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23 May 2020
Publishing professional Steve Rogers hates flying. Nevertheless, when his boss asks him to represent their small LGBT publishing house at a worldwide romantic writers' conference in the UK, he cannot really say no.
Cue two beautiful weeks in the picturesque English village of Thornton-le-Dale, during the hottest British summer for 50 years. The little bed-and-breakfast he is staying at is gorgeous - as is his fellow guest Bucky, the newly-single hunk staying in the room next door.
The soaring temperatures have got everyone hot-blooded. It looks like it is going to be two weeks of scorching summer days and even hotter summer nights...
25 Apr 2020
Love is hard, and endings are harder. Perhaps what is worst though, is the feeling of having lost out on so many years together. Endings are not the clean, tidy things that you read in books or see in films. In real life, endings are messy - and in Steve's case, it is messier than most.
Dear Bucky is a series of love letters written by Steve Rogers for Bucky Barnes, immediately following on from the events of Dear Steve.
- Part 2 of The Stucky Letters
First Words by elle1991 for Nonexistenz
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Doctor Strange (2016), Thor (Movies)
31 Jan 2020
"Handle me? Who are you? You think you're some kind of sorcerer? Don't think for one minute, you second-rate…"
Everyone was born with their soulmate's first words on their skin, and that nonsense was Stephen's. However, after finding himself at Kamar-Taj, it suddenly made so much more sense.
Not that he agreed with the "second-rate" part, but maybe they were meant to be, after all.
07 Dec 2019
What if Bucky never fell from the train and was never captured or frozen by HYDRA?
"Dear Steve" is a series of love letters written by Bucky Barnes for Steve Rogers, starting in 1945.
- Part 1 of The Stucky Letters
Memento by elle1991 for DiurnalDays
04 Jul 2019
A deadly virus has decimated the world's population. The lucky ones die quickly. The unlucky ones die slowly - becoming increasingly zombie-like and aggressive.
This is the post-apocalyptic world that Steve Rogers wakes up to, after a 4-month medically-induced coma at a military base - his memory gone.
As food supplies run low, he and a handful of other survivors - fellow amnesiacs Bucky and Natasha, along with the mysterious Dr. Banner - are forced to leave the relative safety of the base.
With their memories gone, they have only their instincts, one another, and mysterious mementos they left for themselves prior to their amnesia - objects that they hoped might one day manage to make them remember who they really are...