Jan. 25th, 2013 09:24 pm
sideways: [gundam 00] marina seated (►my mind's running to you)
Title: Typology
Rating: G
Genre: Urban fantasy
Wordcount: 815
Remarks: Omen and Rebecca are mine; Delilah is Quixote's, though I like to think I can claim some responsibility seeing as she's Jester's sprog. Femslash February's just around the corner, so here's an old bit of rampant fluff to celebrate.

more than any real desire for secrecy )

channel 16

Jan. 7th, 2013 08:29 pm
sideways: [o] heart being brandished in air (►she keeps my heart)
Title: Channel 16
Rating: G
Genre: Urban fantasy
Wordcount: 376
Remarks: Beaufort is mine; Guilt is Quixote's. Living with psychics is hard.

the baby was crying )


Oct. 10th, 2012 07:24 pm
sideways: [tftb] gortys smiling (►we should be together)
Title: Neapolitan
Rating: PG
Genre: Guess we're going with urban fantasy
Wordcount: 668
Warnings: Sort of both post- and pre-smut. Far from graphic.
Remarks: Jester is mine; Pyre is Quixote's.

little more than the shadow of rumpled sheets )
sideways: [o] I am a tree (►city life has crumbled)
Title: The Traveller
Rating: G
Series: His Dark Materials / According to Plan
Wordcount: 1563
Warnings: Totally lacking in accurate knowledge of American colonial history?
Summary: In which Andrew is a perpetual hitchhiker.
Remarks: I recently re-read - in fact just finished re-reading as of this morning - Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, and it gave me a bee in my bonnet that ended with me turning to my favourite cast of characters for gratuitous crossovers. Not quite completed, but not likely to get any more so. Andrew/Jester is mine; Nigel/Secateur is Quixote's. The dæmons are a kittiwake and an addax.

the most welcome sight )
sideways: [orphan black] helena looking to the side (►another telepathic rendezvous)
Title: On the Road
Rating: G
Genre: Urban fantasy?
Wordcount: 755
Remarks: Prompt - restless. Sincerest apologies to anyone who actually knows the locale, my sole nod to the real world was remembering which side to put the driver on.

his phone gave out about two hours out of Beaumont )


Jun. 29th, 2012 05:13 pm
sideways: [o] a great many photos at your feet (►not today or tomorrow)
Title: Siren
Rating: PG
Genre: Urban fantasy?
Wordcount: 329
Remarks: You know that moment where you write something riddled with cliches and melodrama but you're so damn pleased to have broken through an extensive block that you can't help but feel proud of it anyway? Yeah. Andrew/Jester is mine (and, yes, of a kin with coffeehouse Andrew; this is technically his first and truest 'canon'). Pyre is Quixote's (and most definitely not of a kin with Patience ahah oh god).

andrew's first kiss is warmth in the wet )


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