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I’ve been re-reading old WIPs as I intend to finish off as many as I can. Not much progress yet on the longer ones but here’s another instalment of my Xander-centric BtVS/Futurama crossover drabble/ficlet series. Previous parts are HERE. 100 words, PG-13.

ETA: Since I put this up at 'Twisting the Hellmouth', simultaneously with posting it here, I've had TWO THOUSAND hits in six hours. Presumably because 'Xander' is in the series title there.

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose )
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Happy birthday to [livejournal.com profile] dreamerjules


Xmas Fic!


Back in April I wrote a double drabble called Xander of the River. It was intended as a one-off but before long I followed it with Again Xander. Somehow it became a ‘Futurama’ crossover with If A Picture Paints A Thousand Herds and two further ficlets, Kinda Like Buck Rogers and Oddly Familiar Somehow, followed. Now here is the Xmas Special in the series. 500 words, PG.

Santa Claus Is Gunning You Down )

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It’s the Glorious 25th of May, a special day for Terry Pratchett fans, and last year I did a special story to mark the occasion. How Do They Rise Up. This year, however, I’m working and I haven’t had time to do anything similar.

So here is something completely different. A continuation of my (as yet untitled) BtVS/Futurama crossover series. From its beginnings as a double drabble, starring Xander and some wildebeest, it has grown to span a thousand years – and now a thousand-word ficlet. In the footsteps of from Xander of the River, Again Xander, If A Picture Paints A Thousand Herds, and Kinda Like Buck Rogers, I now present…

Oddly Familiar Somehow )

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Happy birthday dear [livejournal.com profile] frimfram, happy birthday to you


This is not specifically a birthday fic; in fact it is intended more for [livejournal.com profile] liz_marcs, who has recently discovered ‘Futurama’. This is the fourth part of a series that began as a Xander-in-Africa double drabble and is now a BtVS/Futurama crossover. It follows on from Xander of the River, Again Xander, and If A Picture Paints A Thousand Herds. A 400-word double-double drabble. PG, if that.

Kinda Like Buck Rogers )

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Happy birthdays to [livejournal.com profile] moscow_watcher and to [livejournal.com profile] pixiediva


Here is the third and final part of my series of wildebeest-related drabbles, following on from Xander of the River and Again Xander. This is a 200 word double drabble that is a crossover with ‘Futurama’.

If A Picture Paints A Thousand Herds… )

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Happy birthday to [livejournal.com profile] slackerace


The amazing [livejournal.com profile] shadowscast has written a lovely double drabble that makes total sense of the Season 8 Buffy comics and makes them compatible with all the Xander-in-Africa, Buffy-in-Rome, fics that have been written since ‘The Girl in Question’. Find it HERE.

And here is the second part of my ‘ignore the comics and continue as before’ drabble responses to Season 8. A sequel to my double drabble Xander of the River. 100 words, PG, reference to character death.

Again Xander )

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I’ve decided that I’m going to ignore the Season 8 canon revelation that Xander is in Scotland rather than in Africa. ‘Xander in Africa’ is just too good a genre to write off because of some half-baked retcon by Joss. This particular example of the genre, however, is not exactly in the ‘Lonely On The Mountain’ league. A stupid idea that occurred to me during lunch. A double drabble, 200 words, PG.

ETA: this turned into a series, and a crossover series at that. The 'futurama' tag will be explained later.

Xander of the River )

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