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Title: Choices Made With Ease
Fandom/Warning/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD), ambiguous ending, rated G
Word Count: 293 words
Summary: Saving Holmes was what was important. The consequences of that success meant little to Watson.
Author's Note: Written for the [community profile] watsons_woes "Healer's Choice: One person Watson chose not to save" prompt.

Choices Made With Ease
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Title: Transmogrifying
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 455 words (this chapter, entire work 1077
Summary: Final adventures of John, Sherlock, and a transmogrification device. Or, the time John and Sherlock are accidentally turned into cats, the time Sherlock turns John, and then himself, into cats as an experiment, and the time Sherlock couldn't leave well enough alone.
Author's Note: All three chapters written for different [community profile] watsons_woes challenges. Chapter one originally posted 21 Jul 2012 (for the prompt "Look directly to your right. The first object you see is your prompt, to use as you see fit.") which happened to be two sleeping cats, chapter two was originally posted 1 Jul 2013 (for the picture prompt of two cats under an umbrella) and chapter three was written for the 10 Jul 2017 prompt "Close your eyes. Turn to your left and open them. Now incorporate the third item you looked at into today's work." which happened to be one the same cats from the first prompt so.....

Story begins in chapter one, Transmogrified, (or just link to the new addition, Transmogrifying)
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Title: Hope Forever Past
Fandom/Warning/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD), BLEAK AND DEPRESSING FIC WARNING, rated G
Word Count: 517 words
Summary: It was far too late by the time he was discovered, but his fate and final note finally see the light of day.
Author's Note: Written for [community profile] watsons_woes JWP#5. The title is from Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem "Time Long Past." Other notes about the fic available at the story on AO3.

Hope Forever Past
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Title: Gravitating Responsibilities
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (tv), rated PG (for language)
Word Count: 829 words
Summary: There are certain lines even a criminal will not cross, especially a halfway intelligent criminal. Carl can't believe when he comes face to face with that line a second time.
Author's Note: Written for [community profile] watsons_woes JWP#1. As it was a redo of the very first prompt from the very first JWP in 2011 I decided to write a sequel of sorts to the story I wrote for that prompt, On Genius and Stupidity, although you do not need to read that story to understand this one.

Gravitating Responsibilities
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Title: The Road Ahead Beckoning Darkness
Fandom/Rating:
The Losers, rated PG-13
Beta: [personal profile] ride_4ever
Word Count: 6814 words
Summary: The combination of a Were, a witch and a warlock sounded like the beginning of a joke, not the solution to helping Jensen, especially when there was a blood demon thrown in for good measure.
Author's Note: Written for the [community profile] ante_up_losers exchange for mnemmy. This is a complete AU, with no real canon knowledge needed to understand the story and the AO3 footnote goes into a little background on the world and word choice usages and whatnot.

The Road Ahead Beckoning Darkness
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Title: The Walls We See Around Ourselves
Fandom/Pairing/Rating:
Captain America, Bucky/Sam/Steve, rated G
Beta: BridgetMcKennitt
Word Count: 883 words

Summary:
 Bucky and Sam gang up on Steve to find out why he still doesn't know how to dance.
Author's Note: A chocolatebox treat for Yeomanrand

The Walls We See Around Ourselves
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Title: Play My Worries Away
Fandom/Warning/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 800 words

Summary:
 Most people ignored Monty. Sherlock Holmes was not most people.
Author's Note: Written for all eight of [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes's August amnesty prompts, including a stealth crossover of Daleks, UNIT, the Seventh Doctor and (implied) Ace. Title from "Take On Me" by a-ha.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: It Got Right to My Head
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 200 words

Summary:
 Greg had to agree, the tune had been aptly chosen.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#31. Title from "Show Me the Way to Go Home."

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Little Bit of Something, God It's Better Than Nothing
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon), rated G
Word Count: 221 words

Summary:
 Watson had been hoping to collect his bag without Holmes noticing.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#30. Title from Matchbox 20's "3 AM".

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: House Rent Blues
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 There were things one tried to remember, but this was definitely one to try to forget.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#29. Title from ""One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" by George Thorogood & The Destroyers.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Run Mine, Sunshine
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon)
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 The weather was not cooperating and Holmes was not amused (and Watson was not laughing)
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#28. Title from "Sunshine" by The Isley Brothers

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: The Forgotten Favour
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon), rated G
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 He didn't give the wording a second thought.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#27.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: A Moment Between
Fandom/Warning/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon), warning for character death, rated G
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 A graveside confession.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#26.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: The Tropeanator
Fandom/Warning/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), crack warning, rated PG-13 for language
Word Count: 1622 words
Summary: John was going to kill Sherlock. He was going to kill him. If he could get to him, which was a pretty big 'if' all things considered.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#25. Be prepared for a lot of cursing and a LOT of tropes. Full list of the tropes in the spoiler cut after the story.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Will Be Will Be
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 Sherlock thinks John is being unreasonable.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#24. All dialog drabble.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Awaiting Word
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 221(b)

Summary:
 Waiting was never something Sherlock was very good at.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#23.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: The Baker Street Boys
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon), rated G
Word Count: 200 words

Summary:
 They were still his boys in every way that mattered.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#22. Title from Holmes referring to the Irregulars as "my Baker Street Boys" in The Adventure of the Crooked Man.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Goddamn Stupid Rainbows
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 221(b)

Summary:
 It wouldn't have been as bad if it weren't for that damn song.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#21. The song for the prompt.

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Sunlit World Grown Dark
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock Holmes (ACD canon), rated G
Word Count: 100 words

Summary:
 Watson drifts.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#20. Title adapted from a line in the Barnum song "The Colors of My Life."

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donutsweeper: (a captain)
Title: Nature, Nurture, and the Veil Between
Fandom/Rating:
Sherlock (BBC), rated G
Word Count: 320 words

Summary:
 People think Sherlock is the strange one.
Author's Note: Written for [livejournal.com profile] watsons_woes JWP#19.

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