Well, Thursday won the poll, so Thursday it is! Since the 1st was a Thursday, I'm going to backdate this post to start the year off right. Not really fic, but a relinking of a bunch of fics that had been posted elsewhere. I'd made header posts here with fake-cuts or just links, but now I've put the text of the stories here on my journal. They're still up at those other places, but I'd rather my links all lead here. As always, you can see a full index of my stories at Masterlist, which is also linked from the info page and my own LJ.
- Lily and the Marauders. Lily/James, Lily/Remus, Lily/Sirius, Lily/Peter, Remus/Sirius, NC-17, 5500 words. Lily Evans likes lots of things. She likes her body, and she likes books, but she doesn't much care for James Potter or his friends. James and his friends—well, that's another matter altogether.
- Potter 7. Harry/Hermione, NC-17, 3100 words. Hermione wasn't really the sort to have great romantic visions of losing her virginity. Good thing.
- Arrangement in Orange and Gold. Seamus/Dean, G, 300 words.
- A Room of One's Own. Draco/Ginny, NC-17, 3500 words. Few couples have a dungeon in their home. Then again, few couples are like Draco and Ginny. Warnings: BDSM, some light CBT.
- 555 Minutes. Ron/Padma, NC-17, 1800 words. Ron has been working so much lately that he's barely seen his wife. So Padma brings him a dinner that is a little spicier than he expected.
- Leaves of Grass. Rent: Mark/Collins, PG13, 4000 words. Mark resolves to stop hiding in his work, but it's through that work that he finds the connection he'd been looking for all along. Set in the spring and summer immediately following the end of the play.
- Sensoria. Pretty in Pink/Ferris Bueller's Day Off: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye, PG, 2800 words. "Once you were a lonely playboy heading for a simple joy." Oak Street Beach, Chicago, summer 1986. Written as a Yuletide 2006 New Year's Resolution.
- Leave No Man Behind. How I Met Your Mother: Barney Stinson/Robin Scherbatsky, PG-13, 2900 words. "So can I have your coffee table?" / "What?" / "Like you can bring all your stuff with you to the Casbah." / "The Casbah is in Algeria. I'm moving to Morocco" / "Whatever. So can I have your coffee table?" Written for Yuletide 2007.