2011 (1)

22nd January

31st January

  • Break (1) Break (Star Trek: Reboot) by Yahtzee
    During their final semester at Starfleet Academy, two people who have no intention of ever changing transform each other.
  • Break (2) Of Two Worlds (Star Trek: Reboot) by Yahtzee
    Spock has the opportunity to choose between the Prime universe and his own.
  • Wise One (1) Becoming (Harry Potter) by Unexpected Inspiration
    When Sirius Black escapes Azkaban and 8-year-old Harry Potter disappears, the world is thrown into upheaval. What will Britain and Harry be without each other, and who will face the Dark? You only THINK you've read this before. I guarantee you haven't.
  • Noble Pursuits (Doctor Who) by Quean of Swords
    In an alternate universe, alternate Donna Noble is a PA at H.C. Clements. Then, one day, her boss tries to feed her to his alien insect offspring. Lucky for her, she is rescued by Rose Tyler of the Insanely Rich Tylers and a mysterious man who calls himself 'the Doctor'... two people who seem to be a bit more familiar with her than they should be. The Doctor, Rose, and the team at Torchwood Alpha (a.k.a. The Warehouse) have to stop an insidious alien invasion before they've even had a chance to settle into their new lives. Will Donna have to chose between helping them or protecting her ailing grandfather?

1st February

4th February

6th February

  • Brave New World (Harry Potter) by Theatresm
    When Miranda Hunter's Muggleborn nephew receives his first Hogwarts letter, Albus Dumbledore offers Miranda the Muggle Studies position. BNW explores how a Muggle might view and adjust to life in the Wizarding World. Three Books: Book One PG-13 and GoF-canon compliant, Books Two and Three AU and increasing to R with NC-17 interludes. Snape/OC. Adventure/Mystery/Romance.
  • Tyranny (of the Majority) (Harry Potter) by Tribunician Veto
    IN A WORLD where the wizarding community is doomed always to exchange one kind of tyranny for another, revolutionary heroes will arise. Starring Hermione Granger as the mysterious Red Shirt and Severus Snape as the shadowy Father of Democracy. Coming soon to screens near you.
  • Underground Holidays (1) Of Holly and Hobgoblins (Labyrinth) by Wai-Jing Waraugh
    Though surrounded by family, Sarah feels lonely at Christmas. There is a present she has not even admitted to herself that she wants. Only one person can give it to her, but will he, and she, realize her wish in time? And can she give something in return?

7th February

  • Contraceptus: Continuum (Harry Potter) by Ariadne
    A long time ago, Severus made the right potion for the wrong reasons. Hermione finds it, and is furious - also for the wrong reasons. With the help of some wise counsel, they untangle mistakes, miscommunications, and misinterpretations, all the while committing more. A parable on situational ethics surrounding a crime he never committed.
  • Whom the Gods Annoy (Harry Potter) by Dick Gloucester
    Ron, Harry and Hermione are due to discover the consequences of their inaction with regard to saving the life of one Chosen by the gods - or in this case, goddess. And it all becomes vastly more complicated when the school hires workmen to fix the battle damage at Hogwarts.
  • Nobody Sees, Nobody But Me (Doctor Who) by The Only Twin
    He can't die, he's got far too much to do. (Spoilers for "The Big Bang")

11th February

  • Prime (Doctor Who) by Roach Patrol
    In which young Amelia Pond attempts to seek both her fortune and the Doctor, talks to strangers, feeds a dog, and loses her bicycle in the woods (though not exactly in that order).
  • What You Wish For (Labyrinth) by Knife Edge
    Some advice: The way forward is sometimes the way back. Take nothing for granted. Look before you leap. Things aren't always what they seem. Remember, Faeries bite. And most of all, be careful what you wish for...

16th February

18th February