mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
My muse has a seriously case of Attention Deficit Oooh, Shiny!

She's currently been wrapped up in the Gundam Wing fandom and the Avatar: The Last Airbender fandom, leaving poor Haven high and dry.

But season three started shooting a few weeks ago, and Eric Balfour and Emily Rose are constantly tweeting photos and updates from the set. Suddenly my muse is all about finishing "Boxes in the Attic." This is a good thing, seeing as I'm down to the final chapter and the epilogue, and I started it early into season two.

I've always known how the story would go. I always knew it was about Nathan's journey, about making peace with his past, with his relationship with his father and his mother, and his developing feelings for Audrey. Obviously this became AU fairly early on as the fic developed its own path away from the series. And while a good deal of the problems have reached a decent amount of resolution within the first couple of chapters, I still feel that there are some things that he'll be sorting out in the last chapter, with the epilogue wrapping everything up. And yes, the goal is to get this finished by the time season 3 starts (which should be some time in June or July).

So! Onward!
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
So that addiction to Pandora I was talking about two entries ago?

Yeah, it's a fully fledged confirmed addiction. I have a Yoko Kanno station now. BECAUSE SHE IS AWESOME. The current track is off of the Cowboy Bebop soundtrack. I'm in music heaven right now.

In other news, I'm writing more fanfiction using the tried and true methods of Word of the Day prompts - for Gundam Wing of all things. I'm also working on chapter 9 of Boxes in the Attic, which will hopefully conclude in chapter 10. I'm finding it a little slow going, if only because most of the major revelations were done in the first few chapters. Hm. I should have started on the ground level.

Anyway.

So yes, I'm still writing. And once Boxes in the Attic is done, I'll start some Haven WOTD fics. The selection from Wordsmith.org is pretty good, and a lot of the words fit the show so ridiculously well that the drabbles more or less write themselves. It's pretty fun, actually. So no, if you were wondering, I have not abandoned Boxes, it's just being difficult and I will finish it when I finish it.
mercy_angel_09: (Seattle Seahawks)
Actually it's a Shock Top Belgian White - but since I usually don't drink beer, this is a big deal.

So the Seahawks are playing the Rams on Monday Night Football, and here's an interesting stat - apparently the Seahawks have the most shutouts on MNF, period. With three, but apparently shutouts on MNF are rare. Or something.

Anyway, things are pretty chill around here. I still need to get at least one more gift for my husband for Christmas, as we generally set a limit of spending $100 on each other. That said, we usually spend no more than $20 per family member, though if we spend less on one person, we can spend more on another. (For example, I spent roughly ten dollars on my baby brother, so I didn't feel terrible about spending $30 on my baby sister.) I still have no idea what to get my parents and my mother has yet to call me back. Well, whatever it is I hope to God that I don't have to order it online. Augh.

Since I got stuff for work done today (still has to be sent out, but I can do that tomorrow), I can spend the rest of the week trying to determine what to get, or just ask my mother to send me a text with ideas. I'm also getting together with [livejournal.com profile] desertkitsune to watch the PNB's The Nutcracker - the theatrical release they did back in 1986. I figure this is the best option as she's never seen a production of The Nutcracker, and we missed the Mid-Columbia Ballet production. After that we'll watch the Christmas episode of Haven and I might have her watch selected portions of A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride. We'll see. I kind of want to have her watch the Christmas episode of Eureka because it's hilariously awesome.

Anyway, methinks its time to watch me some moar foozball.

Go Seahawks!!
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T
Words: 2,081
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: It's an update! Yaaaaaaay! So, summary of November - wrote most of a novel. Plotted out the rest of this story more or less. Survived Thanksgiving with my in-laws wearing an under bust. (Long story short, I kept myself from overeating, huzzah!) Wrote a crack!fic crossover between Haven and Hetalia. (It, uh, makes sense in context.)

Anyway, only a couple of more chapters to go, and I admit, I'm a little sad to think of this ending. No, I'm not going to turn this into some sort of zombie story that should never end, but I might attempt to write something that follows it up. Maybe. We'll see. Anyway, this chapter deals with the sunroom, a room I have always wanted and hopefully, when the time comes for my husband and I to buy a house, we'll get one.

Read it HERE.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
And this one, called A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride which stars Joanna Garcia (from Reba) and then a boatload of people who have been on Haven. (It's a Canadian production, what do you expect.)

Including one Lucas Bryant in an awesomely bad Canadian goose sweater and shaggy hair, as a freelance photographer.

In other words the complete antithesis of Nathan Wuornos, which is of course, the only thing I've ever seen him in. It's refreshing to see him is someone so goofy and lighthearted. He's utterly adorable.

And I will never stop giggling over that sweater.
mercy_angel_09: (America Hetalia)
Title: Town Spirit
Fandoms: Haven, Axis Powers Hetalia
Characters: Audrey Parker, Nathan Wuornos, Great Britain, America, Canada (and Kumajirou)
Rating: K+
Words: 2,146
Warnings: Crossover, crack!fic, speculations
Spoilers: Generic for Haven seasons one and two, none of Axis Powers Hetalia.
Author's Note: So, I was thinking about Audrey's origin, and I started thinking about Hetalia and how you have the Nation-tans, and that maybe Audrey could be some sort of living embodiment of Haven. A Haven-tan, in a manner of speaking. And, uh, the idea of Audrey reacting to Kumajirou forgetting about Canada and voicing his confusion. Because talking animals are a new, even for Haven.

Anyway! Crack!fic ensued. Um, enjoy, I suppose. Oh yeah, one last note, I cleaned up Britain's mouth because I felt that he was trying to make a good impression and swearing like a drunken sailor on leave wasn't going to accomplish that, though he does call America a tosser at one point - though that's pretty tame compared to his usual. So now you can enjoy.

~*~


There were few things in the world more boring than paperwork, and Audrey Parker was currently drowning in a sea of it.  )
mercy_angel_09: (Yoda)
Still accepting Christmas card requests via this entry! Go ahead and drop off a request and an address if you feel so inclined.

And now a meme.

Stolen from both [livejournal.com profile] earthstar_moon and [livejournal.com profile] dqbunny.

1. Think of up to 20 ships you support.
2. List them using descriptions of the characters involved rather than their names.
3. Have your f-list guess as many of the ships as they can.

See tags for the fandoms. That might help a little. I don't think they're too hard, though. )
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T
Words: 2,434
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: So, this is one of those good news, bad news sort of deals.

The good news is that I have a pretty solid outline of the future chapters so hopefully it won't take me too long to get them out.

The bad news is that it's November 1, meaning that I'm starting NaNoWriMo, so I'll be on hiatus for the next month. Expect the next update sometime in December.

Read it HERE.
mercy_angel_09: (Shigure High School Girls!)
I only had one glass of wine with dinner, I SWEAR.

Anyway, I've watched about half of the commentaries for Haven. And they are *hilarious* if you haven't seen them already. Only two of the episodes have cast in on them, "Welcome to Haven" (1.01) and "Ball and Chain" (1.05). Nothing is more hilarious than listening to Eric Balfour, Lucas Bryant and Emily Rose joke about scenes and how they interact with each other in real life. It's a little disconcerting to listen to Lucas Bryant especially, since I've never seen him in anything else and I really only know him as the taciturn Nathan Wuornos. So to hear him laughing and joking with the writers and his cast mates is surprising, but nice.

By far, the best commentary is on "Ain't No Sunshine" (1.08) because Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn are collectively twelve years old and they keep making sex jokes. It was kind of informative in terms of character, because they rather candidly discuss that Nathan is a thirty-something year old man, who hasn't always been numb, and so yes, he's had sex. It's not like Jess was his first time. Hilariously, the two were at odds as to if Jess and Nathan actually did the deed, with Sam saying that yes, they did while Jim was adamant that nothing happened beyond some heavy petting.

I still have commentaries to watch on "The Trial of Audrey Parker" (1.11), "Resurfacing" (1.12) and "Spiral" (1.13). I'm excited by the commentary on "Spiral" in particular, since I'm hoping that they'll discuss some of the choices that they made, and perhaps clear up the timeline. Maybe. Or not. They really do like to tease.

Those bastards.

Aside from that, still dealing with writer's block and trying to plot out this year's NaNo effort (remember, my NaNo LJ is here while my NaNo profile is here - feel free to follow and add). I've recently updated my NaNo LJ to give a little update about what I'm planning for this year. For those of you who will be expecting fic, I'll apologize when the latest chapter of "Boxes in the Attic" is uploaded with a note stating my intended hiatus.

I think that's about it. Things are delightfully boring around here. I'm gearing up for Halloween, though anymore that doesn't involve me hauling boxes out of the closet in the basement and then lugging them upstairs. Instead I show up before dark in costume and do what my parents ask. Pretty simple, really.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan/Audrey Big Damn Kiss)
So I'm having some issues trying to write the latest chapter of Boxes in the Attic. They're cleaning out the dining room, which is more or less a time capsule form the day Nathan's mother died. It's maybe been dusted a handful of times since she passed, but nothing's been moved. I always sort of figured that the dining room could be used as a sort of way for Audrey to really get a feeling of what the day to day live in the Wuornos house was like when Nathan was a child. I really can't work the Audrey angle like I did previously, mostly because you can only say, "I'm Audrey, and Lucy, and who knows how many people I've been before that," before your audience is groaning at you.

And speaking of Haven, I bought the first season on Blu-ray off of Amazon. It was only $25.99, which is a fantastic deal considering that it's usually $49.99, if not more - depending on the retailer, natch. Not that I really needed it, but I really wanted it, and given the price, it would have been stupid to say no. Besides. Commentaries. I am a huge fan of them. I really like the cast commentaries because you get some insight as to how they approached certain scenes and played them a certain way, but the crew commentaries are also good. They explain jokes that you might not catch, or they point out a plot point that will become relevant in future scenes or even even episodes. Most of the "Making Of" featurettes were posted on Haven's home page, so I've already seen them. But it's good to know that I can sit down and watch them whenever I want. I don't think most of them are still up on SyFy.com or Hulu anymore.

In other news, it was time for a layout change. Yes, it's just one of the LiveJournal presets, but I'd really love to get one of Nathan and Audrey - or just of Haven in general. I think I'm going to have to request something from the community, as I've been unable to find anything on my own, and I know that my own powers with Photoshop and CSS are are practically nil. So, at some point I need to make a beg post and hope that someone feels up to the task. I know I can't be the only one in the fandom who wants a custom Haven layout.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, for Audrey's less than chaste thoughts about her partner and Nathan being a bit of a naughty boy
Words: 3,454
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: "How do you make cleaning a kitchen interesting?" was the question I kept asking myself as I wrote this chapter. Frankly, writing a scene about scrubbing bathrooms or a kitchen seems boring, and trying to draw from my own experience really made it boring. (Aside from, you know, the fact that my husband cleans the kitchen...but I have to clean the bathroom so all's fair, I guess?) But I think it gave me an opportunity to explore what the relationship between Nathan and the Chief was like during Nathan's childhood.

That said, I really want to thank my readers. You guys and gals are amazing. Thank you for all of the nice reviews and all of the story alerts. (So many story alerts! Those are what really keep me going - all of the readers anticipating more!) Hopefully this chapter doesn't disappoint.

Read it HERE.
mercy_angel_09: (Seattle Seahawks)
So first of all, fannish things.

I'm trying to construct a rough Haven timeline. I've been rewatching all of the episodes and making notes of events and dates. Someone else in the fandom has started up a fansite to use as a resource for fic - I'm doing it more out of curiosity more than anything else. There are a lot of conflicting information in the episodes themselves. There can be a bit of a hand wave with some facts - one of the common explanations is that most of the town forgot what happened immediately following a certain event. So far the biggest mind screw so far is that in the last episode of season two, there's lots of conflicting information regarding the death of Simon Crocker. It's screwy enough that the date on his tombstone conflicts with statements he makes earlier in the episode. Most of us have decided that we're going to wait until we can get more definitive information. Hey SyFy, here's a thought, get a Haven Timeline up on the official website. Of course that would mean that the writers all agree on the timeline...

Secondly, football.

The Cougs were doing pretty darn good against UCLA yesterday, but their inability to get TDs after getting to the red zone ultimately bit them in the ass. If they had gotten TDs instead of field goals, the Cougs would have won. Also, if they had managed to stop UCLA.

Today's game with the Seahawks and Giants is looking to be a slugfest. I'm going to take a speed shower at half time (in another minute or so) and hopefully Seattle will be able to win this game. It'd be a huge boost for the club. Not that Seattle is doing terrible, it's still early in the season after all, but they need a solid win against a decent team. But it's going to be a lot of back and forth. Both teams are playing well. Not great, if the number of turnovers is any indication, but well enough that they seem to be pretty evenly matched.

Well, the quarter is up and I really need a shower. Ta!
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
So eleven episodes into season 2 of Haven and all I know for sure is that "Holy crap, I love this series." Check any post that has "Haven" as a tag and read the gushing praise for the show. SERIOUSLY.

Anyway, I'm working on chapter six of "Boxes in the Attic," trying to flesh out the character of the Chief through Nathan's memories, which is taking the story down some interesting paths. Primarily chapter six is really starting to show the Chief as someone who could be shaken and rattled, especially if Nathan was involved. The fun part was determining just how competent the Chief was in the kitchen. I already had it in my head that he was good a grilling, but I wondered if he was a chef at all, or if the best he could do was sticking things into the microwave. I placed him somewhere in the middle - there are a few dishes that he's good a preparing, but anything that could be defined as "complex" usually resulted in setting off the smoke alarm. It's been pretty fun to imagine what the Chief was like when Nathan was a kid, as well as give life to his yet to be characterized mother.

I also have this insane urge to do a sketch of Audrey and Nathan. I suppose it would be anime-esque when all was said in done ('cause that's how my art style rolls, apparently) and they'd probably look like they came from an animated show rather than a live action one. Other insane urges include making up a fanmix. I have a ridiculously large amount of music (especially if I raid the HTPC for my husband's music) to choose from, though there are a couple of songs that stand out in particular. The first is "Into the Dark" by Melissa Etheridge, which was used in the ending sequence from "Who, What, Where, Wendigo?" and the other is "Everything You Want" by Vertical Horizon. I suppose it's less of a generic Haven fanmix and more of a Nathan/Audrey fanmix. Seriously, those two need a little musical love. Musical love I'm more than happy to provide. XD

With the season finale on Friday and still no word from SyFy on if it's been picked up for season 3 (never mind that they've already announced that Eureka has been cancelled, while Warehouse 13 and Alphas have already been renewed), I'm starting to worry that it's on the chopping block. Admittedly they seemed a bit gun shy about renewing the series last year, but I had hoped that this year would have a strong enough showing to guarantee that it would easily be renewed. It seems to average around 2 million viewers, which I would consider pretty good for a Friday night. But what has me bothered is that the ratings were consistent for the first and second seasons. While the second season saw a ratings increase, it isn't by a wide enough margin to ensure automatic renewal. They must be watching and waiting for international ratings to determine if the series will get a third season. If it doesn't it's seriously going to suck because according to Eric Balfour, there's *another* serious cliff hanger at the end of "Sins of the Fathers." Because apparently the cliff hanger at the end of "Spiral" was too tame. ::eyeroll:: Actually, that's pure conjecture. Honestly, it's the best way to keep an audience hooked so they'll tune in for the season premier is to leave them wanting resolution to some big, unanswered question raised in the season finale.

In the meantime, I'll amuse myself by writing and coming up with a fanmix for Nathan and Audrey that may or may not make it to the communities. ^^;;
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, for mild language
Words: 2,102
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: Short chapter is short. The chapter is mostly speculation about the nature of the Troubles and what the Chief knew. Mostly my own theories about what's going on in Haven, most likely to be Jossed in next Friday's episode. Such is my life. :eyeroll: Anyway, moving on, hopefully I'll get the ball rolling with more ease in the coming chapters. Apologies about the wait for this one!

Read it here.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, for mild language
Words: 3,288
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: Okay, not to freak any of my readers, but, uh, I'm feeling the steam running out. Now, I'm still have unexplored ideas that I want to work with, and I'm certain I can get a few more chapters from that. But to get through all of the rooms in the house? I may gloss over cleaning the bathrooms. It may prove more entertaining to let you all imagine what the Chief's bathroom looks like. I imagine it looks like my ex-boyfriends - you'd need a biohazard suit to go near it. Anyway, I'm going give this the old college try and see this out to the end, mostly because I feel that there is something about the relationship between Nathan and Audrey can be strengthened by exploring their pasts, together. Annnnnnnnd, I'm rambling. On with the story!

Read it HERE.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan)
We're half way through the second season of Haven and all I'm really sure of at this point is that I want more. Not just the usual, "episodes through the rest of the season" more, the "I really hope we get at least five seasons out of this show, but more would be great, thanks," more.

I'm really not even a fan of Stephen King's work. I can appreciate that impact that he's had on popular culture and literature (and the fact that he says that Stephenie Meyer can't write makes him good in my book), but I've never felt any sort of urge to read his work. First of all, I'm really not a fan of horror novels. I'm just not. Suspense? Drama? Romance? Mystery? Sure, but horror, not so much.

Of course I've seen a few of the films based off of King's work, but for the most part they're really not my thing. Sure, I have a soft spot for The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption, but I've never felt any sort of desire to go delving into King's work. Which to some people is a complete and total travesty, I know.

I suppose I started watching Haven for two reasons. One, it came on immediately following Eureka. Two, they had been promoting the heck out of it for the two or three weeks that Eureka was running before Haven started, piquing my interest. Since it was on immediately following Eurkea and on a Friday night to boot, I thought I'd give it a try. After all, if I didn't like it, I could just turn it off and never watch it again. But there was something magical that happened in the pilot. The characters were well thought out, the actors had great chemistry, and best of all, it left you wanting more. Just what was going on in the little town of Haven? What was with all of the strange things?

It took me all of three episodes before I gleefully dove into the fandom and joined up with the LJ comms, established my ship, and was cheerfully discussing the episodes with other fans. Admittedly, I've only now started writing fan fiction for the series, but I'm pretty happy with what I've produced so far.

Anyway, I keep trying to get more people to watch the show. Really, I should see if I can get [livejournal.com profile] irksnapple to watch it seeing as she's a King fan and will actually get the references they like to slide in. After all, the show is written and produced by a bunch of Stephen King fanboys (and a fangirl, I think?). I know she'd get a kick out of.

And now that I'm done musing about my favorite show at the moment, I'm off to put on make-up and then go and get my hair cut. Because it needs it.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, as in this chapter Audrey and Nathan suddenly become a couple of teenagers
Words: 3,353
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: Okay, it's not Monday, but I count Tuesday morning as "Monday-ish." I was wiped after this weekend and it took me a bit longer to recover than I had originally anticipated. But the chapter is complete, and let me just say that I really like the sudden turn it took. I hadn't really planned on it going the route it eventually did, but I liked it enough and I felt that it really helped move things along. Also, this takes place after "Love Machine" but before "Sparks and Recreation" and let's just pretend Chris never asked Audrey out. (To quote Adam Savage, "I reject your reality and substitute my own!" I also quote Joss Whedon: "There's a time and a place for everything; I believe it's called fan fiction.")

Warning: Major Audrey/Nathan fluffiness with Warm and Fuzzy Feelings.

Read it here.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
Boxes in the Attic
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, just to be safe - I have plans for later chapters.
Words: 3,477
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: Ahhh, chapter two. I've been doing some planning regarding each room, which hopefully means that I won't seize up half way through and leave everyone who has added this story to their alerts hanging. I make no promises, though. A few things to keep in mind - I picked a name for Nathan's mother on a whim, and it just seemed to fit. I have no idea if anyone else has guesses about her name (or if it's even been mentioned on the show - though I'm sure I would have caught it, I've seen every episode at least twice). Anyway, moving on. I wanted her to have a voice and provide some exposition regarding Nathan's mysterious past, which is complete conjecture and will probably be Jossed in coming seasons.

Read it HERE.
mercy_angel_09: (Cuba Hetalia)
So my brother graduated from college today. Only took him seven years, but he did it. His university only gave each graduate four tickets to the event, which meant that I couldn't go down to see him. However, his university was smart enough to broadcast the ceremony live via the internet, so I sat on my couch and sewed the tassel trim on to the caps of my Steampunk costume and watched it on my laptop. I wanted to watch it on the HTPC, but that would have required kicking my husband off of his computer, something he clearly did not want to do. So even though I wasn't sitting in the arena to watch him get his diploma, I got to watch it live online and in real time celebrate with him. I'm sure he's out partying with the family tonight, which hopefully means that my parents are getting along for a change.

Anyway, I think the coolest part of the night was watching an 87 year old World War II vet get his PhD in history. Yes, you read that right. He was a freshman in college when the war broke, and he put his education on hold to join up. After the war he finished his bachelors, got married, and had kids. After his retirement, he decided to further his education, enrolling in a Masters course, ultimately leading him to start for a PhD at age 80. 80 and he started the process of getting a PhD. Seven years later, he got it.

It was awesome. I will admit I got a little misty eyed as the president of Florida International detailed his story. Further more, his wife and three daughters were there to watch this. It was a pretty cool thing to witness.

Anyway, aside from sitting and sewing tassel trim, I've also been researching engagement rings for my latest Haven fic. I had [livejournal.com profile] teamspyder look at them with me in order to get a man's perspective, but also because I really needed a second opinion. You'll read all about the ring in the second chapter of "Boxes in the Attic," but if you're super curious, you can see the inspiration here. Stupid pretty, am I right? I had about four rings the choose from, the main criteria being that it had to look like an heirloom piece. But ultimately this one won out, and will be described, sort of, in the story.

And now back to the writing because I'm feeling inspired.
mercy_angel_09: (Nathan and Chameleon!Audrey Snog)
Boxes in the Attic
Chapter 1, The Storage Room
Pairing/Characters: Nathan, Audrey, hints of Nathan/Audrey
Rating: T, just to be safe - I have plans for later chapters.
Words: 3,060
Disclaimer: As far as I know Haven is owned by Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, and SyFy/Universal. If I did own it...well...I wouldn't be writing fan fiction, would I?
Author's Note: So here it is. A multi-chaptered story. Audrey and Nathan are clearing out the Chief's house, bonding ensues. The goal is to write a chapter for each room in the house (storage room, four bedroom, two bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room, enclosed porch, and a basement). Everyone, please send my muse good juju - she has a tendency to be a bit...well...flighty. The bitch. I'm hoping that I don't run out of steam and actually finish this. (My track record is...less than impressive as far as multi-chaptered stories go. I think it's only fair that I warn anyone who decides to start reading this.)

Read it HERE.


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