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18 Oct 2013
I see a little silhouetto of a man...On a case that takes them out of town, Sherlock, John, and Lestrade deal with what happens to music left in a car for over a fortnight... scaramouche scaramouche will you do the fandango...
16 Aug 2019
The early morning light rippled on the Serpentine sending flashes of brilliance into the air like song. The water was warm. It should not have been, but Aziraphale welcomed it, easing into it like an embrace.
He flung his arms wide, laid on his back, and floated. Every care seemed to drift off into the lake, or up into the clouds (altocumulus, fluffy and bright like his own hair; a storm coming, not yet), that rolled lazily above him.
He did not know why he turned, why he began swimming again, this time towards the shore.
It's time for a holiday, time for a house move, and long past time for our heroes to decide what to do with the rest of eternity.
It's just a shame that PTSD is going to make everything that little bit harder...
- Part 3 of What In Me Is Dark, Illumine
16 Oct 2019
For my money, the really big one will be all of us against all of them.
What? You mean Heaven and Hell against humanity?
--Good Omens script by Neil Gaiman.
Aziraphale and Crowley's love adventure. Cut loose from their organizations, how do they establish links with their human allies? Love, sex, and consequences. We start in Tadfield with a demonic Apple watch.
Only a struggle twists sentimentality and lust together into love. -- E. M. Forster, Maurice
Latest chapters feature the Pride of LGBT tartan, kilts, some visitors from Hell, a sinister presence at St. Cecil's Harvest Festival, Crowley going on a very unusual road trip and coming back in rough shape. 6000 years of angst. Crowley meets Boris the Horse. Networks, global heating, fruit bats. A moral argument. Stallion named Angel. Beelzebub. Chatty Disposable Demon DeeDee.
We'll see how these plot pieces of a jigsaw puzzle of unknown design shape up.
Those interested in a more M version of what's going on behind the scenes with our supernatural lovers might want to read Crowley Gets A New Look.
- Part 5 of A Bookshop Moves to Tadfield