It wasn’t what you’d call love at first sight. It wasn’t even like at first sight–in fact, the only first-sight-type-thought he had about Fraser was, “Whoa–red,” and then a lot of things had caught fire.
“Fraser, I’m trapped in a rental cabin, in the middle of a blizzard, dressed like a gay prostitute. If I don’t get drunk enough to forget this ever happened, I will have to kill you.”
I offer this not as an excuse for my behavior under the circumstances, but rather as some small explanation.
‘You have to listen, you have to come with me. You’re not going to get out in time, Will, no one still stationed in Britain is.’
The question of why some stories and authors are popular seems to be going around again, which seems like a good time for me to talk about what you can do to make it more likely that your stories will be popular, and also about the Claw.
Fandom/Genre: Due South, PWP
Pairing/Rating: Fraser/omc, no pants
Warning: Mild kink
Notes: For the porn battle.Â Someday there may be a much longer, plottier version of this story.
Fandom/Genre: LotR, gen
Note: Although this was written for monkeycrackmary’s Minas Tirith drabble challenge, it’s a bit over 100 words.
Due South is a cop/adventure/buddy TV show about a Mountie, two Chicago detectives named Ray, and a wolf: two parts humor, one part magic realism, one part angst, and one part eyecandy.
Quicklinks for the various categories of Due South stories that I recommend:
- Could almost be canon
- Especially funny
- Well-structured stories with a lot of momentum
- Hot like burning
- Perfect character voice(s)
- UniqueÂ — The standard of unique is Sprat’s “Ray is Not Actually Graphing his Relationship with Fraser…” — a story has to be very unusual to go in this category.
- Flawless — Most of the stories in the above categories also go in this one, since I am reluctant to rec flawed stories.