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Thought I'd post this before I forget, since I'd like to get a couple of fics finished tonight and I should have somewhere to cross them off. :P

One card for [livejournal.com profile] au_bingo:
Other: ProstitutesOther: SteampunkOther: MutantsFantasy & Supernatural: The AfterlifeFantasy & Supernatural: Fairy Tale
Other: CelebritiesAlternate History: Major historical event changed
Charles Firth: A Letter
Other: DetectivesFantasy & Supernatural: WerewolvesHistorical: Victorian
Alternate History: Canon event changedOther: BandFREEHistorical: PrehistoricFantasy & Supernatural: Ghosts
Tiem Lord!Jeff Lynne: Gallows Humour
Historical: World War IAlternate History: Someone died/didn’t come backHistorical: Western
Electric Light Orchestra: Wanted (ART)
Other: SlavesFuture: Dystopia
Other: CastawaysOther: MundaneOther: Evil Goateed Universe
AusPolitics: Wear A Fast Gun
Historical: Napoleonic EuropeFantasy & Supernatural: Gods and Goddesses

I'll link each fic in its square above. Because it's easier than making another list with all the fics in it. XD And I am going for a blackout this time, so yay. :D

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Title: From The Sun To The World
Author: Sashataakheru
Fandoms: The Chaser RPS/Electric Light Orchestra RPS
Starring: Andrew Hansen, Charles Firth, girl!Craig Reucassel, Chris Taylor, Dominic Knight, Chas Licciardello, Julian Morrow, Jeff Lynne, Kelly Groucutt, girl!Bev Bevan
Pairings: Craig/Bev, one sided Chris/Craig, vague Andrew/Jeff
Warnings: violence
Rating: FRM
Beta: [livejournal.com profile] aphephobia
Word Count: 19,946 total {part one: 7,710; part two: 6,409; part three: 6,421]
Author’s Notes: Er, this went in a weird direction, but I still think it works.
Summary: WWII AU set in Birmingham, UK in 1943. A mysterious aircraft falls to the ground near a pub in Birmingham, and the pilot inside warns of invasion. With Britain busy fighting a world war, it is hardly a warning that garners much attention. He reaches out to one man, hoping his warning be heeded in time before the world ends.

Part One: Thursday Evening, April 22, 1943
Miss Cassie Reucassel arrived at the club early, as usual, after leaving the refuge centre where she worked with her mother. It seemed like a perfectly calm night, which was either a blessing or a curse, depending on how much the Germans wanted to disrupt her routine. She was hoping nothing would happen. She had, though, gotten used to navigating through the darkened streets at night, thankful that she didn't have to travel far to get to her home. Not everyone was that lucky, and more than once people had been killed by bombing raids because they were out in the open on the streets.

Part Two: Friday Morning, April 23, 1943
Chas was trying to rev the car he’d ‘borrowed’ from a friend when Kelly joined him, slipping in beside him as if he was meant to be there. The car wasn’t that interested in starting, and Chas cursed a little and tried again.

Chas glanced over at Kelly as he wondered whether the car could be hotwired. "Julian, right?"

"Who else? Besides, you're not the only one who's a little curious about our man in there. Shall we?"

“Definitely, when this bloody car decides to start. Here, give us a hand, will you?”

Part Three: Friday Afternoon, April 23, 1943
The base at Lichfield was an overgrown old manor house, built on the site of an old fairground, that had once been owned by an American businessman. It had sat vacant for several years before MI5 acquired it just before the war. It was surrounded by high stone walls with big iron gates, and the buildings inside were closer to caricature than real. It was never set up to be a working manor, and the manor house itself was gaudy and sat somewhat uncomfortably on the land. It looked too big, or too small, or quite the wrong shape. It was never really clear just what was wrong with it, just that it didn't look right.


It Wasn't My Idea To Dance by [personal profile] sashataakheru

All graphics by [personal profile] sashataakheru
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So it's easier to keep track of all 28 32** chapters and not have to link to them all separately with each new chapter. :P

Also, I hate coding tables. XD

** @26/6/08: Uh, I reorganised the latter half and created four new chapters. The additional chapters do not affect what has been posted thus far (ch 1-15); all it means is that the word count for each chapter to come is more even and not jumping from 2k to 6k and back again. And it makes a bit more sense now.

I suppose this is what I get for posting before I've completely finished editing. XD

@21/3/2010: I now be unlocking this whole fic for your consumption. :D

The Glass House Chapter Index

twenty ninethirty

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Because I want one entry where I can find them all. XD

Fic Challenges:
I've claimed Julian Morrow, and Adam Hills at [livejournal.com profile] 50kinkyways.

Tables are here:
Adam (june 8th 06)
Tony/Tom/Adrian (june 8th 06) -- UNCLAIMED
Julian (may 16th 07)

Also claimed Chris/Craig/Andrew (as it's become) @ [livejournal.com profile] smut_69.

Table is here:
Chris/Craig (aug 16th 06)

I was also challenged to do [livejournal.com profile] wtf27 with The Chaser. Challenge accepted, table is here. (aug 27th 06)
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Nuther table. Charlie is getting more complicated, so I want to keep it
organised. I've written more of Charles' POV than Adam's or Hamish's,
but then, I didn't expect it to expand so much.

I'll be adding this to the front page and updating this as I wrote each part. I hope I can write this in some sort of coherent order and not make it too confusing.

*wonders if it's already too confusing*

ETA: Got rid of part four. That's the end of Charlie. The sequel will cover what happened at the end of part three and after that.

Title/POV Hamish's POV Adam's POV Charles' POV
Part One Submission Domination Suppression
Part Two Confusion Compassion Repercussion
Part Three Companion Champion Protection

And the finale: Aftermath

Right. I'm never writing three POVs again. >.<


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