The Happy Page

Happy Page Update #17-20

This week on The Happy Page: We’re having an old Happy Page favorite back, doing another time-lapse realism challenge. This one is really cute.

Mark Crilley’s work has been featured on the Happy Page five times now, I just like watching him draw. And if you’ve ever wished you could do this kind of hyper-realistic art, he wrote a book that will show you how. Link goes to Amazon, and the book is also available as an ebook if you just can’t wait for a physical copy to ship.

The Happy Page is updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.
Content is always relatively cheery, but not guaranteed to be safe for work – slack at your own risk!

I Spy

Why yes, we are just rolling in fiction this week – three posts in three days!

Today’s addition to the pile comes courtesy of Finabin (really hoping I got the right username for her!), who emailed me asking about an old M7 fic of mine called I Spy. I’d say enjoy…but it’s about homophobia in law enforcement and therefore not one of my nicer stories, so some of you may find it less than enjoyable. It does have the happiest ending I could give it, though.

And before anyone asks: No, I’ve never had an idea for a sequel to this story. I won’t deny it needs one, but I don’t have one for it.

Family Business

I haven’t been able to get a whole lot of anything done lately because a virus happened at our house, but I thought I’d start posting the next part of the Finders Keepers series, which is all about Family Business. We’re starting off with Pepper deciding to solve a problem so that Tony won’t try to solve it himself. Enjoy!

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