December 27th, 2008

[FANFIC] Two pieces & first post

That's right, NEW POSTER, brand new to the fandom. *_* Coming in with two fanfics that... I was told should be shared, s-so... these were written with a fever, so I apologize for typos... weird conflicting facts... etc.

Title:Tehran Conference Dinner: Allies
Author/Artist: purgatory
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Russia, England
Rating: PG
Warnings: Deals with alleged WWII trufax, but no cussing or violence or anything.
Summary: This is an alleged conversation that happened between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin in regards to how to handle Nazi war criminals. I detail more in the post D:

[LINK!]

Title: 1982: Mullets, Spiders, Atari 5200
Author/Artist: purgatory
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Japan and America
Rating: PG-lite
Warnings: Stereotypes make Hetalia go 'round.
Summary: It was asked that I write something with Japan and America playing video games. It comes in four pieces (all in one post). I did THOROUGH YOUTUBE RESEARCH FOR THIS.

Thorough research here and here

[LINK!]
♥

derp derp derp

Title: DRABBLE DUMP the second
Author/Artist: Me
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Spain - not in that order!
Rating: G to PG-15
Warnings: language, super vague sexual things for Denmark/Sweden
Summary: Five 'drabbles' or whatever you'd like to call them, of various themes and pairings.

LINK1 [ America&Canada, Baby!America - England, Spain, France, Japan&America ]

LINK2 [ Denmark/Sweden, South Korea ]
la belle dame sans merci

[fic] Wrapped 'Round in Kindness

Title: Wrapped ‘Round in Kindness
Author: Mithrigil
Fandom: Axis Powers Hetalia
Characters: America, England, Canada, alternating with the English composer Benjamin Britten
Words: 6600
Rating: PG-13. One set of scenes is cute and light. The rest is Peter Grimes.
The Erae: On one side, 1700; on the other, 1942-1945.

Summary: Harpsichords, bunnies, and ominous poetry. Bring the branding iron and knife // For what’s done now is done for life.


((The bunnies must be free!))