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Title: Pull the Stars from the Sky (5/10)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/Sherlock
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: ~7,800 (this chapter, ~32K total so far)
Warnings: PTSD, drug addiction issues. WIP.

Summary: It’s the fall of 2000, and to help him out after his military career has ended due to injury, John Watson’s sister Harriet gets him a job as US tour manager for rising star of the industrial scene and enfant terrible, Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock’s not long out of rehab and there are plenty of doubts as to whether he’s serious about recovery. Plus, the music industry is shaking in its boots over the Napster mess. All John has to do is keep the money coming in and make sure his star doesn’t screw things up. After the army, that should be easy, right?

Author's Note: There are a lot of people who've helped with this: thanks to my fantastic betas emmadelosnardos, greywash, ardatli, and miraculousspaceship who have set me straight more times than I can count, already. Any mistakes are mine and not theirs. Also thanks to my Britpicker nichellen, and abundantlyqueer for soooo much military information and patience with my multitude of questions. And thanks to my anonymous music insider, you know who you are.

Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5
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First off, chapter 5 is off to the betas! Hoping to post this weekend.

Also: several folks asked about what happened when Sherlock spent the night in Irene’s room. This is… not that scene. But it is what happened the day after the mirror-writing at the end of Chapter 3, when Sherlock and Irene spent the morning together.

Written almost entirely at the behest of [personal profile] greywash, who wanted to see Sherlock and Irene being girlfriends. ;)

(Entirely unbetaed. So, you know.)

Language, frank discussion of sex--what else do you expect of these two? )
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Title: Pull the Stars from the Sky (1/10)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/Sherlock (eventually)
Rating: NC-17 (eventually)
Word Count: ~5,000 (this chapter)
Warnings: PTSD, drug addiction issues. WIP.

Summary: It’s the fall of 2000, and to help him out after his military career has ended due to injury, John Watson’s sister Harriet gets him a job as US tour manager for rising star of the industrial scene and enfant terrible, Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock’s not long out of rehab and there are plenty of doubts as to whether he’s serious about recovery. Plus, the music industry is shaking in its boots over the Napster mess. All John has to do is keep the money coming in and make sure his star doesn’t screw things up. After the army, that should be easy, right?

Author's Note: There are a lot of people who've helped with this: thanks to my fantastic betas emmadelosnardos and greywash, who have set me straight more times than I can count, already. Any mistakes are mine and not theirs. Also thanks to abundantlyqueer for soooo much military information and patience with my multitude of questions. And for my anonymous music insider, you know who you are.

Read at AO3.

Yup. It's started. :)
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Title: "Denial"
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/Sherlock
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 6,500 (total)
Warnings: Angst, non-graphic violence
Summary:
de·ni·al (dĭ-ni´il) n. Psychology. An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.
Author's Note: Thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] roseredhoofbeats and [archiveofourown.org profile] emmadelosnardos not only for the beta work but also for listening to me whinge when John and Sherlock weren't behaving themselves properly. Third in the series Defence Mechanisms.


Read at AO3 or FF.net.

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Title: "Sublimation"
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/OFC, John/Sherlock
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 5,200 (total)
Warnings: References to drug abuse.
Summary:
sub·li·ma·tion  [suhb-luh-mey-shuhn]:
1. Psychology. the diversion of the energy of a sexual or other biological impulse from its immediate goal to one of a more acceptable social, moral, or aesthetic nature or use.
2. Chemistry. the act, fact, or process of converting a solid substance into a vapour through the application of heat.
Author's Note: Thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] roseredhoofbeats and [archiveofourown.org profile] emmadelosnardos for the beta and the hand-holding. Emma helped me get the science straight. Any remaining errors are my fault. Second in the series Defence Mechanisms.


Chapter 1: Diversion at AO3.
Chapter 2: Vapour at AO3.

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Title: "Displacement"
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/OFC, John/Sherlock pre-slash
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: ~8,000 (total)
Warnings: Identity confusion, genderplay, some angst. WIP.
Summary:dis·place·ment [dis-pleys-muhnt]: Psychoanalysis. the transfer of an emotion from its original focus to another object, person, or situation.
Author's Note: Extra thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] roseredhoofbeats and [archiveofourown.org profile] emmadelosnardos for the beta and the hand-holding. Also thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] suchanadorer who wrote the fantastic "What He Likes" and triggered this whole thing in my head. First in the series Defence Mechanisms.



Read at AO3.

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Title: "Displacement" (2/?)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/OFC, John/Sherlock pre-slash
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 1,700 (this chapter)
Warnings: Identity confusion, genderplay, some angst. WIP.
Summary:John's not ashamed of her, precisely. She's a perfectly lovely woman in her own right. Gorgeous, in fact. More than that even, the cause of some of the hottest sex he's ever had in his life. Which is precisely why he can't bring her home.
Author's Note: Extra thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] roseredhoofbeats for the beta and the hand-holding.

Read Chapter 2 at AO3, or from the beginning.

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Title: "Displacement" (1/?)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): John/OFC
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 1,900
Warnings: Identity confusion, genderplay, some angst. WIP.
Summary:John's not ashamed of her, precisely. She's a perfectly lovely woman in her own right. Gorgeous, in fact. More than that even, the cause of some of the hottest sex he's ever had in his life. Which is precisely why he can't bring her home.
Author's Note: Extra thanks to [archiveofourown.org profile] roseredhoofbeats for the beta and the hand-holding. I have now officially posted smut on the internet. I hope you're all proud of yourselves.

Read at AO3.

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Title: "The Short, Strange Life of Doctor John Watson"
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): Spoilers, but there is one.
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: ~4,000
Warnings: Some possible squick, if you look at it crossways.
Summary: A followup to "The Mystery of the Runaway Bride" (although not essential to read first). What John Watson REALLY did before the war: we discover how John Watson wound up where he is now, and who he left behind to get there.
Author's Note: Thanks to [personal profile] abundantlyqueer for encouraging me in my John Watson is a BAMF campaign. And for giving me a great line to steal. ;)

Read at AO3.

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So I've been brainstorming quite a bit this weekend. I've got several stories lined up for my Doctor Who/Sherlock universe (tentative series title: "The Two Doctors"). No guarantees on timelines, but I'm eager to get to work on these.
  • "Mayhem in Mayfair" - A new case for Sherlock and John, involving some strange happenings in a posh corner of London. The boys are contacted by a Doctor Martha Jones of UNIT because she needs their help.
  • "The Third Doctor" - Donna and her new travels with the Doctor and the Ponds. Someone has got a bounty on Time Lords, and the TARDIS team needs to find out who.
  • "The Short, Strange Life of Doctor John Watson" - How John wound up where he is today.
  • "Texting and Scones" - Donna texts John while on her travels.
My brain is a very very happy place right now. :) I THINK "Mayhem in Mayfair" is next up, but I'm not certain yet.

Hm. Somewhere in here, I'm supposed to be writing original fiction for a writing contest. Deadline's the 25th.
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Title: "The Mystery of the Runaway Bride" (Chapter 6 & Epilogue)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): Mild John/OC
Rating: PG for language
Word Count: ~13,000 (whole work)
Warnings: Spoilers through "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The End of Time" (Doctor Who)
Summary: Donna Noble has had some troubling experiences that she's unable to explain. So she turns to the internet's most famous detective for help. Set between "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The Hounds of Baskerville".
Author's Note: Huge thanks to [personal profile] eve_doodle for the comments and ideas. And for pointing out where I fell on my face. :)

Read Chapter 6 or from the beginning at AO3.

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Title: "The Mystery of the Runaway Bride" (Chapter 5)
Author: [personal profile] roane
Pairing(s): Mild John/OC
Rating: PG for language
Word Count:1700 (this chapter)
Warnings: Spoilers through "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The End of Time" (Doctor Who)
Summary: Donna Noble has had some troubling experiences that she's unable to explain. So she turns to the internet's most famous detective for help. Set between "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The Hounds of Baskerville".
Author's Note: Huge thanks to [personal profile] eve_doodle for the comments and ideas. And for pointing out where I fell on my face. :)

Read Chapter 5 or from the beginning at AO3.

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Author: [personal profile] roane aka [personal profile] fear_the_squee
Rating: PG for language
Word Count: 8500-ish
Warnings: Spoilers through "A Scandal in Belgravia" (Sherlock) and "The End of Time" (Doctor Who)
Summary: Donna Noble has had some troubling experiences that she's unable to explain. So she turns to the internet's most famous detective for help. Set between "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The Hounds of Baskerville".
Author's Note: This has been more fun than I can possibly describe. Huge thanks to [personal profile] eve_doodle and [personal profile] in_lighter_ink for betaing and encouragement. Almost done now, guys. If you read the earlier chapters, you might still want to read all of this, because a lot of stuff changed.

Chapter 1: Our story begins, and one of our heroes is mistaken for someone else. )

 

Chapter 2: In which there is flirting and blackmail. )

 

Chapter 3: In which bad things happen to good people. )

 

Chapter 4: In which several things become clear. )
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Title: "Five Things the Doctor Has in His Room"
Pairing(s): Several implied.
Rating: G
Word Count: 600
Warnings: Angst. No spoilers, per se.
Summary: Of course the Doctor has a room. And there are reasons he almost never goes in there.
Author's Note: I am immensely grateful to the Tardis Index File, Netflix, and matrixarchive at Dailymotion for help refreshing my memory of certain details.

There are things there, things he couldn't bear to leave behind—he, who has left behind so many things. )
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Author: [personal profile] roane
Rating: PG for language
Word Count: 1500-ish for this chapter
Warnings: Spoilers through "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The End of Time" (Doctor Who)
Summary: Donna Noble has had some troubling experiences that she's unable to explain. So she turns to the internet's most famous detective for help. Set between "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The Hounds of Baskerville".
Author's Note: Oh my god, I've written 3000 words this weekend. I haven't done that in ages.

Mycroft smiled a thin, condescending smile, the one that said 'I'm a man in desperate need of a punch in the mouth.' )
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Author: [personal profile] roane
Rating: PG for language
Word Count: 1500-ish for this chapter
Warnings: Spoilers through "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The End of Time" (Doctor Who)
Summary: Donna Noble has had some troubling experiences that she's unable to explain. So she turns to the internet's most famous detective for help. Set between "A Scandal in Belgravia" and "The Hounds of Baskerville".
Author's Note: First fic in years. I love that the worlds of Doctor Who and Sherlock are so close in a lot of ways. I want to see how I can make them fit together.

The woman at the door was ginger-beyond-ginger, about my height and age. Smartly dressed in suit and heels, as if she'd just come from the job at a posh office. She looked vaguely familiar, but I couldn't think from where. )

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