vanillafluffy: (Tailfin stamp)
As they cruise into Albuquerque past a sign announcing "Historic Route 66", Stitch is still sulking. He's riding shotgun, ears sticking up on either side of his cowboy hat, mouth curved into a wide frown. He's been that way for nearly an hour, after Lilo vetoed a side-trip.

Lilo sighs. This trip isn't quite turning out the way she expected. Cobra Bubbles's gift of a VW Bug convertible when she graduated from high school had begged for a road trip. Stitch's passion for an old TV show about two guys traveling America in their sporty convertible had suggested an itinerary. Of course, she should have taken into account the whims and quirks of her erstwhile copilot.

Las Vegas had been a blast. They made friends with every Elvis impersonator on the Strip, and Lilo has a picture of herself next to Chumlee from 'Pawn Stars'. Roswell was amazing--they'd bumped into a cousin of Pleakley's, almost gone home with some tourists from Zeta Gamma 4, and made friends with a coyote who'd needed help catching a road runner. (They'd bought him a bucket of the Colonel's Extra-Crispy. He pronounced it superior, and less expensive than all the gadgets he'd been buying from Acme.)

They're banned from the Grand Canyon for life, though. It was just a little landslide, she thinks with a sigh. There's still plenty of canyon left. But the 80-foot tall carving of Lilo as an Indian princess is going to be baffling archaeologists for years.

Not all of the original Route 66 is still intact, but there's a strip of it running through Albuquerque. What the locals call Central Ave is lively, boasting carefully preserved vintage neon signs unrelated to the current businesses. There are motels that probably saw the glory days of the Mother Road, souvenir shops, cafes. There's something called the Tractor Brewery across from the Guild Cinema. It looks like the kind of town they could happily spend a couple days exploring--if she can just get Stitch out of his funk.

"Hey, Stitch, I'm hungry," she says casually. "I hear Rebel Donuts has the best donuts in town." His ears twitch, and Lilo knows he's listening. "The guidebook says they have maple-glazed donuts with bacon."

There's a happy croon from the passenger seat, and he bounces up and down.

Okay, that's better. The last thing Lilo wants is to be a buzzkill, but she really doesn't think it would've been a good idea to take Stitch to the Albuquerque volcanic fields--even if they are supposed to be inactive.

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vanillafluffy: (Retro rocketship)
CJ Cherryh is a fairly prolific writer who is well known for her fantasy and science fiction. I'm not so much into fantasy, but I am in awe of her world-building abilities, and I *love* a good space opera, which she excels at. When I saw a request for something based on Cyteen/Regenesis wherein the poster said they'd be thrilled with ANY story in that 'Verse, well, I was all over that. I've had a few Cherryh-inspired ideas in mind---there are so many intriguing characters and subplots floaring around this fantastic universe!

These two novels collectively run about 1600 pages, and that's just one corner of her Union-Alliance universe which combines science, space opera and a web of politics. "The Cuckoo's Agenda" is set in the 25th century, when most of humanity has spread from Earth to various space stations. (Habitable planets are at a premium.) Goods are carried from station to station by an alliance of merchant ships, most of which are crewed by large family groups. Even in the distant future, people still care about family, worry about who they are in the greater scheme of things, and above all, they have their own complicated motives for their actions. I've tried to write it so it'll be self-explanitory to readers who aren't familiar with the books (without overmuch exposition for the folks who are).

This is one of those stories that went in unexpected directions while I was writing it. I had a very thorough beta from [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal after the second draft. She made some helpful suggestions; I did a couple more drafts and analyzed my characters' motivations. It's a much better story thanks to her. The recipient was quite enthusiastic about it, and I'm gratified that "The Cuckoo's Agenda" has had the most responses of anything I've written for Yuletide (going back to 2004!).


Here's hoping you enjoy
The Cuckoo's Agenda

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vanillafluffy: (Writing vs carpentry)
Title: The Heat Wave
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Pete Malloy/"Mack" MacDonald
Rating/Work-safeness: Green
Approximate word count: 1400
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Mark VII Productions
Betaed by: The Goddess Herself, [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal
Summary: A while back, I posted that I'd started watching an old favorite series, Adam-12. [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal asked me if it was a slashy as she remembered it. I considered her question for a while, and had to say yes and no. Most people would ship Malloy with Reed, but to me, that kind of chemistry between Malloy and MacDonald was clear. I think they've got something going on the down low, and this is how it got started. Please bear in mind that this is set forty years ago, and attitudes about sexuality have changed since then.


Malloy is indifferent to the gender of his sexual partners. He has a slight preference for women, but when you get right down to it, a hot mouth is a hot mouth and both sexes have them. )
vanillafluffy: (Writing vs carpentry)
Title: The Heat Wave
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Pete Malloy/"Mack" MacDonald
Rating/Work-safeness: Green
Approximate word count: 1400
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Mark VII Productions
Betaed by: The Goddess Herself, [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal
Summary: A while back, I posted that I'd started watching an old favorite series, Adam-12. [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal asked me if it was a slashy as she remembered it. I considered her question for a while, and had to say yes and no. Most people would ship Malloy with Reed, but to me, that kind of chemistry between Malloy and MacDonald was clear. I think they've got something going on the down low, and this is how it got started. Please bear in mind that this is set forty years ago, and attitudes about sexuality have changed since then.


Malloy is indifferent to the gender of his sexual partners. He has a slight preference for women, but when you get right down to it, a hot mouth is a hot mouth and both sexes have them. )
vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Boyd)
Title: Epilogue for the Devil
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "The Devil You Know"
Rating/Work-safeness: PG13 for gore
Approximate word count: 350
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Elmore Leonard and Graham Yost
Summary: The next couple minutes after the end of episode 3.04, "The Devil You Know".

Epilogue for the Devil  )
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vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Boyd)
Title: Epilogue for the Devil
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "The Devil You Know"
Rating/Work-safeness: PG13 for gore
Approximate word count: 350
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Elmore Leonard and Graham Yost
Summary: The next couple minutes after the end of episode 3.04, "The Devil You Know".

Epilogue for the Devil  )
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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
Title: Stand Me Up at the Gates of Hell
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "The Man Who Knew Too Much" 6.23
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for minor swearing
Approximate word count: 600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Kripke/Gamble/CW, etc.
Summary: My speculations about the first five minutes of season 7 and how The Situation might be resolved. Title from the Tom Petty song, "Won't Back Down".

If I were to return you to hell, it would not be to a simple rack with the possibility of promotion. I would hurl you into the cage where my brothers and yours could vent their rage upon you for all eternity... )

Comments are always appreciated.

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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
Title: Stand Me Up at the Gates of Hell
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "The Man Who Knew Too Much" 6.23
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for minor swearing
Approximate word count: 600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Kripke/Gamble/CW, etc.
Summary: My speculations about the first five minutes of season 7 and how The Situation might be resolved. Title from the Tom Petty song, "Won't Back Down".

If I were to return you to hell, it would not be to a simple rack with the possibility of promotion. I would hurl you into the cage where my brothers and yours could vent their rage upon you for all eternity... )

Comments are always appreciated.

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vanillafluffy: (Nutcrackers)
Title: Candlewish
Fandom: The Catch Trap by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: N/A
Rating/Work-safeness: General, G, Green
Approximate word count: 5600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Marion Zimmer Bradley, I'm just playing on her swingset.
Summary: Set five years after the conclusion of 'The Catch Trap'. Suzy is turning ten, and her family and friends have gathered to throw her a memorable party.
A/N: This is my [livejournal.com profile] yuletide contribution for Christmas 2010 for Kali. I was really thrilled when I got the assignment, because The Catch Trap is one of my favorite books ever. It's set in the 1940s and 50s, and it features a family of circus aerialists, and one of the most angsty, low-key slash pairings ever---although that isn't addressed here. It's just my little follow-up to where the book left everyone....

It's a terrible thing to feel like a failure at nine years old.... )

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vanillafluffy: (Nutcrackers)
Title: Candlewish
Fandom: The Catch Trap by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: N/A
Rating/Work-safeness: General, G, Green
Approximate word count: 5600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Marion Zimmer Bradley, I'm just playing on her swingset.
Summary: Set five years after the conclusion of 'The Catch Trap'. Suzy is turning ten, and her family and friends have gathered to throw her a memorable party.
A/N: This is my [livejournal.com profile] yuletide contribution for Christmas 2010 for Kali. I was really thrilled when I got the assignment, because The Catch Trap is one of my favorite books ever. It's set in the 1940s and 50s, and it features a family of circus aerialists, and one of the most angsty, low-key slash pairings ever---although that isn't addressed here. It's just my little follow-up to where the book left everyone....

It's a terrible thing to feel like a failure at nine years old.... )

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vanillafluffy: (Arcane)
Got my Yuletide fic posted with hours to spare, go me! This proved to be a good thing, since Mb ended up kidnapping me to go drive around and look at the holiday displays in a couple McMansion subdivisions in Rockledge. (On the way, we stopped at a S'leven and I snagged the new Vanity Fair with Johnny Depp, because he's such eye candy.)

After our meanderings, she treated me to nosh at Applebee's---may I heartily recommend their wonton tacos? OMG, nomnomnom! Pork or chicken, either one...Mb thought they were a bit spicy, but I could have single-handedly gone through about four orders of them.

Then we cruised the nearby WalMart. I got a little gift for her SO (and I now know what I'm going to give her, but it's not a W*M thing), found out that that store is also out of space heaters, and looked the other way as Mb bought something I'd been lusting over. ("I see nussing!") Got enough bathroom tissue to last me into February. Discovered BC's middle child is working at that store on checkout. Small freakin' world, eh? Or at least, small freakin' town.

Came home, watched some of the eclipse. Too darn cold to stand there in my front yard THAT long, though. ("Yes, there's a shadow covering the full moon on the Solstice. Awesome. I'm going inside to thaw now....")

At this point, I have Christmas Eve scheduled to exchange gifts with Mb, then a get-together the afternoon/evening of Christmas Day (with a probable stop at J's for gift exchange either to or fro). Her gift arrived today, and it's in better condition that I expect for "slightly worn"---the dust jacket is still intact, which is a modest miracle unto itself, IMO.

Also, I was completely surprised and delighted by a treat on my f'list:. I got a story in response to a prompt ("John’s storage unit fascinates me...Sam and/or Dean go there for some reason and find something unexpected.") that I requested for an exchange last summer. It's mostly John, and NOT a-hole!John.

Cool Yule, y'all.

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vanillafluffy: (Arcane)
Got my Yuletide fic posted with hours to spare, go me! This proved to be a good thing, since Mb ended up kidnapping me to go drive around and look at the holiday displays in a couple McMansion subdivisions in Rockledge. (On the way, we stopped at a S'leven and I snagged the new Vanity Fair with Johnny Depp, because he's such eye candy.)

After our meanderings, she treated me to nosh at Applebee's---may I heartily recommend their wonton tacos? OMG, nomnomnom! Pork or chicken, either one...Mb thought they were a bit spicy, but I could have single-handedly gone through about four orders of them.

Then we cruised the nearby WalMart. I got a little gift for her SO (and I now know what I'm going to give her, but it's not a W*M thing), found out that that store is also out of space heaters, and looked the other way as Mb bought something I'd been lusting over. ("I see nussing!") Got enough bathroom tissue to last me into February. Discovered BC's middle child is working at that store on checkout. Small freakin' world, eh? Or at least, small freakin' town.

Came home, watched some of the eclipse. Too darn cold to stand there in my front yard THAT long, though. ("Yes, there's a shadow covering the full moon on the Solstice. Awesome. I'm going inside to thaw now....")

At this point, I have Christmas Eve scheduled to exchange gifts with Mb, then a get-together the afternoon/evening of Christmas Day (with a probable stop at J's for gift exchange either to or fro). Her gift arrived today, and it's in better condition that I expect for "slightly worn"---the dust jacket is still intact, which is a modest miracle unto itself, IMO.

Also, I was completely surprised and delighted by a treat on my f'list:. I got a story in response to a prompt ("John’s storage unit fascinates me...Sam and/or Dean go there for some reason and find something unexpected.") that I requested for an exchange last summer. It's mostly John, and NOT a-hole!John.

Cool Yule, y'all.

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vanillafluffy: (Mint julep)
Title: Snake in the Glass
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Approximate word count: 1600
Rating/Work-safeness: PG/Teen, mentions of alcohol consumption
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Spider Robinson
Summary: On Tall Tales Night, Doc Webster recounts his recent adventures in Mexico.

Warning: Puns ahead. Drinking while reading is not advised. )


Belated Happy Halloween and Happy Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal.


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Mint julep)
Title: Snake in the Glass
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Approximate word count: 1600
Rating/Work-safeness: PG/Teen, mentions of alcohol consumption
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Spider Robinson
Summary: On Tall Tales Night, Doc Webster recounts his recent adventures in Mexico.

Warning: Puns ahead. Drinking while reading is not advised. )


Belated Happy Halloween and Happy Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] karaokegal.


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
I know, the other night I said I had no desire to write fic for 6.1, but...I slept on it. Twice. And had a "What if?" that *I* think makes sense. Not a spoiler unless I'm psychic, which I kinda doubt.

Title: Do-Over
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Minor for 6.1, "Exile on Main Street".
Rating/Work-safeness: PG or less
Approximate word count: 1300
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Them, even if They don't deserve it.
Summary: My guess to explain at least a little of what we saw in EoMS. They've just moved to a new town, and Ben goes exploring.

This is going to be a really crappy summer if all Dean's going to do is drink and cry. )


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
I know, the other night I said I had no desire to write fic for 6.1, but...I slept on it. Twice. And had a "What if?" that *I* think makes sense. Not a spoiler unless I'm psychic, which I kinda doubt.

Title: Do-Over
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Minor for 6.1, "Exile on Main Street".
Rating/Work-safeness: PG or less
Approximate word count: 1300
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Them, even if They don't deserve it.
Summary: My guess to explain at least a little of what we saw in EoMS. They've just moved to a new town, and Ben goes exploring.

This is going to be a really crappy summer if all Dean's going to do is drink and cry. )


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Raylan smile)
Title: Birthright
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, gen, AU
Rating/Work-safeness: PG
Approximate word count: 2900
Disclaimer: I own nothing.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] foreverhermit
Summary: 47, the man who plans everything ten moves ahead, didn't plan for this. It takes a lot to rattle him, but if he completes this particular assignment, he's going to demand hazard pay. Movie 'verse.


The assignment is a simple one: Kill the woman in the photograph. Leave behind a spectacularly gory crime scene, but make the body disappear. )


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Raylan smile)
Title: Birthright
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, gen, AU
Rating/Work-safeness: PG
Approximate word count: 2900
Disclaimer: I own nothing.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] foreverhermit
Summary: 47, the man who plans everything ten moves ahead, didn't plan for this. It takes a lot to rattle him, but if he completes this particular assignment, he's going to demand hazard pay. Movie 'verse.


The assignment is a simple one: Kill the woman in the photograph. Leave behind a spectacularly gory crime scene, but make the body disappear. )


Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Winchester phone)
Title: The War Correspondant
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, gen, AU
Rating/Work-safeness: PG
Approximate word count: 5500
Disclaimer: I own nothing. Prompt by [livejournal.com profile] harrigan for SPN_Summergen.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] creamfudge, [livejournal.com profile] jdsgirlbev and [livejournal.com profile] pwcorgigirl.
Summary: In 1918, in an isolated French farmhouse, three American farmboys struggle to avoid detection by German patrols. Could be considered AU or a couple generations pre-series.


'I'm a medic. I'm qualified to evaluate and care for your wound. My bossy older brother is a motorcycle courier. If you need your oil changed, he's the guy to go to' )

Comment, please?

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vanillafluffy: (Winchester phone)
Title: The War Correspondant
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, gen, AU
Rating/Work-safeness: PG
Approximate word count: 5500
Disclaimer: I own nothing. Prompt by [livejournal.com profile] harrigan for SPN_Summergen.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] creamfudge, [livejournal.com profile] jdsgirlbev and [livejournal.com profile] pwcorgigirl.
Summary: In 1918, in an isolated French farmhouse, three American farmboys struggle to avoid detection by German patrols. Could be considered AU or a couple generations pre-series.


'I'm a medic. I'm qualified to evaluate and care for your wound. My bossy older brother is a motorcycle courier. If you need your oil changed, he's the guy to go to' )

Comment, please?

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vanillafluffy: (A good accent)
Type of Submission: (Fiction)
Title: Ordinary Extraordinary
Author/Artist/Vidder: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] bellatemple
Rating: PG-13 for language
Word count: about 5200
Warnings: Some cussing, may be spoilers for aired episodes
Author's Notes: From the prompt “Crossover with Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, either book or miniseries -- Dean (with or without Sam) gets lost in the world Below" Book 'verse.
Summary: Set about six months after the conclusion of “Neverwhere” and post-series for SPN, when Dean’s perfectly ordinary Saturday is dramatically interrupted and he’s thrown into a situation that could change his reality forever.

Ordinary Extraordinary  )
vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Raylan smile)
Title: Fruit of the Vine
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Fate of characters from "Hitman" the movieverse
Rating/Work-safeness: Green/G
Approximate word count: 500
Disclaimer: The only thing I own is the DVD
Summary: A bottle of wine reminds 47 of Nika. Clearly she's been thinking of him, too.

47 glances around the shop, where bottles are cradled in racks, in cartons, wine bottles everywhere. His gaze is arrested by the graphic on one label in particular. )

Comments are shiny.
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vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Raylan smile)
Title: Fruit of the Vine
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Fate of characters from "Hitman" the movieverse
Rating/Work-safeness: Green/G
Approximate word count: 500
Disclaimer: The only thing I own is the DVD
Summary: A bottle of wine reminds 47 of Nika. Clearly she's been thinking of him, too.

47 glances around the shop, where bottles are cradled in racks, in cartons, wine bottles everywhere. His gaze is arrested by the graphic on one label in particular. )

Comments are shiny.
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vanillafluffy: (Yule schnauzer)
Title: Upon a Midnight
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, AU for Season 4
Rating/Work-safeness: PG-ish for language
Approximate word count: 4600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Eric Kripke and Frank Capra
Summary: Dean's in Hell, and on Christmas Eve, a lonely Sam wishes he'd never been born.
A/N: this was started WAY back when during the writer's strike, languished on my 'puter for ages and was just completed for [livejournal.com profile] dayofindulgence.

Although he’s no stranger to cemeteries, being in one on a snowy Christmas Eve is especially bleak. )

Comments are shiny.
vanillafluffy: (Yule schnauzer)
Title: Upon a Midnight
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: None, AU for Season 4
Rating/Work-safeness: PG-ish for language
Approximate word count: 4600
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Eric Kripke and Frank Capra
Summary: Dean's in Hell, and on Christmas Eve, a lonely Sam wishes he'd never been born.
A/N: this was started WAY back when during the writer's strike, languished on my 'puter for ages and was just completed for [livejournal.com profile] dayofindulgence.

Although he’s no stranger to cemeteries, being in one on a snowy Christmas Eve is especially bleak. )

Comments are shiny.
vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Boyd)
Title: Nineteen Times Five
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Raylan/Boyd or Boyd/Raylan, you be the judge
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for one "damn" and it's just *barely* slash
Approximate word count: 650
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Elmore Leonard and FX Network. I am strictly non-profit. No disrespect meant to any coal miners, either.
Summary: Generated by [livejournal.com profile] amelia_17's inadvertant prompt of ambiguously gay duo, although I think it's more ambiguous than gay. I'll let you decide who the narrative voice is for yourself.

'We dug coal together when we were nineteen.'... The story of best friends Boyd and Raylan, young and wild, boys becoming men in the unforgiving depths of the mine. Just barely slash. )

Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Justified -- Boyd)
Title: Nineteen Times Five
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Raylan/Boyd or Boyd/Raylan, you be the judge
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for one "damn" and it's just *barely* slash
Approximate word count: 650
Disclaimer: All rights belong to Elmore Leonard and FX Network. I am strictly non-profit. No disrespect meant to any coal miners, either.
Summary: Generated by [livejournal.com profile] amelia_17's inadvertant prompt of ambiguously gay duo, although I think it's more ambiguous than gay. I'll let you decide who the narrative voice is for yourself.

'We dug coal together when we were nineteen.'... The story of best friends Boyd and Raylan, young and wild, boys becoming men in the unforgiving depths of the mine. Just barely slash. )

Comments are shiny.

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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
Title: Hereafter the Balance
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for nudity
Approximate word count: 3500
Disclaimer: I am not Eric Kripke and I'm not Neil Gaiman, either.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] pwcorgigirl
Summary: After "Abandon All Hope", Jo Harvelle finds herself in an unexpected afterlife, her soul hanging in the balance.

You must understand, in the normal course of events, you would have been plucked by a reaper. They are the dominant claimers of mortal souls in this time and place. However, because of the upheavals going on in the Christian pantheon, *we* were able to collect you. )

Comments are shiny.
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vanillafluffy: (Metallicar)
Title: Hereafter the Balance
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Rating/Work-safeness: PG for nudity
Approximate word count: 3500
Disclaimer: I am not Eric Kripke and I'm not Neil Gaiman, either.
Betaed by: [livejournal.com profile] pwcorgigirl
Summary: After "Abandon All Hope", Jo Harvelle finds herself in an unexpected afterlife, her soul hanging in the balance.

You must understand, in the normal course of events, you would have been plucked by a reaper. They are the dominant claimers of mortal souls in this time and place. However, because of the upheavals going on in the Christian pantheon, *we* were able to collect you. )

Comments are shiny.
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vanillafluffy: (Going thru hell)
Title: Judgement Day
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "Bulletville"
Rating/Work-safeness: PG/Green
Approximate word count: 1000
Disclaimer: It all belongs to Elmore Leonard and FX TV.
Summary: After the events in "Bulletville", Boyd Crowder continues pursuit of his quarry and resolves his crisis of faith.

He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.... )


Comments would be lovely.

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vanillafluffy: (Going thru hell)
Title: Judgement Day
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Spoilers for "Bulletville"
Rating/Work-safeness: PG/Green
Approximate word count: 1000
Disclaimer: It all belongs to Elmore Leonard and FX TV.
Summary: After the events in "Bulletville", Boyd Crowder continues pursuit of his quarry and resolves his crisis of faith.

He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.... )


Comments would be lovely.

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