niki_chidon: (Pros)
Drabble meme

1) Write a drabble in your first fandom
2) Write a drabble in your newest fandom
3) Write a drabble in a fandom you've never written fic for.

Distractions from NaNo )
niki_chidon: (Lewis)
Title: The Key that Opens is the Key that Rusts
Writer: Niki
Fandom: Lewis
Disclaimer: Colin Dexter and ITV own the actual characters; Aisha, Clem and Gleed belong to my subconscious mind; the rest are my fault.
Characters: Lewis, Hathaway, Hobson, Innocent, original characters (pre-slash Lewis/Hathaway if you have your slash goggles on)
Genre: Case fic
Rating: NC-17 for the subject matter
Beta: [livejournal.com profile] lygtemanden (Contestant for the Fastest Beta Ever award!)
Warnings: Contains non-graphic references to rape and murder of children.
Wordcount: 8571
Notes: I had been looking for a story that could link Morse and Lewis, maybe a case spanning decades. Then I had a dream, which was this story, and it was coherent and made sense even after waking up! I couldn't wait to write it down. It honestly took me hours to realise how grisly and horrible the whole thing was and to think about what a messed up thing it was to dream about.

In the end, I didn't want to write a story about Morse failing to solve a case so it ended up having less and less to do with him.

My entry for [livejournal.com profile] lewis_challenge
Summary: A case that Morse and Lewis never actually worked on resurfaces, and Lewis and Hathaway must solve it

The Girl Who Died )
niki_chidon: (B13)
Title: Flying
Writer: Niki
Fandom: Banlieue 13
Medium: Fic
Rating: G
Genre: gen
[livejournal.com profile] schmoop_bingo prompt: friendship
Summary: They are flying over the rooftops of Paris.

A game of tag through the rooftops of Paris )
niki_chidon: (Default)
Yeah, sorta late with this. RL. (And chronic laziness.)

Things I got:

In [livejournal.com profile] cap_ironman Secret Santa, Everyone's a Critic by [livejournal.com profile] grand_duc, a Steve Rogers/Tony Stark (Captain America/Iron Man) story with scrap books. It's adorable, funny and just all in all a delightful read.

In Yuletide I got three stories for three of my four fandoms!

The Whelp by Val Mora - a beautiful, beautiful story that might just be the first fic ever about Wulf and Eadwacer. And seeing that the source is a poem of some twenty lines, you should just go read the story. It is awesome.

Worth It by Franzeska for Miami Vice (TV), a wonderful insight to the episode "Better Living Through Chemistry" and Sonny and Rico's relationship. There is not enough love for this little fic in the archive so go ahead and appreciate it!

Sleeping Arrangements, also by Val Mora, for Banlieue 13 (which is a kick-ass movie you should totally watch anyway) which is sweet and hurty and just begging for a sequel.

Things I made:

I drew an untitled picture for [livejournal.com profile] muccamukk who was polite enough to like it (or at least say so;)

Here, you can take a look behind the fake cut, too. )

I wrote Not Even Duct Tape Could Fix This Day A MacGyver gen fic for Lightcudder. She offered no prompt beyond the fandom and the character so I debated for weeks whether I should write a fun little gen story or an epic gay love story... ;) One day I will write the epic gay story, too, for "Trumbo's World", just you wait. But for now, there is Mac trying to watch his ice hockey game and the universe conspiring against it.

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