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21 April 2010 @ 01:18 am
Summary:
Eight years after they part ways, Rachel and Jesse meet on Broadway.
Rating: G
Status: Complete
Spoilers: Spoilers up to (kind of) Hell-O.

Author's Notes:
The only guy we've seen that I could envision in a lasting relationship with Rachel Berry is Jesse St. James. And the only way I could see them happening naturally and without the silly obstacles we have right now is if we set them in the future, a little less crazy. Hence this story!

I wanted to post this before The Power of Madonna aired, so if you're reading this after, please realise that this is with barely existent knowledge of where this show is going to go with every character. And also realise that I've written this out in my head twenty or thirty times, but I keep forgetting tiny things here and there - so if you think this is rushed, or if you come back in a bit and see edits around this story, you know why.

And finally - this story isn't narrative/with a storyline so much as it's basically a string of the little things that take place within this set-up. I feel like that warning is necessary.

He knows they will either be cast together or not at all around halfway through their audition together.Collapse )
 
 
19 December 2009 @ 01:09 am
Summary:
Jim/Pam. Moments between The Job and when they start dating. They take it slow.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: Spoilers up to The Job.

Author's Notes:
The assumption is that Jim and Pam took their time, because hey, it took them long enough anyway.

-

'welcome back,' she greets.Collapse )
 
 
15 October 2008 @ 09:15 pm
Summary:
Brief introspection set to numbers; thirteen parts to The Job.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: Spoilers up to The Job.

Author's Notes:
I've been sitting on this for over a year, and then I rewrote two parts (ten and eleven) and frankly a lot of this has a lot more significance for me, from the numbers to the incidences themselves, than anything else I've ever written for fandom so far, and I hope it works. (: Tell me what you think!

She writes.Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: artistic
 
 
16 March 2008 @ 09:30 pm
Summary:
Money - or How the People Who Bring the Office Documentary to a Television Near You Get Their Salaries. | Five glimpses at people who work behind the scenes on our favourite documentary about a paper company.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: Spoilers up to Money.

Author's Notes:
This is rubbish. I know it is. I wrote it in less than a day because rachel_lupin is awesome and she deserves to have something dedicated to her for her birthday - no matter how terrible it is. This was fun, anyway, and I'm considering having follow-ups. Behind the scenes is kind of fascinating.

Money
or How the People Who Bring the Office Documentary to a Television Near You Get Their Salaries

PART ONE:
How They Know He Loves Her

they break her heart. they really do.Collapse )
 
 
Current Music: Rilo Kiley - Portions for Foxes
 
 
Summary:
Jim and Pam, going through the motions - from the night of to six months after.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: Spoilers up to The Job.

Author's Notes:
Oh, the fluff, it hurts my teeth. And the cheese - you'd better not be lactose-intolerant. 

I started writing this some time in the week following my euphoria after The Job, and the last time I wrote something for this was roughly four days ago. I'm still not convinced it's the best, but I gave myself a deadline, and - hey, it's not dreadful.

Extreme amounts of love who offered to read it through during its early stages, especially to rachel_lupin who stuck to it till the end. Without her this would definitely not have been here.



it's *simple*.Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: Death Cab for Cutie - What Sarah Said
 
 
 
26 February 2007 @ 11:13 am
Summary:
I didn't say I can't.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: none.
Word Count: 100

Author's Notes:
Completely random; two minutes, one read-through [rachel_lupin is all kinds of awesome], one edit, and 100 words - clearly a first for someone like me.

She stands in the rain for a while. It seems fitting. She's cold and wet and so sad. She deserves to be happy, she's thinking; when she turns and sees him.

It slips out though she holds it in. Internship, she's thinking, New York, New York; loveyoutoolateI'msorry she says but it'strue, it'strue, it's true.

Then she's running, running. She climbs into the car and sticks the key into ignition; presses on gas so hard it's like she's started to move even before the wheels.

Her cellphone rings.

Pam. A breathy chuckle.

She shouldn't have said -

I didn't say I can't.
 
 
20 January 2007 @ 12:42 pm
Summary:
She's broken the ice the silence and
She waits.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]
Spoilers: Spoilers up to Back from Vacation.

Author's Notes:
When this started it was more because I needed to write something than anything else, but it gradually moved to something that started to make sense and - this is what I ended up. I actually like it, even though I'm usually a punctuation nut and this has basically none of that, and I didn't spend so much time on it, and...there are always a million reasons not to do something, but I wanted to post this.

Anyway, the format of this is completely intentional, but I've had mixed responses to it. Please tell me what you think!


- but what had he expected from her [from boring old almost-anderson beesly?]Collapse )
 
 
13 January 2007 @ 11:22 am
Summary: A patchwork quilt story of Pam and Jim, S3 and onwards, told in ones and twos.
Rating: G
Status: Complete [one-shot]

Author's Notes:
Something I wrote for yankeeficswap. It's been received a lot better than I expected it to be so I'm posting this someplace else, now. ;)

Pam's favourite number is two.Collapse )
 
 
28 October 2006 @ 08:33 pm
Summary: The smallest of moments, the biggest of developments - or were they more of realisations than anything?
Rating: G
Length: 1, 386 words
Status: Complete [one-shot]

Author's Notes:
A little more abstract than most fics, meaning you have to guess a little about what came in between, and at least try to understand what I'm saying - I tried a different style of writing, and I want to know how it works. That means read and review, please. This will probably determine whether I post it at fanfiction.net or not.

This is totally un-edited, because me posting this was spur of the moment. I was meaning to go do my homework, but I looked at this story sitting on my hard drive, and I had to get it out my system [pun not intended]. This is also totally un-edited because I wrote this in thirty-five minutes.


Everyone in school knew it before they did.Collapse )
 
 
28 October 2006 @ 11:44 am
The Shoebox Project: Phil's Neon Sign: Locker Conversation

Summary: So here it is, The Shoebox Project [OK, OK, I ripped that straight from the fanfiction story you love so much online...but I got nothing.]. I figured you'd like looking through all this yourself.
Rating: G

'Must be blind,' he says, grinning. 'But if it makes you feel any better, I didn't realise, either.'Collapse )