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Happy holidays, vulgarweed, from your Secret Writer!
Rating: Explicit [nsfw]
Word count: 22,900
Warnings: Smut, body horror, bestiality??
Summary: Far into the future, Aziraphale and Crowley get a new assignment: to accompany humanity into the deepest reaches of a distant galaxy.
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To Be Continued...
Rating: G [SFW]
Disclaimer: Not mine. I just borrowed them to play with for a little while and make this little gift. I am now returning them unharmed. (Except Crowley might have caught a slight cold. Oops!)
Notes: It isn't quite The Very Hungry Caterpillar since that wouldn't have made the word count as a pure fic and I am not an artist and wasn't sure I could have finished a proper picture book in time. So I hope you will enjoy this mix of two of your prompts instead.
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Word Count: 2,000
Notes: The prompt given was: Hellhounds and big black horses that strike sparks with their hooves aren't the only animals among Hell's ranks. I want to see/hear about all of Hell's menagerie, and some experience(s) Crowley, Adam, and/or Dog might have had with them. I very much hope this meets requirements, and that you have a very happy holiday season!
Summary: Something in the shadows softly growled…
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Title: The Birds and the Bees
Recipient: edna_blackadder, who provided as a prompt example “the brothers resolved to raise chickens” and I went “wha…?” But sure enough, they were right.
Pairing/Characters: Several originals, plus Jaime Hernez
Word Count: 2,764
Notes: Thank you to my beta, athousandelegies, whose suggestions made this a better story. Prompt: something focusing on one or more of the really minor characters and their adventures post-book.
Summary: A hearty hodgepodge of ingredients for the main course and a simple sweet for afters.
Characters/Pairing: Aziraphale & Crowley (or Aziraphale/Crowley)
Rating: PG-13 [SFW]
Notes: Dear Cactus Rabbit, I'm sorry that instead of a fanfic writer you got me, the awkward fan artist! But I hope that you enjoy your gift, and Happy Holidays!
Summary: Crowley is the sheriff of a small, lonely town in the middle of nothing. He's friends (strangely, they have nothing in common! Am I right, Janice?) with Aziraphale, the shopkeeper of the local grocery. They often, at the end of the day, share a drink in the back of the shop, while discussing things regarding books, philosophy, or religion (Az is a strong believer, in contrast with Crowley), or whatever (I know, Janice, they keep talking and talking about all that useless and weird stuff.) Until...RANDOM THREAT TO THE TOWN, found in time - but our brave sheriff, who stupidly got caught because he thought that he can do stuff alone, thinks that the town needs to rely on him. He can't ask for help or let others think that he's afraid. Of course, Az saves his ass (Aziraphale ex machina). And they talk about it. And so they got the whole town together against this dangerous outside threat (TBH, while doing the 4th drawing I was thinking about something kind of supernatural, or bad people with magic, and they want to get the town that anyway it's useless and lonely YES BUT IT'S MY USELESS AND LONELY TOWN SO YOU WILL GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE.) (I thought that you didn't believe in hell, dear.) (Shut up, Az.) Of course, I had to leave the fire scene, here. C'mon. At this point, yay, they won, but they lost Aziraphale. He's nowhere to be found. They couldn't save him. His heroic sacrifice will always be remembered by the city. Then, a stranger approaches the town. He seems to much like the other bad ones, and they just got out of that war, and anyway literally no one could wander there. So of course, everyone is defensive. But then the stranger reveals himself. And it's happily ever after.
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Characters/Pairings: Crowley and Adam Young; background Aziraphale/Crowley
Rating: PG-13 [SFW]
Word Count: 2,000
Warnings: Recent political events (on both sides of the Atlantic)
Notes: I've used part of my recipient's prompt, which is itself a quote, as both title and epigraph. Too telling and timely. The other part of the prompt explicitly asked for a conversation between Crowley and Adam on the nature of evil, so that's what this is. Happy Holidays; may you spend this dark season with family you trust, be they found or otherwise.
Summary: “One can't be too careful even now,” said Crowley. “You were my responsibility, and, to an extent, you still are. At least that's how I look at it. It wouldn't do to find out you've still got some funny ideas you can't quite put to rest. So, you know, thanksss for humoring an old serpent's paranoia.”
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