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It's still October 31 on my coast, so I feel fine about posting a Halloween story. In honor of our dynamic duo winning the Shipper Cage Match, I am posting some "Halloween (mind) Candy." No spoilers.

Sally says: Yeah, didn't think we could pull it off, didja? No deaths, no major traumas, just some harmless fluff—flirtin' and fuckin' as my granny used to say. Weird family, I'll admit. Speaking as one who has partied in a cemetery on more than one occasion, you can't beat it—they're quiet as the grave.

The link is to AO3, but you can also read this at either author's page at Gossamer if you prefer plain txt. If you do read at AO3, don't forget to hit the Kudos button on your way out. Even visitors can leave a kudo.

Read "And Dance by the Light of the Moon."

Happy Halloween!
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This is one of my favorite Tesla stories. Yeah, like Kel, she should probably have her own tag here. [livejournal.com profile] tesla321 claims it doesn't have a plot but I beg to differ. Why, heck. It even has an X-File. No spoilers, set during an unspecified early season. Rated "R." It's funny. It's short. It's sexy. It's even, dare I say it, rather romantic.

"Sense Memory"

Leave feedback here or send it to her email address.

EXTRA BONUS FIC: In 2010, Tesla wrote a short season one Profiler! Mulder story for me for my Help Haiti donation. Unless you are on her flist, I am positive you haven't read it because she posted it in bits and pieces in her journal, where you can read it if you want to hunt it down. I recently archived it at Fugues. Gen, with hints of UST.

"Dirty Girls".

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Extra bonus: "Sense Memory" icons by [livejournal.com profile] amyhit here.

After you leave feedback, please let us know what you think. The nomination post is always open for your suggestions.
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I'd like to offer a salute of solidarity to all you LDW survivors who showed up, read your hearts out, and hopefully had your say. It's fics like Life During Wartime that make our fandom exceptional, and it's participation that makes the book club fun. We manage to have both, and that's pretty awesome.

For our next rec, [livejournal.com profile] wendelah1 and I though a change was in order - something short and light. It was my turn, and well, Pandora's Box isn't the shortest fic ever, but it'll certainly help us shake off our apocafic blues. *blushes*

I'm uh-- a little bit embarrassed to be reccing this. I feel like I ought to change my icon to a picture of a brown paper package or something. But if PWP can be classic, then I'd say Rachel Anton had a knack for writing smut classics, and of everything she wrote, Pandora's Box might be the most classic. I have a vague theory that everyone in fandom has been recced this fic by someone at least once. But just in case you haven't - just in case you have somehow missed out on this bizarre, sometimes excruciating, funny, and hot bit of smut - I'm putting it up for us to have a crack at. Oh, and it's a missing scene/AU for Bad Blood, so you know it's going to be wacky. *g*

Pandora's Box

Remember to send feedback to the author, and that the nomination post is always open for your suggestions.

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Bring on the PWP.

Rated: NC-17
Category: V
Spoilers: No, Sir.
Keywords: Mulder/Scully
Summary: 2 pages of smut at the request of MelMooney. What can I say? She's a junkie.

Eyes Shut by MD1016

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This week's, or should I say, this fortnight's story is "Airport" by the great Jess Mabe. It was nominated by [livejournal.com profile] dictatorcari. I have not yet read this story, which surprises me since I loved "The Other Man." Something tells me that these two stories have little in common other than their author. Jess rated her story "Oh, NC-55, even I can't read it without feeling dirty." The genre would be "smut, smut, smut, smut." Et Cetera. Yes, MSR, too. Minors, in accordance with the Livejournal policy regarding such matters are advised to read no further. And now, a pretty link!

The Airport

Let us know what you think; let the author know what you think; and please, let us know your suggestions for next time.


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