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29 January 2014 @ 11:54 am
Posting to prevent LJ from purging this comm.
 
 
15 July 2010 @ 12:51 am
This post is being made to keep LJ from purging this community.
 
 
F/K, rated R or NC-17. I posted two previous parts here; part 3 begins here and is something like 24,000 words. The full story is 46,250 words, on a web page, here: After the Nile. There's a link to summary, warnings, and acknowledgments at the top of the page.

Prompt: 30. The cold winter months provide a direct connection from Inuvik to Aklavik and Tuktoyaktuk which otherwise doesn't exist. (approximately January-April)
 
 
06 February 2007 @ 11:37 am
Title: Like Fingerprints Upon the Land
Author: nos4a2no9
Pairing: F/K
Rating: PG-13
Length: 2060 words
Author’s Note: Written for the inuvikdotcom challenge, mainly because I cannot bear the shame of sharing a room with the mods at MJ without having posted at least one story for their challenge. Much thanks to debris_k who did an amazing beta job in addition to providing the title and some great info on the Inukshuk. Even though I'm a "Canadian" from "[Northern] Canada" and should know this stuff already :-)

Prompt:

81. Inuvik’s Inukshuk A traditional symbol of Inuit culture, the inukshuk was used as a landmark and navigation aid. The statue represents the form of a human with outstretched arms and is known as a symbol of hospitality and friendship in the north. Located at the corner of Mackenzie Road and Distributor St.

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25 November 2006 @ 01:01 am
Title: Spring Cleaning
Author: omphale23
Pairing: F/K
Rating: PG-13 for some language
Length: 6500 words
Author’s Note: Written for the inuvikdotcom challenge. Thanks again to a fabulous beta, slidellra, who read far more drafts of this than anyone should ever be expected to review.

Prompt:

63. Moving? Please remember the Library as you sort out your book collection and the stuff you don't want to take with you. The Library is always willing to accept donations of books.

Spring Cleaning
 
 
 
09 November 2006 @ 12:10 am
Title: Lucky Hat
Author: shoemaster/Allison
Prompt: August 4-7 Midnight Sun Slo-Pitch Tourney
Rating: PG
Pairing: Fraser/Kowalski
Length: 1100 words

Lucky Hat

PS It's still Wednesday on the West Coast! And in Hawaii!

Thanks a MILLLLLLLION to everyone who's posted so far, and I'm dying to see the rest of the entries come in.
 
 
08 November 2006 @ 08:17 am
Title: Decorum
Author: slidellra
Pairing: F/K
Rating: NC-17
Length: 3300 words, more or less.
Summary: Fraser behaves in an indecorous manner during a trip to town.
Notes: Many, many thanks to omphale23 and lipstickcat for beta. Written for prompt 73. Western Arctic Regional Visitor Centre Open June to September Located on Mackenzie Road as soon as you enter town. The visitor centre contains many interesting exhibits of art flora and fauna, wildlife, information on Beaufort Delta communities and tourism information. Arctic Circle Certificates available here!

Decorum
 
 
08 November 2006 @ 12:53 am
Title: Nightswim
Author: llassah
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: Nc-17
Word Count: 3000
Prompt: 52: Adult Swim Lessons
Notes:[info]nos4a2no9thank you very very much for betaing, as ever. Thanks also to the geniuses who thought up this challenge and the lunatics who set it up *g*.
Summary: An exploration of Ray's dislike of water, and his abiding love of turtles. Oh, and of Fraser. 
Located: At my lj

 

 
 
05 November 2006 @ 11:19 am
Um, posting this in three parts triples the spam effect, I'm so sorry about that.
F/K, rated R, 15300 words.
Part III (last part) coming next week.

Prompt: 30. The cold winter months provide a direct connection from Inuvik to Aklavik and Tuktoyaktuk which otherwise doesn't exist. (approximately January-April)

After the Nile, Part II: Ice Roads
 
 
Title: Close Enough to the Ends of the Earth
Author: lordess renegade
Pairing: Joe/Billy/Fraser (crossover with Hard Core Logo)
Rating: NC17
Length: ~3300 words
Notes: Thanks to isiscolo for making me suck less, and to justbreathe80 for making the boys suck more.
Prompt: 19 – smoking bylaws