interpretthis: (house_welcome back)
Title: Song of You and Me
Author: interpretthis
Fandom: Sherlock (BBC)
Pairing: Sheriarty (Sherlock Holmes/Jim Moriarty)
Rating: M
Summary: There was nothing sexual about it. Not in the important sense at least. It was a physical reaction, easily explained by the heady rush that came with each new deliciously intricate puzzle, by the thrill of the challenge, the chase. He had felt it even during their first games – not quite as blatantly then, but Sherlock knew what he liked, and the fact that Moriarty happened to be best at providing it was irrelevant.

Notes: I wrote the first two paragraphs of this story in late 2012 and came across them a few days ago. I'm guessing I originally intended for it to be a fun bit of smut, but it had a mind of its own and got a little more intense - I may have gotten slightly carried away with how in love I am with their love, haha. After four years away from fandom, I'm insanely thrilled that these two drew me back in, and I'm really excited to finally be contributing my first Sheriarty fic. Writing this story honestly felt like coming home - I'm so happy to be back. I hope you enjoy it! <3

Also posted on AO3, fanfiction.net, and Tumblr.

And sosososo many thanks to the makers of these videos for their fucking gorgeous inspiration, I cannot stop watching them: Don't Let Me Down & Clarity

Disclaimer: I do not own Sherlock or Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself" ("every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you").

P.S. Dear LJ, I missed you so much.
Song of You and Me )
interpretthis: (sh_elementary)
Title: Dare To
Author: interpretthis
Fandom: Holmes RPF
Pairing: Robert Downey Jr./Jude Law
Rating: NC-17
Disclaimer: To my knowledge, this never happened, is not happening, and never will happen. Shame.
Summary: In the middle of a boring party, Robert decides to do something unadvisable.
Notes: Prufrock's Eliot's.


Dare To )
interpretthis: (read this face)
Title: Intended
Author: interpretthis
Fandom: Reservoir Dogs
Pairing: Mr. Orange/Mr. White
Rating: R
Summary: Freddy’s got it all figured out.





Intended )

interpretthis: (ltm_safe)

Title: Nightmare for a Dream
Author: interpretthis
Fandom: Lie to Me
Pairing: Callian
Rating: PG
Summary: The truth’s sick of letting the stars of The Lightman Group lie to themselves.
Notes: For [livejournal.com profile] augrah  – who I love love love for introducing me to this fandom – in partial exchange for the in-transit package of Roth goodies. ♥

         

            

Nightmare for a Dream )
interpretthis: (sh_elementary)
Started recording a few years back for that 50bookchallenge comm but have mostly given up on actually accomplishing it. 

1. Daisy Miller by Henry James

2. Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

3. Watchmen by Alan Moore

4. Looking for Alaska by John Green

5. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

6. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

7. Coraline by Neil Gaiman

8. Paper Towns by John Green

9. Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

10. Hamlet by William Shakespeare

11. American Gods by Neil Gaiman

12. Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

13. Q&A by Vikas Swarup

14. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
15. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown*

16. Cultural Misunderstandings by Raymonde Carroll

17. The Kingdom of This World by Alejo Carpentier

18. The General in His Labyrinth by Gabriel García Márquez

19. Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin

20. Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

21. Popol Vuh by The Mayan People

22. The Hour of the Star by Clarice Lispector

23. Adolphe by Benjamin Constant

24. Sixty Million Frenchmen Can’t Be Wrong by Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow

25. A Year in the Merde by Stephen Clarke

26. By Night in Chile by Roberto Bolano
27. A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle

* = re-read

Pretty sure that's everything.  Got quite a few in-progress/possibly-never-to-finish ones (mostly for school), but they will have to go on next year's list if I make it.

Happy new year!

 


interpretthis: (lost_alpha dork)

Title: Bloody Lost

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Lost/Twilight crossover

Characters/Pairings: Ben Linus, Carlisle Cullen, mention of Edward/Bella

Rating: PG

Genre: Humor

Summary: One night the traveling island decides to thoroughly confuse a certain Ben Linus by moving into a section of ocean labeled “occupied” for a few minutes of amusement.

Notes: For[info]augrah.  I am beyond horrifyingly late, but I hope you like it all the same.

 

               
 

Bloody Lost )

 

interpretthis: (tdk_wellllllllll)

Title: Devout

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: TDK

Pairing: Batman/Gordon

Rating: PG-13ish

Summary: One story ends and another begins.

Notes: For[info]brushed_velvet.

  

 

 

Devout )

interpretthis: (pb_alex b&w)

Title: Mock Death

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Prison Break

Pairing/Character(s): Alex Mahone

Rating: Mature

Genre: AngstAngstAngst

Summary: When the man woke up, face down in the grass beneath a moonless sky, every single part of him was dead save for his mind.

Notes: For [info]pamalax.  Spoilers for 4x01…and possible liberties taken with a fine plot point that we’re going to ignore for the time being.   

 

               
 

Mock Death )
interpretthis: (tdk_eye fuck)

Title: Blackout

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: TDK

Pairing: Batman/Joker

Rating: Mature

Summary: Gotham’s guts go dark one night.

Notes: For [info]teithiwr.  And, as ever, but especially today, for Heath.  This wouldn't exist without you.

  


 

Blackout )

interpretthis: (spn_winchesters)

Title: Deluge

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Supernatural

Pairing: Sam/Dean

Rating: Mature

Summary: Sam grinned one of those grins that tears across your mouth when you know you’re alive and a part of the universe and Dean whistled, low.

Notes: For[info]onehoureternity.  (Oh hallo, run-on sentence!)

 

              
 

Deluge )

 

interpretthis: (hp_to the dungeon)

Title: Suckered

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Harry Potter

Pairing: Severus/Harry

Rating: Matureish

Summary: Snape really should be more careful when it comes to drinking from unattended goblets.  Especially on Valentine’s Day.

Notes: For[info]jess_williams.

 

 

 

Suckered )

interpretthis: (svu_el/liv)

Title: You’ve been hit!

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Law & Order: SVU

Pairing: Elliot/Olivia

Rating: PG-13

Summary: It was Munch’s idea to take the annual department office party to the ever-so-sophisticated field of laser tag, foregoing the usual stuffy restaurant for a good ol’ every-man-for-himself showdown.

Notes: For [info]kansasspice.    
 

You've been hit! )


 

interpretthis: (lolita_lap)

AKA Yet Another Epic Failure

1. The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray
2. Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar
3. City of Masks by Mary Hoffman
4. 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
5. Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
6. The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
7. The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly
8. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
9. Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
10. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (re-read)
11. Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
12. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett
13. The Killing Joke by Alan Moore
14. Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth by Grant Morrison
15. Antigone by Sophocles
16. King Lear by William Shakespeare
17. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
18. Oedipus the King by Sophocles
19. Animal Farm by George Orwell
20. Lord of the Flies by William Golding
21. The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling


I didn't take very obsessive records last year, so unfortunately there may be one or two I forgot, and I could've sworn I read The Subtle Knife in February or March when I was home sick for a couple days, but it's the last one on my '07 list so I am thoroughly confused.

Hopefully I'll have a better literary 2009 (maybe I'll actually complete it for once!).
 
EDIT: Oh mon dieu.  It keeps cutting off my last three for no particular reason.  So here -
19. Animal Farm by George Orwell
20. Lord of the Flies by William Golding
21. The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling
 

interpretthis: (tdk_massive eye-fuck)
Title: Gravity

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: TDK

Pairing: Joker/Batman

Rating: R

Warnings: Spoilers, sexual situations, blood, language, fun!

Summary: It only takes Batman a week to get caught and thrown in Arkham, the Joker’s parting laugh still ringing against the base of his skull as they process him for confinement.

Notes: For the Batman Kink Meme, with the prompt:

Pairing: Batman/Joker
Kink: "Batman: You'll be in a padded cell forever.
The Joker: Maybe we can share one.
"
HMM. What do you think they'd get up to, dear Anons?

 

               

Gravity )
interpretthis: (happiness)
Title: Second Thoughts

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Twilight

Pairing: Carlisle/Bella

Rating: PG-13ish

Summary: Humanity is precious.  Carlisle knows that better than anyone.

Notes: Just a quickie before the end!  And I'm not entirely sure where Bella was born, but let's pretend.

 

              

interpretthis: (tdk_wellllllllll)

Title: Pulling Out

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: TDK

Pairing: Joker/Batman

Rating: NC-17

Warnings: Sexual jazz, violence, SPOILERS, possible general craziness – I really have no clue, extreme sleep-deprivation is eating at my brain so there could be all sorts of things going on…I apologize in advance for the last scene, for one thing…

Disclaimer: I don’t own Batman, and I certainly don’t own Nat King Cole.

Summary: “You like it?” The Joker struck a pose, his garish red lips curving up in a wicked grin as he watched Bruce carefully from beneath his eyelashes.  “This is just a tryout, mind you, the real lucky one will be your blond beau Mr. Dent."

 

               

interpretthis: (tdk_interrogation)
Title: Face-Lift

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: TDK

Pairing: Joker/Batman

Rating: R
Words: 1,389

Warnings: Extremely disturbing, Joker-style -- and of course SPOILERS SPOILERS MON DIEU SPOILERS!  You have been warned.

Disclaimer: I’d be smiling if I did.
Summary: Sharing is caring…it can be fun.

            

Face-Lift )
interpretthis: (lost_bj)
Title: Easy Way Out

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Lost

Pairings/Characters: Ben/Juliet, OC

Rating: PG-13

Genre: Angst

Warnings: Suicide

Summary: I’d chosen long before to love apathy in her place.

Notes: What’s this?  A FIC?  MON DIEU, IT IS! /writer’s block -- POST-“The Other Woman”

 

              

interpretthis: (london)

Title: Waxing Poetic

Author: interpretthis

Fandom: Harry Potter

Pairing: Draco/Hermione

Rating: PG-13

WC: 632

Notes: For the seventh and final day of the 7 Kisses Challenge @  [info]dramionedrabble.  Prompt: romantic kiss.
               

Day Seven )

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