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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Pt 11
Rating: R, for violence
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which everything ends.

Happy reading. If you'll excuse me, [personal profile] leupagus and I have some drinking to do.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 10/?
Rating: R, for melancholy and the threat of violence
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George gets another kiss, there's an interlude in the Met file archive, and John thinks they should clear the building.

ETERNAL THANKS and HATRED goes to [personal profile] leupagus, who edited this monster twice because after I sent her a massive file to beta she said, "No, brah, this needs to be at least a third longer."
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Ch 9/?
Rating: R, for doctors and coppers and journos, oh my!
Summary: In which George gets a kiss, John has a choice between a crying wank and awkward sex, and the Lyall Street house gets a visitor.

Happy reading! And many, many thanks to [personal profile] leupagus, who completely ignored my pathos when I talked bleakly about how much I hated this chapter.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, Pt 8/?
Rating: R, for sex and death
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which Sherlock's cuffs all have buttons, the housekeeper seriously has the wrong idea, and Mycroft has to do this, he really does.

Many, many, many, infinite thanks go to [personal profile] leupagus, who is the bestest at rooting out moments when I overplay my hand.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 7/?
Rating: R, for Irene Adler
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George demonstrates culinary skills, practical mean girl behavior, and a hidden knack for pulling batteries out of cars.

Enormous, enormous thanks to [personal profile] leupagus, who betaed this despite being hellaciously sick, and then got for her trouble a mostly insane chapter that was written under the auspices of multiple bottles of wine. She is the greatest.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes pt 6/?
Rating: R, because we're going from Great Game to a Scandal in Belgravia
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which there is no last pip, Mycroft doesn't rest O negative and a car battery this time, there are shots fired in Belgravia, and we meet Mummy Holmes.

MANY THANKS again to [personal profile] leupagus, who heroically juggled many ladies despite a shortage of dicks.
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Title: Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 5/?
Rating: R, for The Great Game
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which George hates bombers, everything's not fine, and Mycroft likes to watch.

Happy reading! And apologies in advance, I'll be traveling next weekend so no update until the following one.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 4/?
Rating: R, because of George and Sherlock this time.
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which John gets into George's shirt, so does Mycroft, and Sherlock isn't afraid of her breasts.

Happy reading! And thanks again to [personal profile] leupagus who tackles each one of these edits with the grace and maturity to write [heh] next to phrases with "cum" in them.
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Title: The Least of All Possible Mistakes, pt 3/?
Rating: R, for George's job.
Summary: (BBC Sherlock, genderfuck) In which they go to a restaurant that [profile] lazlet wisely noted, "Oh, God, you're right, he would hate this place," George is spared Sherlock's rough affections because poor Dimmock gets them during Blind Banker, and unicorns are still extinct, no matter how much George needs one.

For the record, I think the completed version of this will probably clock in somewhere between 70K-80K, so guessing eight chapters in total. For everyone keeping count at home, total wordcount on my file is currently at 47,912. That's 47,912 words when I probably should have been sleeping.

Anyway, happy reading!
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All right, normally I wouldn't post a section this short, but this journal has been a WASTELAND this month, so you know what, why not? Happy reading. Have some Deanna Beth Winchester's Crazy Fucking Family Being All Crazy All Over Each Other:

Title: Wayfinding, pt 9/?
Rating: R, for see above
Summary: In which I probably prompt speculation over whether or not John's going to bone Anna, or at least Ellen is wondering about it, we get a little more color on Sam's existing body count, and Bobby's the only voice of reason. )

And I mentioned a while back that I had made a playlist for when I was working on this story, and I think a few people expressed interest in knowing what it was. I'm not going to upload any songs, but in case you want to put your own version together:

1. "Astigmatism," Astronautalis
2. "Breathe," Telepopmusik
3. "I Will Possess Your Heart," Death Cab for Cutie
4. "All These Things That I've Done," The Killers
5. "She's a Jar," Wilco
6. "Daughters," John Mayer
7. "The Artist," The Hush Sound
8. "Soldier," Ingrid Michaelson
9. "Feelin' Love," Paula Cole
10. "American Car," Mike Doughty
11. "Teardrop," Massive Attack
12. "Cold Cold Water," Mirah
13. "Cruel," Tori Amos
14. "Light on a Hill," Margot & the Nuclear So & Sos
15. "All Is Not Lost," OK Go
16. "Chain," Ingrid Michaelson
17. "Suitcase," Joe Purdy
18. "Anthem," Phantom Planet
19. "Come on Get Higher," Matt Nathanson
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So [personal profile] zoetrope, [personal profile] mklutz and I went to the philharmonic. This happened.

Title: Unfinished (KV Anh. 46 (374g))
Rating: R, for Will's understandable reaction to Merlin's car
Summary: (Merlin) In which, supposedly, everybody is at Tintagel for a christening, but mostly they are there to be abused by swans. )

Happy reading! Digital cookies if anybody knows, offhand and without using Google, what the title means.
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Title: Wayfinding, pt 7/?
Rating: R, for John Winchester
Summary: In which Deanna Winchester has always been John's perfect girl, Sam didn't deserve this, and Cas didn't see it coming. )

This part brought to you by the Delta SKY Lounge wifi and open bar.
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Title: Wayfinding, pt 3/?
Rating: R, for Winchesterssssss
Summary: In which everybody loves each other too much and sometimes, being a Winchester fucking sucks. )

I was talking to my friend tonight, tossing plot ideas back and forth with her, and it became evident that this story is going to be much, much longer than I had anticipated. FML.
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Title: Wayfinding, pt 2/?
Rating: R, for Supernatural bein' itself
Summary: In which the gender disparity becomes even clearer, English verb tenses aren't sufficient for the Winchesters' use, and Deanna thinks it's pretty irresponsible for John not to care about Sam getting knocked up, too. )

Writing this while watching While You Were Sleeping is weird, guys.

Also, downstairs neighbors, stop smoking weed with all your windows open, it's DISTRACTING.

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