18 Sep 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.
Latest chapter features the Pride of LGBT tartan.
I really don’t know where the plot is going, the segments just sort of appear - pieces of a jigsaw puzzle of unknown design. Feel free to point out what you think are goofy or inconsistent parts, make suggestions for plot development.
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
16 Sep 2019
Continues a theme from my longer mindmovie-scriptish story, You Can Stay At My Place If You Like. The theme being, "Just how might celestial bodies have sex, anyway?" (Inquiring minds, etc.) With the additional conceit that the angel's body is glacially cold and the demon's hot (because of course it is).
They live to please one another, and switch roles as needed.
Probably went too Bill Gibson on the costume descriptions, but it was so much fun . . . also an excuse for a hat tip to Pratchett/Gaiman's footnote about Crowley's watch, which still makes me smile.
31 Aug 2019
A follow-up to A Bookshop Moves to Tadfield, a bit M, but not as explicit as Crowley Gets A New Look. Silly fun as an angel and a demon learn to dance the tango. And how.
- Part 4 of A Bookshop Moves to Tadfield
29 Aug 2019
"You must think me such an ass. Crowley. You are the only person I’ve ever felt attracted to. And you are a demon. I . . . I . . ."
"What? You were ashamed? Thought Gabriel would send you a stern memo and call you back upstairs for a spanking?"
"No! I didn’t want to be the cause for Heaven smiting you or Hell tormenting you. Hell showed you no mercy, did they, when they finally discovered we’d been fraternizing. And Heaven had no forgiveness for me. They tried to kill me."
Continues themes from You Can Stay at My Place if You Like, so stuck it in the Bookshop Moves to Tadfield series, as it seemed too long to be a chapter in Crowley Gets A New Look.
I'll bet you don't see the segue coming. I know I didn't. But it was fun to write.
- Part 3 of A Bookshop Moves to Tadfield
26 Aug 2019
Aziraphale and Crowley hatch a plan to evade Heaven and Hell. A follow up to You Can Stay At My Place If You Like (that one's rated M, tho).
Trying to keep this as more of a humorous little thriller than a soap opera. The Great Plan takes a surprising twist.
Contains hat tips to Prachett/Gaiman's book and script.
- Part 2 of A Bookshop Moves to Tadfield