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  1. Rec 13

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    written for the Winter/Holiday comment fic meme at hoodie_time for the prompt - Gen. Dean, Sam. It wasn't Grandma who got run over by a reindeer; it was Dean.

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    14 Dec 2017

  2. Rec 39

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    A look at one of the other universes shown in The Daedalus Variations.

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    14 Dec 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Great use of secondary characters.

  3. Rec 7

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    Parker wants Eliot to teach her about making love the way he taught her about food. Hardison is okay with that.

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    14 Dec 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Very hot, sexy Eliot.

  4. Rec 6

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    “Kid, you’re lucky you ended up here, nobody else would put up with your shit.”

     

    Parker's latest foster family is just like all the rest. Maybe they're right, maybe no one will put up with her. Fine. Fuck families. Parker doesn’t want one.

    New York City is far enough away and big enough to get lost in, and Parker knows how to survive on her own. And then she runs into the strangest thief she's ever met. Archie Leach has a plan for Parker that for once she's happy to go along with. She's going to be the best thief ever.

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    13 Dec 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Good origin story for Parker.

  5. Rec *

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    Dean remembers Texas as blackland stretching in marker-thick strips of vivid brown and black, broken with the sprawling metroplexes of Dallas and San Antonio and Houston; farms spread with the yellow tops of maize waving in pre-autumn winds, threshers moving complacently through the fields with drowsy men in hats waving at the road. He remembers green and gold fields dotted with cows, half-year calves running on the outskirts of the herds. He remembers these were what he saw between jobs, lives being lived that had nothing to do with creeping twilight and sleeping only behind salt circles and ritual wards.

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    06 Dec 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Interesting and well written.

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