ellieet: (Fandom Canyon!)
When I was in Chester back in July, I basically got an idea for a whole bunch of mini-crossovers with Harry Potter, to celebrate the last film coming out - essentially, all the characters of my favourite fandoms attending Hogwarts in their own individual universe. My friend Anna wanted to know exactly what I was giggling for when we were headed back to the hotel to get ready for the wedding.

In any case, I've got a fairly set one for Being Human, two different ones for Sherlock because my brain just HAS to do it with both John and Joan (doh...), yet another for Merlin and now my brain also just informed me that it wants a McDean one as well.

I tried saying no, it would hear nothing of it. First it wanted Craig in Hufflepuff, but now it wants him in Ravenclaw. Craig IS rather clever. As for John-Paul, I've no clue where the hell to put him. I can't quite see him in Gryffindor, but I'm actually kind of drawn towards Hufflepuff for him, Cedric Diggory-style. Sonny of course would be Slytherin.

And don't even get me started on The History Boys (even though I know exactly where to put Dakin and Scripps) and hell, even Thunderbirds. To save myself the anguish of that last one given a few obvious problems, let's just say the Tracys went to an American equivalent (because actually, now I think about it, save for a mention of American witches at the Quidditch World Cup, did JK even really mention any kind of US educational system?) and because I think about this way too much: Scott and Virgil went into Gryffindor, Gordon and Alan went into Hufflepuff, and John went into Ravenclaw.

... I should probably just stop there now. Except my brain wants a Doctor Who one as well.

... How the hell am I supposed to place a 900-year-old Time Lord at Hogwarts? How's that gonna WORK?
ellieet: (Sherlock's book)
So, placing the issue of the fanfic journal aside for the moment, and taking a break from tradition ie. the Sherlock stories, here's something a bit different.

Title: Crumbs of Comfort (1/2)
Fandom: Being Human
Pairing: Annie/Sykes; background George/Nina
Summary: Change, new beginnings, and the fact that Sykes has never met anyone quite like Annie.
Rating: 12/PG-13
Spoilers: Major for all three series, particularly the fourth episode of Series 2.
Warnings: Makes allusions towards war.

A/N: I’ve always been fascinated by Sykes’ character – probably known to many fans as that “grumpy World War 2 ghost who closes doors” – and I just had to write something about him. I’ve always been something of a Mitchell/Annie shipper within the canon, but I suppose this was something that really fascinated me. Feedback is appreciated, especially as this is un-beta'ed.


Part One: She thinks – she seems to believe – that you can do this for her. )


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