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Fandom: Avengers (Any/All Flavours)

1356: 23,000 words. genfic. Ensemble cast. PG-13. Tony's going to need more than a box of scraps and a secluded cave to fix a way out of this one...

A Steady Beat: 12,150 words. genfic. PG-13. (link goes to AO3). Written with [personal profile] cantarina. Part 1 of The Keys To Our Success. When their label wants to send them on a cross-country tour, three piece alt-folk band 'The Widows' need to make a few really drastic changes. Natasha, Maria, and Jan have their work cut out for them, up to and including brunch, their friend Pepper crashing at the apartment, band auditions, pastry peace offerings, and a new manager who brings all his own pens.

A Tachyon Is Just A Sub-Atomic Particle With No Taste: 1,600 words. genfic. Clint Barton, Bruce Banner. PG-13. Clint is failing Professor Banner's class by a wide margin and gets asked in to the Professor's office to discuss the situation.

All That Love, All Those Mistakes: 19,500 words. Clint Barton/Steve Rogers. NC-17. After a life on the street and now a job at a run down community centre, Clint classifies himself as a hard-and-fast pessimist. Until he gets the stuffing knocked out of him by a local street gang and suddenly his life is like a bad rom-com, complete with the boy with the smile that makes his knees weak, the ever-helpful matchmaking best friend, gratuitous Abraham Lincoln, and one or more cracked ribs. Okay, maybe he's still a pessimist...

Worse Things Happen At Sea: 18,000 words. Steve Rogers/Natasha Romanov/Maria Hill. NC-17. The twenty-first century isn't somewhere Steve wants to be. He feels lost, a mess of anger, regret, and a longing he can't work out, unable to make any lasting connections or shake the feeling of loneliness despite being constantly surrounded by people. Natasha is first to find him alone and adrift, and with Maria's help, takes him in hand.

Fandom: Chuck

Chuck's Super Secret Spy Mix: 760 words. Gen. G. Chuck made a mixtape for the afternoon, to make it special.

Fandom: Community

Shut Up And Make Some Noise: 560 words. Jeff/Britta. NC-17. Everyone else is dead and everything is meaningless, so what does it matter who makes what noise and when?

Fandom: Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog

A Man's Gotta Do (What A Man's Gotta Do): 580 words. Penny/Hammer. PG-13. Penny tries not to lose her temper and Hammer is acting stereotypically.

Fandom: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Going Down Swinging: 2,285 words. Ike/Boyd. NC-17. Ike hasn't been spending much time in camp lately, after a fight goes horribly awry. Boyd finds him practicing alone and they make a little bet and work out some lingering tensions.

Fandom: Firefly

Ruffled Feathers: 1,010 words. Jayne/Simon. R. Simon has to look nice to really sell the part and Jayne, for one, is buying.

Fandom: Good Omens

Aziraphale & Crowley vs. The Pinball Machine: 1,010 words. Gen. G. Aziraphale has a bad feeling, Crowley dismisses it. AT HIS OWN PERIL.

Fandom: Harry Potter

They'd Be Damned: 830 words. Frank Longbottom/Alice Longbottom. PG-13. "Everyone said they'd be together forever, and they'd be damned if it wasn't true."

A-Z James/Sirius Drabbles: 26 x 100 words. James Potter/Sirius Black. R (Some drabbles are lower, but rated highest just to be safe). A whole alphabet of James Potter/Sirius Black drabbles, almost all of them Marauder-era in nature

Fandom: Inspector Spacetime

The Time In The Cave (With a Bed, But Hardly Any Bats At All, Because Bats Are No Fun): 900 words. The Inspector/Brooke Rhapsody. NC-17. A bed might be an unexpected thing to find in a cave, but Brooke Rhapsody is certainly not.

Fandom: Les Miserables

Life About To Start: 5,000 words. Enjolras/Grantaire. PG-13. Grantaire is only waiting to die, even as he's learning to live.

Fandom: Leverage

A Few Close Calls and One That Wasn't Close Enough: 2,680 words. Hardison/Eliot. PG-13. With the impressive number of enemies Eliot has made in his lifetime, it wouldn't shock him if some (or most) of them wanted him dead. But even by evil Bond villain standards, this seemed like a long way to go to get a guy killed.

A Joy To Pass A Quiet Night At Home: 1,200 words. Eliot/Parker/Hardison. G. Sometimes it's not the loud, boasting moments that inform us, it's the quiet nights at home.

Always Darkest Before Dawn: 29,900 words. genfic. R. 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.

Arrow Saves Christmas: 1,100 words. Eliot/Hardison/Parker implied. G. It's Christmas Eve and there's a big, big problem. Luckily, Arrow is always cool and calm in the face of holiday stress.

Be My Yoko Ono: 12,100 words. Pre-Eliot/Hardison. R. For once, football is not a metaphor for the quintessential gay college experience.

Bruises: 450 words. Hardison/Eliot. R. Introspection in the moments leading up to the bruises.

Capable Hands: 600 words. Eliot/Parker. NC-17. Sometimes, they watch each other.

Conversations Brief or Long: 970 words. Parker/Hardison/Eliot. NC-17. It doesn't matter what words they pick when they're together because everything gets said just the way it needs to.

Dragon's Deal: 440 words. Eliot/Hardison/Parker. G. This was clearly a once in a lifetime opportunity. Let the consequences be Future Eliot's problem.

Drrrty Pop: 34,600 words. Parker/Eliot, Parker/Hardison, Parker/Eliot/Hardison, other background pairings, see MP for details. NC-17. On the eve of her first international tour, worldwide pop superstar Parker, is plagued by fear, doubt, and regret over the choices she's made. Her pre-fame best friend (Eliot) has suddenly reappeared in her life, the new DJ (Alec) is a touch too familiar for comfort, and maybe Parker's libido is out of control. They're all in for a very interesting tour.

Each Happy Ending Is A Brand New Beginning: 1500 words. Nate/Sophie, Parker/Hardison. PG. What happens after, when the team wants to make normal lives for themselves.

Exactly What She Means: 600 words. Parker/Hardison. PG-13. Episode coda for 3x04, The Scheherazade Job. Parker catches up to Hardison outside the bar with something to say.

Five Times Sophie and Eliot Didn't Really Kiss: 1,700 words. Eliot/Sophie. G. Five times Sophie and Eliot didn't kiss, not really.

Glad You're Not Roadkill: 500 words. Hardison/Eliot. G. Eliot always blames himself.

Kissing Girls: 200 words. Parker/Sophie. PG-13. Parker reflects on the act of kissing.

Long Process: 960 words. Hardison/Eliot. NC-17. Learning to forgive one's self is a very long process.

Love and Other Supervillains: 45,200 words. Eliot/Hardison, Hardison/Parker, Nate/Sophie. NC-17. When Cityopolis is in trouble, it calls the best hero in town: Super Duper Man. When Super Duper Man is in trouble, it's up to his super duper roommate, Hardison, and their super duper dog to help him out. But when the trouble is bigger and badder than Cityopolis has ever seen, and she's wearing a tight red dress and matching killer heels, it seems like it's going to be the end for the whole city for sure. But there shouldn't be anything to worry about. After all, no one is crazy enough to actually destroy the whole planet... Right?

Memories In Permanent Ink: 2,500 words. Hardison/Eliot. NC-17. Alec finds out why Eliot's been so secretive and what he's been hiding.

No Regrets, No Looking Back: 270 words. Hardison/Eliot. PG13. Hardison gets a letter he doesn't want.

No Robots Were Harmed In The Making Of This Story: 24,200 words. Hardison/Parker, Hardison/Parker/Eliot. R. Hardison built a robot to fight, but he gave it artificial intelligence to win. He didn’t expect it to come to life and for it to become such a big part of his life.

Pour Some Sugar on Me: 600 words. Hardison/Eliot/Parker. R. Not surprisingly, it is Parker who has the sweet tooth.

Proving It: 1,000 words. Hardison/Eliot. NC-17. Forgiveness doesn't always come easy.

The Elephant In The Room (Is Me Loving You): 16,000 words. Eliot/Hardison/Parker. PG13. The Greater Cityopolis City Zoo is getting an elephant for the first time in their history, and with is comes the new elephant keeper. And as Parker points out, "they're elephants, so it's clearly a huge deal."

The Naked Break-In Plot: 785 words. Hardison/Eliot/Parker. R. "Dude, did you break into my apartment? ...Naked?"

The Secret Waiter Job: 23,000 words. Hardison/Eliot. R. Leverage is the hot, exciting place on the restaurant scene these days, thanks to its hot, exciting executive chef, Eliot Spencer. New hire Alec Hardison is a mild mannered, smooth talking waiter by night and a double-life-living, top secret culinary school student by day. Together, they'll cook up some sizzling dishes... both in and out of the kitchen.

The Stars Will Be Our Blanket: 2900 words. Genfic. PG. Eliot wants to be alone. Parker has her own line of reasoning.

The Tumbler's Fall: 12,400 words. Sophie/Parker, past Sophie/Nate. PG13. Stripped of name and rank, the former Queen Sophie takes up with a band of brigands and miscreant thieves aboard an airship, The Tumbler's Fall. Captained by a strange young girl and crewed by the oddest assortment of people Sophie could imagine, the plan is to ship out for lands unknown and treasures undreamed of. Things aboard The Tumbler's Fall don't always go according to plan, it turns out...

The Waiting Job: 11,700 words. Nate/Sophie, Hardison/Eliot/Parker. PG-13. They're out of food, and someone's going to have to go out to get more before they die. They have no choice at this point. Hopefully the zombies will see it that way and not give them a hard time.

When The Cat's Away, The Mice Shall Play: 1,500 words. Eliot/Parker. NC-17. Eliot tried to focus, but the idea of a bored Parker, left to her own devices in the apartment without supervision, haunted him.

You Go To My Head: 290 words. Hardison/Parker. PG-13. Parker likes kissing Hardison.

Fandom: Mighty Ducks

Distraction: 770 words. Fulton Reed/Dean Portman. PG-13. Dean has a tendency to distract Fulton when Fulton is trying to do homework.

Fandom: Newsies

On A Cold Night: 200 words. Spot/Racetrack. PG. Spot wants Racetrack to go home with him.

Fandom: Supernatural

A Man In Need (Is A Friend Indeed): 415 words. Genfic. PG. Sam's spidey-senses start tingling while he's trying to study.

Actions Speak Louder: 700 words. Sam/Castiel. PG-13. Castiel starts making really awkward declarations to Sam at really bad moments.

And Grace Will Lead Me Home, with [personal profile] epiphanyx7 (entry for [ profile] au_bigbang): 45,000 words. Gabriel/Sam/Castiel/Dean, Sam/Gabriel, Castiel/Gabriel, Sam/Dean. R. In order to stop the apocalypse, Dean kills Lucifer -- saving the world, and dying in the process. But Dean's journey is far from over -- the pact he made with Lilith for his soul did not end when an angel pulled him from depths of hell.

After the apocalypse, Castiel and Sam are left to pick up the shattered pieces of themselves. In the wake of Dean's death, things are not as easy as they used to be. Castiel finds himself trapped on Earth, with no hope of returning to the only home he's ever had, while Sam tries to remember who he is without his brother.

Man and angel have nothing in common, aside from their mutual bonds to a man now dead and a future they must forge together, now that the hands of fate have released them. And they will find a purpose, find out who they are, and more importantly, will find a reason to keep going... even in the face of danger, even with the knowledge with every passing second, Sam is closer to the end of his life.

And when he is gone, Castiel will be alone. Forever.

Believe In Magic: 600 words. Sam/Castiel. PG-13. Castiel is a house hippo and Sam is the teeny tiny hamster who didn't believe in him.

Blood Will Always Stain: 2,966 words. Sam/Kali. PG-13. Strange dreams are not new territory for Sam, but this one is stranger than normal.

Braid: 600 words. Anna/Jo. PG-13. Anna likes to watch Jo's hands.

Comme si de rien n'était: 2,600 words. Sam/Dean. R. Dean is coming to terms with the fact that things are different now. He doesn't have with Sam what they had before his brother left for California, and he doesn't know if Sam wants it back.

Existential Crisis, Thy Name is 'Pork Chop': 450 words. Gen. G. Pre-series. Sam contemplates the transient nature of life in 11th grade biology.

I Know You Can't Save Me: 2,780 words. Dean/Bela. NC-17. Bela is back and this time she doesn't have any schemes, ploys or games.

Lesson Learned: 1,100 words. Gen. PG-13. Castiel, as an angel, never went to kindergarten and therefore missed a lot of valuable life lessons.

Sinfully Delicious: 1,200 words. Gen. R. The Devil is having a hard time getting back into the swing of ruling hell and Sam Winchester tastes like sweet, sweet vanilla.

Sorry, Not Sorry: 400 words. Gen. PG. What can an angel say to a dead girl? [episode tag for 5x10]

Such A Depressing Box of Tapes: 600 words. Sam/Dean. PG13. Dean dies on a Wednesday and doesn't come back. Relearning to live after that is a struggle for Sam. [missing scene from 3x11]

Ten Mile Walk: 630 words. Gen. PG-13. Dean takes a walk and thinks about things.

That's The Way The Cookie Crumbles 1,100 words. Gen. PG-13. Sam and Castiel are fighting over the last cookie. Dean eats it. There are consequences.

The Maiden Voyage of The S.S. Bad Touch 20,100 words. PG-13. Take one demon and add an angel. Now subtract their powers and strand far from humans. The math is conclusive: it's time to get off the island. Even if it means paddling.

The Pier: 200 words. Sam/Gabriel. PG-13. Sam dreams. (photo prompt)

The Spirit of Adventure: 650 words. Chuck/Becky. PG-13. Chuck left his sense of adventure in his other little black dress.

To Save Penguins: 640 words. Gen. PG-13. There was something going on, and Sam was pretty sure it was weird.

Tunnel of Love: 300 words. Sam/Castiel. G. And what happened in the Tunnel of Love was not exactly what Sam had in mind.

You Can't Name a Baby 'Trgiaob': 4,700 words. Gen. PG-13. But Dean was sober and alive, and no matter what else he said or thought, Castiel was still pregnant, and he and Sam apparently had to just deal with it.

Fandom: Crossovers

Awful, Horrific, Beautiful, Perfect: 670 words. Supernatural/Good Omens. Gen. G. If Castiel is having doubts - if he is questioning - it is better to talk to someone who has already been there.

Later: 550 words. Supernatural/Torchwood. Gabriel/Jack. NC-17. Gabriel travels a lot. So does Jack. They meet up later.

Just To Take A Ride: 1,200 words. Leverage/Supernatural. Eliot Spencer/Dean Winchester. NC-17. Dean hears music coming from up a flight of stairs and he thinks it's possible his luck is starting to turn around.


Fandom: Avengers (Any/All Flavours)

Every Dong Has Its Day: 50 minutes. Tony Stark/Steve Rogers. Rated mature by author [ profile] zarathuse

The Inaugural Meeting of an Affectionate Devil and a Gentleman, Leading to the Formation of Infernal Intentions and the Seeking of an Address: 13 minutes. Tony Stark/Steve Rogers. Rated teen by author [personal profile] tsukinofaerii

Two Hearts With Accurate Devotion: 5 minutes. Thor/Loki. Rated PG13 by author [ profile] brodinsons

Fandom: Community

Kicksplasher: 7 minutes. Troy genfic. Rated PG by author [ profile] innie_darling

Fandom: Firefly

Whispered: 7 minutes. Genfic. Rated not suitable for children by author [personal profile] epiphanyx7

Fandom: Harry Potter

Pride and Prejudice and Werewolves: 12 minutes. Remus/Sirius. Rated PG13 by author [ profile] cherie_morte

Fandom: Leverage

How To Seduce Your Geek: 15 minutes. Eliot/Hardison. Rated General Audiences by author [ profile] james

Speak/Listen: 5 minutes. Leverage, Hardison POV teamfic. Rated PG13 by author [personal profile] jendavis

Fandom: Supernatural

And Grace Will Lead Me Home: 6 minutes. Genfic. Rated Not Suitable For Children by author [personal profile] epiphanyx7

Apocalypse Maybe: 49 minutes. Sam/Dean. Rated R by author [ profile] aggybird

I'd Marry Your Cat To Get In The Family: 9 minutes. Sam/Castiel. Rated PG-13 by author [ profile] wanttobeatree

Fandom: Who-niverse

Elevator To The Moon (A Little Out Of Reach): 12 minutes. Ten/Jack. Rated PG by author [personal profile] waterofthemoon


Fandom: Avengers

Avenge This!, an all-woman, rock'n'roll, butt kicking mix from the hottest new rock outfit there is: Natasha and The Widows.

Fandom: Leverage

Fight Crime With Mangoes And Limes, a Parker/Hardison fanmix for Leverage Reverse Bang (links to stories included)


Going Out To Face The Zombie Army, a mix inspired by a fic and great for kicking butt to.

Let Go Too Soon, a fanmix for an original fic at Big Bang Mix Up 2014 (link to story included).

Lost Dawn & The Box of Dreams, a fanmix for an original fic at Robot Big Bang 2012 (link to story included).

Date: 2012-06-10 02:09 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] wutendeskind
This is beautiful. *______*

I particularly like the style you followed for your alphabetizing.

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