October 17th, 2007

Sirius scraf

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Title: The Beginning

Fandom: South Park

Characters: Kyle/Stan

Prompt: .001 Beginnings

Word Count: 9,818

Rating: PG-13

Summary: Kyle and Stan are just beginning a relationship when they’re told unnerving news, it may or may not be true, however it may or may not ruin the relationship.

Author's Notes: Sorry, I had to end it there. This is the Beginning and if I went on then you might find out what happens to Kyle and Stan in the middle and the End.

The Beginning.
PB slash

Prison Break Slash Fiction: In This Ever After

Title: In This Ever After
Fandom: Prison Break
Author: HalfshellVenus
Characters: Lincoln Burrows/Michael Scofield (Slash, AU)
Rating: PG-13
Prompt: #52, "Fire"
Summary: There are no fairytales that unfold toward this ending...
Author's Notes: Set in my "Paradise" universe, which involves an alternate post-escape life for Michael and Lincoln (as a couple) and in which the brothers headed for South America right after the Fox River Escape (no money-chase, no SONA).


In This Ever After
Two Chairs

CSI: Miami Horatio Caine Prompt: 82 If (Tickled)

Title: Tickled
Fandom: CSI: Miami
Character: Horatio Caine
Prompt: 82 If
Word Count: 369
Summary: Somebody close to Horatio gives him a Tickle Me Elmo.
Disclaimer: I don't own the character nor an I making any money off of this story. Tickle Me Elmo is a trademarked brand name and I'm just borrowing it for this little story.
Author's Notes: This came about from a discussion I had with timothy_quinn. It is for the General bjjones because laughter is the best medicine. cross-posted to prompt_of_day.

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Lost. Sawyer (James Ford). 099. Writer's Choice

Title: Between Worlds
Fandom: Lost
Characters: Sawyer, Jack, Kate, Hurley, Claire
Prompt: 99, Writer's Choice
Word Count: 8500
Rating: PG
Summary: They're heeeeeeeeeeeere
Author's Notes: Written for the Horror Stories challenge at lostsquee. My prompt was Poltergeist.

They moved into the hatch so it could keep them safe.

They couldn't have guessed how very wrong they were.