sunspot: skyline of city by water, tilted to one side (tilted skyline)
Read the truthful account: The Inaugural Meeting of an Affectionate Devil and a Gentleman, Leading to the Formation of Infernal Intentions and the Seeking of an Address (The First Part of The Most Earnest Report Regarding Deliciously Deviant Devils, Acutely Admirable Americans and the Increasingly Inadvisable Intimacies Between Them)
As penned by the shining smith of words: [personal profile] tsukinofaerii
Recounted to you now by the humble storyteller: [personal profile] sunspot
This story bears the elements of the universe: Marvel Adventures: Avengers with a generous helping of the Echo Bazaar.
Relationships & Characters: Contains the most Romantic Liasons and Shocking Affairs between Captain Steven G. Rogers of the U.S. Armed Forces and the Affectionate Devil Anthony Stark. Also featuring the Valiant Devil, James Rhodes.
Suitable for humans and creatures: Teen and up
Length: Thirteen minutes and twenty-four seconds.
To summarize a long story short, in the interest of time: When Anthony Stark, (the Affectionate Devil) bumps into a newcomer in the Neath, he absolutely has to know more about this particularly delicious soul.
One should be aware of the following notes of concern: Exceptionally affectionate prose (fluff), occasional mentions of Violence most unsettling (mentions of casual violence), Scandalous Tails and Various forms of Deviltry. May also warn those new to the Neath of the future which lies before them (spoilers for the game)
Notes from the Teller: I am neither confirming nor denying that I picked this one solely based on the title, but if you were to ask around, I am certain you would find no one who would say that it's not the Loveliest and Wordiest of titles. None who would not be lying through their awful teeth, that is.
Credit for the the delightful musical accompaniment: incompetech.com


The crude and simple cover designed by the reader, whose talents lie in many things, but apparently not in any particular artistic endeavor.

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sunspot: zetti face with a curling fern (Default)
Always Darkest Before Dawn

By [personal profile] sunspot, aka: [livejournal.com profile] unavoidedcrisis.
With artwork by [livejournal.com profile] hollow_echos.
Beta'd by [livejournal.com profile] cherie_morte.



Fandom: Leverage
Pairing: none
Rating: R (adults only)
Word Count: 29,900
Warnings: (temporary) character death
Author's Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] apocabigbang 2010. Fusion based on Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job. Previous knowledge of that story absolutely not required. At least ninety-one thank yous to my fantastic beta, and ninety-one more to my fabulous artists. Thanks everyone! :)



One of the mysteries of the universe is why Parker, of all people, gets the ability to see a soul after it departs the body of the recently deceased. They're glittery and she's Parker, so of course she starts picking them up, not knowing what they really are. Of course, she could just look in the instruction manual... but oh, no, Hardison's taken it.

Then the hellhound shows up and starts eating the doors off her cupboards, and Eliot is breaking into people's homes to threaten them with tape and knives. It's been a very stressful couple of weeks and all Parker wants is a vacation, or a nice, relaxing art theft, but now the forces of darkness (whatever that means) are bent on destroying the world. And then, if she somehow ever gets that mess sorted out, Hardison's been complaining that all his Hot Pockets taste like doom...




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sunspot: drawing of a girl in a kilt and hoodie with a chainsaw, splattered red (i behave most of the time)
When it came time to write this one down in the annals of history, it would be chalked up to 'wrong place, wrong time.' Unfortunately, Parker had had no inclination of this when she went into the house, or else she probably would have made sure she was in a different place or at least a different time.

The con of the week wasn't anything stressful or mentally challenging, at least for Parker's part. )


Next: Part Two


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