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From [personal profile] tryslora. I'm not actually linking to the fics, or telling you who they're about, or anything, because I'm lazy. Theoretically they're my most recent 21 fics, but I'll likely skip over drabbles.

Also, there is no definition of what constitutes "first line". I'm assuming it's probably meant to be the first sentence, but I reserve the right to change that if it suits me.

Because I do what I want.

21 First Lines )
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I wrote some holiday drabbles for [personal profile] tryslora. She said if I posted them, she would flail, so here they are. (Can't really post them on AO3 because only one of them is truly fanfic.)

Even though it's only 400 words total... )
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This is a piece I wrote recently that I'm particularly proud of, so I'm actually bothering to post it here.

After the Storm (1896 words) by faviconeternaleponine
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Clint Barton/Natasha Romanov
Characters: Clint Barton, Natasha Romanov
Summary:

Love is for children. Natasha was never a child. And yet...

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White Blank Page (823 words) by faviconeternaleponine
Chapters: 1/10
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Rating: Mature
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Clint Barton/Natasha Romanov
Characters: Clint Barton, Natasha Romanov, Nick Fury, Maria Hill
Summary:

Black Widow was not easily broken. Natasha Romanoff is not easy to mend.



Thank you to [personal profile] tryslora and [personal profile] whetherwedance for the beta! (Also [personal profile] rikibeth although mostly she just got punched in the feels.)
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Not content with writing 3500 words for my Camp NaNo novel, I had to finish up a fic I started a while ago. It was a very silly idea I came up with while in the shower one day, and decided to go for it. It can't be all angst, all the time, right? *g*

(I really do need to create an icon for these two, considering I have two other fic ideas already, so it's unlikely I'm going to stop posting about them any time soon.)

Look After You (1349 words) by faviconeternaleponine
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Clint Barton/Natasha Romanov
Characters: Clint Barton, Natasha Romanov
Summary:

Clint gets a heavy dose of some alien nitrous oxide, and Natasha gets stuck with babysitting duty while he's higher than a kite.

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To Be Unmade (4577 words) by faviconeternaleponine
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Clint Barton, Natasha Romanov
Summary:

He was sent to kill me. He made a different call.

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Like so many things in our house these days, it started with Tumblr and the Avengers. I saw a post while scrolling the Avengers tag about how someone had made cookies because of a piece of fanfiction that they'd read. They provided a link to the fic, and of course I was curious, so I clicked through and started reading.

First of all, it's one of the funniest fics I've come across, and while it's not perfect, her portrayal of the characters is, at least in many cases, dead on. And really, the whole thing seems pretty plausible, which just makes it funnier.

So really, maybe before you continue reading this, you should go read the story, so you understand where this is coming from. It's all right. I'll wait.

Phil Coulson Does Not Bake (and The Avengers Do Not Shop At IKEA Anymore) by scifigrl47

So anyway... the cookies are described as having ginger and molasses in them, and being a bit sweet and a bit spicy. [personal profile] rikibeth had a recipe for ginger molasses cookies that she used to make back in her baking days, and she thought it might suit.

But then there was the issue of the jam. In the story, it says loganberry, but what they actually have at IKEA is lingonberry. Now, as it happened, Whole Foods had lingonberry jam, but not loganberry. We decided to go with what was probably correct, rather than what the writer had actually written, assuming that they must have gotten confused.

And wow. They are really good. Like, as good as they're described to be. Sweet and spicy and a little bit tart because of the jam. When they came out, they're crisp around the edges but still chewy in the middle, and just plain delicious.

So we have achieved Cosmic Cookies, and as Thor would say, "THIS COOKIE. I LIKE IT. ANOTHER!"

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