Characters: Bobby Singer, Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester
Pairings: Sam/Dean (unrelated)
Warnings: mention of past kidnapping, past dub-con, thoughts/talk about abuse and rape
Summary: Bobby visits Dean for the first time after the events of "Wrapped in Honey".Disclaimer: Not mine, I'm just playing with other people's toys.
Characters: Sam, Dean (gen)
Warnings: Implied violence against lamps. Excessive cleanliness and fascination with germs.
Word count: ~ 1800
Beta: Unbetaed, apologies for any mistakes.
Summary: Sam’s almost thirty when he discovers that his brother is actually a clean freak.
A/N: Written for anactoria's wish #5: Anything that focuses on Dean being a clean freak. Because apparently I'm currently obsessed with that. at the hoodie_time Summer Wishlist Meme.
Read here: LJ | AO3 | FF.net
Pairings/Characters: Sam/Dean, original characters
Total Word Count: 4271
Summary: a 1920s AU *very* loosely based on the film, Public Enemy.
Warnings: abuse, dub-con, harsh images, morally challenged Sam, troubled Dean. There are hints of abuse, physical and sexual, but nothing terribly graphic. The rating is for the overall fic;it varies according to update. For a large part of the fic, the boys are underage.
A/N:This section contains a brief courtroom scene, of the blink-and-miss-it variety. I tell you right now, the sum total of my legal knowledge consists of me watching Law & Order out of the corner of my eye. Also, thanks to oldbatj for poking me into working on this!
follows from Public Enemies Book One
one/ two/ three/four/ five/six/seven
Length: About 8600 words
Rating: Gen, R for language and maybe other things
Warnings: Author chooses not to warn because she considers them spoilery; read at your own risk
Characters: Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, Castiel
Spoilers: Through The Executioner's Song
Synopsis: Dean deals with the implications of Cain's prophecy. Fills the non-linearity square on my Bingo card for spnspiration
The thing is, Dean's been on this side of a prophecy before. He is, after all, the Righteous Man. The Michael Sword. He knows how useless it is to fight it. Sure, he can spout a lot of brave talk about Team Free Will, but he knows the truth: you try to buck destiny, and you find that instead of killing your brother, you're setting up the dominos that eventually knock him into the Pit as Lucifer's eternal meat suit, and how is that a win? One way or another, destiny has its way with you and there's not a single fucking thing you can do about it, at least in Dean's experience. So he knows what to expect here. And it takes several months, but Cain's prediction eventually comes to fruition, and Crowley is the first domino to fall.
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Characters: Bela Talbot, Azazel
Genre/Tags: Pre-canon, backstory, angst, destiny, thieves and thieving, canon-compliant canon divergence (if that’s even a thing...this story gives a different account of Bela's history than the show implies, but contradicts nothing explicit in canon)
Word count: ~3500
Warnings: Implied/referenced child abuse
Summary: “We’re all going to hell. Might as well enjoy the ride.” – Bela, 3.03 Bad Day at Black Rock.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions: this is the (real) story of Bela Talbot (real name: Abbey).
Read The Ride on AO3