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archiveofourown.org/users/easterngateguardian 

Fandoms

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (15)

Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare (3)

Lord Peter Wimsey - Dorothy L. Sayers (1)

Georgette Heyer - Venetia (1)  

Recent Works

Th’Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame by easterngateguardian

E, M/M, Complete

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

No Archive Warnings Apply, Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens), Porn Without Plot, Oral Sex, Anal Sex, Fisting, Food Porn

Lust is a sin. But sometimes, a little sinning is exactly what an angel needs…

Language: English   Words: 4,215   Chapters: 1/1   Comments: 25   Kudos: 342   Hits: 2904 

 

ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem by easterngateguardian

E, M/M, Complete

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

No Archive Warnings Apply, Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens), Oral Sex, Frottage, Demonic Possession, Wingfic, Ancient Rome

Rome, 41 AD. The last oyster has been eaten. The last drop of wine drunk. Crowley turns to Aziraphale and practically purrs, “Any other delicacies you had in mind?”

Language: English    Words: 6,100    Chapters: 1/1    Comments: 47    Kudos: 694    Hits: 4401

 


 

archiveofourown.org/users/redasapples

Fandoms

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (7)

Golden Girls (4)

The Good Place (4)

James Bond (Movies) (2)

Labyrinth (1986) (1)

Recent Works

i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean) by redasapples 

T, M/M, Complete

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

No Archive Warnings Apply, Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens), Crowley (Good Omens), Aziraphale (Good Omens), Pining Crowley (Good Omens), Slow Burn, Friends to Lovers, Holding Hands, Angst, Angst with a Happy Ending

It’s wrong to love an angel. But Crowley’s supposed to do the wrong thing, isn’t he? 

Or: the one where Crowley spends six thousand years trying to be a better demon and a worse person.

Language: English     Words: 60,154      Chapters: 13/13      Comments: 166     Kudos: 666      Hits: 8411

 

take this sinking boat and point it home by redasapples

T, M/M, Complete

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

No Archive Warnings Apply, Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens), Crowley (Good Omens), Aziraphale (Good Omens), Established Relationship, Hurt/Comfort, Fluff

Crowley has scars from Falling. Not physical scars, but scars all the same. In a cottage, after the End of the World, Aziraphale sets about healing them.

Language: English      Words: 3,124      Chapters: 1/1      Comments: 23       Kudos: 191      Hits: 1782

 


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Comment on Un Liaison Plus Dangereux

wishiwereawhale left the following comment on Un Liaison Plus Dangereux:

omg yesss. i thought i had read every single “they-fucked-in-the-Bastille” fic but apparently i missed this one???? Anyway. sooooo hot. the bit where az puts the chains back on crowley and is all “now you’re my prisoner?” i died. Unf. 

 

[AO3] Comment on ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem

BeelzebubDidNothingWrong left the following comment on ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem:

Thank you so much for sharing this lovely fic! Not only was the smut, uh, grade-A, nice work there, thank you for my pornography, etc., but I felt completely immersed in the world of Ancient Rome. Like did you do research for this fic or major in classics or something? Because it felt so real and accurate and like I was actually there. Off to read the rest of your stuff posthaste!

 

[AO3] Comment on On Walls, and Other Things Being Slammed

BeelzebubDidNothingWrong left the following comment on On Walls, and Other Things Being Slammed:

Oh wow! Thank you so much for this, I LOVE wall-slam fic and this did not disappoint. Once again the level of detail in the setting is just remarkable, I’m like were you there watching?? Haha. Also this part really stood out to me: “Aziraphale runs a hand down Crowley’s torso, feels the hardness of it, the scars that he knows lurk beneath the skin. And then, moving downward...he feels another hardness, a very different sort of hardness, and all thoughts of the past are driven out of his mind by the wanting of the here and now.” Just….yes. You are the hero we deserve.

 

[AO3] Comment on Th’Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame

Anonymous left the following comment on Th’Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame

Hey so your writing style is really lovely and i think there’s a lot of great stuff going on here and i mean the porn is hot OBVIOUSLY but i just...i can’t get behind the way you write crowley, like he seems so nice in your fic. And i mean yes i know i know he’s a bit of a good person etc etc but like he’s still a demon???? Idk i just think you make him too woobie that’s just my take tho

 

[AO3] Comment on On Walls, and Other Things Being Slammed

redasapples left the following comment on On Walls, and Other Things Being Slammed:

hey i thought this was great, really hot (you’ve got all the right...things happening, let’s say) and i love your characterizations. they’re very accurate. well, i think you see crowley a little more confident than i do but it is aziraphale pov so i think that’s fair, don’t always know what’s going on underneath do we?


Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

[AO3] Comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean)

Kickpuncher left the following comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean):

Holy shit this fucking ENDED me. Im so soft right now. the PINING. the HIGH ROMANCE of it all. crowley just loves him so so so much and i can’t??? physically handle it????? this was a JOURNEY i sat down and was like maybe i’ll read one chapter? lol nope i read the entire fucking thing in one sitting and i am soooo happy about it. god bless you tbh

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on On Walls, And Other Things Being Slammed

easterngateguardian responded:

Thank you so much for the lovely comment! I’m very glad you enjoyed the story and felt the characterizations were accurate. I try my best! Regarding Crowley and his confidence level, I’ve always felt that yes, there is an anxiety underlying all that... swagger, but I do think in the right situation he would really shine. (And I think you most likely have a very good idea of what the right situation is in this context.)

I took a look at your profile and I intend to read several of your fanfiction stories as well. I’m certain I’ll enjoy them greatly!

 

[AO3] Comment on Opening Hours

alec_scudder left the following comment on Opening Hours:

I LOVE a good flowershop AU and this was a great one! Really soft and tender and you transposed the characters perfectly! Thank you so much!

 

[AO3] Comment on all of my powers (day after day)

easterngateguardian left the following comment on all of my powers (day after day):

Oh my, this was beautiful. You have a truly remarkable way with language. Most impressive to me was the sheer amount of emotion that you managed to infuse the story with. I could really feel Crowley’s yearning and it was terribly moving.

I found the ending of this work most satisfying as well. Although you don’t explicitly describe sexual congress, you nevertheless manage to convey the way in which the two characters have united in a way that seems almost more intimate. 

I believe my favorite bit was: Crowley lets his eyes flutter closed. He stretches out a finger and traces Aziraphale’s jawline. It’s a strange thing, to rediscover a face you know better than your own. To feel with your hands what you hold in your heart. 

I could imagine that scene very clearly. 

I look forward to reading the rest of your work!


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on all of my powers (day after day)

redasapples responded:

thanks so much! I’m glad the imagery worked for you. yes i can imagine that scene too. very clearly. 

 

[AO3] Comment on ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem:

redasapples left the following comment on ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem:

hey this is really hot. i wish i could be more eloquent haha. but it’s like...did you climb into my brain and rummage through for everything that works for me? Ngk. uh. i will also say i really love your writing style, it reminds me a lot of the way aziraphale talks.

you know, in the book.


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem

easterngateguardian responded:

Thank you very much for your kind words. I will claim innocence as to climbing into your brain, but I am glad the themes of my work resonated with you so strongly. Furthermore, I appreciate the compliment to my writing style. I’ve had several people comment that they don’t feel that the more formal tone of my prose fits with the erotic subject matter. Personally, I could not disagree more.

It’s nice to see that someone else finds that proper sentence structure can be “sexy.”

 

[AO3] Comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean)

psammeadtime left the following comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean):

So i found this after michael sheen shared it on twitter and oh MAN. perfect. I adore the slow slow slow burn, it’s so perfect for these two, and i loooove the way you show crowley’s longing and struggle every step of the way. Can’t believe you waited till chapter 12 to have them hold hands and still had me loving every single second of it???? Iconic

 

[AO3] Comment on take this sinking boat and point it home

easterngateguardian left the following comment on take this sinking boat and point it home:

Oh my, I found this simply heartbreaking. I’m not really certain as to why, given that this story has an unquestionably happy ending. Yet something about the situation you’ve set up—the way in which Aziraphale is able to help Crowley with only a few words of comfort—I find that very poignant. It’s a reminder, I suppose, that what may seem small to us can be crucial to others.


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on take this sinking boat and point it home

redasapples responded:

oh, sorry to hear that you found it heartbreaking, not my intention truly. but yeah. If he only knew how much those words can mean….

Now i’m making myself sad haha. 

 

[AO3] Comment on Un Liaison Plus Dangereux

redasapples left the following comment on Un Liaison Plus Dangereux:

Wow. I just have a hard time articulating exactly what it is i love about this. I just really felt like i was there. In the moment. With Aziraphale. 

The bit with the chains was, i don’t know, inspired. I hadn’t thought of...using them, in that way, but now that I’ve read it, I find it hard to imagine anything else.

This whole section:

“Aziraphale clamps the handcuffs around Crowley’s wrists. He can feel a smile rising to his lips, a smile he suspects has a distinctly wicked cast. ‘So,’ he says, turning his back on Crowley, on his widening eyes, on the way his body is rising towards Aziraphale’s—‘so, what shall I do with you now?’ 

Crowley can miracle himself free. They both know this, and they both also know what it means when he does not.

Aziraphale turns back around, allows himself to look at Crowley in the way he’s wanted to for some time now. He takes in that dreadful hairdo, those ochre eyes, that mouth that’s no longer smirking, but hanging slightly open. 

Oh, yes. Crepes aren’t what he’s hungry for. Not anymore.”

It was hmmm how do i say this non-awkwardly. Very appealing. As was what followed.

Sorry this comment turned out kinda long, haha. I figured you probably wouldn’t mind, you seem like you wouldn’t. 

 

[AO3] Comment on Vaster than Empires, and More Slow

SusanPevensieProtectionSquad left the following comment on Vaster than Empires, and More Slow:

I mean, this did NOT move too slow for me. If you catch my drift. Orgasm denial hrnngggggh. Makes the ending worth it in my opinion.

Thanks for sharing!

 


Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

Last night

From: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

My dear Crowley, 

I would certainly apologize for disturbing you last night.

If I thought my actions were the ones that warranted an apology. Really, engaging in self-pleasure out in the open? Instead of in, might I venture to suggest, your bedroom? I’m only glad that your computer screen was not visible and I was unable to view whatever disgusting pornography you were watching.

Really, I’d thought better of you.

I would also recommend investing in a lock.

Cordially,

Aziraphale

 

[AO3] easterngateguardian posted Our Two Bloods Mingled Be

easterngateguardian posted a new work:

Our Two Bloods Mingled Be (1504 words)

by easterngateguardian

Chapters: 1/1

Fandom: Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Rating: Explicit

Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply

Relationships: Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens)

Characters: Aziraphale (Good Omens), Crowley (Good Omens)

Additional Tags: Porn Without Plot, Oral Sex, Wall Sex, Angry Sex, Explicit Consent, Biting, Crowley is an Idiot

Summary: “Oh—” Crowley panted, his hands pinned flat against the wall behind him, his head tilting back to expose the impossibly long line of his neck, as Aziraphale ran his tongue along one sharp collarbone— “oh, please, now, please, I need you now, now, now.”

Aziraphale tightened his grip on Crowley’s wrists. “Say you’re sorry,” he whispered, nipping at Crowley’s ear and grinding his body closer.

Crowley let out a wordless whine.

After a particularly frustrating argument, Aziraphale decides to take matters into his own hands. And mouth.


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

Re: Last Night

From: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com  

Angel,

Don’t they teach you to knock in Heaven?

C

 

[AO3] redasapples posted Six Thousand Candles

redasapples posted a new work:

Six Thousand Candles (1844 words)

by redasapples

Chapters: 1/1

Fandom: Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Rating: General

Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply

Relationships: Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens)

Characters: Aziraphale (Good Omens), Crowley (Good Omens)

Additional Tags: Domesticity, Cooking, Fluff, Established Relationship

Summary: Aziraphale giggled. “You’ve got frosting on your nose—” 

“No I haven’t,” said Crowley.

Aziraphale reached forward and scooped up some frosting with his finger. “Now you have,” he said, depositing the blob on the tip of Crowley’s nose.  

Aziraphale doesn’t have a birthday, but there’s no reason to let that stand in the way of a perfectly good excuse for cake. 

 

[AO3] Comment on Our Two Bloods Mingled Be

redasapples left the following comment on Our Two Bloods Mingled Be:

Oh, gosh, I….I really needed this, thank you so much. Been having a bit of rough personal stuff, lately, nothing really serious, well, i hope not, anyway. But that’s all to say that having this to read really brightened up my day. Your writing always seems to do that, for me.


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

[AO3] Comment on Six Thousand Candles

easterngateguardian left the following comment on Six Thousand Candles:

Oh, my, I do so appreciate your posting this today. I’ve been a trifle frustrated with some...matters, recently, and this was just the pick-me-up I needed. I feel ever so much better now. 

And I must say, that cake sounds delicious. You wouldn’t happen to have the recipe?

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on Our Two Bloods Mingled Be

easterngateguardian responded:

Oh, how remarkably funny, I just left a comment on your latest story. It seems we were both in need of a bit of cheering up. So awfully glad I could oblige.

 

[AO3] Comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean):

LeslieKnopeforMayorofEarth left the following comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean):

Thank you so much for this awesome fic! The level of longing and pining that you brought to the narration was really outstanding, I don’t know if I’ve seen another fic that made me feel like it had been 6000 years in the way that yours did. 

Favorite part: Crowley dreams of Aziraphale’s hair, of the way it curls at the nape of his neck, sun-golden and star-bright, of what it would feel like to run his fingers through it. 

 

Re: Re: Last Night

From: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

My dear Crowley,

Look. I will admit to having overreacted if you will admit that it was far from unreasonable of me to have been disturbed to find you, as I did, half-naked and writhing, out in the open. It’s not as though my presence was unexpected. Or had you forgotten that we’d made dinner plans?

Sincerely,

Aziraphale


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on Six Thousand Candles

redasapples responded:

Ha! That really is funny. Hope you’re doing better now, I know I am.

 

Re: Re: Re: Last Night

From: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

Angel,

Like I’d forget our dinner plans. You were early. 

But I can see my way to calling us even.

C

 

[AO3] Comment on Our Two Bloods Mingled Be

ArchieGoodwinsMilk left the following comment on Our Two Bloods Mingled Be:

YES really hot thank you so much! Love how angry it was. Like there was a ton of pent-up frustration being released, or something.

 


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

[AO3] Comment on take this sinking boat and point it home

generalalloverireland left the following comment on take this sinking boat and point it home:

I found this really uplifting and beautiful, made me realize the power of a simple affirmation. Crowley’s conflict over Falling and how he still carries it with him is so nuanced and interesting, it feels like you’ve really spent time thinking about it (though not 6000 years, haha).

Thank you for sharing!

 

[AO3] Comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean)

easterngateguardian left the following comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean):

This was one of the lengthier fanfiction stories that I have read (I am rather a fast reader, though, not that I mean to brag, or anything of that sort), but I found it entirely worth reading, every word. There were simply so many things that I hadn’t considered Crowley might be thinking, or feeling, or wanting to say...and so many times when Aziraphale was, well, wilfully blind, ignoring what he didn’t want to see. Or didn’t think he should be seeing. I feel rather terrible about that.

 

Re: Re: Re: Re: Last Night

From: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com  

My dear Crowley,

Very well, I believe we can consider the whole matter forgotten. 

We never did get around to dinner, though. If you’re free tonight, perhaps you could come by the bookshop? (Seems the safest way to avoid any further awkwardness.)

Fondly,

Aziraphale


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Last Night

From: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 Angel,

I’ll swing by round eight. 

Oh, while I’m over there, do you mind if I use your computer for a minute or two? Mine’s been acting up and I’ve got something I need to check.

Sent from my iPhone. If there’s typos you can handle it, you’re an adult.


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Last Night

From: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

My dear Crowley,

Eight sounds perfect. And of course you can use my computer.

Affectionately,

Aziraphale

 


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on i am just a broken machine (and i do things that i don’t really mean)

redasapples responded: 

Sorry it took me so long to respond to this comment this time, actually typing this on a friend’s computer, mine’s been acting up. Also sorry to hear that you feel terrible, not like it’s your fault that Aziraphale can’t always see what’s right in front of him, haha.

Glad you enjoyed the story though, means a lot.

 

[AO3] Comment on Vaster Than Empires, and More Slow

LeslieKnopeforMayorofEarth left the following comment on Vaster Than Empires, and More Slow:

Wow! I don’t usually read smut but I made an exception for this one and I’m glad I did! Okay also I have what might seem like a weird question. Have you ever read any of redasapples’ fics? Because in one of theirs (i’ll take your part), there’s a bit where they have the exact same conversation as they have in this one? Like, the same few lines? And it’s not a conversation that’s in the book or anything, I checked, so I just wanted to let you know in case you didn’t know and they copied from you or something. Which I hope didn’t happen, but yours was published first so. I thought I would let you know.

Anyway thank you for the story!

 


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

[AO3] Comment on i’ll take your part (when darkness comes)

easterngateguardian left the following comment on i’ll take your part (when darkness comes):

“I think about it all the time, you know,” Crowley says, not looking, not making eye contact, afraid of what he might see— “About what would have happened. If you’d said yes.”

“Yes to what?” Aziraphale’s tone is so light, unconcerned, as though he has no idea what they’re talking about, no idea what this means to Crowley, what he means to Crowley.

“To running away. With me.”

Aziraphale’s head turns, sharply, then, and Crowley can’t help it, he looks up, and their eyes meet. Aziraphale’s eyes are always beautiful, always clear, and now they’re still beautiful but they’re clouded over with what the hopeful seed inside of Crowley wants to believe is regret. 

“So do I,” Aziraphale says, lighter than a breath, and the hopeful seed stretches out roots in Crowley’s heart, and grows leaves right up into his mouth, so that he can’t even speak an answer. 

It’s funny, because the way I remember that conversation, Crowley didn’t stay to hear Aziraphale say so do I, just panicked and ran off and refused to talk about it any more. 

But. That’s just how I remember it.

Hope your computer’s fixed by now.

 


 

Inbox: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com

 

[AO3] Reply to your comment on i’ll take your part (when darkness comes):

redasapples responded:

No. Nonononono. Hell no. This is not—there’s no way—not a chance— no.

All the ones against the wall nonononono

 

i think you know

From: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

Angel,

Just got a very interesting email. I think maybe I should come over and we should talk.

C

 


 

Inbox: anthonyjcrowley@gmail.com

 

Re: i think you know

From: principalityaziraphale@yahoo.com 

My dear Crowley,

I agree that you should come over. However, I think by now you must be well aware that I don’t think all we should do is talk. 

Expectantly,

Aziraphale

 


 

Recent Works in Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens)

 

Is This Just Fantasy? by easterngateguardian, redasapples

M, M/M, Not Complete

Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

No Archive Warnings Apply, Aziraphale/Crowley (Good Omens)

 

What really happened after the End of the World. 

 

Language: English      Words: 15,199       Chapters: 1/?