sunspot: two hand drawn owls looking out (two staring owls)
Title: A Few Close Calls and One That Wasn't Close Enough
Fandom: Leverage
Pairing: Hardison/Eliot
Rating: 13+
Word Count: 2680
Summary: 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.
Author's Notes: For [ profile] maskedfangirl. Happy Christmas, my wonderful girl. Many thanks to [ profile] cherie_morte for the awesome beta. Any resemblance to any awesome 1993 Hollywood blockbuster movie is completely coincidental and is obviously not something I noticed halfway through but opted not to change. You know, for the record.

What we're about to tell you is so secret, so vitally confidential, that it can never go beyond these fourteen inch thick reinforced steel walls. If even a single syllable of what is about to be revealed to you is breathed to the outside world, the entire project, yourselves included, will have to be burned. Literally. )
sunspot: we have offended the heavens. aren't you the least bit excited? (excited for this atrocity)
Title: Lesson Learned
Fandom: Supernatural
Rating: 13+ for language and deliciousness
Word Count: 1100
Warnings: Here be dinosaurs.
Summary: Castiel, as an angel, never went to kindergarten and therefore missed a lot of valuable life lessons.
Author's Notes/Disclaimer: Possible follow up to this. With pictures!

Dean, I don’t want to have to feed Castiel anymore. It makes me uncomfortable. )
sunspot: zetti face with a curling fern (sweet lies and bitter truths)
Title: To Save Penguins
Fandom: Supernatural
Rating: 13+ or possibly not suitable for anyone
Word Count: 640
Summary: There was something going on, and Sam was pretty sure it was weird.
Author's Notes/Disclaimer: Characters belong to the CW and/or Eric Kripke.

This is still weird. )

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