Fandoms: The Grisha Trilogy - Leigh Bardugo
25 Dec 2020
Written for Yuletide 2020.
Baghra and Alina's wildly different perspectives on the Darkling, and how things could have gone if nobody listened to Baghra.
Warning: Baghra is written as a harsh and arguably abusive parent, and this is darkfic about that relationship, with a side of shipping. Everything is terrible (except the parts that are pretty much okay).
Canon divergence pretty much as soon as Alina gets lessons in summoning.
This fic is likely not compatible with King of Scars (or any subsequent work).
Magus misses Schala, and remembers that once, he had a cat.
18 Oct 2020
Spooky cute can only mean one thing in Machineries of Empire: Jedao the Kitten is on the hunt.
Prepare to find out what mayhem a very small cat can unleash on a galaxy-spanning civilization.
Borrow a Corpse by redsixwing for radialarch
17 Dec 2019
AU branching off at the end of Ninefox Gambit, as Cheris' swarm encounters the Coiled Stone swarm just before the carrion bomb.
Cheris engages Kel Bhujal in battle and takes another step toward learning deception.
Thanks to Dreamsatdusk for beta!
02 Jan 2019
Post- Torna the Golden Country fic. Spoilers for that DLC, including in this summary.
Jin recovers Brighid's diary and one more book, and sends them with Addam to Hugo's funeral. Everyone is mourning and (almost) everything is terrible.
Years later, Brighid and her new Driver look at books.
The more I think about this game, the sadder I am about it. So here, have a big ol' parfait of sad.
What if Alina never ran away after Baghra's revelation in Shadow and Bone?
Trapped in the Little Palace, Alina fights to change both her fate and the Darkling's mind before the endless night of the Shadow Fold swallows them whole.
- Part 1 of A Kind of Paradise
Bookmarked by redsixwing
24 Apr 2020
Fandoms: Good Omens (TV)
05 Oct 2019
As soon as Aubrey Thyme, psychotherapist, had opened her office door and seen her new client, Anthony J. Crowley, sitting in her waiting area, she was observing and assessing him. At first glance, she paid attention to the following:
--His clothing was expensive and stylish;
--He wore very strange but noticeable cologne;
--His relationship to the seat he occupied could only, very loosely, be described as “sitting;”
--He looked angry;
--He was wearing sunglasses.
What Aubrey Thyme, a professional, thought, upon first seeing her new client was: you’re going to be a fun one, aren’t you?
Bookmarked by redsixwing
17 Jan 2020