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96tears ([personal profile] ninety6tears) wrote2016-04-20 01:05 pm

Mini master post

[This post is limited to my more recent fandoms for the time being.]



[BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ('03)]

.WE'RE NOT FRIENDS.
Apollo/Starbuck, Anders, Dee. M. romance.
When two soldiers in the middle of a war can't seem to like each other, baptism by fire is apparently the natural solution. AU in which Kara never knew Zak and first meets Lee after the fall of the colonies.

[DUBLIN MURDER SQUAD BOOKS]

.TRADING CARDS.
Cassie, Rob. R. friendship.
Every detective has a type of case that's particularly tough for them to deal with. They don't always talk about the reasons why. (In the Woods fic, pre-Operation Vestal)

.SOME SYLLABLES.
Cassie, Rob. R. drama.
It's what partners do. (In the Woods timeline, pre-Operation Vestal)

[HARRY POTTER]

.A GAME CALLED LIFE.
Fred, George. PG-13. drama.
"What the spell is supposed to require is a capacity for certain wands to recognize not only one, but two masters."

[THE STAND]

.YOU CAN TELL ME IF ANYONE CAN.
Lucy Swann/Larry Underwood, Fran Goldsmith. R. romance/drama.
She always knew she was taking a chance on Larry, but in the end the sacrifice wasn't the one she expected to make.

[STAR TREK XI]

.THE COUNTERFEITS.
Kirk/Spock and bits of Kirk/OC, Pike, McCoy, OCs. M. drama/crime/sci-fi/romance.
Several months after a disastrous investigation, Detective Jim Kirk has transferred out of New Dublin's murder squad and thinks he's done being anywhere near homicide. But just when he's settling into a different job, a dead body shows up with a stolen identity and a very familiar face. Reluctantly reunited with his old boss Christopher Pike, Kirk is asked to work a bizarre undercover operation in order to not only find out who killed the victim, but who created him. (Fusion based on Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad series - mainly The Likeness w/ some elements from In The Woods.)
Written for round 3 of [livejournal.com profile] startrekbigbang.


.IN OUR NATURE: BOOK ONE.
Kirk/Uhura and some Scotty/OC, McCoy, mirror!Spock. R. general/drama/romance/dystopian sci-fi.
In events that parallel TOS' "Mirror, Mirror," four members of the Enterprise find themselves in a mirror universe but become stranded there. After covertly abandoning the Imperial fleet they seek anonymous refuge on Earth, eventually settling in the fragile autonomy of a region populated by resistant Terrans and former slaves.
Written for round 2 of [livejournal.com profile] startrekbigbang.


.HOW TO BE BAD.
gen w/ a slight Kirk/Uhura flavor, also featuring McCoy, Scotty, a couple mirror characters. R. friendship/humor/action.
Only Jim Kirk could turn bucking the everyday evils of a tyrannical empire into a bonding experience. "Mirror, Mirror" redux for [livejournal.com profile] operation80.

.VULCANS DON'T PLAY BASKETBALL. prlg. 1. 2. 3.
Kirk/Uhura leaning Spock/Kirk/Uhura, appearances by McCoy and Chekov. R. drama/romance.
Maybe some day they'll have something in common, besides a first officer who seems sometimes like an impossible code to crack.

.LOSING MY FAVORITE GAME. 1. 2.
Kirk/Spock, Kirk/Uhura. M. drama/romance.
Paradoxes, occupational hazards, failure to communicate, and Jim Kirk. Companion piece to "Vulcans Don't Play Basketball" (sort of works as a stand-alone).

.SPEECH BUBBLES. 1. 2.
Kirk, Spock. PG-13. general/friendship/pre-slash.
After the Enterprise's first officer starts speaking gibberish at a diplomatic event, McCoy diagnoses the otherwise mentally well Spock with acute anxiety and demands he take some serious R & R.

[TIGER & BUNNY]

.SAFEKEEPING. tag links to 3 chps.
Kotetsu/Barnaby. M. drama/friendship/romance
Some time after Lunatic has been apprehended, a NEXT scientist makes a troubling discovery about the extent of Yuri Petrov's powers. Kotetsu handles it all considerably well. Barnaby really doesn't.

[CROSSOVER]

.RISING SIGN. tag links to 8 chps. + eplg.
Kara/McCoy, Kara/Kirk, Spock. R. general/drama/humor/romance/action.
Battlestar Galactica/Star Trek XI crossover, loosely in response to prompt: "When Kara Thrace flies through the wormhole near the end of Season Three, she finds Earth-- but not the Earth that Galactica's been searching for. Instead she finds herself hailed by a ship calling itself the USS Enterprise."