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Written for prompt 212 over at [livejournal.com profile] tamingthemuse.

Sherlock Holmes (ACD) H/W slash fanfic! Set against FINA. This is approximately the most chaste slashfic ever, but I can't help it - my Watson voice squicks at the idea of writing out sex, particularly deviant sex.

Sort of a sequel to a story I wrote a couple of months ago, though it's basically a stand alone piece. The idea is that this story was written later during the hiatus, and Watson is remembering some things differently. (Translation: this story is closer to the original vision that I had for the first story, but time constraints forced me to bang out something quick before. This go is more detailed and does more of what I wanted, but it still feels a bit "Reader's Digest" to me - who knows? Maybe I'll come back and write this story AGAIN at some point.)

Dare Not Speak - short story, 3,484 words, first draft )
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Written for prompt 202 over at [livejournal.com profile] tamingthemuse.

The first part of a Holmes/Watson pastichey story. Set around "The Final Problem" but presumed to be written after the fact (and, at some point after Holmes' miraculous return, being given to Holmes himself to read.) Framing story, much? Anyway, there's barely a start here. Some day I'll get back to it (probably when a prompt fits really well.)

Silence of Deeper Things (part 1) - short story, 966 words, first draft )
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Written for prompt 200 over at [livejournal.com profile] tamingthemuse.

It's about time I start posting the weekly stories here again, eh? I wrote this one pretty much off-the-cuff. I'm not planning to revisit it so I didn't bother to friends lock it. It was a slightly different narrative voice and story framing choice for me, kind of a fun experiment.

Shoot Notes - short story, 1771 words, first draft )
wordwhacker: (NaNo 2007)
Written for prompt 169 and prompt 170 over at [livejournal.com profile] tamingthemuse last year.

I was really busy when I wrote these, so I never got around to posting them on my actual writing journal. Spoilers for the game Portal, so don't read unless you've finished the game (or don't care.)

I don't write a lot of fanfiction, and I'm guessing that Portal isn't exactly the kind of fanfic source that immediately lends itself to a particular kind of prose. At some point in the near future I'm going to revisit this with an eye to really nailing the kind of narrative voice I'm looking for.

Human After All - 'Portal' fanfiction, 4702 words, first draft )


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