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17 December 2017 @ 11:19 am
Shot in the dark, but I wanted to touch base and see if I could find any like-minded LTM/Tim Roth fans still kicking around! I put together a basic Discord server if anyone is interested and I've linked it at the bottom of of the post. It is free entry and a place for everyone to chat/share fics/artwork they've done!

On another note, I am looking for a potencial beta reader or two for a future fic I am putting out with the help of a friend. If interested you can contact me here/discord!

I hope to meet some of you lovely people soon <3



08 September 2013 @ 10:36 pm
Since LJ has deleted and purged at least one comm (ds_match) that's had no activity for some time even though there are (were) many posts it, I'm taking the precaution of making insurance posts in some of the comms I moderate. Apologies for the spam.
title: slowly, and then all at once
Emily, Gillian, Zoe, Cal, mentions of Cal/Zoe and Cal/Gillian, set pre-series, pg

Author's Notes: As yet un-betaed, so all mistakes are my own! For vickysg1 in answer to her prompt over at the Lie to Me Comment Ficathon. It's still going on, please come and join in!

The problem - if you can even call it a problem - is that there has never been any awkwardness with Gillian.

Click the picture to come and play!
28 January 2013 @ 02:40 pm
If anyone's interested, Amazon.co.uk has the complete box set of LTM for the bargain price of £18.99! I just bought it, so thought I'd share! :)

19 December 2012 @ 02:48 pm
Title: The black hole at the centre of my galaxy
Cal/Gillian, Emily, Torres, Loker, 1758 words, pg

Author's Notes: Because, according to the Mayan calendar, the world is going to end this Friday, December 21st 2012. A word of warning: this fic is a bit silly. A more serious one to come still before Christmas. Big thanks, as always, to my amazing beta tempertemper.

“Dad,” Emily mused aloud. “You know the world ends next Friday, don’t you?”
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samples and download links HERE
19 May 2011 @ 10:44 pm
If you hadn't heard, Hayley guest starred in the Law & Order: SVU season finale that aired last night. She plays the character Jenna Fox, daughter of a rape victim who gets murdered right before her trial date.

You can view the episode here if you haven't already seen it:

I took some caps and you can download them in a zip file here. Feel free to use them for whatever. =)
11 May 2011 @ 03:52 pm

I'm sorry to report that LIE TO ME has been canceled by FOX.

I've really enjoyed the show: I thought the pilot was terrific, I thought the first two seasons were composed of wonderfully performed, sharply scripted stories with a great sense of moral ambiguity matched with a conflicted and passionate hero in Dr. Lightman. Dr. Lightman isn't the most originally conceived detective, but he's certainly one of the most compelling. Samuel Baum and Shawn Ryan demonstrated amazing skill at creating compelling, dramatic, threatening situations where Dr. Lightman's skills could bring out the truth.

It's sad that the show is over now, but at least we didn't end on a cliffhanger where we'll never know if the gang survived the Lightman offices being blown up or something. We ended on a strong note for the characters: Lightman admitted his love for Foster. The future of LIE TO ME now belongs to us -- those who love the characters and will continue to discuss the situations and stories and maybe create our own.

I urge all fans of LIE TO ME to not be satisfied merely with watching their DVDs. Dr. Paul Ekman's work on facial expressions and microexpressions is a fascinating lens into the human mind and how it reacts to stimuli and circumstance. LIE TO ME made me start reading people's faces, paying attention to their pain and happiness, paying mind to the emotions they guarded and the feelings they exposed. Watching this show and reading Ekman's books made me more empathetic, more concerned for others, and it also opened the door to giving me the skills to act appropriately.

I'm still not great at reading microexpressions, but LIE TO ME made me realize that I could at least better understand facial expressions. LIE TO ME changed my life, and I think that's the power of art: to introduce and immerse an audience in new ideas and concepts and to show the power of literacy, knowledge and experience.