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The Not Quite Believable Tale of Intergalactic Catering [PodFic] by ateliertamsin for spoilersXsweetie (EddieWards)
Fandoms: The Book Group (TV), Doctor Who (2005)
12 Dec 2019
Janice McCann isn't special. She isn't unique, or different, or important. Or, at least that's what she tells herself. She can bake. She can read. She can smile and look pretty. And that's it.
So why is she on a space ship with a scary lady with a death beam? And why does she feel like those things that she's distanced herself from in the books she reads are getting closer and closer to reality?
Missy snags an unlikely companion. Janice McCann finds a lot more reasons to stress bake.
Podfic Version. Text version linked.
23 Oct 2022
Podfic reading of MUSE, by kiranokira
Team, 21, is an economics student with a paper on sex work to write.
Win, 23, is the sex worker he chooses to interview.
Wincing, Team glances up at Win and experiences a shock to see Win smiling. Truly, widely, and genuinely.
“I’ve been doing this for three years,” Win says, “and that’s the first time someone’s said they want to do me for homework.”
Team suffers the indignation of Win’s smirk for a full half-second, then covers his face with both hands and tries very hard to make this nightmare reality into a lucid dream.
Podfic reading of mouth to mouth, by keros
This was a joke. It was a joke, and Jisung was gonna wait out whatever clever punchline Minho had packed up his sleeve.
Minho remains, cocking his head to the side in challenge. He murmurs around the piece of candied popcorn held between his teeth, leaning closer, inviting.
“C’mon, Jisung,” Minho teases. “I thought you said you were hungry.”
Jisung realizes too late that the punchline doesn’t exist.
It’s Jisung’s first time off schedule in months, and he’s naturally anticipating the most boring day ever.
When Minho gets back to the dorms early, it turns into anything but.
Podfic reading of shotgunning, by keros.
"Are you still nervous?" Minho asks, retaining that addictive nonchalance to his voice.
Jisung releases a pathetic little laugh between his gritting teeth. “Yeah,” he breathes out. “Just a little bit.”
"Let me smoke you out, then."
Jisung makes the mistake of letting his curious gaze wander, allowing a mesmerized "How?" to escape him. He's done the moment their eyes meet, because then Minho's taking Jisung's jaw in his hand while the other holds what's left of his blunt, dark eyes trailing down to the lips he wants to coax apart.
"Open for me."
Shotgunning: the practice of inhaling smoke and then exhaling it into another individual's mouth.
Fandoms: Stray Kids (Band)
10 Sep 2022
Podfic reading of florescence (can i be close to you?), by dawnshine
Jisung is about halfway to the door of the small breakroom when another figure enters his path, a head of violet hair peeking in the doorway.
He nearly drops everything, his steps faltering as he makes eye contact with—Minho.
“Hi, I’m looking for a Han-ssi…?”
What the fuck.
(in which Jisung is a lonely, single dad who somehow ends up having an insane one night stand with a flirty sex shop employee. Things become complicated when Minho turns up to the school Jisung teaches at, there to instruct the very dance class Jisung has already signed his daughter up for.
Between frequent hook-ups and his daughter's love for her new dance teacher, it doesn't take Jisung much longer to realize he's screwed.)
Fandoms: Stray Kids (Band)
29 Nov 2022
Podfic reading of a new slick leaf unfurling (like a fist to an open palm), by hyunnies.
Jisung is in love with his best friend. The seasons change—spring blurs into summer into autumn into winter—but his feelings stay the same.
Jisung wants to pay for Minho’s bubble tea, but he doesn’t know how to say that without giving himself away—without making it obvious how far fucking gone he is, without romantic intentions tinging the statement, without stumbling over his words—so instead he suggests they play Rock Paper Scissors and the loser pays the bill.