Stocking Stuffers

Some very cool people have created some very cool things for me.
This is my chance to show them off. 

*  Star Trek Classic: To Share a Dream series with Kirk/Sarek I traded her Spock/Dax for some Kirk/Sarek and hers turned into a series.   She says only the first one is for me, but the way I see it, since the series goes together,  I get the whole shebang!    Adult with some being NC-17

 *  Star Trek Classic:  Keeping Traditions --Kirk/Sulu.   Another trade for Spock/Dax (uh...sort of) NC-17 PWP

 *  Star Trek: The Next Generation:  Sick Call --Worf/Wesley.  Just because she heard through the grapevine that I had a hankering to read this pairing and because she is a wonderful person.  NC-17 PWP

*  Star Trek Classic:  Devilish Spock/the Pope.  A wonderfully inspired version of what might have happened had they met. R, smutty humor.

 * and a photo manipulation: Mysterious Ways because I asked for it.  Really, I should have more shame, but when it gets me stuff like this, who cares!    

Amphioxious Obnoxious:
 * Star Trek Classic: Coyote Wedding Gifts, part 8

Spock/McCoy, G, drabble.
This wasn't strictly written for me, but since I'm in it, I think I can link it.    

* Star Trek Classic:  Moments
Kirk/Spock/McCoy very NC-17!

* Lady and The Tramp: He's a Tramp
Tramp/Trusty, uh...doggie style?  Yes, I asked for this.  She is too good to me!

*  Boston Legal: Trigger Fingers
Denny/Alan adult!

* Boston Legal: Road Trip to Nowhere
Denny/Alan first time with bubble bath, a convertable and Girl Scout cookies!

* Oz x Boston Legal: View from a Balcony
Alan Shore is sentence to Oz.  Toby/Alan & Alan/Denny, adult

Cait N.:
* Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Workout
Riker/Worf,  NC-17,  PWP
Yep, I asked for that pairing, and Cait was kind enough to oblige.

*Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:  Pillow Talk
Sisko/Worf, R, drabble
Two more strong men I wanted to see together; Cait made it happen.

* Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: T for Two
Sisko/Bashir drabble, R

* Boston Legal: 'tis Better to Give
Gen featuring Denny, Alan and Shirley.  PG.

Cousin Shelley:
snakes on a starship *Star Trek Classic:  The Trouble with Snakes Tribbles
Gen and too funny for words!  The icon is unrelated to the story except in the amount of humor contained.

Dana Kujan:
Sherlock Holmes:  Evidently, My Dear Watson and Indecent
Two Holmes/Watson drabbles, both impeccably crafted


* Sherlock Holmes: A Beating Heart in Ashes:
Holmes/Watson, R,  An "Empty House" reunion and discovery ficlet.

* Boston Legal: Pyrrhic Losses
A Denny & Alan drabble.  G

*  Star Trek Classic: Pin the Kiss on Cherry Abbott
Kirk/Spock, Sulu/Rand  PG, mostly humor
Okay, it's only half dedicated to me, but I'll cheerfully share.

* Star Trek Classic: Semen-chanted Evening
Kirk/Spock R and a squick.
Um, I did ask for more non-first-time stories, but this was still nothing like I had been expecting.

*Star Trek Classic...Variation. Spooging on Captain Kirk: Not written for me, I don't suppose, but a completely inane raunchy parody of Kissing Captain Kirk, and I was so flattered, I wanted it here.

*Star Trek TNG:  The Bald Truth
Picard/Crusher, PG, drabble

*Firefly:  Incense and Peppermints.
Gen. G rated. Inara, Jayne, Book & Kaylee on the shuttle during Out of Gas I asked for bantering.  Geonncannon did better than that with bantering and bonding.  I love it!

*Anne of Green Gables: Forgotten Wishes. For the Yuletide Secret Santa exchange.  Gorgeous and sweet with all the coming of age hopes and heartaches of the original.  Cameo appearance by the raspberry cordial.     

Hypatia Kosh:
*Star Trek Classic: Toys
A PWP with Kirk/Spock and toys.  Very NC-17!  Whew!

 *Star Trek: TNG:  Fantasies
Picard/Riker, a drabble, a holosuite and lots of angst.


* A Tale of Two Cities: The First Law of Nature
For Yuletide 2005, A glimpse into a younger Sydney Carton--who is not much different than the man we come to know.

 *Star Trek Classic: Feather Light Fudge
Kirk/Spock, NC-17.  One of her hysterical patented epic limericks cleverly disguised as a birthday present.

*Star Trek Classic: Vulcans Don't Wish
An oh-so-sweet Kirk/Spock G-rated birthday present co-written with Dina Collins.

Jungle Kitty:
Not written for me in the strict sense, but she wrote Kissing Captain Kirk additions for her original female character and I am so incredibly honored that I wanted to claim some association.
  *  Who Wants to Know? --Kirk/Brant, PG,  drabble
  *  The Last Word --Kirk/Brant, G, drabble

*The Prydain Chronicles: Angharad's Tale
Taran and Eilonwy gen, with a visit from Fflewddur as well.  A lovely coming of age moment set within the furor of The High King, but drawing upon so much more about them all.

KV Wylie:
*Star Trek Classic:  The Realm of You
Spock/McCoy, a biphasic mixture of gritty reality relieved by a fun escape.  I love this story!

*Star Trek Classic: Priapism  
Spock/McCoy hot, hot, HOT medical PWP!  Um, did I mention it was hot?  This one didn't start out being "for" me, but Iwas so sad I didn't think of this set up myself, that she said I could have it. Heh!

snakes on starship    * Star Trek Classic: Snakes on a Spaceship
Gen crossover fun that should have been a movie!

*Firefly: Come One, Come All (The Gorram Snakes Remix)
Delightful ensemble gen, G.

Mycroft Holmes:
* Star Trek Classic:  Tiferet (Beauty)
Kirk/Spock , PG.  The title about sums it up.
Again, not precisely written for me, but inspired by Kissing Captain Kirk and so wonderfully witty that I had to have them here.
Variation on a Lyrastar Theme--Kissing up to Captain Kirk: Chekov G, drabble

Variation on a Lyrastar Theme--Kissing up to Captain Kirk: Spock G, drabble

* Holmes/Watson: An embrace

*Anne of Green Gables.  Standing on the Edge of Time.  Short and sweet Anne/Diana PWP pastiche. NC-17
* Boston Legal. Grasp. A Denny/Alan story in verse.

*Star Trek Classic: Etoile Filante.  A Kirk/Spock love even past death sonnet on her site.  It's gorgeous and includes an audio file of the author reading it.  

*Boston Legal: The Hunting Trip, adult Denny/Alan

*History/Becket: The Servant's Master. Henry II/Thomas Becket intermingling known history, the play and the film to create a perfect vision of what must have been