Fic: Ghost

Oct. 17th, 2009 02:51 pm
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Title: Ghost
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Near, Mello, Hal
Warnings: Just Mello's potty mouth.
Word Count: 1090
Summary: Near has held imaginary conversations with Mello before, but it's unsettling when Mello starts answering.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] dn_contest's "hallucination" week. This is sort of a prequel to Wind, and is set in the same 'verse.

Play your memory like a piper )
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Written for [livejournal.com profile] dn_contest, again. :D

Titles: Big Exit, Clay Feet, Justice and Mercy, Between the Lines
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 4 x 100
Characters and/or Pairings: Mello/Matt, L, Near, Halle

Morning awaits at the end of the world )

More WIP

May. 12th, 2008 12:22 pm
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(Working) Title: Wind
Rating: PG-13ish for now
Word count: About 2300 for this chapter
Spoilers: For everything; is post-one-shot.
Summary: The title still wears Near instead of the other way around, but a new case forces him to re-examine what it means to be L.

Chapter 1 | Chapter 2

Chapter 3 )

Wee!fic

Mar. 30th, 2008 06:18 pm
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Title: Morning of a New World
Rating: G
Summary: It would be understatement bordering on absurdity to call Near the strangest boss he's ever worked for.
Word count: 710
ObDisclaimer: Not mine!

Notes: GevannixNear if you want to see it, or just friendship if you want to see that. I myself am not quite sure which is really is. :-) All my WIPs had started to seem grim (even the pronz), so I decided to write something shorter and a little more lighthearted.

The boy with the weight of the world in his hands )
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Progress is being made! :-)

Title: Wind (may change)
Rating: PG-13ish
Word count: About 2700 for this chapter
Summary: The title still wears Near instead of the other way around, but a new case forces him to re-examine what it means to be L.

Chapter 1 here

Chapter 2 )
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Something about this story has me second-guessing myself all over the place. I put in subplots, and take 'em out, and put 'em back in. I mess mess mess with it, and still feel half-tempted to throw my hands up and trash the whole thing. Difficult plot is difficult.

So I have a question for you, my lovelies: Doing it wrong: y/n? (I'm very thick-skinned when it comes to my writing [been doing it since I was 5, yo], so don't hesitate to say something isn't working. I won't cry!) OOH! And I think some of the actual plot is going to change, but it doesn't affect this section too much.

Start o' the WIP )

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