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Monday, December 27th, 2010 12:02 am
Title: Monday, Monday (Can't Trust That Day)
Fandom: Hawaii Five-0
Rating: PG-13 (for language)
Genre: Gen, h/c, friendship
Characters: Everyone from 1.09 basically
Spoilers/warnings: Major spoilers for 1.09, "Po'ipu"; alternate-ending fic for that episode
Length: Approx. 5,000 words
Notes: This is what my mind thought should happen while watching 1.09, "Po'ipu." AKA, an excuse to add whump. This really won't make any sense if you haven't seen that episode, as the action picks up when the team is holed up in Steve's house. Mega thanks to [livejournal.com profile] faye_dartmouth for prodding my plot bunny, for betaing this madness, and giving me an idea for the title. Any mistakes are my own.

Disclaimer: I don't own anything related to Hawaii Five-0, and if you recognize it, I don't own it; this includes action and dialogue in this particular piece. Title comes from the song "Monday, Monday" by The Mamas And The Papas.

Summary: All Steve can think of is the conversation he and Danny had at the start of the case, when Danny said he was sick at the thought of taking a bullet for Pak. Steve had said it wouldn't come to that. He's never been more wrong in his life.


The thing is, Danny should have known better. )
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Saturday, November 6th, 2010 09:08 pm
Title: Rather Swim Ashore
Fandom: Hawaii Five-0
Rating: PG
Genre: Gen, h/c, friendship
Characters: Danny, Steve, Kono, Chin, mentions of Grace, Rachel, and a couple OC bad guys
Spoilers/warnings: General spoilers for season 1, but no major plot spoilers
Length: Approx. 5,000 words
Notes: This is loosely inspired by [livejournal.com profile] faye_dartmouth 's fic "Reasons to Hate Hawaii" (and by "loosely," I mean that my plot bunny saw this fic, ate a few radioactive angst and whump carrots, and went completely psycho). It also draws on a scene from 1.03, but isn't directly linked to that ep. Also, I'm pretty sure there's a Hardy Boys book that features something like this as a plot point, but I have no idea which one it would be, as I've read pretty much all of them at one point or another. Special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] faye_dartmouth for the beta. This would be half as funny and a lot less understandable without her help.
Disclaimer: I don't own anything related to Hawaii Five-0. Title comes from Blue October's "Into the Ocean."

Summary: Danny was starting to think he could enjoy living in Hawaii. Then some morons decided to conk him over the head outside his apartment and chain him up in a cage. Underwater.

Apparently Danny's not supposed to like Hawaii. )


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Sunday, October 17th, 2010 07:49 pm

Title: The ever-living ghost of what once was
Fandom: Hawaii Five-0
Rating: PG
Genre: Gen, angst, friendship
Characters: Kono, mentions of Danny, Steve, Chin
Spoilers/warnings: Implied abuse
Length: 300
: Don’t own. Title comes from Band of Horse’s “No One’s Gonna Love You”
Notes: Written for the new prompt “Scar” over at the drabble community [livejournal.com profile] hawaii_5_0_100 . It’s like the mods read my mind--I’ve had this idea in my head for awhile. There may be more to this later; not sure yet.

: Scars tell stories; Kono’s not sure she wants to know this one.

Scars tell stories. )


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Friday, June 11th, 2010 02:29 pm
Title: Adrift
Fandom: ST:XI
Rating: PG-13 for mild gore and some language
Genre: Gen, angst, h/c
Characters: Jim Kirk, some Leonard McCoy and mentions of others
Spoilers/warnings: None
Length: Approx. 5100 words
Notes: I'm a little rusty, but I come to you with an offering. The style's a little different--I've been experimenting lately. Let me know what you think. also, there's a good chance that a companion fic will be coming along for this, so keep an eye out ofr that. Thanks to Stray for the encouragement and excitement, to Cole Chan for the beta, to ColtDancer for checking in on me and encouraging me to get my rear in gear, and to thsoe who continue to read and review my stuff even though I'm not always consistent in my posting. Y'all are wonderful. Also, the poetry quoted in here is from Samuel T. Coleridge's poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," which is an excellent read. And I don't own Star Trek.

Summary: The captain always goes down with his ship. Unless the crew says otherwise. Gen, happy ending.

He’s laying at the bottom of the rickety wooden boat, keeping his eyes up toward the sky so as not to look at the long crack in the hull that’s inching steadily closer to the waterline. )