27 Sep 2014
Steve is a shy comic book artist and meets his new neighbour, Bucky Barnes.
In which there are awkward longings, meddling best friends, comic conventions, heartache, lemons, video games, dorkiness, dancing and two cute boys.
Oikawa Tooru cannot ski.
He was injured, two years ago, by his current boyfriend, Kuroo Tetsurou. Kuroo ran into him during a race, fracturing his right kneecap and tearing three out of four vital ligaments from his bones, turning his world on its end and permanently barring him from the slopes.
In atonement for this, Oikawa made Kuroo promise never to ski competitively again. For two years, Kuroo has kept that promise, maintaining a seasonal career as a ski instructor and keeping his racing skis locked away in his closet.
Enter Bokuto Kotarou. Gifted snowboarder, infamous troublemaker, and local celebrity at Niseko mountain. After shoving a kid into a ditch and very nearly getting into a fight with Kuroo, his presence threatens to tear apart the promise the skier has so carefully upheld.
Or: eighty thousand words of Kuroo, Oikawa, and Bokuto making regrettable skiing-related decisions until their own stupidity brings them together in thrilling and emotional fashion.
In a world where Viktor Nikiforov was forced to retire early due to a leg injury, he sought work instead as a police detective in Detroit. Now a young skater with a poster of him on his bedroom door has gone missing and Viktor knows beyond a doubt it's the work of a man who's been brutally murdering professional dancers for years. It's impossible not to take this case personally. Viktor will find Yuuri Katsuki.
07 Oct 2018
“You have a passport, right?”
Shōta looks up from his work and over at Hizashi, who’s just plopped himself down in his desk chair.
“I do,” Shōta answers after a long moment, studying Hizashi warily.
“Good, because we’re leaving for Hawaii on the tenth,” Hizashi says.
Shōta stares at him.
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