1. vafrous-vee said: Please continue your fic 'Impersonator'! It's very good.

    I’m working on a new chapter right now, and I’m hoping it’ll be up later today (AEST it’s 9:30AM, so I want to have it written proofread and posted by about 2PM).

     
  2. …like sugar

    I’m walking behind you, calling the way you give away all your secrets


    Derek had a habit of staying a few steps behind everyone; he never saw himself as a leader (in spite of the Alpha mantle) and besides that he hated having people at his back. Which meant that he was always at the back of the group, watching and listening as they walked and talked, be it through the woods or up the stairs to the loft. For some reason, Stiles always seemed to forget that he was there; often switching topics to complain about something Derek had said or done, until the older man would clear his throat or deliberately scuff his boot against something and Stiles would turn his head slightly, jumping a little when he caught sight of Derek and changing the subject while the back of his neck turned pink.


    It didn’t take Derek long to realise that he could read a lot about Stiles from the way he walked, how he held himself as he moved. The more tired he got, the less co-ordinated he was, and he would stumble and flail if he’d only gotten a few hours sleep the night before. When he was scared he moved like a deer, sharp turns and a hyper-awareness of his surroundings that occasionally rivalled Derek’s observation levels.


    When Stiles was on the warpath, though, his body language spoke volumes. When most people got angry they controlled themselves better, tightening up and not giving a damn thing away except the fury radiating from them. Stiles - Stiles seemed to open up and start spilling emotions all over the place, leaking feelings as his anger would bleed into frustration then back to fury laced with sadness. He was never just angry, there was always an undercurrent and Derek, having watched Stiles’ back (literally) for long enough, could read lines of tension in the teenagers’ shoulders as he shouted at the rest of the pack.


    (Derek never included himself as a victim of Stiles’ tirades, even if a good two thirds of them started with ‘DAMMIT DEREK!’ - usually within a few breaths he had moved on to berating someone else for a perceived slight, forgetting that it was something Derek had said or done that had set him off).


    Derek prided himself on being the person who always stepped on Stiles’ last nerve, no matter how hard Peter tried, he could never frustrate Stiles the way Derek could. Peter wasn’t observant enough.

    He didn’t know enough of Stiles’ secrets to push the right buttons each and every time.

     
  3. Teen Wolf piece (Sterek) that I need some feedback on. Come take a squiz, fandom family?

     
  4. The pack is playing Singstar. 

    Who sings what?

    Come on, fandom family, I need some help here!

    (the only song I have nailed down is that Stiles sings something by Cyndi Lauper)

    So, what would Derek sing?

     
  5. 
‘Dr. Watson Speaks Out’, A.A. Milne, 1929

The fact that some of the most respected pieces of writing about Sherlock Holmes are, essentially, fan fiction by AA Milne gives me hope for every single writer out there.
Fan fiction is not a waste of time or energy, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

    ‘Dr. Watson Speaks Out’, A.A. Milne, 1929

    The fact that some of the most respected pieces of writing about Sherlock Holmes are, essentially, fan fiction by AA Milne gives me hope for every single writer out there.

    Fan fiction is not a waste of time or energy, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

    (Source: meiringens)

     
  6. well crap.

    I swear I didn’t do it on purpose.

    I;M NOT PUTTING THIS ON AO3 BECAUSE I’M HAVING A BABY IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS AND PROBABLY WON’T TAKE IT ANYWHERE ELSE. 

    HOWEVER.

    HERE. 

    HAVE SOME HOOKER!DEREK.

    Read More

     
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  8. So I’ve watched the first disc of Supernatural Season 1 and I can understand the love. Therefore, will be watching another disc tomorrow.

    However. 

    For the moment, I’m watching back-to-back Futurama episodes because I can. 

    And writing. For some reason the muses have descended and I’m getting some actual work done!

    New chapter of the MIGP fic is up and I actually have some good ideas about the direction I’m taking it in. Yay!

    So Kerry, honey, go take a read!

     
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  10. doomslock:

    AU - The Avengers recruit Sherlock and John.

     
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  14. okay then.

    Three and Ten have to pretend to be a couple and it gets increasingly awkward.

    —-

    Will is, to say the least, fuming.

    "I know that I said ‘next time I get to seduce the rich guy’… but I wasn’t being serious!" He mutters, and Benji grins.

    "This isn’t seduction of the rich guy, this is assisting our good friends at the FBI with a complex undercover operation."
    "Remind me why someone who actually knows this guy can’t do it?"
    "Well he’s kind of rogue at the moment, on what they’ve called a ‘temporary suspension’, basically his CI took off and is a wanted fugitive, so the only cases he’s on at the moment are the ones he’s closing up before his suspension actually kicks in."
    "And he needs someone to pose as his boyfriend?"
    "Well, his CI was going to do it but then he fled the country. You’ve got blue eyes, you’re about the same height and we’ve even managed to get you into a fedora. Seeing as the only details that Agent Burke gave about his… boyfriend… were the blue eyes and the fondness for the fifties, I’d say we’re safe."
    "Benji, you better hack into every server we have and delete every single detail of this case once it’s over."
    "Yeah, I’m not going to do that. I need something for blackmail material."
    "I hate you!" Brandt muttered, but stopped talking to his techie when an older man, in his early forties, perhaps, walked into the room, running a hand through his thinning hair.

    "You must be Will."
    "Yes, and you’re Peter. Nice to meet you." Will held out a hand to shake Peter’s and was pleasantly surprised that there was no hesitation from the Fed, though his expression was a little guarded.
    "So, do you want to tell me how I got roped into this, or is that need-to-know?" Will asked, dropping Peter’s hand and shoving his own into the pocket of his pants.
    "I have no idea what your clearance level is, Will, but if you’ve been informed of the circumstances, well… I’ll guess that you know why I chose to incorporate Neal into my cover story."
    "…you mean we are actually dealing with people who are, essentially, the gay mafia?" To say that Will is incredulous is probably an understatement, but he didn’t get to be an IMF agent by showing everything that he was thinking on his face.
    "Much as I hate to phrase it like that, yes. It does appear so."
    "Well, then, we better get this show on the road. Good thing I’m in a Devore… and you’re in, what, Hugo Boss?"
    "2011 Collection, and thank god the FBI is picking up the tab, this thing cost more than my first car."

    "So how long have you two been together?"
    "Five… no, six years now. But we’ve known each other for almost a decade." Will was glad that they’d been able to come up with a cover story that was easy to remember - that and they’d discovered quite a few parallels in their personal and professional lives. By ageing Peter down a couple of years and Will up a few they put themselves into the same age bracket, and were able to build a story of them meeting when they were both working for the same accounting firm - well, Peter was working for them, Will was bought in as an external analyst and they hit it off.

    They were also very fortunate that they did in fact have a lot in common, not the least their affinity for sports, so they were able to create a solid cover with little time to prepare.

    The touching thing, however, was a little more problematic. 

    Peter was unaccustomed to anyone besides Elizabeth and, on occasion, Neal, touching him in any way more familiar than a handshake. And Will’s years of honed instincts meant that unexpected physical contact had him tensing up like a coiled spring.

    So they sat next to each other at the long dining table and Will kept one hand below the level of the tablecloth, resting on the edge of Peter’s chair, the side of his pinkie finger barely brushing against the older agent’s leg, and they let the rest of the men gathered think that his hand was on Peter’s knee.

    They’d stuck to real names, it was easier than remembering aliases, but it was when dessert was served things got a little awkward, because the men in charge decided that it was time for small glasses of very sweet wine and a little show of affection.

    "Let us raise our glasses to the men who make us happy." the man at the head of the table announced, winking at Peter even as Will tried to turn his eye-roll into something less rude, attempting to make it look as if it were a private joke between himself and Peter.

    Then, before either of them could really gather their thoughts, each couple at the table was toasting the other and then a silence fell, because every man at the table… except Peter and Will… was kissing his partner.

    Of course, this drew attention.

    Not the kind of attention they were after, but it did draw attention.

     
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