synecdochic

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  1. Summary

    A collection of my favorite things I've written. They're in no particular order, mostly not related, and some of them are from the middle of other series that might not make a ton of sense taken out of context! In particular, if something's listed as belonging to a series, you might want to read the rest of the series in order to get context.

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    13
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  2. Summary

    In which Tifa and Tseng have been dating for a while in the hopes that one of them will be able to get useful intel out of the other, Rufus has been plotting the overthrow of his company for longer than he'd care to admit, nobody knows the whole story of what really happened in Nibelheim and everybody wants to, and the author wallows unrepentantly in an AU premise she's been meaning to write for twenty years or so.

    Also available on my website.

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    209,440
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    3
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    21
  3. Summary

    An AU of an AU of an AU: an AU of Mezzanine, which was an AU of Take These Broken Wings mashed up with the Cammieverse.

    Daniel Jackson comes home from Atlantis for Jack's funeral and hits the wall of PTSD he's been staving off by sheer force of will for about twenty years. Fortunately, he runs into a few people who can help.

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  4. Summary

    There was one night where I was working on what would become A Howling In the Factory Yard in one window and talking with ivorygates in the other window about what would eventually become the Cammieverse in AIM, and I uttered the fateful words "You know, this is causing some interesting cognitive dissonance, because JD's over here in the other window all 'hey, I don't fucking care if Mitchell is a girl, he's still mine.'"

    So, this is an AU mashup of two AUs: the one in which Cameron Mitchell was more injured in his 302 crash than he was in canon, and the one where Cam's a woman. It's sort of our take on the "we're not gay, we just love each other" trope. Us being us, it did not come out in the least bit like what you'd expect.

    Also available on my website.

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    225,468
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    29
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    33
  5. Summary

    I've always been fascinated by always-a-different-sex AUs, especially the kind that take a cis dude and flip him into being a cis woman and then ask: okay, to get her into the same place he was in canon, how is she going to have to be different from her male counterpart?

    Turns out, to get Cammie Mitchell into the same place as Cam Mitchell, she has to be twice as good and twice as agreeable. But she winds up about the same amount of stubborn.

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    10
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    23

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