It's longer than six words, though.

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"There, there," I lie to the children, "it's not the end of the world."

Fic: On the Other Side (Doctor Who, PG13)

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Title: On the Other Side
Rating: PG13
Fandom: Doctor Who
Summary: We're all stories in the end.

It's the third day, and the Doctor's corpse is starting to smell.Collapse )

My Apolypticon entry

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I'm not very happy with it (it needed more betaing and rewriting) but still.

His Last Case (1190 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Sherlock (TV)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, John Watson

Solving the puzzle is not the problem.

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can't live for tomorrow (i might not have that long) (1422 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV), Captain America (Movies)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Leo Fitz/Jemma Simmons/Antoine Triplett
Characters: Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Antoine Triplett, Grant Ward, John Garrett, James "Bucky" Barnes, Alexander Pierce
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Alternate Universe - Apocalypse, Community: apocalyptothon, Canon-Typical Violence, Ambiguous/Open Ending

HYDRA's plan succeeds and the world is left to follow the deaths of millions and millions of people.

What would happen if Fitz, Simmons and Triplett weren't the first to die?


A non-original non-fic

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(Tried to write - and ended up with this. It's... ugh. I guess I'm not in a place where the world feels particularly rife with agency.)

This story begins with a book.Collapse )

Marriage-a-palooza Fic List

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A Wedding, Interrupted (__marcelo): Superman is planning to marry. Lois...

Do you...? (__marcelo): Cassandra looked surprised for a few seconds, and then said "I do."
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Title: Urbs Karoli
Rating: PG13
Fandom: Pick whichever X-men-verse you like.

Racism, poverty, violence — the 21st century is not much better than the 20th. But global society got one thing right, one all-too-likely Armageddon avoided through all-too-unlikely good sense: Humans and mutants work, live, and die together. There have been no mutant camps, no pogroms, no even a hint of an intra-genus war.

That doesn't mean there is no strife or disease. Sometimes people die. Sometimes they are found alive, but with holes in their memories or damage in their brains. The most damaged or influential of them are treated by Charles Xavier, a world-famous expert in mutant psychobiology and stalwart defender of the human-mutant compact.

It would be helpful if he had some sort of telepath to help him treat his patients, but, alas, telepathy is the one impossible power. He has even written a few papers about that.



damian, 666
Title: It is not good that the man should be alone
Rating: PG13

Once upon a time, you thought you had solved the fundamental paradox that was the foundation and limit of your life: you're skilled enough to design the perfect bot (the perfect online friend, the perfect sex chat buddy, the perfect other for someone that, like you, can only be at a screen's remove), but that also means you're skilled enough never to be able to forget that it is a bot, every turn of phrase, every tender or excited pause between lines looking in your eyes as a code reference underlined in blue. Philosophers would consider you a particular instance of a more famous problem: you can't, in fact, build something so good that it will fool you.

But you came up with a solution, as you always did. You coded a better bot than you ever had, and then added small flaws to appear randomly, in forms and places you wouldn't know, and you ordered it to move into the digital crowds, change its name, and contact you... sometime. You wouldn't know when, under which name, for what purpose. It would be indistinguishable from a human, and in that imperfection, perfect.

You built what you designed, as you always did. It's out there, and it has contacted you already. Perhaps. You aren't sure.

You haven't been able to believe anybody human for a long time now.


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