Gifts for PazaJJ
List of Gifts
04 Jan 2015
A week after Bond returns from his watery grave in Istanbul, he hears that the once missing list of NATO agents has resurfaced in a quiet neighborhood in Paris, and leaves at once to rectify an error made three months before.
A week after hearing about the explosions at MI6 in London, Q, taking time off from his job at the British embassy in Paris, takes his latest commission--a list of names--back to the mercenary who commissioned the decryption.
Q knows he has hunters after him. The problem is that he doesn't know who all of them are.
It was always about seeing through the illusions we cast to protect ourselves.
Bittersweet by dr_girlfriend for PazaJJ
21 Dec 2014
The first time Bond flirted with Q, it was purely out of self-defense.
The second time Bond flirted with Q was largely manipulation.
The third time Bond flirted with Q, he just wanted to feel something.
The fourth time Bond flirted with Q was out of sheer boredom.
Somehow, flirting with Q became something of a habit for Bond.
And then, it became something else.
Clementine by Fishwrites for PazaJJ
29 Nov 2014
Q had fallen in love with Collioure for the quiet and the colour; James had fallen in love with Q’s expression when he hung the Matisse over the fireplace.
In which Q wears three of James' sweaters at once, because Q before his morning cup of tea is a phenomenon to be studied. (Domestic morning routine in the south of France). Illustrated by bjodoodles.
- Part 1 of Portraits of Citrus