Gen. 650 words. August 2007.

It figured that when Dean finally got a dog, it turned out to be a zombie.

Gen. 590 words. September 2007.

Sam called her Lolita. Dean asked if he had any issues he needed to work out.

Sam/Dean. 5115 words. July 2007.

It was April. He'd seen the ocean, Atlantic and Pacific, but they'd never lived there before, two hundred yards from the beach with the water just visible between the rows of houses.

Sam/Dean. 1904 words. Post-AHBL. July 2007.

The first time they got paid for a job was for two vengeful spirits setting up camp in a swank little lake house in Wisconsin.

Gen. 837 words. Crossover with The Dark Is Rising. June 2007.

Their frame of reference was ancient to them; Will had no way of explaining how young it really was.

Gen. 5244 words. Future fic. November 2006.

It wasn't the kind of place Dean pictured for Sam, with its log cabin frame and red pipe roof, two floors high and encased on either side by trees.

Gen. 3906 words. November 2006.

The scenery wasn't much, but it was better than two lights shining down the pavement and a road that wasn't going anywhere but straight.


Jensen/Jared. 4144 words. December 2007.

For a second he thinks maybe Danneel'll come up and say she was just being a bitch and of course she didn't break up with him, not really, and Jensen can't believe how pathetic he is. Danneel would never make bacon.

Jensen/Jared. 14,821 words. AU. August 2007.

Jared thinks he's the third base coach, and you'd think he'd know this shit, ready for the opportunity, but it happened so fast he barely had time to fantasize before the call came.

Harry Potter

Remus/Sirius. 72k. Three days at 12 Grimmauld Place. Takes place during OotP. October 2003.

Remus/Sirius. 25k. Sirius, Remus, a house. Post-books. June 2003.

Remus/Sirius. 12k. Some things are better off forgotten. Written for the Remix...Redux challenge. April 2003.

Remus/Sirius. 7k. Remus and Sirius in the first war. Written for the Remix...Redux II challenge. May 2004.

Remus/Sirius. 13k. Werewolves and moonlight. Written for a circle challenge. December 2001.

Oliver/Marcus. 2k. Just what the title implies. December 2002.

Gen. 48k. Percy takes a Ministry job. June 2004.

Remus/Luna. 15k. A washed-up former pop singer finds love in the arms of a werewolf. Or not. Written for the Remus Remix challenge. August 2004.

Remus/Sirius. 20k. March 1981. Sirius collects the body of his brother. Written for the 2004 Remus/Sirius Shacking Up Sesa challenge. December 2004.

Remus/Sirius. 66k. September 1978. Sirius and Remus are given a mission. Written for the 2005 Remus/Sirius Shacking Up Sesa challenge. December 2005.

Stargate: SG1/Atlantis

SGA: John/Ronon. 32k. Ronon has a request. September 2005.

SGA: John/Keras (from Childhood's End). 7500 words. Atlantis is looking for allies. John's looking for something. November 2006.

SG1. 5k. Fun with aliens. November 2002.

SG1: Jack/Daniel. 3k. Hanging out by the campfire. October 2002.

SG1: Jack/Daniel. 7k. Daniel goes for a walk. October 2002.

The Dark Is Rising

Will/Bran. 49k. Will goes back to Wales to see Bran, eight years after Silver on the Tree. Based on Susan Cooper's The Dark Is Rising series. August 2000.

The Dark Is Rising. Will/Bran. 592 words.

(Written for Ces' Great Canadian Shack Challenge . Go read the other ones.) December 2001.

Gen. 837 words. Crossover with Supernatural. June 2007.

Fire and Hemlock

Polly/Tom. 1671 words. After the book. December 2007.

Gundam Wing

Gen. 64k. Duo deals with the events of episode 10. December 2002.

Gen. 13k. Lady Une muses on OZ and power. November 2002.

Zechs/Treize. 17k. Zechs has a visitor. Written for the yuletide challenge. December 2003.

Here is Greenwood

Mitsuru/Shinobu. 1020 words. Pajamas, school spirit and kissing. June 2007.

Mitsuru/Shinobu. 18k. Mitsuru has plans for Hasukawa. Written for the 2005 yuletide challenge. December 2005.

Ai no Kusabi

Riki/Guy, Riki/Iason. 22k. Two loosely connected parts, both taking place pre-AnK. Trapped, Riki drifts through life. January 2002.

Resident Evil

Jill/Chris. 18k. Sex, zombies, and good fun. January 2003.


Rem/Lur Raldnor, Rem/Kesarh implied. 18k. Rem has some issues to work out. November 2000.


7k. Because I wanted to try my hand at action. October 2002.

Wesley/Justine. 3k. Summer hiatus. October 2002.

Sports Night

Dan/Casey. 48k. Mike Mussina pitches an almost perfect game, and Dan and Casey have several conversations. April 2000.

Dan/Casey. 47k. Set during Quo Vadimus. Casey's in denial, and Dan's being obtuse. September 2000.

In the first, Dan keeps in touch with Casey from L.A. In the second, there is sports talk and schmoop. Both are parts of larger projects that were never completed, offered up here for possible enjoyment. December 2000; October 2001.


M/K. 19k. NC-17. Post-Requiem. (for Rachel.) May 2000.

Sc/Sk. 13k. NC-17. Post-Requiem. (for Liz.) May 2000.

Mulder/Krycek. 39k. I'm an incessant reviser, so this is a revised version of Aporia. My thanks to Anna, kass, and aerye at the FCA for their critiques, which directly led to this revision. They are not responsible, however, for anything this version still lacks. The original story can be found here. February 2000.

Mulder/Krycek. 122k. NC-17. A series of seven vignettes connected by common themes and plot lines, beginning immediately after Apocrypha and continuing in the time between Apocrypha and Tunguska. December 1999.

Mulder/Krycek. 13k. NC-17. Mulder and Krycek have a disagreement in the City of Brotherly Love. Written for the M/K Fight Club. November 1999.

Mulder/Krycek. Humor. 64k. NC-17. Mulder and Scully meet up with an old friend while investigating a missing persons case in Missouri. This story has nothing to do with the episode Our Town; I'm simply drawing from the same well. October 1999.

Mulder/Krycek. Humor. 58k. In response to TER/MA's (now RatB) October Challenge, and is based on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Mulder, Scully, and Krycek experience some romantic entanglements. October 1999.

The X-Files belongs to Chris Carter and 1013; Sports Night to Aaron Sorkin. Susan Cooper owns the rights to The Dark Is Rising series; Tanith Lee has dibs on Anackire; and J.K. Rowling is the author of Harry Potter. No copyright infringement is intended, and no profit is being made by my use of these characters and worlds.