- Good Omens (TV) (2)
- Cats - Andrew Lloyd Webber (1)
- Devilman (Anime & Manga) (1)
- Good Omens - Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett (1)
- Mystic Messenger (Video Game) (1)
Fandoms: Mystic Messenger (Video Game)
01 Apr 2021
Zen. Gay. There was no way it could be possible, but he’d seen the picture. Sure, Seven was keen on taking advantage of Yoosung’s innocence, but there was no way that anyone could fake a tript that well, not without putting in excessive effort. He’d spent the past two years hoping beyond all hope, just for it to be true. Sure, he wished that Zen had told him or the RFA first, but he probably had his reasons. Maybe it wasn’t even a secret. Maybe Zen thought they all knew already?
He knew it couldn’t have been just nothing. He’d known all along.
also known as the fic my sister bullied me into writing
Fandoms: Devilman (Anime & Manga)
26 Feb 2021
Every action that Ryo had ever taken was a part of a greater plan. Each step forward was thought out to agonizing detail. It was simply his way. Cold. Unfeeling. It was interpreted as cruelty, but he never saw it that way. There simply was no need for feelings when they would only get in the way, and there was no reason to do anything before you knew what would happen. Everything formulaic, everything precise.
Except for Akira.
(yeauh uh they're in love)
(also ryo aint actually a k-pop star i just think he looks like one in dmcb)
(also also my girlfriend helped with the title)
16 Dec 2020
A collection of vaguely related, bite-sized fics that chronicle Crowley and Aziraphale's first holiday season spent together post-Armagedidn't.
(What could be considered my contribution to Drawlight's Advent Calendar challenge.)
24 Aug 2020
He didn't believe him. For the first time in his life, Tugger knew exactly what he wanted, and Mistoffelees didn't believe him, and he was going to lose his mind trying to convince him.
a.k.a. The Rum Tum Tugger confesses to his best friend, and everything goes downhill from there.
Fandoms: Good Omens (TV)
01 Nov 2019
The Bentley has had enough, Crowley has a meltdown, and the two finally realize that they had completely different interpretations of that fateful, "You go too fast for me, Crowley."