tekuates: (windyourwaydown 2)
Title: Wind Your Way Down
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tekuates
Pairing: no pairing
Rating: PG-13 ish
Word Count: 14, 671
Warnings/Contains: major character death, general darkness, some creepy imagery
Summary: Things hunters are good at: shooting guns, saving lives, thinking on their feet. Things hunters are bad at: moving on. Moving forward. Living life.
Notes: Written for the 2014 Sam Dean OTP Minibang! Title from the Gerry Rafferty song "Baker Street". Art made by the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] angelus2hot.
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
Title: Wind Your Way Down
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tekuates
Pairing: no pairing
Rating: PG-13 ish
Word Count: 14, 671
Warnings/Contains: major character death, general darkness, some creepy imagery
Summary: Things hunters are good at: shooting guns, saving lives, thinking on their feet. Things hunters are bad at: moving on. Moving forward. Living life.
Notes: Written for the 2014 Sam Dean OTP Minibang! Title from the Gerry Rafferty song "Baker Street". Art made by the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] angelus2hot.
oh here we go )
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
Title: Wind Your Way Down
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tekuates
Pairing: no pairing
Rating: PG-13 ish
Word Count: 14, 671
Warnings/Contains: major character death, general darkness, some creepy imagery
Summary: Things hunters are good at: shooting guns, saving lives, thinking on their feet. Things hunters are bad at: moving on. Moving forward. Living life.
Notes: Written for the 2014 Sam Dean OTP Minibang! Title from the Gerry Rafferty song "Baker Street". Art made by the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] angelus2hot.
click me, you know you want to )
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
Title: Wind Your Way Down
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tekuates
Pairing: no pairing
Rating: PG-13 ish
Word Count: 14, 671
Warnings/Contains: major character death, general darkness, some creepy imagery
Summary: Things hunters are good at: shooting guns, saving lives, thinking on their feet. Things hunters are bad at: moving on. Moving forward. Living life.
Notes: Written for the 2014 Sam Dean OTP Minibang! Title from the Gerry Rafferty song "Baker Street". Art made by the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] angelus2hot.

tomato tomahto burrito burrato )
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
Title: Wind Your Way Down
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tekuates
Pairing: no pairing
Rating: PG-13 ish
Word Count: 14, 671
Warnings/Contains: major character death, general darkness, some creepy imagery
Summary: Things hunters are good at: shooting guns, saving lives, thinking on their feet. Things hunters are bad at: moving on. Moving forward. Living life.
Notes: Written for the 2014 Sam Dean OTP Minibang! Title from the Gerry Rafferty song "Baker Street". Art made by the fantastic [livejournal.com profile] angelus2hot.

clicky cloaky artichokey )
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
MY MINIBANG IS FINISHED.
DONE.
FINALLY.
Man, I worked RIGHT TO the deadline on this one, and it's incredibly rough as a result of that. BUT NO MATTER. IT IS DONE AND I DID IT.

And it's much longer than I thought it would be, the first time this has happened to me. I thought I would be struggling to make the 8500; instead, it clocks out at 12362 words. And I was being restrained. There are still scenes I haven't written that only exist in the form of [IMPORTANT THING HAPPENS HERE] in the fic. OH WELL. NOW I CAN SLEEP. OR RATHER I CAN DRINK, AND THEN SLEEP.

Life is good.
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
This is what happens when I find a new tumblr I want to follow:

Me: Oooh! This person has a ton of cool posts. Look, here's some meta about Sam and Dean and shame! That's so cool. I should open it and read it later. Actually, it might help me with my minibang fic.

Me: Oh look, they have a whole meta tag. Well, I should check it out.

five minutes later

Me: Alright, this meta could be helpful too. And this one. And this one doesn't relate to the season my fic is set in, but it'll increase my understanding of the characters overall, which in the end will help me. This one just looks interesting. It's fine, I can totally read these and write the fic and keep up with my classes.

AND THEN I NEVER GOT ANYTHING DONE AGAIN BECAUSE I WAS TOO BUSY ROLLING AROUND IN GLORIOUS META

(Also, as I do all these things, I have Elementary playing in the background. Multitasking is my jam.)
tekuates: (liberty/justice)
This fic.
I swear to god, this fic is going to kill me, Why couldn't I have had a simple idea? Why couldn't I have had a an idea that was less likely to morph unexpectedly? Why didn't I think of something two months ago instead of two days ago? Why did I choose the idea that involves the impossible, heathy and honest communication between the Winchesters?
WHY?
The problem is that for the entire second half of this fic to happen, Dean and Sam need to have an Important Conversation. And it needs to be the most honest, well-intentioned, understanding conversation the two of them have ever had. The likes of which is only hinted at in episodes like Salvation and Croatoan. And I have no idea why they're having it, except that I need them to. What triggers this talk? Why now? WHY?
Also, I have no idea what to do with Cas. At this point, he's just appearing randomly to hurl plot devices at Sam and Dean and get the story moving. Maybe he can be, like, Dean's spiritual counsel, and prompt the Important Conversation. Also, I need to figure out what happens to him at the end OH GOD HOW AM I EVEN GONNA
It's fine, right? It'll all be fine. Even though I'm only a thousand words in and i need 8,500 by the 17th. Oh god.
Also, though I love it when my mind produces random scenes, it does confuse me a little. Especially when the random scene is a possibly prophetic and definitely symbolic dream involving crows and burning buildings.

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