Gentlemen Bastards Series by Scott Lynch
A Table Set for Six (And Five Were There) by Anonymous – The one where Bug learns from each of the Gentlemen Bastards. Even the Lady Gentlemen Bastard.
Lingering On by Anonymous – The one where Jean deals with Locke dying, and Locke deals with Locke dying.
The Misery of the Gullible by Anonymous – The one that reads like an actual caper the Gentlemen Bastards would pull off, involving a miserable merchant haunted by ghosts and an alchemist widow.
13th Warrior (1999)
Somewhere Between by Anonymous – “After the events of the movie, Ahmed spends Solstice among his remaining comrades and learns to walk the space between Arab and Northman.”
Fangirls by Anonymous – Liz is a huge Wicked nerd, and Jack indulges her.
Better Than Coffee by Anonymous – Liz is high as Benjamin Franklin’s kite. That tienda will be the death of her.
(Don’t) Picture Me & You by Anonymous – Liz and Jack are Photostored together in the tabloids.
The Wrath of Jon by Anonymous – OMG. A story from Jonathan’s point of view. Absolutely striking and no mercy for anyone. Except fellow Federation members.
A Knight’s Tale
By the Hideyn Scrybe Ywrit by Anonymous – Modern London AU. Smacks of Guy Ritchie in which they are all a n’er do well gang engaged in illicit affairs. And all of which Geoff writes with a healthy dose of sarcasm and cynicism.
Temperate Self-Governance by Anonymous – Wat and Adhemar team up to save a perfectly safe Chaucer.
All the Single Ladies by Anonymous – A look at the inner workings of the various single ladies of Glee.
Vices by Anonymous – The many, variable, and somewhat adorable sides of Puck.
i sang the song that silence brings by Anonymous – Glee kids making it through the Zombiepocalypse.
Easy as by Anonymous – Finally, a story about Santana and Brittany. Santana isn’t a slut. She just likes sex.
it’s hard to breathe when you’re standing right there by Anonymous – Finn, Puck, and Quinn don’t exactly get their happy endings, but they all work to make sure that their baby will.
Chartreuse by Anonymous – A very lovely slice of what makes the Mercedes/Kurt friendship work so well outside of their mutual pwn-age of Fashion Diva status.
Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti
The Illusionist by Anonymous – A complex, winding tale of Jean’s encounter with the Goblin Market and one of its denizens. Absolutely heart-wrenching and engrossing.
Queer Fruits by Anonymous – Lizzie contemplates Jean’s story.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Austen & Grahame-Smith
The Extraordinary Adventures of a Lady and her Gentlemen (Or, the Undead and the Automaton) by Anonymous – Liz, Mr. Darcy, and Fitzwilliam Darcy fend off the zombie army of a revengeful Wickham.
A Tangled Web by L. M. Montgomery
Three Times that Hannah Penhallow got the better of Gabrielle Penhallow and One Time that she didn’t by anonymous – And that last time really stings.
to those that wait by Anonymous – Hugh and Joscelin coda.