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Stories are in order of events, rather than of writing.

Harry Potter:
    Stories in the Eight Ways from Sunday universe:
  • You Don't Know the Half of It.
    Snape-Lily, G, 250 words.
    Lily just wants to help Snape, but he doesn't want it. Written for [ profile] ali_wildgoose.
  • 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.
  • Or, the White Whale.
    Seamus/Dean, R, 1600 words.
    The night before the Quidditch World Cup, Seamus is so hyper Dean doesn't think they'll ever get to sleep. But Seamus, as usual, has An Idea. (Preslash.) Warning: Seamus and Dean are 14 here, though they are not sexual with each other.
  • Myopia.
    Percy/Oliver, NC-17, 3500 words.
    Percy knows how this has to end. For Oliver it takes a bit longer.
  • We Three.
    Remus/Sirius, NC-17, 2900 words.
    Remus presumed he'd be the teacher but in the end he was the student.
  • Eight Ways From Sunday.
    GoF canon sixth-year, R, fifteen parts and 70,300 words total.
    It could be standing before you, needing a bit of a push. Or sitting beside you, waiting for you to let go. Perhaps it's sneaking up from behind, hoping you will turn around. But sometimes, love falls from a clear blue sky, and you just have to catch it. How do you decide which is the right path, when you're only sixteen? Seamus/Dean, Harry/Hermione, Draco/Ginny, Ron/Padma. Background of Remus/Sirius and Neville/Susan, and mentions of Percy/Oliver.
  • With One Breath.
    Parvati/Lavender, PG-NC-17, 9200 words total.
    Parvati has a twin sister and a best friend. One knows her better than she knows herself. And the other doesn't know her at all.
  • Seven Christmases.
    Seamus/Dean, PG, 900 words.
    Seamus Finnigan had always loved Christmas, until the year he thought he never would again.
  • If At First.
    Draco/Ginny, NC-17, 2500 words.
    Ginny was precisely the sort to have great romantic visions about losing her virginity. Oh well. Warning: Ginny is 15 here, Draco 16.
  • Best Laid Plans.
    Seamus/Dean, NC-17, 3400 words.
    Even though their first kiss was only ten days ago, Seamus always figured his first time would be with Dean, and has an idea of how that should happened. But Dean shows him that it's good to be flexible.
  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand.
    Seamus/Dean, PG, 2000 words.
    Best friend. Boy friend. Oddly, not the same thing at all.
  • Shut Your Eyes and Think of Somewhere.
    Ginny Weasley/Draco Malfoy, PG, 1400 words.
    Sure, their relationship is new, but Ginny still wonders why Draco is so fond of kissing her in the hallways of Hogwarts.
  • Steady Rollin' Woman.
    Harry/Hermione, PG, 1900 words.
    Mandy can give Harry something that Hermione can't. Or can she? Seamus doesn't think so, and as always, he has an idea …
  • No One Needs to Know.
    Parvati Patil/Pansy Parkinson, PG, 1500 words.
    As their sixth year draws to a close, Pansy tries to leave Hogwarts without taking sides or even saying goodbye, but Draco and Parvati won't let her.
  • 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.
    Some things you have to put it on paper to make sure they are not forgotten.
  • Tea Time.
    Remus/Sirius, NC-17, 1300 words.
    Harry and Hermione certainly are the loudest of lovemaking teenagers. Sirius and Remus decide to teach them a lesson in sex etiquette.
  • So Fresh, So Clean.
    Seamus Finnigan/Dean Thomas, NC-17, 1000 words.
    That first summer after they left school, Seamus and Dean did quite a bit of experimenting. They were bound to get to this particular sort of kiss eventually.
  • His Favorite Sport.
    Harry Potter: Harry Potter/Hermione Granger, NC-17, 1500 words.
    It's a hot day and Harry doesn't have a lot to do except ogle his girlfriend in her swimsuit. Well, maybe there is something else he could be doing.
  • Entr'Acte.
    Harry Potter/Hermione Granger, Pansy Parkinson/Parvati Patil, Ron Weasley/Padma Patil, Draco Malfoy/Ginny Weasley, Seamus Finnigan/Dean Thomas, PG-13, 7100 words.
    They won the war as teenagers, and now they're moving on with their lives as adults, but they're no longer headed in the same direction. An interval between Eight Ways From Sunday and The Trick Is to Keep Breathing.
  • Re-Union.
    Seamus/Dean, NC-17, 3700 words.
    Seamus and Dean haven't been in the same country, let alone the same room, in three months. What do you think they're going to do?
  • In Preparation for Arrival.
    Percy Weasley/Oliver Wood, PG, 700 words.
    They had two children, but they hadn't needed a nursery until now.
  • Padfoot and Moony Sing Songs of Love.
    Remus Lupin/Sirius Black, PG, 700 words.
    Sirius has taken to serenading Remus at karaoke night at the local gay wizarding bar. He shouldn't be surprised at Remus's reaction.
  • Automania.
    Draco/Ginny, NC-17, 1900 words.
    Draco buys a car, and he and Ginny try out all the optional features.
  • The Trick Is to Keep Breathing.
    Pansy/Parvati, Harry/Hermione, Draco/Ginny, Seamus/Dean, Ron/Padma, R, 57,000 words.
    Three years on, the second war still casts a long shadow. When facing challenges like a compulsive addiction, a baffling mystery, a life changing event, an impending career shift, or simply moving in with your boyfriend, maybe the best strategy is to lean on your friends, put one foot in front of the other, and let the saving-the-world bit take care of itself.
  • In the Club.
    Seamus/Dean, PG-13, 1100 words.
    While checking out a popular gay dance club, a young Londoner finds himself fascinated by two mysterious men who share a magical connection.
  • They Say You Think I'm Fine.
    Ron Weasley/Padma Patil, PG, 800 words.
    Ron has to dance in front of pretty much all of wizarding society. You'd be nervous, too. But Padma knows how to calm him down.
  • How to Be a Top.
    Remus/Sirius/Seamus/Dean, NC-17, 5400 words.
    Remus and Seamus take advantage of Sirius's desires to teach Dean a lesson he should already know.
  • Patience Is Its Own Reward.
    Parvati/Pansy, NC-17, 1958 words.
    Parvati gets to the "finish line" pretty easily, and if she gets antsy just takes care of herself along the way. Pansy wonders if this doesn't mean she devalues things just a bit, and decides to teach her a lesson about patience.
  • Entwined.
    Seamus/Dean, NC-17, 300 words.
    Seamus likes things to have the best use for their form.
  • To Make the Season Bright.
    Draco Malfoy/Ginny Weasley, PG, 1200 words.
    It's Ginny and Draco's first married Christmas and their first at Malfoy Manor, and Draco doesn't see any reason to do anything differently. But Ginny, as usual, has other ideas.
  • Cooler Than Being Cool.
    Parvati Patil/Pansy Parkinson, NC-17, 1700 words.
    It's a damn hot day and Pansy is cranky, but Parvati knows just how to cool her down.
  • 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.
  • Where the Love Light Gleams.
    Harry/Hermione, PG, 1900 words.
    All Harry wanted was to spend their first married Christmas in their new house. But Hermione, as usual, had other ideas.
  • A Bit of Earth.
    Draco/Ginny, NC-17, 1300 words.
    Ginny loves gardening. Draco loves his gardener.
  • Fresh Air.
    Parvati/Pansy, NC-17, 1344 words.
    They have a lovely roof garden, which Pansy has worked very hard on, and she sees no reason why they shouldn't enjoy it as they see fit. And if other people enjoy watching them enjoying it, well, that's kind of a gift, isn't it?
  • Coming Home, Now.
    Percy/Oliver, R, 5600 words.
    Oliver Wood comes home from a business trip to find that his family got along just fine without him—or so he thinks.
  • Pretty from Behind.
    Harry/Hermione, NC-17, 3900 words total.
    It was all Harry's fault, of course. He was the one with the gorgeous arse. Hermione just couldn't help herself.
  • 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.
  • Diwali.
    Ron/Padma, NC-17, 1900 words.
    In which Ron and Padma attend a gala, kiss a baby, and possibly make another one.
  • Swingers.
    Draco/Ginny/Harry/Hermione, NC-17, 9700 words total.
    Harry, Hermione, Ginny, and Draco have hours of Fun and Games in all possible combinations.
  • Helga.
    Seamus/Dean, PG, 2000 words.
    Just looking at Dean's new paintings, Seamus can tell they're the best he's ever done. So why does he feel like crying?
  • Itch You Can't Scratch.
    Harry/Hermione, NC-17, 1500 words.
    Hermione has just had one of those days, but Harry is more than happy to help her out.
  • One Warm Spark.
    Parvati Patil/Pansy Parkinson, PG, 500 words.
    Parvati is surprised to discover Pansy's hidden softness.
  • Make It Better.
    Seamus Finnigan/Dean Thomas, PG, 600 words.
    On moving-in day, Dean finds himself in need of Seamus's professional expertise. Seamus can't help but take advantage of the situation.
  • A Belated Inheritance.
    Seamus Finnigan/Dean Thomas, PG, 300 words.
    Seamus was never much of a gardener until he and Dean moved to a house of their own.
  • Introducing Katie and Jules.
    Seamus Finnigan/Dean Thomas, PG, 600 words.
    The arrival of Seamus and Dean's daughters, with a little help from some good friends.
  • How to Be a Domestic God(dess).
    Harry Potter/Hermione Granger, PG-13, 500 words.
    Hermione isn't the best of cooks, it's true, but she still knows the way to her man's, um, heart. Yeah, heart.
  • Party Goin' On Over Here.
    Draco Malfoy/Ginny Weasley, G, 700 words.
    Malfoy birthday parties were never like this when he was a child, and Draco is glad they've changed.
  • Time Knew to Move On.
    Seamus/Dean, PG, 500 words.
    Dean is pretty sure he and Seamus can't face this empty-nest business without some help. Seamus isn't sure, though, that what Pansy is doing can be called "helping."
  • Above All This Bustle.
    Pansy/Parvati, PG, 1206 words.
    Pansy and Parvati have an annual tradition: the Christmas Shopping Sleepover for the children of their friends. It worked very well for them—so well, in fact, that they didn't quite notice that it was coming to an end.
    Non-EWFS stories, all of which were presents of one kind or another:
  • Fantasy-verse, complete in three parts:
    1. The Worst Thing That Could Possibly Happen.
      Sirius/Harry, NC-17, 1500 words.
      Harry comes home from a hard-fought Quidditch match to a very warm welcome indeed. Or does he? Written for [personal profile] evil_erato.
    2. Down the Pub.
      Remus/Harry, NC-17, 1100 words.
      Remus tries to teaches Harry to play billiards, but Harry wants to learn something else. Or does he? Written for [personal profile] moony.
    3. The Potions Genius.
      Remus/Sirius, NC-17, 800 words.
      Remus and Sirius love to fantasize about their godson and his former-rival lover. Or do they? Written for [profile] nmalfoy.
  • Another Halloween.
    Harry/Draco, R, 500 words.
    Harry is never going to another of Queenie's parties. Written for [personal profile] scrabble.
  • Open Your Eyes.
    Harry/Draco, NC-17, 2400 words.
    Harry isn't sure what more he can do to make Draco see. Written for [profile] nmalfoy and set within her Malfoy, PI universe.
  • The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time
    Harry/Draco, PG-13, 800 words.
    Can you create a wormhole through the power of your Great and T00by Love™? Harry and Draco manage, and it's up to Seamus and Dean to repair the damage. Contains references to Love Under Will. Written for [personal profile] bookshop.
  • The Party.
    Seamus-Dean x5, 800 words.
    Since she brought them all together, they had to throw her a party! Written for [ profile] misscora.

American Idol:
    Ryan Seacrest/Simon Cowell:
  • All Over Me.
    Season 1, NC-17, 3000 words.
    When Simon Cowell met Ryan Seacrest it wasn't love at first sight, but it was certainly something at first sight.
  • So Much Depends on a Blue Honda Civic.
    Season 1, PG, 200 words.
    Simon understands that cars are memories.
  • Go Fish.
    Season 2, NC-17, 2500 words.
    The story of how Ryan put one over on Simon, and they both (almost) got what they really wanted.
  • Desert Hearts.
    Season 3, NC-17, 1300 words.
    Sometime during the third season Ryan started to care, and that's when everything went wrong.
  • Saving Face.
    Season 4, NC-17, 3900 words.
    Ryan didn't think that anything was going to change between him and Simon, but Simon had other ideas. (Previous version: Who's Afraid of Janis Ian?.)
  • Tipping the Velvet.
    Season 5, NC-17, 3300 words.
    Simon and Ryan's new relationship is going smoothly (well, smoothly for them) when Simon suddenly turns into King of the Oversensitive People. Ryan just has to trust that Simon will clue him in to what is really bothering him . . . eventually.
  • Even Cowgirls Get the Blues.
    Season 5, NC-17, 4800 words.
    One would think it would be Simon that would have difficulty giving up his independence now that he and Ryan are in a relationship. But one would be incorrect.
  • Better Than Chocolate.
    Season 5, PG-13, 800 words.
    It's the Saturday after the Finale and for the first time Simon isn't going anyplace.
  • 26 Short Drabbles about Simon and Ryan.
    Season 6, 23 PG, 2 R, 1 NC17, 2600 words.
    A series of post-show backstage conversations between Simon and Ryan, plus one bonus phone call.
  • Stanley and Livingstone.
    Season 6, PG, 2000 words.
    In which Ryan and Simon realize that Africa changed everything. Set during Idol Gives Back week.
  • High Art.
    Season 6 (Rymon/Cake), NC17, 9600 words total.
    Simon and Ryan have a little party, to which only Chris and Blake have been invited.
  • The Field Equations of Gravitation.
    Post-season 6, PG, 900 words.
    In which Ryan reminds Simon that missing someone is better than not having someone to miss.
  • My Summer of Love.
    Post-season 6, NC-17, 10,500 words.
    Ryan took a holiday the week between A Concert for Diana in London and Eva Longoria's wedding in Paris. Three guesses as to what he was up to, and the first two don't count.
  • Happy Birthday Simon!.
    Pre-season 7, PG-13, 100 words.
    Ryan has a surprise for Simon waiting in LA.
  • Feels Like the First Time.
    Pre-season 7, PG-13, 200 words.
    They're in Ryan's old room, at his parent's house—what do you think they're going to do?
  • Score, score, score, score!.
    Pre-season 7, NC-17, 2100 words.
    The cheerleader who volunteers to wash Simon's car isn't quite what she seems—and Simon is more than happy to take advantage of the situation.
  • Let's Take Some E!.
    Ryan/Joel and Ryan/Simon, Post-season 6, NC-17, 3000 words.
    Giuliana thinks Joel has a crush on Ryan. Simon thinks Ryan should just do something about it.
  • No Way of Turning.
    Pre-season 7, PG, 1700 words.
    Ryan Seacrest has a cold.
  • Bound.
    Season 7, NC-17, 3300 words.
    Simon just isn't getting it, and Ryan is frustrated, so he decides to get through to Simon by non-verbal means.
  • Simon Loves Me (This Week).
    Season 7, PG-13, 350 words.
    Simon's got that X-factor—that's the problem.
  • The J-Word.
    Season 7, NC-17, 1800 words.
    While Simon doesn't really mind Ryan baring his teeth at any and all rivals, perhaps some reassurance is in order.
  • Pinks.
    Post-season 7, PG, 800 words.
    In which Simon figures out how to comfort a Ryan who doesn't want to be comforted.
  • Serving in Silence.
    Post-season 7, R, 1800 words.
    Ryan needs a girl to bring along on his trip to Simon's house in Barbados, but a friend knows just the person for the job.
  • Affinity.
    Post-season 8, NC-17, 1600 words.
    Ryan is sunshine and sunny optimism and go-getting and fast cars and Los Angeles. He is not rain and dark humor and fatalism and Tube strikes and London.
  • He's Got a Million Dollar Car.
    Post-season 8, PG, 300 words.
    It's been a long night. Right now Ryan and Simon just need a little comfort.
  • Imagine Me and You.
    Season 9, NC-17, 19,000 words.
    Ryan and Simon have been working together on Idol for eight years and dating for almost as long; they've got their London-LA relationship down to a science. They hide in plain sight, they get close friends to pose as girlfriends, and if they combine business and pleasure on a few trips, no one is any the wiser.
    But when Simon decides to leave the show, one of them will have to find the courage to do what it takes to keep them together. Luckily they have friends like Ellen and Elton to show them the way out. (Written for [community profile] rpf_big_bang.)
  • Dick Clark Will Have His Revenge on Times Square.
    Post-season 9, PG, 1000 words.
    Three and a half years into their marriage, Simon and Ryan still didn't see eye-to-eye about children. And now suddenly Simon has decided he wants Ryan to kiss him at midnight. Ryan tried not to attach too much significance to any of it. (Takes place during the holiday season 2014, between the final part and the epilogue of Imagine Me and You.)
  • Ninety-nine.
    Ryan Seacrest/Simon Cowell, G, 600 words.
    Eric is bending the rules, Emily is under the weather, Ryan is worried, and Simon is awake for all of it.
    Other ships:
  • Something Good Waiting Down This Road.
    Blake/Chris, Post-season 6, PG-13, 400 words.
    On being on tour.
  • Dog and Butterfly.
    Blake/Chris, Post-season 6, PG, 1300 words.
    Chris is happy to come to New York for Blake, but how is he supposed to do something about Blake's hatred of New Year's Eve if the schedule won't even let them be together at midnight?
  • Different for Girls.
    Post-season 6, Kat/Elliott, PG-NC-17, seven parts and 16,000 words total.
    Based on [profile] lillijulianne's McCake series. Kat's recent heartbreak has left her a changed woman—and now her old friend Elliott is seeing her in a different light.
  • That Certain Feeling.
    Katharine McPhee/Elliott Yamin, NC-17, 700 words.
    Hirsuite suits her. In men, that is.
  • Don't Stop the Music.
    Post-season 8, David Cook/Adam Lambert, R, 450 words.
    Adam isn't sure why David wants to take part in a celebrity ballroom dancing competition, but he's supportive in his own way.
    Alternate universes:
  • 1920s: Takes One to Know One.
    Ryan/Simon, R, two parts and 16,000 words total.
    Someone is using Simon Cowell's old methods to steal jewelry from the wealthy summering in the south of France, and only he has the skills to work out who is doing it and stop them before the police send him to jail instead. And rich young American Ryan Seacrest is a distraction he can't afford. Based on the film To Catch a Thief.

  • 1940s: A Dream That Could Not Last.
    Ryan/Simon, Carly/Amanda, Kimberley/Anwar, PG-NC-17, fourteen parts and 92,100 words total.
    An AU romantic comedy set in 1939 London, when everyone knew war was on the horizon but no one was sure when or how it would arrive—which made love of all kinds that much more important. Follow a year in the life of three groups of (mostly) Americans: pilots who joined the RAF, singers and dancers in a swing music revue, and reporters for BBC Radio. Note: contains minor character death.
  • Code Breaking.
    Pairing: American Idol RPF: Chris Richardson/Blake Lewis, NC-17, 900 words.
    Sometimes you find someone speaks your language, and you didn't even realize you were saying anything. Or, Blake discovers Chris on a RCAF base in 1939.
  • We'll Make It Up As We Go Along.
    Carly Smithson/Amanda Overmyer, PG, 700 words.
    Memorial Day, 1965, in a little town outside San Francisco, and the one non-veteran in the family remembers.
  • A Few Kisses Ago.
    Pairing: American Idol RPF: Anwar Robinson/Kimberley Locke, PG-13, 500 words.
    It's been twenty-five years since Anwar and Kimberley met in London, but it feels like yesterday.

  • 1960s: Radio Friendly
    Chris/Blake with Ryan/Simon, PG-NC-17, ten parts+two missing scenes and 29,300 words total.
    An AU set in 1962, when New York was the center of pop music and the Brill Building was where it all happened, when a group of talented songwriters and producers crafted perfect pop hits for artists whose every move was controlled by their label. Pictures and songs will be used along the way to take you back to yesteryear—and for those who'd like more info, there are additional author's notes!
  • One Big Circle.
    Radio Friendly-verse, Chris/Blake, Kat/Elliott, Gina/Haley, NC-17, 6400 words.
    On a lazy Saturday evening out at the Pines beach house, Kat proposes a game.

  • 1980s: Goodbye, Mr. Seacrest; or, To Simon, with Love.
    Ryan/Simon, PG-NC-17, fourteen parts and 18,500 words total.
    From [profile] lillijulianne's Fast Times at Idol High 80s high school AU. How Mr. Cowell met Mr. Seacrest, and how their lives were changed four years later by the actions of two young men in their charge.

  • 1990s: Keep Your Enemies Closer.
    Adam Lambert/Kris Allen, Ryan Seacrest/Simon Cowell, PG-13, seven parts and 47,000 words total.
    Simon Cowell, manager of pop star hopefuls and owner of the hot downtown Club Idol, has been framed for a crime he didn't commit. Can new kid Kris Allen convince rival divas David Cook and Adam Lambert to work together to clear Simon's name? And what will happen when Simon asks Adam and Kris to "take care" of his boyfriend Ryan for him?
  • Twist and Turn 'til You've Got It Right.
    Pairing: American Idol: Kris Allen/Adam Lambert, PG-13, 700 words.
    Kris just wanted some variety, was all.

Star Trek (Original Series/Reboot):
  • Lucy.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG, 1200 words.
    Jim faces a small setback in one of his classes, but he knows who to go to for comfort.
  • Score One for the Home Team.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 1100 words.
    Jim and Bones decide forgo watching the Big Game at a party. Home does have its advantages.
  • Anatomy Lesson.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 100 words.
    Bones likes to inventory all of Jim's component parts.
  • Bones and Tongue.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG-13, 500 words.
    Bones has a talented tongue, no matter what he's using it for.
  • The Hottest Thing in Sickbay.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 500 words.
    Jim likes observing Bones in his natural habitat.
  • Lemon.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 300 words.
    Jim learns something new about Bones's … anatomy.
  • (I Don't Want Your) Photograph.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 400 words.
    Party+ alcohol+camera=hilarity! Or cringing embarrassment, depending on how you look at it.
  • No One Will Be Watching Us.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 2700 words.
    Jim misbehaves a little, but he has his reasons. And once Bones hears them, he has to agree.
  • The Sun Rising
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 3400 words.
    At the end of the Enterprise's five-year mission, the trip home is livened up for Jim by a secret admirer. Bones, annoyingly, isn't jealous at all.
  • Killing That Envious Moon
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 849 words.
    Leonard wants to propose, has the ring and everything; he just needs to screw his courage to that sticking-place. When the Enterprise receives the final order of the five year mission, to head home, he resolves to make an honest man out of Jim before they reach Earth.
  • If I'm to Be Your Camera, Who Will Be Your Face?.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG, 832 words.
    Bones thinks Jim really needs a new official Starfleet photo, but he's a little reluctant to get one himself.
  • Mustang Makes It Happen!.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 1400 words.
    Jim and Bones decide to spend the first few days of shore leave driving down the coast in an ancient Mustang. Jim's even made a playlist of old songs especially for the trip. But if Jim had realized the effect that driving a standard transmission would have on Bones, you bet he would have done it sooner.
  • Central Heating.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 300 words.
    On shore leave in Iowa, Jim explains to Bones why Kirks like to keep the house so damn cold.
  • The Pajama Game.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG-13, 1300 words.
    Bones just wants to do a little something nice for their wedding night, is all.
  • So This Starfleet Captain Walks into a Bar ….
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 1000 words.
    On shore leave after a few rough missions, Jim heads to a seedy bar to forget his troubles, and finds a kindred spirit who wants to do the same.
  • I Think I Need a Devil to Help Me Get Things Right.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, NC-17, 4400 words.
    The Enterprise is heading out on her second five-year tour, and newlywed Leonard still isn't all that fond of space. Luckily he married just the man who can help him with that problem.
  • Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG to R, 1100 words.
    Eleven moments in the lives of Jim and Bones.
  • Who Would, Would You?
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 3000 words.
    Bones might have a big dick, but "it ain't a party, Jim." So of course Jim wants to show him that it totally is.
  • A Beautiful Reflection.
    Spock/Uhura, PG, 300 words.
    An inauguration day sometime in the future, where Spock and Nyota get to play proud parents.
    Alternate universes:
  • Paris AU: April Is Over.
    Janice Rand/Christine Chapel, James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, Spock/Nyota Uhura, NC-17, 27,595 words.
    An AU set among American expats in 1920s Paris. In Janice Rand’s experience, lesbians don't fall in love, so she puts her passion into her paintings and finds physical comforts where she can. Christine Chapel, a recently divorced socialite and accomplished hostess, hopes to recapture the magic of her first love without its problems. When their best friends become a couple, bringing them much together, the two are forced to confront their assumptions about romance, which leads them to a conclusion neither had anticipated. Written for the [community profile] startrekbigbang.
  • When You Move I Move with You.
    Chekov/Sulu, PG, 300 words.
    Hikaru doesn't usually go in for ballet; jazz is more his scene. But the young dancer at the Ballets Russes is changing his mind.

  • RomCom AU: What Happens in Greenwich.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 15,000 words.
    Jim Kirk is about to get married to the man of his dreams, and is not entirely pleased when his ex-husband shows up, a day before the wedding, with two reporters in tow. Written for the Reel Love Rom Com Challenge at [community profile] jim_and_bones, and based on The Philadelphia Story (dir. George Cukor, MGM, 1940).

  • Harvard AU: When The Game Ends, We'll Sing Again.
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, Spock/Nyota Uhura, R, 20,000 words.
    College AU: Four young men meet as Harvard freshmen in 1959.
  • Adventure Time Again
    James Kirk/ Leonard McCoy, PG, 1786 words.
    Okay, so maybe the story of how Kirk and Spock teamed up to help Chekov defect makes McCoy a little jealous. It's not a big deal. Bones knows what's what. (Except for the part where he doesn't, and Jim has to tell him.)
  • I'm All Lit Up
    James Kirk/ Leonard McCoy, PG-13, 2428 words.
    Jim and Leonard are hosting their very first Christmas, for a middle-school David and a newly collegiate Joanna. Preparations must be made. Written for [ profile] space_wrapped
  • Let Me Hear Your Body Talk
    James Kirk/ Leonard McCoy, NC-17, 2700 words.
    It takes the promise of sex toys to get Leonard McCoy to go to a mall during the Christmas season, but go he does, and never let it be said that Jim Kirk isn't a man of his word. Takes place right after the mall trip in I'm All Lit Up. Written for [ profile] km_anthology

  • Hollywood AU: Our Life is Not a Movie or Maybe
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, Spock/Nyota Uhura, NC-17, 65,000 words.
    From Variety, June 2008:
    Pavel Chekov ("Charlie X") and Gaila ("Bread and Circuses") have joined the cast of small budget drama "That Which Survives," funded by Fleet's indie arm Academy and supervised by Nyota Uhura.
    The debut feature from longtime script doctor Leonard McCoy, former show runner on sitcom "Three to Tango," centers on a college student coping with his father's terminal cancer. Chekov plays the son, Gaila the nurse. The father is yet to be cast.
    Also attached are director James T. Kirk and producer Spock, the team behind the blockbuster spy-girl franchise starring Carol Marcus, the latest of which, "A Taste of Armageddon," opened last month.
    (A modern-day Hollywood AU written for [community profile] startrekbigbang.)
  • Out of Character.
    Pavel Chekov/Hikaru Sulu, NC-17, 3900 words.
    Pavel Chekov has been in front of the camera since he was seven years old, and Hikaru Sulu has been looking at people through the lens of one for just as long. But the first time Pavel steps in front of Hikaru's camera, something happens that takes them both by surprise.
  • Sending Postcards
    James Kirk/Leonard McCoy, PG, 3000 words.
    Leonard McCoy isn't just an Oscar-winning screenwriter; he's also quite a music snob. Thing is, his Oscar-winning director (and soon to be live-in boyfriend) James T. Kirk has really plebey tastes. Luckily Joanna is around to help them strike the balance.
  • Shake It Loose and Let It Fall.
    Pairing: Star Trek: Christine Chapel/Janice Rand, PG, 600 words.
    Janice doesn't let her hair down very often. But she will for Christine.
  • Breakthrough.
    Pairing: Star Trek: James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG, 550 words.
    David is teething. Jim isn't sleeping. Bones comes to the rescue with Cheerios and conversation
  • Chocolate Kisses.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG, 650 words.
    At two, David Marcus is cute enough to get a lot of candy at the Halloween party but too young to eat much of it. Jim is more than happy to pick up the slack, despite Bones's warning. (Part of the Hollywood 'verse.)
  • Horchata.
    James T. Kirk/Leonard "Bones" McCoy, PG, 750 words.
    When Jim stops off for beverages before picking Joanna up at the Vampire Weekend concert, he runs into a familiar-looking stranger in a black hat.

Marvel Avengers Movie Universe:
  • A Beard Is a Sometime Thing.
    Clint Barton/Phil Coulson, NC-17, 1800 words.
    Clint comes back from a mission having not shaved in quite a while. Phil is appreciative.
  • A High Road Out From Here.
    Clint Barton/Phil Coulson, PG, 2200 words.
    Phil really doesn't want to move offices. And when his new team steps in to make it feel a little more like home, he suspects they were encouraged by a certain archer.
  • Appropriate Motivation Is Required.
    Clint/Coulson, PG, 1000 words.
    They've only just started their trip and already Clint seems more edgy than usual. But Phil can handle that; he's good at improvising with whatever's available.
  • The Shoes Make the Woman.
    Natasha/Pepper, PG-13, 1600 words.
    Experience has taught Natasha that bonding over shoes is a sure way to win over women when you're undercover. She didn't realize that for Pepper, shoes were a little more important than that.
  • Domesticity Is a Cult.
    Natasha/Pepper, PG-13, 1400 words.
    Pepper's daily routine is interrupted when Natasha is off on a mission, so Tony steps in to help her out.
  • Things That You Might Have Done.
    Natasha/Pepper, NC-17, 2000 words.
    Sometimes when Natasha's on a mission, particularly one that involves seducing someone or other, she finds a little fun of her own. You know, just to balance things out. And when she sees a particularly high class working girl settle down at the bar, well, Natasha thinks she'll be fun to bring down a peg or two.

John Hughes (Pretty in Pink/Ferris Bueller's Day Off):
  • Sensoria.
    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.
  • Dinner Party.
    Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye, PG, 300 words.
    Duckie and Cam play host to their two favorite couples, in their own unique way.
  • Count Me In and Count Me Out.
    Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye, PG-13, 2600 words.
    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.
  • All of the Doubts and the Certainties.
    Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye, PG, 700 words.
    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.
  • Breaking in the Future.
    Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye, PG, 1500 words.
    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.

Avatar the Last Airbender:
  • A Good Place We Could Start.
    Mai/Zuko, PG-13, 1800 words.
    Zuko needs some advice on this whole "proposing" thing, but Iroh refuses to oblige.
  • Earth Boys Are Easy.
    Toph/Suki, R, 2100 words.
    Toph is not an easy bride-to-be, so her groom asks Suki and Mai for their help. And Toph has a request of her own.

  • Ancient Artifacts and Modern Rituals.
    Gen, PG, 1000 words.
    From TV Tropes: "The Vacation Episode is a one-off episode where the characters leave their familiar grounds for a well-deserved rest. The vacation will invariably be set in a faraway and exotic location for maximum impact; given the higher costs of shooting on location, the episode will often be longer than usual, to make best use of the budget. A Special Guest or three might also be included."
    or, the one where the gang go to New York City for spring break.
  • Ain't Nothing Wrong with Dreaming.
    Jeff/Shirley, PG, 300 words.
    Jeff apologizes in more ways than one.

  • They Say I'm Slippin'.
    Mercedes/Quinn, PG-13, 300 words.
    Mercedes has a corset.
  • (longer Mercedes/Quinn story to come)

How I Met Your Mother:
  • Leave No Man Behind.
    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?"
  • The Three-Legged Stool.
    Barney/Marshall/Ted, NC-17, 3100 words.
    Marshall wants to share a beautiful experience with his friend Ted. Barney, of course, just wants to have sex with him. Or maybe it's the other way around.

  • If You'd Escaped What I've Escaped.
    Ariadne/Yusuf, PG, 300 words.
    Cobb told them to lie low for a while, but that isn't the only reason Ariadne is the last person Yusuf expects to see walking into the Redondo Beach Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
  • (longer Ariadne/Yusuf to come)

Star Trek Actor RPF:
  • Some People Ain't Me.
    Chris Pine/Karl Urban, Zach Quinto/Zoe Saldana, PG, 500 words.
    Wearing couture in front of some people is like casting pearls before swine, seriously. Chris and Zoe commiserate.
  • I'll Throw Away My Striped Tie.
    Chris Pine/Karl Urban, Zach Quinto/Zoe Saldana, PG-13, 600 words.
    Just because a certain someone lured you into playing for the other team these days, that doesn't mean everything has to change. Or, Zach and Karl commiserate about their fashion-mad mates over a few games of eight-ball. (Set the same evening as Some People Ain't Me.)
  • The Secret Life of Couches.
    Chris Pine/Karl Urban, PG-13, 600 words.
    In America all happy endings include showing off the shit you bought. Or, "Chris and Karl open up their new home exclusively to In Style!"

The Voice RPF:
  • All Around You Now.
    Blake Shelton & Reba McEntire, PG-13, 2048 words.
    Blake is about to get married to an amazing woman. Now is not the time to have all these feelings for everyone else he interacts with. Looks like the singers aren't the only ones who'll need some advice from Reba.
  • Sounds Like a Party.
    Blake/Adam, Blake/Miranda, Adam/Christina, Miranda/Christina, NC-17, 2600 words.
    Miranda and Christina's first order of business once they meet is to get the boys to just do it already. And if they have to do a little making out in order to get that to happen? Sure, they'll take that hit.

White Collar:
  • To Match Her Eyes.
    Peter Burke/Elizabeth Burke/Neal Caffrey, NC-17, 1200 words.
    Neal has been in this particular position before, and after his deal with Peter expected to be there again. But he hadn't expected Elizabeth to be the one putting him there.
  • I Really Really Want to Catch Your Eye.
    Diana Berrigan/Elizabeth (Burke), PG, 300 words.
    Peter has some funny ideas about courtship. Maybe Diana shouldn't be asking his advice.

Other Canons:
  • Meat.
    Beatles RPF: Gen with Mia and Prudence Farrow, PG, 500 words.
    Just because Ringo wants to eat something other than lentils doesn't mean he can't act as a gentleman should.
  • Backchannels.
    Bourne Supremacy/Bottle Shock: Kirill/Bo, NC-17, 3790 words.
    It should be weirder to be standing in the middle of West Berlin and watch a car appear out of nowhere with the man you've dreamt of since you were a boy behind the wheel. It should be weirder to travel back in time almost 30 years and wake up to see the angel who's been protecting you for decades. But what's actually weird is how completely not weird it feels.
  • So Many Roads to Choose.
    Broken Hearts Club: Dennis/Kevin, PG, 1300 words.
    Dennis keeps in touch with the guys while he's in Europe via email, and they help distract him from wondering about what Kevin's not telling him—and which, honestly, he'd rather not know.
  • Ten Short Stories About Kevin and Javier.
    Castle: Ryan/Esposito, R, 1000 words.
    Ryan and Esposito in ten moments after the arrival of one Rick Castle.
  • What Can Be Seen.
    Fruits Basket:
    Shigure Sohma/Saki Hanajima, PG, 99 words.
    He resented that she wore so much clothing.
  • Lips Like Sugar.
    Hawaii Five-0: Steve McGarrett/Danny Williams, G, 500 words.
    Steve is learning to cook. Danny and Grace approve.
  • Caviar Sandwiches and Beer.
    The Philadelphia Story: C.K. Dexter Haven/Tracy Lord, Macauley Connor/Elizabeth Imbrie, PG, 3000 words.
    They'd started out as friends taking care of each other—war and separation couldn't change that.
  • Carrying On.
    Project Runway: Emmett/Tim, PG, 1700 words.
    Tim has been sort of alone for a while now. All the boys are half in love with him but Chloe has a definite idea of who would be the best fit.
  • 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.
  • I'm Here to Cook.
    Top Chef: Radhika/Jamie, PG, 2500 words.
    Top Chef is a cooking competition, not a dating show. At least, that's what you keep telling yourself.
  • Trust in the Process.
    Top Design: Carisa/Carl, R, 1200 words.
    Carisa was satisfied with her second place finish, but as soon as the cameras were turned off, she realized she had some unfinished business to take care of.
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