In light of Livejournal’s rather alarming new Terms of Service/User Agreement and the many legitimate concerns users have about affiliating with it, and also in light of the spam that’s been plaguing us for years, the GOE mods have decided we will create a Good Omens Exchange mirror community at Dreamwidth, and that is where the exchange will be hosted in 2017.
Dreamwidth allows for easy importation of all posts and comments, so we plan to do that, so the GOE Archive going back to 2005 will stay intact and the transition should be fairly seamless. We have no plans to delete this Livejournal archive at this time - we’ll certainly let you know if that changes - but we will not be adding to it next season.
For our final gift at Good Omens Exchange 2017, we've got a story and artwork as a gift for the unsung heroes of every exchange - the pinch-hitters! Those who do double duty and those who step in without expecting anything in return, those who go above and beyond . . . THANK YOU!
Title: Simply Having a Wonderful Christmastime Word Count: 15,313 Pairing: Aziraphale & Crowley Tags:#fluff#Christmas#ace/platonic relationship #adorableness#domesticity#SO MUCH FLUFF DEAR LORD HELP ME #itty bitty bit of angst because I’m me and I can’t help myself Warnings: none Summary: Crowley decides Aziraphale needs to celebrate Christmas properly this year.
Title: The Peanut Greenery Recipient: alphacentauri Characters/Pairings: House Plants, Aziraphale/Crowley Rating: G Notes: I had way too much fun drawing Crowley's nosy plants. What a lovely prompt!! Happy GOE!!!
Art: Untitled, but Cosmic Rating: SFW Prompt: any/all characters, David Bowie was the glue holding the universe together…the fabric of reality is unraveling without him. Does someone have to undertake a Journey To the Underworld/His Home Planet to bring him back, or is David Bowie always alive in our hearts? Yes, this is crack, but like…make it serious crack. Crack with *depth*. Like I gotta be appreciating the David Bowie-ness of it, but it's gotta like…take its own premise seriously, you know? Basically, keep with the tone of the book.