ximeria

ximeria



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  2. Summary

    An attempt to return to the writing exercise though without the insanity of doing it once a week. So biweekly it is.

    Every 1st and 15th of the month this time.

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    Part of the ongoing fic-a-week posts of 2014 -- a 007 fusion with Charles as the agent and Erik as the cranky Quatermaster. Updated and marked as finished for the 2017 writing project.

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  5. Summary

    Sometimes using the mcfassygenerator, sometimes just whatever comes to me ideawise - I want to keep a writing habit going so a fic per week should do nicely. All will be XMFC, all will be powered. Some of the stories will be little universes of their own and will be tagged as ongoing series for those of you who want to bookmark those on their own ;)

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  1. Public Bookmark 70

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    In two other realities, Jim, Blair, Jack and Daniel have to live with the sorrowful consequences of life. Then circumstances put them all face-to-face again.

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    22 Apr 2017

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    20 May 2013

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  3. Rec 18

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    Five years on from Cuba, Charles Xavier is still very much a part of the CIA's mutant research programme. But with the Supreme Court preparing to rule on a case that could have far-reaching consequences for human/mutant relations in the US, a chance encounter puts his present on a collision course with his past.

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    28 Jul 2012

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    What could possibly make Charles turn from his path, sour the dream of having a school for mutants? Erik? Not really, because things are never black or white and sometimes you learn the hard way who you can trust with your life as well as your hopes for the future. It's a little heart breaking, but in all the good ways, it's a look at what might happen when the world learns of mutants. For better or worse, Charles might not be allowed to have what he wants, but it doesn't mean he'll just give up.

  4. Public Bookmark 55

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    The story in which there are robots who are not imaginary, a whole mass of steams and tumblers, and a lot of useless cravats. Alternatively this is a story in which Anthony Stark grows from wannabe mechanic into an inventor extraordinary, finds a group of friends along the way and is maybe a little miffed for this whole arranged marriage business.

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    01 Jun 2012

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    An enjoyable read in a semi-steampunk setting (not heavy handed use, but well integrated into the story). Lovely Tony voice.

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    At age five, Spock informs his mother that it is illogical to wish him “sweet dreams” at bedtime because Vulcans do not dream. “Oh, Spock,” she says.

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    06 May 2012

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    At age five, Spock informs his mother that it is illogical to wish him “sweet dreams” at bedtime because Vulcans do not dream. “Oh, Spock,” she says.

    The disjointed back and forth should be confusing but it manages to convey the story and grow like vines into a thick, solid story. Unhurried, picturesque and aching.