upon introduction was useful.

How to Introduce a Memorable Character:

When introducing a memorable character, try to think about who that character is. 30 Rock is a great example. During the first episode, one of the characters makes his introduction by literally kicking down a door in a casual manner. The behavior fit the character perfectly, as the watcher learns as the show reveals more about that character.

Characters should be introduced in their natural habitat. Again, using Paranorman as an example, the main characters are shown in ways that help define them. The main character is first shown talking to a ghost because he is able to see the dead. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark opens with Indy on one of his many archaeological journeys/treasure hunts and shows just how bad ass he is. Basically, you should introduce the major aspects of your character first and get on to the details later. You want to hook the reader with characters instead of starting out quietly.

How to Introduce Other Characters:

When you introduce any character, you should not think of them as something that has not existed before the page. Force the mindset that your characters existed before the story began. They already have mannerisms and voices that have been developed. You’re just focusing on one part of their lives. Therefore, it’s not really an introduction. You’re basically taking a picture of one time period of a person’s life. That picture is just a small part of what your characters are and what you see in that picture is what you get in an introduction.

You also need to introduce the motive, especially for the main character. This doesn’t have to be the main motive, but your character should want something. The reader needs to root for this character from the beginning to keep reading.

Once you’ve introduced your character, you have to keep that introduction consistent. It can’t be all dramatic at first and then die down for the rest of the story.

Summary of What to Introduce:

  • A motive, large or small.
  • A little bit of the appearance.
  • A behavior or a character in action.
  • Hints of personality (both good and bad qualities).
  • The reason the reader should care about this character.
  • Basics (name, age, gender, etc. (if applicable)).
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Anonymous said:
Do you have a link to your fanfiction?

No, sorry I should get a new theme and do some house keeping.  Here is a link to all my fics from my other blog though.  (x)  

Same stories, just linked on my other blog.  Here’s to motivation for the new year!

answered 3 months ago @ 28 Dec 2013 with 1 note
xanon xask xdefinitely need a new theme though with links xAnon

gr8writingtips:

your characters are like geodes

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if you want to see what they’re really made of

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you must break them

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nowimsherlocked:

hey-assbutts:

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hey-assbutts:

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hey-assbutts:

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You follow Ben as he pulls you into the bedroom, your eyes lingering on the curves of his ass, as he walks in front of you towards the bed. Resting your hands on his chest you push him back onto the mattress and bite your lower lip as you pull your skirt down over your hips.  Standing in front of him in just your panties you watch his face as you slide your finger between the fabric of your panties and your skin teasing him by not taking them off.  He groans in frustration and puts his hands out to you.

Smirking, you walk to the edge of the mattress and slowly, sensually climb onto it. You take Benedict’s reaching hands and bring them back and over his head, effectively pinning them down with your own as you hover above him. You chuckle lightly at his obvious frustration, but he doesn’t fight you and lets his hands be pinned above him. Smiling down at him, you sit, and starts rocking your hips in a figure eight motion. Benedict starts breathing heavily and you put your lips just millimeters away from his parted ones.

“What do you want, Ben?”

Instead of answering you aloud he thrusts his hips upward to meet yours.  You settle yourself against his hard cock and he groans as the friction grows from swiveling yourself against him.  Swallowing his moans, you suck on his lower lip before your tongue meets his.  Leaning back from the kiss you sit up and bring his hands to your thighs.  Placing your hands over his you slide your panties down your legs then guide his fingers between your lips letting him feel how wet and ready you are for him.

“…look what you do to me…”

You look down at him through half-lidded eyes. Your breath hitches when Benedict slips his finger in deeper and presses against the sweet spot. You groan when he only smirks in answer and slides a second finger in, pushing in and out… Benedict rolls over, but still keeps pumping his fingers at a slow but sure pace. You bite down on your lip and start meeting the thrusts of his fingers. Every now and then your hip would brush against his hard cock, and you can feel the precome leaving cool trails on your heated skin. You reach up, cupping his neck, and pull Benedict’s face down to kiss him, occasionally gasping softly when his fingers presses against the right area deep in you.

Your body is pulsating around his fingers and his name parts your lips.  The feel of his fingers within you is no longer enough.  ”Fuck me, Ben.”  He waits for no further instruction as he removes his fingers and lifts you so that you straddle his hips.  The tip of his cock stands erect and ready to part your lips.and your ass rests on his outstretched legs.  The hard thickness of his cock makes you gasp as he enters you.  Moaning out your pleasure as his thick palms hold on tightly to your hips, your head falls back relishing the feel of Benedict thick within you.

Benedict guides you as you start moving more confidently. You clench your inner muscles tight around the thickness inside you at every downward thrust. Soon, you felt the need for him to go faster. Harder. You urge him, your moans getting louder as he snaps his hips up hard, hitting that spot. You put your hands on his shoulder as leverage and really start moving in earnest. You can tell that Benedict’s close; his thrusting is losing its rhythm.

"C-close, Ben…More…harder.."

Benedict grabs hold of your ass squeezing as he struggles to keep up the rhythm.  The sound of his labored breathing along with your bodies slapping together is what pushes you up and over the edge.  Your moans fill the room as you scream out his name.  He pulls you close as his come spills within you and you bite down on his shoulder.  After you both catch your breath he kisses you deeply then slowly withdrawals from within you.

"Well that was certainly more satisfying than that pasta," he says and you can’t help but laugh as you curl up beside him his arms wrapping around you.

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Anonymous said:
Post more please!!!!!

Awh I’m sorry I know I haven’t written anything in a while.  If you want you can check out my Imagine posts on nowimsherlocked.  I actually wrote an unexpected fic with hey-assbutts in one of my Imagine posts.  I’ll reblog on here for you.  Also, I had started a story recently but I haven’t really finished the first part.  I’ll use this as motivation.  =)

answered 4 months ago @ 25 Nov 2013
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nowimsherlocked:

A/N: an Imagine prompt turned one shot requested by vintagemichelle09

Warning: explicit sexual content and language

Flashes of London sped past as Benedict and Jill sat alone in the back of a spacious luxurious limousine.  They were riding home from a movie premiere of one of Ben’s old colleagues.  Jill had insisted on not taking the car so they could both drink without worrying about driving and she had taken full advantage of the free flowing alcohol at the after party.  She reached over Benedict’s leg stretching to grab the champagne bottle tucked into the side panel.  Jill was tipsy and way past subtle as she let her breasts, pushed up high and close to brimming over her dress, slide against Benedict’s knees.  As her fingers tightened around the neck of the bottle she asked both innocently and suggestively, “Another glass love?”

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