Title: Miss Queen … Tell Us A Story Fandoms: Sylum Clan Universe: Blues Brothers 2000, Characters/Pairings: Queen Mousette, Original Characters Ratings: PG Word Count: 1,579 Summary: April 27 National Tell A Story Day. After a night of severe storms, the students at Journey’s End ask Queen to tell them a story. Author’s Note: Information about Marie Laveau and Dr. John taken from All That’s Interesting website, The Real Story Of Marie Laveau, New Orleans’ Witchy Voodoo Queen, by Gina Dimuro, Dr. John Montanee: Father of New Orleans Voudou by Denise Alvarado, and Encyclopedia Britannica. New Orleans Voudou is NOT the same as Haitian or Dahomey Voudou.
Title: The Hard Stuff First Fandoms: Sylum Clan Universe: A-Team (TV), Blade Trinity, CSI: New York Characters/Pairings: Templeton Peck, Humphrey Marion (H.M.) Murdock, Hannibal King, Donald Flack, Jr., Sylum Clan Members, Original Characters Ratings: PG Word Count: 1,336 Summary: National Former POW Recognition Day
Title: The Unsung Heroes Fandom: Sylum Universe: Person of Interest Characters/Pairings: John Reese, Harold Finch, Bear, Thomas Efford, Original Characters Rating: PG Summary: March 13th – National K-9 Veterans Day
Title: The Whiskey Job Fandoms: Leverage Characters/Pairings: Eliot Spencer, Parker, Alec Hardison, Nathan Ford, Tara Cole, Original Characters Ratings: PG-15 Word Count: 5,963 Summary: For Valawenel, who wanted Nate and Eliot in trouble, and Parker fearing she’ll lose them after Sophie took off to find herself. Nate and Eliot get in trouble with Mark Doyle’s father when the Irishman comes to America in an attempt to save the family’s reputation. Author’s Note: Takes place after The Bottle Job. Written for 2018 Leverage Secret Santa Exchange.
Title: Dreams Realized, But Not As We Planned Rating: PG-15 for Language Summary: Dreams, plans, and goals. What really happens after they come true. The evolving relationship between two women. It you blink, or speed read you’ll miss it. Disclaimer: This story and the characters are fictitious. Certain long-standing institutions, agencies, and public offices are mentioned, but the characters involved are wholly imaginary.