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Title: Spelled Out in Ice
Fandom: Teen Wolf
Summary: "And yet we’ve been stealing people for thousands of years. Changelings, human lovers, tithes, what does it matter?"

10,000 words at the AO3
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Title: The Sky Receding
Fandom: The Amazing Spider-Man
Summary: Penny Parker navigates the waters of relationships, heroics, and the best way to stuff the crotch of a superhero costume.
Notes: Rule 63 fic in which Peter has always been Penny. Post-movie. Title from Counting Crows' "I Wish I Was A Girl."

7,100 words at the AO3
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Title: The Light Beyond the Trees
Fandom: How to Train Your Dragon
Rating: PG
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] trekkie_mage.
Summary: Hiccup, growing up in Berk.

4,700 words )
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Title: Fall, Fear, Catch, Mend
Fandom: How to Train Your Dragon
Rating: PG
Warnings/Notes: Contains depictions of panic attacks and PTSD. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] chaya, [livejournal.com profile] trekkiemage, and [livejournal.com profile] bad_vegan for concrit! Also available on AO3.
Summary: For some reason, Hiccup decides that the best way to get over this ridiculous sudden fear of falling is by beating it into submission. With a Night Fury.

6,500 words )
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Title: Make A Little Birdhouse In Your Soul
Fandom: Once Upon A Time
Rating: PG
Summary: Emma is still adjusting to life in Storybrooke, but Storybrooke is not making it easy.
Warnings/Notes: Written for Yuletide 2011; also available on AO3. Thanks to Ari for the beta!

~4,000 words )
starsandatoms: ([marvel] Cap & Iron Man)
Title: And Never Brought To Mind
Fandom: Marvel Adventures: The Avengers
Rating: PG
Summary: Steve gets selective amnesia. Tony hates magic.
Warnings/Notes: No warnings; thanks to Ari for the beta! Can be read as gen or pre-slash.

5,800 words )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Take the Third Option
Rating: R for frank discussion of sex and violence
Summary: Take the Third Option, or, Vulcans Have Prehensile Dicks And Other Misinformation.
Notes/Warnings: Written for [livejournal.com profile] trekkiemage as part of her (very belated) Help Japan winnings; this one's for "Hurt/Comfort." This fic deals with pon farr and all the consent issues that come with it, so take that as you will.

Around 6,000 Words )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Five Times Jim Was Neurotically Mothered By His Crew (And One Time He Mothered Them Right Back)
Rating: PG for mentions of violence
Summary: It says a lot about his life that Jim's no longer surprised to be waking up in sickbay with no idea of how he got there.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] extraonions for [livejournal.com profile] help_haiti, who said "I am a big fan of hurt/comfort, Kirk!whump, any kind of story where the other characters are concerned about Kirk, discuss these concerns with each other, and generally hover and mother hen him (either with or without him noticing). You can write me 1,000 words of everyone on the Enterprise monitoring Kirk's emotional state and nutritional intake and making him wear mittens and it will hit every button I have :)." I may have taken this a bit more literally than it was intended. I hope you enjoy it! :D Huge thanks to Ari and Rachel for the beta.

About 6,000 words. )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Ship Leave
Rating: PG-13 for violence, references to torture and captivity, and stab wounds
Summary: Two years after embarking on her maiden voyage, the Enterprise returns to Earth for some holiday-season shore leave after a typical mission-gone-wrong. Then things go wronger.
Author's note: Part three of three. This section's wordcount: about 8,000.

Part Three )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Ship Leave
Rating: PG-13 for violence, references to torture and captivity, and stab wounds
Summary: Two years after embarking on her maiden voyage, the Enterprise returns to Earth for some holiday-season shore leave after a typical mission-gone-wrong. Then things go wronger.
Author's note: Part two of three. Word count for this part: about 8,000.

Part Two )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Ship Leave
Rating: PG-13 for violence, references to torture and captivity, and stab wounds
Summary: Two years after embarking on her maiden voyage, the Enterprise returns to Earth for some holiday-season shore leave after a typical mission-gone-wrong. Then things go wronger.
Author's note: I have no idea if "ship leave" is an actual term, but "shore leave" as a title didn't make any sense and also I'm pretty sure it was already taken. Due to severely limited and insanely expensive internet access, I won't be able to reply to comments or make changes, although of course concrit and/or pointing and laughing at silly typos are always appreciated, as is lavish praise. (For similar reasons, virtually no research went into this fic, so all the messed-up deck numbers are all my own fault.) Word count for this part: about 8,500.

Part One )

Prey

Sep. 13th, 2009 08:53 pm
starsandatoms: ([merlin] mira que soy cazador)
Title: Prey Fandom: Merlin Spoilers: Through series 1 Summary: Arthur hears the baying of wolves as he awakens. 6,400 words )
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Title: No Plot, No Problem
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Rating: PG
Summary: November strikes the Enterprise.
Notes: Written for the [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo prompt "crack fic." NaNoWriMo fic counts as crack, right?

2,000 words, or slightly more than the daily wordcount. )
starsandatoms: ([geek] astronomy)
Title: Circumzenithal
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Rating: G for gratuitous science porn
Summary: Jim, Spock, and Bones do some organizing of shore leave, and then gratuitous science ensues. \o/
Notes: For Vacations and Holidays for [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo. For more science, go here - features gorgeous pictures of the day and awesome explanations.

1500 words )
starsandatoms: ([tw] Owen science)
Title: The Carriage Held But Just Ourselves and Immortality
Fandom: Torchwood/Discworld
Rating: PG-13 for repeated deaths
Spoilers: All aired Torchwood episodes (including vague ones for Children of Earth), and Doctor Who episodes Gridlock, Utopia, Sound of Drums, and Last of the Time Lords.
Summary: Ten times Death didn't take Jack, and one time he did, or ten near-Captain Jack experiences that Death had.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo prompt "Crossover: Books and Literary". Obviously, the book/literature is Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Title from Emily Dickenson's "Because I Could Not Stop For Death"; a bajillion thanks to [livejournal.com profile] 20thcenturyvole for the beta!

3,600 words )
starsandatoms: ([ya] i'll always find you)
Title: get up up on the dance floor
Rating: PG
Summary: "I'm fully confident that I'm not going to spend the next fifty years of my life lamenting not having gone to my senior prom."
Notes: Utterly self-indulgent fluff written after a bad day at work. For [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo prompt "Heat." Billy/Teddy.

3,500 completely sappy, self-indulgent words. )
starsandatoms: ([merlin] mira que soy cazador)
Title: ...shall set you free
Rating: PG for boykissing
Summary: A magical truth epidemic hits Camelot, so where else would Merlin be but hiding in his room? And where else would Arthur be but on the other side of his door, annoying him?
Notes: Written for the space "wildcard" for [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo; prompt was "truth serum."

1500 words )

we are air

Jul. 4th, 2009 06:08 pm
starsandatoms: ([trek] Kirk)
Title: we are air
Rating: PG for violence
Summary: Five anniversaries and birthdays of the Enterprise crew.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo, for the square "Another Year Older." Title translated from Sueno de Morfeo's song "Somos Aire."

4,000 words. )
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Title: The Naked Roommate, And Other Issues You May Run Into While Traveling Through Time And Space
Rating: PG
Summary: The Doctor and Donna get used to living together.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] cliche_bingo, for the space "Domestic Bliss."

2,000 words ish )
starsandatoms: ([trek] Spock)
Title: Only the Good Die Young
Rating: PG-13 for sexual comments and horrible science puns
Summary: Five times Pavel Chekov hated being the only seventeen-year-old on the Enterprise.
Notes: [livejournal.com profile] theo_winterwood asked for "Chekov and Sulu hang out and . . . I have no idea. Do whatever they do when they hang out." Somehow that turned into this. Also, I don't own naked singularities or the no hair theorem.

2,500 words )