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This has been an interesting exchange season, in part because of Real Life drama that has been going on a lot longer than it should, and because, for some reason, my requests keep going to pinch hit at the last minute. My [community profile] crossovering request went to ph three days after assignments were due and my [livejournal.com profile] yuletide_admin request went to ph the day before assignments were due. (I feel I must have gotten a reputation somewhere as a difficult assignee. How do I fix this?) I also did [livejournal.com profile] hlh_shortcuts and didn't go to ph, which is good because I wasn't available this year to pick up any pinch hits. ;)

The consequence, oddly enough, has been some really enjoyable gifts.

Crossovering

I Left My Heart in 1990 by [tumblr.com profile] flukeoftheuniverse - Highlander/DC's Legends of Tomorrow - 3390 words - The Waverider crew picks up a guest after an unsuccessful trip to the 90s to find Vandal Savage. Vandal Savage does not appear in this story.

Yuletide

Beyond Metropolis by [archiveofourown.org profile] setcheti - Beyond Metropolis (Song) - Shriekback - 2223 words - The world outside the walls of Metropolis had blue skies, just like in my mother's stories.

Metropolis, My Love by [archiveofourown.org profile] foxtwin - Beyond Metropolis (Song) - Shriekback - 1234 words - A canonically conceptual view of Metropolis from the outside.

In This Darkest Closet, Tryin' to Figure It Out by [tumblr.com profile] htbthomas - My Secret Identity - 1544 words - Andrew, Kirk and Cassie are trapped in a closet, and Kirk only has one question: why won't Andrew use his powers?

and I got an NYR

Pack is Home, Home is Pack by [archiveofourown.org profile] mercybuckets - Wolfblood - 2771 words - Maddy juggles exams, applications, diplomacy and plans for the future. On top of everything, Rhydian is acting weird and her powers are acting up. One thing’s for sure, life in Canada for a teenaged wolfblood is no picnic.

HLH Shortcuts

Introspective Christmas or how to turn your life upside down in the course of an hour by [archiveofourown.org profile] banbury - Highlander - 1595 words - Open your eyes and you might find something unexpected.
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Dear Yuletide Writer:

First of all, thank you so much for signing up! We already have at least one fandom in common, which is the important part. It's like cake. Cake is my favorite part. I hope the rest of what follows is just frosting.

What follows is a run-down of my likes/dislikes, favorite tropes, and some specific fandom discussion with sentence prompts. Use what you need to, but know that I know that ODAO. You're also welcome to stalk me online. I'm [archiveofourown.org profile] LadySilver AO3, [personal profile] argentum_ls, Argentum_LS on fanfiction.net, and [tumblr.com profile] argentum-ls on tumblr. I participate in a lot of exchanges and fests, which means I've thrown a lot of prompts out into the void. Should you see a prompt from a different exchange/fest/generic rambling that you'd like to use, go for it! (Even if it's already been filled).

Everything that follows is a lot of nattering, really. If you're happy with what I put in the sign-up, you prefer to write unprompted, or you have no time for a long letter, then please don't feel obligated to read this. Nothing in here is a demand. As long as you avoid my DNWs, I'll enjoy your story.

Requested Fandoms


This year, I'm requesting three TV shows and a song. I've never requested a song before. I have requested the three shows other times and written in all of them, too, if that matters to you.

  • The Tomorrow People (2013)
  • My Secret Identity
  • Wolfblood
  • Beyond Metropolis - Shriekback

    About Me )
    Tropes )
    Do Not Wants )

    The Tomorrow People (2013) )
    My Secret Identity )
    Wolfblood )
    Beyond Metropolis - Shriekback )

    I very much look forward to the work you're going to make. Thank you for signing up!
  • argentum_ls: Methos (Methos)
    Fests

    I'm signed up for [livejournal.com profile] hlh_shortcuts. This is old news, though it still bears mentioning. My sign-up hasn't changed much from last year, though I find that every year, the list of things I'm curious to see gets bigger and more tilted toward rare characters and pairings. Next year, I might pull out the dartboard and see what happens.

    Gotta figure out my sign-up for [livejournal.com profile] yuletide_admin by Monday. I know what I want to request (I have a pretty solid stable of Yuletide fandoms at this point), with no idea what to offer.

    In the meantime, I'm waiting for the [community profile] crossovering archive to open. It was supposed to go live today, only a last minute bail out by a pinch hitter has put a delay on it. Alas, I don't know the fandoms in the assignment well enough to help.

    Prompts

  • Highlander/Tomorrow People (1973) - In the TP serial "The Blue and the Green," we're introduced to a species of alien of that farms its children out to be raised by other intelligent species, in much the same way that cuckoos lay their eggs in the nests of other birds. When the cuckoo children reach adolescence, they must accumulate violent energy by way of inciting the host species around them to war so they can finish maturing and leave the planet. Imagine the HL Immortals as a type of this species. However, instead of inciting the host species to violence, they accumulate their violent energy from killing each other. Eventually, the "one" will have enough energy to finish maturing and leave, to begin the cycle all over again--which would work much better if only one parent at a time seeded a planet.

  • Highlander - Tessa survives the shooting, which puts her front-and-center on seeing Richie's training. It's one thing for her to know that Duncan sometimes has to go kill people; it's another for her to see Richie have to learn to do the same thing.
  • argentum_ls: (Default)
    I have, of course, put in my nominations for Yuletide again.

    This year, that means:

    The Tomorrow People (1992)
    Adam Newman
    Megabyte Damon
    Lisa Davies
    Jade Weston

    The Tomorrow People (2013)
    Stephen Jameson
    Luca Jameson
    Monty the Magnificent
    Kurt Rundel

    Wolfblood
    Maddy Smith
    Rhydian Morris
    Jana Vilkas
    Tim Jeffries
    argentum_ls: Methos (Methos)
    I signed up for two winter exchanges this year, and ended up writing three stories for them.

    For Yuletide, I matched on The Tomorrow People (1973) and wrote:

    Gaming the System for Marien - 2385 words - Sometimes a fad is an alien conspiracy to take over the world and sometimes it's just a fad. Telling the difference is the problem.


    Read more... )

    For Shortcuts, I was assigned to [personal profile] idontlikegravy who started her list of preferred characters with Richie, which immediately sealed the question of whom I was going to be writing about. For her, I wrote:

    Something Called Living" - 19,535 words - Of all the morgues in all the world, Richie Ryan just had to wake up in Henry Morgan's.


    Read more... )

    For the first time, I got my Shortcuts story turned in on time. Before time, even. So, when the call went out for a last minute pinch-hit, I grabbed it, because not writing a story after deadline just didn't feel right.

    For [livejournal.com profile] mackiedockie, I wrote:

    Ace in the Hole - 3195 words - A stormy night stuck in the bar with Methos gives Joe the chance to find out something he’s wanted to know for a long time.


    Read more... )
    argentum_ls: Methos (Methos)
    I've gotten out of the habit of posting about the stories I've received here, so I guess there's no time like the new year to see if I can reclaim the habit.

    Sooo....

    Highlander Shortcuts

    Of the two exchanges I joined this winter, this one opened first.

    My gift is the fantastic:

    Like New (LJ link) - Methos is definitely not a new Immortal, but Richie doesn't know that and Methos isn't about to tell him.


    The author is currently anon, though I think I know who it is [tumblr.com profile] flukeoftheuniverse.

    Comments: A super fun scenario that lets us revisit Richie when he was a brand new Immortal and "meet" Methos when he was still firmly Adam Pierson and invested in keeping it that way. One of the issues I had with the later seasons of HL is that Richie and Methos never got any real on-screen time together, and this story nicely shows how it could have happened. It is canon divergent (which is always fine by me), yet not so much so that it disrupts anything that happens on the show. I think my favorite part of the story is that Richie gets to step up and be the one in charge and, while it doesn't work out the way he thinks it should, he's not punished for that, either by the other characters or the narrative.

    Yuletide

    And we have a second winner with a Supergirl story:

    You're My Freak (AO3 link) - Four times that Kara using her powers nearly gave Alex a heart attack and the one time Alex asked her to use them.


    The author is currently anon, but I definitely know who it is. (Hi, Tig!) [personal profile] tptigger

    Comments: Sister love! It's a story of pure sister love. The five scenarios in the story start shortly after Kara comes to Earth and take us through different situations where she's learning to use her powers, with mixed results. Each scenario is focused on Kara and Alex, though other Danvers and some OCs show up to move things along. There's really nothing about this story not to love. Each scenario is sweet and fun with great sister banter. My favorite scenario is the last one, but all are important to the arc of the story.

    Dec 1st

    Dec. 1st, 2015 12:49 pm
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    NaNoWriMo

    To my complete and utter shock, I managed to win NaNoWriMo again. I wasn't going to participate at all, but then a story bit me. Then another one. I idly kept track of my word count, but didn't stress over whether the daily minimum happened or not. Come Nov. 30th, I was about 5000 words behind--close enough that it seemed shameful not to at least try to win, yet far enough to make it unlikely. The most I've ever written in a day was 3K, and I think that only happened once in the 10 years I've done NaNo. Somehow I managed it. Granted, 4K of that is utter throw-away garbage of characters talking about useless things, but words are words.

    Shortcuts

    My story is finished. It was finished weeks ago. This will be the first year I've done Shortcuts and not blown through the deadlines. Beta reading is in progress and so far is proof of why getting an exchange story beta read is a good idea, because holy cow did I have some stupid errors (big ones, of the 'the character wouldn't do that' and 'the story doesn't make sense if...' type). Plus the plethora of nit-picky errors. There were a couple words in the story that were so utterly wrong that I'm clueless as to what word I was trying to come up with. Once all that is fixed, I really hope my recip likes the result because I am amazingly enthralled with this story and I really want to be able to gush about it.

    I thought I had the title locked down, but the more I edit, the more I think a different one would be better.

    Yuletide

    No such luck here. Blank assignment = no fire.

    Fandom Stocking

    I'm pulling together my stocking sign up now. Mostly it's C&P from last year's with the additions of Supergirl, Psych, and Wolfblood. I keep debating whether to drop one or two of my inactive fandoms from last year's list in the interest of being more concise, then I think that not including them really will mean no chance to getting something in them. What to do?

    Life

    I'd like to be glad that this year is almost over, but that only matters if next year is better. So far, that doesn't appear to be in the cards.

    Prompts

    Methos as a 1970s punk rocker. I'm oddly obsessed with this image right now and I wish I had the skills to draw it myself. I can't decide if he'd play bass or if he'd be, like, #1 groupie.

    Misc

    Took the kid to a Doctor Who convention for her birthday as part of our bi-annual tradition when we're in that town over Thanksgiving. She had a great time! I broke down and bought a new copy of the Big Finish Highlander season 2 audios, which I forced the family to listen to on the drive home. (Only I would go to a Doctor Who convention in order to get Highlander media). Very enjoyable audios and well-done fan works. It's a shame that there won't be more.

    I also talked briefly with the head of BF and he confirmed that they would like to get the TP rights back.

    On the topic of TP, I also took the kid and the nieces to play laser tag on Black Friday. The arena used to have a blue team and a red team. In between my last visit and this one, they replaced all the red gear with green gear. That meant that every game on this outing was the Blue vs. the Green. I may have made a few jokes about that that went right over the girls' heads.
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    Yuletide

    Sign-ups closed with 1853 people on the list. No takers on two of my requests (Into the Wild Nerd Yonder and My Secret Identity), unless there are hidden bucket list offers. I'm not surprised. They were, and always will be, long-shots, even in the world of Yuletide fandoms. Psion did end up with an offer, and I am surprised about that. I'm going to have to hustle my re-read so that I can come up with requests. Meanwhile, TP '73 ended up at 5,4 and TP '13 at 6,6, blowing both of my predictions away. And Supergirl ended up at 11,19.

    I also took some risks with my offers that I will undoubtedly be kicking myself for later.

    Shortcuts

    My assignment is sweet. Now I just need to come up with a solid idea for a story. Well, and then I just need to write it. The 'writing it' is always the part that doesn't go according to any plans I make.

    So far, all my ideas would be in fulfillment of my own prompts, and I don't like doing that for exchanges unless I know my recip well enough to know that they're cool with the inside of my head.

    Highlander

    I know that the Raven spin-off was a behind-the-scenes nightmare for a lot of reasons, and as I re-watch episodes I wonder about the show we could have gotten. Then I find myself wondering what missed opportunities were the results of the BTS issues and which were simply missed? Like, of all the characters who were introduced on TS who were supposed to be significant to Amanda's history (Rebecca, Zachary Blaine, Cory, Kit), why were none of them brought in for appearances on the spin-off? (Reusing Rebecca footage from TS doesn't count). Were the actors all unavailable? Did they all refuse like Wingfield did? Were they never asked?

    In other random thoughts: How would Raven have been different if Ceirdwyn had been the star. While I know she was never one of the candidates, and it's entirely possible that the actress had aged past the ability to be a candidate, I think she would have made a hell of a central character on a show.

    More scenarios:

  • Methos going through the Watcher's Academy and having his patience tried by the Watchers being earnestly wrong about things related to Immortals and Immortality that he can't correct.

  • The Highlander Wiki lists Gregor as Alec Hill's teacher. So, Gregor goes Hunting for his student's killer, finds him (much to his surprise at who it is), and decides that neither a Challenge nor revenge is what he owes him.

  • (TP '13 / HL crossover) To an Immortal, a strong telepath "reads" like they have an Immortal signature. So, when Cara finally feels safe enough after the fall of ULTRA to leave the Lair and move topside, she finds herself accidentally and incorrectly being treated as a player in the Game. One of our canon Immortals figures out what's going on and takes her under their wing, which turns out to be a really smart decision for reasons the Immortal couldn't have predicted. (And suddenly I'm interested in all the shipping potential here.)
  • argentum_ls: (Default)
    11/5 - Updated for the entry on Psion. Supergirl update is coming.
    12/1 - Updated for the entry on Supergirl

    Dear Yuletide Writer:

    First of all, thank you so much for signing up! We already have at least one fandom in common, which is the important part. It's like cake. Cake is my favorite part. I hope the rest of what follows is just frosting.

    What follows is a a run-down of my likes/dislikes, favorite tropes, and some specific fandom discussion with sentence prompts. Use what you need to, but know that I know that ODAO. You're also welcome to stalk me online. I'm LadySilver on fanfiction.net and AO3, argentum_ls on DW and LJ, and argentum-ls on tumblr. I participate in a lot of exchanges and fests, which means I've thrown a lot of prompts out into the void. Should you see a prompt from a different exchange/fest that you'd like to use, go for it! (Even if it's already been filled).

    Overall, what I like in a story is plot; that is, I want something to happen. Beyond that, the reins are pretty loose. I like h/c and whump, angst, drama, humor, casefic, action/adventure, and romance. I'm open to gen, het, slash, poly—though I do have some fandom-specific preferences, which are listed below. I love pairings and I also love strong friendship and (pseudo)parent-child relationships. Ratings from G to hard-R are great. Crossovers are fantastic, though not anything I ever expect. I prefer canon based stories or canon-divergent AUs, and I prefer third-person storytelling, though I don't care if it's in past or present tense.

    Trope Wants )

    Do Not Wants )

    Fandoms: The Tomorrow People 1973, 2013; My Secret Identity; Psion; Into the Wild Nerd Yonder; Supergirl )

    Thank you again for signing up. I am very much looking forward to seeing the story you choose to write.
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    I have things to write. There are deadlines coming up and obligations to meet. I have plenty of ideas, most of which make me grin at the thought of the completed story. Lord knows, I have the time to do all the writing I could ever want to do. Yet, every time I sit at the computer to write, I do something else. I can't blame writer's block because I don't feel blocked; I feel blah. It's writer's "I don't wanna." How I loathe having been pushed into this position, and how much more I loathe how I'm thwarted in all my efforts to leave it. I've been lucky to lead a life so far with few major regrets, but the decisions that brought me here are clearly the payback for that. I miss being full of desire to put words to page.

    More Highlander Scenarios

  • As Richie prepares to abandon his life in Seacouver, he decides to visit his old friends one last time. The visit brings home how much Immortality has changed him, but also how much he is--and always will be--the kid from the old neighborhood. He's also surprised to learn that at least one of his friends isn't going to accept his goodbye. (Because when am I ever not seeking a Secret Identity Reveal story?)

  • We never see Joe learning about Richie's first death. Perhaps he was Watching that night, but I doubt it. He and Duncan were acquainted enough at that point that if Joe had been at the house, I think he'd have broken cover, all things considered. (On a picayune point, Richie was 19 when he died, yet we see him drinking at Joe's bar before he's legally 21. Does Joe not care about legal age when the customer is Immortal? Does he just shrug his shoulders at Richie's fake ID because it's only going to be the first of many? I could actually see Richie being the one to tell Joe what happened because he wants a drink and he figures age doesn't matter anymore.)

  • Something like "Bad Day in Building A," where it's a human crisis with an Immortal solution, only the hero is anyone other than Duncan. The different characters' ways of solving problems are always fun to see.

    Yuletide

    Sign-ups are apace. There are 719 people registered at the moment, with the usual amazingly diverse spread of fandoms. There's even (currently) someone else requesting and offering TP '13. Yesterday, there were three someone elses. Last year, we went 8,9 on that fandom. My prediction for this year is 3,4. No takers yet on TP '73. That and all my other current requests are 1,0, save for Supergirl, which looks to be a Yuletide favorite.

    I'm amused by how many participants' names I recognize, most of them fondly. Lots of people there I wish I could gather around me and get to know better.

    I suppose I should write my letter, but I don't wanna.

    Shortcuts

    Assignment, assignment, where are you assignment? I need to knoooooow.

    NaNoWriMo

    Probably not, this year. Of course, I said that last year, too and we know how that turned out
  • argentum_ls: (Default)
    No one nominated TP '92. That really surprises me. Someone else nominated characters for TP '13. That might surprise me more.

    I suppose this means that I should try to finish the TP '92 treat I started last year for NYR.
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    Nominations are in the process of being approved right now.

    I did manage to get mine all in on time, though I'm already having second thoughts about one of my choices because I've committed myself to re-reading a trilogy over the next month if I want to have any hope of being able to follow through on the fandom.

    I've never nominated a book fandom before. Naturally, this meant that I decided to nominate two book fandoms. I really don't know what was going through my head, except way too much amusement at the possibility of seeing fanfic about myself. Yes, I am feeling a bit conceited right now. Why did you ask?

    My nominations were for:

    The Tomorrow People (2013) (Surprised? Ha!)

  • Luca Jameson

  • Sophie Coburn

  • Monty the Magnificent

  • Kurt Rundel


  • Psion - Joan D. Vinge

  • Cat

  • Mikah

  • Jule taMing

  • Elnear taMing


  • Into the Wild Nerd Yonder - Julie Halpern

  • Jessica Sloane

  • Barrett Sloan

  • Henry Hathaway

  • Dottie Bell
  • (ME!)


    ETA: All nominations accepted. But, dammit! I forgot to nominate Wolfblood. How could I have forgotten Wolfblood?
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    Dear Yuletide Writer:

    First of all, thank you so much for signing up! We already have at least one fandom in common, which is the important part. It's like cake. Cake is my favorite part. I hope the rest of what follows is just frosting.

    I'm trying something different with my letter this year. Rather than providing specific prompts for my fandoms, I'm going to detail a couple of my favorite tropes and what I like in stories in general. If you prefer sentence prompts, feel free to plumb any of my other exchange letters, ask me, or hit up htbthomas, who both knows my tastes and knows how to keep a secret.

    Overall, what I like in a story is plot; that is, I want something to happen. Beyond that, the reins are pretty loose. I like h/c and whump, angst, drama, humor, casefic, action/adventure, and romance. I'm open to gen, het, slash, poly—though I do have some fandom-specific preferences, which are listed below. I love pairings and I also love strong friendship and (pseudo)parent-child relationships. Ratings from G to hard-R are great. Crossovers are fantastic, though not anything I ever expect. I prefer canon based stories or canon-divergent AUs, and I prefer third-person storytelling, though I don't care if it's in past or present tense.

    Trope Wants )

    Do Not Wants )

    Fandoms: The Tomorrow People 1973, 1992, 2013; H2O: Just Add Water; Mako Mermaids; My Secret Identity )

    I want to make this as easy for you as possible. If you have a different idea for a story that you think I'd like, go for it! Thank you again for signing up.
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    Title: Mindful
    Fandom: The Listener
    Characters: Toby Logan, Tia Tremblay, Toby/Tia
    Rating: PG
    Word Count: 3720
    Summary: The morning after "Fatal Vision," Toby works to rebuild his relationship with Tia while trying to find a person who they suspect is going to commit a crime.
    Notes: Written for [personal profile] skieswideopen for the event of [livejournal.com profile] yuletide.

    Link to AO3
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    Though I'm still working my way through the archive, I wanted to start compiling some recs. Everything is gen unless otherwise noted.

    I must start with my gifts this year. I got two :)

    My Secret Identity - Extreme Circumstances - “Dr. J said they could only be used in extreme circumstances. You hid your powers from me, your best friend, for two whole years. Today absolutely qualifies.”

    Quite simply, this is a story I've been waiting more than 20 years to read, and I love every inch of it. The author nails the character voices and the relationship between the two friends. There's a fun plot that's perfectly in keeping with the show, and tons of callbacks to the canon for anyone who's seen it recently. (The story is understandable even if you haven't.) There's also a stealth crossover to another one of my fannish shows. Can you find it?

    The Tomorrow People - Echoes in My Head - Stephen talks to one of his counselors, a woman he can't read.

    This is a crossover between the 2013 Tomorrow People and the 1992 version. Set early in the 2013 run, the author positions Stephen to discuss his changing life with an expert whom he doesn't know is an expert. The questions raised about what it means to be a Tomorrow Person are intriguing without being heavy-handed, and the scenario makes wonderful use of the crossover to give us some insight into the main character.

    Other Stories - The Amazing Spider-Man, Arrow, Ghost Soup Infidel Blue, Highlander: the Raven )
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    This year, I participated in four seasonal exchanges: [livejournal.com profile] tw_fallharvest, [livejournal.com profile] tw_holidays, [livejournal.com profile] hlh_shortcuts, and [livejournal.com profile] yuletide, and wrote five fics across four different fandoms. The following are the gifts I gave in order:

    Story listing with meta notes )
    argentum_ls: (Default)
    In order of receipt:

    Title: Once for the Devil
    Author: hardticket
    Fandom: Teen Wolf
    Characters/Pairings: Scott/Isaac, Stiles, Derek
    Event: Teen Wolf Fall Harvest
    Word Count: 2000
    Rating: R
    Warnings: sex pollen, dub con
    Summary: Scott and Isaac get hit with some funky Wolfsbane. Stiles may or may not be to blame.

    Title: Tangled Words in Twilight Worlds
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] lirren
    Fandom: Teen Wolf
    Characters/Pairings: Scott/Stiles with background Scott/Allison
    Event: Teen Wolf Holidays
    Word Count: 3450
    Rating: R
    Warnings: Discussion of canon character death
    Summary: Trapped together by a spell gone awry, Scott and Stiles realign the boundaries of friendship to regain their freedom, and in the process learn something about each other and themselves.

    Title: He Dreams
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] morgynleri
    Fandom: Highlander
    Characters: Methos, Lorien, John Sheridan, The Morrigan, Henry V of England, The Brigid, Joe Dawson, Anat, Gollum, Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, JRR Tolkien
    Event: Highlander Holiday Short Cuts
    Word Count: 1000
    Rating: PG-13
    Warnings: Character death
    Summary: He walks dreams and he dreams reality, and one turns into the other and back again.

    Title: Underneath My Skin
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] teaandhoney
    Fandom: BtVS/AtS
    Characters: Connor, Dawn, Willow, Kit, Carlos
    Events: Wishlist
    Word Count: ?
    Rating: PG
    Warnings: none
    Summary: "Connor is learning to trust his instincts again - well worn paths in his brain, burnt in savagely for survival when he was growing up in Quor'Toth , that were shadowed and muted the past few years but have now lit up again brightly. They are useful but he must keep that side of himself under check because he has seen were it all lead before, doesn't particularly like the person he used to be."

    Title: Who We Are
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] brutti_ma_buoni
    Fandom: BtVS/AtS
    Characters: Dawn, Conoor
    Event: In Small Packages
    Word Count: 400
    Rating: PG
    Summary: in fulfillment of the prompt: "we are who we are."

    Title: Anything for a Friend
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] daylightfire
    Fandom: The Listener
    Characters: Oz, Toby
    Event: Yuletide
    Word Count: 3812
    Rating: PG
    Summary: When Oz decides to observe Ramadan, Toby finds the only way to help him is to join him. Will the two survive 30 days of fasting?

    Title: Something Old, Something New
    Author: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
    Fandom: My Secret Identity
    Characters: Andrew, Dr. J, Erin
    Event: Yuletide Madness
    Word Count: 551
    Rating: G
    Summary: No wedding ever goes off without a hitch.

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