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Table of Contents

Brokeback Mountain

    Drabbles 01-20
    Drabbles 21-40
    Drabbles 41-60
    Drabbles 61-80
    Drabbles 81-100

    Drabble Moods 01-20

    Unfamiliar Territory (Secret Santa 2006)

    Five Things LaShawn Won't Talk About

    Like a Bunny... (Chocolate Fest 2009)

    Tarragon, of Virtue, Is Full

    Exchange (February 2012 Challenge)

    Undertow (Secret Santa 2012)

    Someone's in the Kitchen... <<-- NEW!! (April 2012 Challenge - very much belated)

    I Spy...

    Limericks - Slash
    Limericks - Brokeback
    Limericks - Cullen Board Members


Other

   Anticlimax - TDK Vignette



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Someone's in the Kitchen...

Title: Someone’s in the Kitchen…
Prompt: cuddling with pets (R5C5)
Medium: fic – 1,489 words (and 1,268 in author’s notes)
Rating: G
Warnings: None. This is pure fluff, start to finish.
Pairing: Bobby/OC
Summary: Fayette calls on Lureen, with a guest.

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Exchange

Title: Exchange
Prompt: winter holiday/festival (R4C1)
Medium: fic – 1,166 words (exclusive of author’s notes)
Rating: G
Warnings: This is canon, so the future is not a happy one. The first three parts of the fic are just cute; enjoy! Stop after the pictures at the end of Part 3, and make up your own ending, if you like. Because Part 4 gets bittersweet. And Part 5 might require a hanky; or two.
Pairing: Jack/Ennis
Summary: Valentines Day cards.

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Author's Note: In July of 2010, I signed up for Schmoop Bingo, optimistically aiming for a blackout by the end of the year. On December 27, I had only completed one of the stories for the 25 prompts required to fill my Bingo card, so I just posted it (Tarragon, of Virtue, Is Full).

Now I find myself writing another little bit of schmoop for the Valentine’s Day “Love Letters” challenge, and I’m just shoving it here under my “Winter Holiday/Festival” prompt. (I expect they meant Christmas/Hanukah/Kwanzaa/Other Solstice Event, but, hey, February is still winter, isn’t it?



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I Spy...

These are the I Spy Drabbles that I posted for the August 2008 Challenge on the then-brand-new LJ community Brokeback Drabbles, Shorts, and Challenges. http://community.livejournal.com/bmm_drabbles. The drabbles are identical, even to the illustrations, but If you are interested in reading the original comments, the entire series is linked Here. Or go to BrokebackSlash and select "I Spy" from the tags list.

 
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Afterword: I don’t suppose that life in Texas was particularly idyllic for Bobby, Jack, or Lureen. But just as even the best of times aren’t all good, even the worst aren’t all bad. I like to think that the shared bond of a child that they both loved, however imperfectly, could bring Lureen and Jack a little closer together, when so much else was pulling them apart. And perhaps all three of them could look back on these silly games with wistful affection, as “moments of artless, charmed happiness.”

 
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Tarragon, of Virtue, Is Full

Author's Note: Last July, I signed up for Schmoop Bingo, optimistically aiming for a blackout. In fact, I've only completed one of the stories for the 25 prompts required to fill my Bingo card. Since the deadline is December 31st, I figure that this is about all I'm going to get done, so I might as well post it. It was fun to write. Hope you find it fun to read.

Title: Tarragon, of Virtue, Is Full
Prompt: birthday – celebrant is sick (R1C1)
Medium: fic – 1,011 words
Rating: G
Warnings: --none--
Pairing: Jack/Ennis
Summary: Jack makes Ennis a birthday dinner that neither of them will ever forget.
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100 Moods – Another Collection of Brokeback Drabbles – Nos. 1 through 20

Pairing: Jack/Ennis

Rating: G through NC-17

Disclaimer: These characters are the legal property of Annie Proulx, and–by her gracious permission–of Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry. I am writing stories which include these characters solely for my own amusement. I make no money from this endeavor.

Comments: Are always welcome.


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Anticlimax - TDK vignette

Here's a little vignette based on an idea I had while seeing The Dark Knight. Contains --spoilers-- so be warned. 163 words (hey, I said it was little!). I don't call it a drabble, because to me a drabble is 100 words, exactly. I suppose I could have done a little pruning, but trimming Joker-prolixity just seems Wrong, you know?

The usual disclaimers: I don't own the Joker (like anybody could!)


 

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