the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: All of the Doubts and the Certainties
Pairing: John Hughes: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye
Rating: PG
Summary: Duckie did what he thought was right, back in 1986, and it isn't that he regretted it, so much as he wondered. And then in 2009 his question was answered.
Length: 700 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Really the Duckie POV of Count Me In and Count Me Out, with some bonus post-Sensoria. Title from the Depeche Mode song "Love In Itself." Beta'd by the always-awesome [profile] lillijulianne

Maybe now they were mature enough to handle the way that they just fit )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: Breaking in the Future
Pairing: Phil "Duckie" Dale / Cameron Frye
Rating: PG
Summary: When a powerful man asks you for a favor, you'd be stupid to deny them. And when they tell you they owe you one, you'd be an imbecile not to hold them to it. OR, the next three Januarys of Duckie and Cameron's newfound togetherness.
Length: 1500 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended. Cameos by two real people, who of course own themselves.
Notes: Sequel to Sensoria and Count Me In and Count Me Out. Written for [personal profile] heidi for her [livejournal.com profile] help_haiti bid! Some kind of total wish fulfillment going on here. If you like political RPF, you may find this is something you'll like.

When Cameron said that he'd worked on the Obama campaign, Duckie hadn't really processed what that meant. )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: Count Me In And Count Me Out
Pairing: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Morris Frye was dead: to begin with. But it wasn't until Boxing Day that his son Cameron was visited by a ghost from his past who might have the power to change his present—and his future.
Length: 2600 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] evil_erato for giving this the once over. Title from "Oblivious" by Aztec Camera; cut text from "The Christmas Waltz."
Dedicated to the lovely [livejournal.com profile] bhanesidhe; I'm sorry this wasn't finished sooner.

It's that time of year when the world falls in love. )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: Dinner Party
Pairing: John Hughes: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye
Rating: PG
Summary: When the parents are away, the children use the good china.
Length: 300 words
Disclaimer: These characters were created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Back in January I wrote some Hugheslash, Duckie from Pretty in Pink and Cameron from Ferris Bueller, for Yuletide's New Year's Resolutions: Sensoria. Here is a triple drabble about them.

Then Cameron had an idea that was simultaneously brilliant and subversive, which he said was true of all great ideas. )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: Sensoria
Pairing: John Hughes: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye
Rating: PG
Summary: "Once you were a lonely playboy heading for a simple joy." Oak Street Beach, Chicago, summer 1986.
Length: 2800 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Written as a Yuletide New Year's Resolution, which requested Duckie slash.

Kenny Rogers was right: you gotta know when to fold 'em. Or maybe it was don't take your love to town. Duckie wasn't big on country music. )

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