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27 March 2020 @ 08:00 am
The early stuff on this list is on LJ only. I may move it across at some point, but not right now.

If you're reading this post on LiveJournal and can't find a link to the LJ version of a story try this post. I'm in the process of unifying master lists but while its ongoing not all links are going to be in here.

If you are looking for anything as PDFs, EPUBs, MOBI or whatever then nearly all these stories are available at A03 where you can download them in a number of formats. Where they're not available at A03 I'm gradually including links to epub versions. PDFs and other formats are probably available on request.

Primeval and Primeval: New WorldCollapse )

Crime and AliensCollapse )

Doctor WhoCollapse )

Echo BazaarCollapse )

FireflyCollapse )

Free Cities of the SerpentCollapse )

Lord of the RingsCollapse )

Marvel Cinematic UniverseCollapse )

Robin of SherwoodCollapse )

Sapphire and SteelCollapse )

TorchwoodCollapse )

Urban DeadCollapse )

Others: CSI, Babylon 5, NCIS, Cold Comfort Farm, Warehouse 13, Buffy, Ladyhawke, Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Queen's ThiefCollapse )

Transformative Works: I can't imagine being anything but flattered should someone want to take some of my work and remix it, podfic it, create graphics for it or any other transformative work and would be delighted to hear about it (either before or after) - I mean, unless you are using it for Nazi propaganda or something equally offensive. The only caveat would be if you are taking some of my original fiction and trying to make some kind of profit from the transformative work in which case I would definitely like to be consulted beforehand.

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22 December 2014 @ 07:58 pm
Fandom: Doctor Who
Characters:First Doctor, River Song
Rating: U
Notes: For starjargon as part of public_call who gave the prompt "what if a 3rd incarnation River tried to get 1st incarnation Doctor to understand he's not invincible, when he's never before experienced death?". Somehow I couldn't quite get them to have that conversation. I think River was too shy of spoilers. Un-beta'd sorry!
Summary: River Song chances upon the First Doctor at the Great Exhibition of 1851

She first spotted him in Malachite and VasesCollapse )

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21 December 2014 @ 02:43 pm
Fandom: Primeval
Title: ... and a Partridge in a Pear Tree
Rating: U
Pairing: Becker/Jess
Challenge: 398
Word Count: 100

Jess thought that her father had spiked the punch. She certainly felt slight tipsy when she opened the door to find Becker holding a tree.

"Merry Christmas. I've bought you a partridge in a pear tree."

"I've read that book. If you bring two turtle doves tomorrow, there will be trouble."

"What book?"

"They end up bathing in milk and there are birds everywhere. He proposes on the thirteenth day."

"Did someone mention a proposal?" Jess's Dad wandered into the hall.

Becker looked distinctly hunted.

"I haven't said yes yet," Jess replied.

"No turtle doves tomorrow, I promise," said Becker.

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21 December 2014 @ 09:59 am
I'm just signal boosting [personal profile] itsamellama's Icon Day 06. I took part a previous icon day of hers and I got the icon I'm using here (of Gen from the Queen's Thief) and I also got a bigger picture of him (below) because I tipped.

If you like her style I'd say it was well worth popping over and requesting an icon.

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14 December 2014 @ 09:27 pm
Fandom: Primeval
Title: The Holidays are Coming
Character: Nick Cutter
Rating: U
Word Count: 100
Challenge: 397

Every year, the Cutter family went to Scarborough for two weeks for their summer holiday. They stayed with Nick's great-aunt who had married a fisherman she met at Leith Docks and moved to England with him. She lived in a house by the sea, just along the coast from the town.

Flora Cutter watched indulgently as her son packed his suitcase. He was full of excitement about the coming holiday, and the opportunity to walk along the stony yorkshire beaches. Into his suitcase went a battered leather-bound notebook, rock hammer, compass and the I-Spy Book of Minerals, Rocks and Fossils.

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08 December 2014 @ 09:32 pm
Fandom: Primeval
Title: Animal, Vegetable or Mineral
Challenge: 396
Characters: Connor, Abby, OCs
Rating: U
Word Count: 100

"Well," Jennifer peered at the rock again. "It can't be an animal."

"Why not!" demanded Professor Watson.

"Too early, this strata must be way down into the Cambrian."

He nodded. "Plant then?"

"I don't know. Honestly, it looks too regular for a natural organism and anyway it's too big for any life from that period."

"A fluke of rock formation."

Jennifer sighed. "It must be."

She frowned at the potential fossil. It probably was just a fluke, but it looked suspiciously like a fossilised iPad.

"Oh Connor! Really?" Abby asked.

"It just slipped out of my hands into the water."

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07 December 2014 @ 10:57 am
For those who may wish to fill it: here is my fandom stocking

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30 November 2014 @ 07:48 pm
Fandom: Primeval
Title: The Writing on the Wall
Characters: OCs
Word Count: 100
Challenge: 395
Rating: U

The Neanderthal had little understanding of taxonomy but he could recognise something that was out of place. On the walls of his cave he drew the broken light and sharp toothed, sharp clawed predator that emerged.

The Florentine had all the accomplishments of a renaissance man but still little ability to explain his experience. In the fresh plaster for the fresco he painted the broken light and sharp toothed, sharp clawed predator.

Grafitti artist had little understanding of taxonomy or anything found in textbooks. Still, on the grimy concrete of the underpass he sprayed a broken light and a dinosaur.

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23 November 2014 @ 09:43 am
Fandom: Primeval
Title: All Creatures Great and Small
Characters: Connor, Danny, Lester
Rating: U
Challenge: 394
Word Count: 100

Veertig kliene paarden tegen één grote eend

Connor squinted at Google translate's rendering of the headline. "Forty small horses against one large duck," he read out.

Danny, leaning over his shoulder, chuckled. "Not a bad description of a standoff between some eohippus and a terror bird."

"I gather the terror bird had more of an advantage than that newspaper headline would suggest," Lester remarked.

"Just as well we were there to help then," Danny threw back.

Lester nodded. The eohippus were safe and the Dutch press were towing the line. "Both Abby and Jenny are happy. A job well done."

Some Explanation Probably Required: The opening sentence is brought to you courtesy of the Duolingo app which asked me to translate it only this morning. This is not even close to the most surreal sentence the app has thrown at me - the Dutch, it seems to suggest, have an obsession with animals wearing clothes, moreover there is a very real probability that one may occasionally need to assure Dutch people that you are not a turtle.

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19 November 2014 @ 09:15 pm
I've written a few of these and others have written them for me and I love them all so I'm gathering in one place for convenience

Orcs in the Library, Becker, Abby, Connor, Emily, Lyle, Kermit, Ragobal (OC Orc), Aragorn
At the Since of the Anomaly, Helena Ramsey, Ross Jenkins, Finn, Lyle
A Short Cut to Tea and Fags, Ryan, SF Team, Gandalf
Not All who wander are Lost, Helen Cutter

Lazy Lob and Crazy Cob Claudia, Team by fredbassett
Untitled Leeds, Aragorn by fififolle
Not all who Wander are Lost Jenny, Gandalf, Aragron, Team by [personal profile] rain_sleet_snow

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