[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Just Like Home
Fandoms: Good Omens / Hot Fuzz
Rating: PG-13
Characters & Pairings: Ensemble Cast, all the shades of Aziraphale/Crowley & Nicholas/Danny you care to read, etc.
Notes: This fine mess is a long time coming. My headspace is multi-trauma central right now, so my hope is that combining my two biggest comfort-fandoms will bring some relief. Special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] squeeful, [livejournal.com profile] miss_morland, and [livejournal.com profile] annlarimer for being particularly evil enablers. Not that I need much enabling.
Summary: The Lower Tadfield Police Station needs inspecting. Any questions?


(Fortunately, the drive was only going to take an hour and a half.)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Proper Action (and Shakespeare)
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: R
Notes: There's a sliver of lost time between Nicholas and Danny leaving the Romeo & Juliet venue's pub and when we see Nicholas awakened by (presumably) Fisher's phonecall in his hotel room. Thinking about that led to an isolated snippet that, once I'd written it down, seemed like a good starting-point for a slightly longer piece. Enter sleeplessness, wine-imbibing, and a stroll down memory lane with some of the Bard's other classics - and, if necessary, reinterpretations thereof. VoilĂ . My apologies to Dire Straits, to whom, unlike HF's fearless director, I cannot afford to pay royalties for making use of lyrics from their "Romeo and Juliet."
Summary: An homage to what proper action is - or isn't - about.

(Proper action and...)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Tokens of Affection
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: R
Notes: I'm relatively new to this fandom, but loving every minute of it - so thanks, [livejournal.com profile] panjianlien, for providing me with such a fantastically open-ended Yuletide request on which to continue cutting my teeth!
Summary: Gifts, white lies, and other assorted romantic holiday mayhem.

(Tokens of Affection)
[identity profile] matsutakedo.livejournal.com
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: PG

CLICK HERE!
[identity profile] matsutakedo.livejournal.com
Hi! I'm new member of this community.
I sometimes draw a few Japanese "Manga" style pics and send it to other LJ community.
Last month, I watched "Hot Fuzz".
Oh, I love them! I draw Nicholas/Danny pics.
But I was not able to find slashy "Hot Fuzz" community.
I don't understand whether it is good to post those pics on here.
Is it OK?

Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: PG

Do you like them? )
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Staring Right Back
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: R
Notes: This is a companion piece to Eye of the Beholder. Enough said. The requests for Nicholas's POV were resounding, and I'm still on bed-rest. It's a win-win situation.
Summary: What bothers Nicholas is - well, you'll find out.

(Staring Right Back)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Eye of the Beholder
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: PG-13/Rish
Notes: I was talking to [livejournal.com profile] goddessdster last week, and one of the topics that came up was the tendency for some people in fandom to slight characters like Danny on account of their size. A couple of days later, I taught a seminar session on Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, the theme of which, this being a literature course, was the concept of the narrative gaze. Later on, I got to thinking about Danny and Nicholas in context as viewed objects: while Danny occasionally catches flak in the form of size-ist insults from Wainwright and Cartwright, Nicholas is the one most constantly viewed as some kind of freak. It's as if Danny is on the whole accepted for who and how he is by his community, whereas it takes a skinny health-nut like Nicholas to actually raise eyebrows. Danny's the only one to accept him as he is. It's no big thing that Nicholas is not into eating the cake and ice cream every single time it's offered, etc. This is what I've been scribbling in bed when I'm coherent. I'm considering a counterpoint piece from Nicholas's point of view, because who knows how long this flu will last.
Summary: Nobody seems to look at Nicholas as the sum of his parts.

(Eye of the Beholder)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: A Thousand Miles
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: R
Notes: After two over-10k-word hauls, my mind's slowly recovering. I've had The Proclaimers' "I'm Gonna Be" in my head for days on end, and I realized a couple days ago that I would desperately love to see a Hot Fuzz fanvid to the song. As tied up as it is in Benny & Joon, there's something weirdly perfect about it in the case of Nicholas and Danny. This story premise is the fusion of an early one that I didn't write and a breath of fresh imagery that's come of listening to the song.
Summary: Distances aren't always a means of separation.

(When I wake up...)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: All Bets Are Off
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Characters & Pairing: Ensemble, Nicholas/Danny
Rating: R (language and references)
Notes: Just a little follow-up to Your Wildest Dreams. I'm a nosy git and want to know what happens the next morning, so I'll assume that you guys are, too. The primary aim of this piece is humor, so POV rotates around the station, as it were. I wanted some practice getting into the others' heads.
Summary: Nobody tells me nothing.

(The rotten thing about getting home from holiday was, you were always farther outside the loop than you were when you left.)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Your Wildest Dreams
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nicholas/Danny
Rating: NC-17
Notes: This is my first attempt at a substantially longer story featuring these guys (as all of my previous efforts have been on the briefer end of the spectrum). The idea, however, has been floating around my flat for at least a few weeks. A little bit of codeine and a long Sunday lie-in finally made it click. Also note that the phrase in hospital is not missing a word - Brits cut the from this phrase altogether!
Summary: Fantasies are only dangerous when you start wishing they'll come true.

(It was the worst subject they could've got onto, but Danny didn't know it at the time.)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: Adjustments
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nick/Danny
Rating: PG-13/R
Notes: This piece follows Perfection; I thought it was time to switch over from sounding out first-times to choosing one of said first-times and building on it. Of the three I'd turned out, I thought that Perfection presented the best platform for continuation - so there you have it. I realized that the orchid and the reference to Danny's boxes had potentially opened up some quirky domestic possibilities (unless I've misjudged; in which case, feel free to tell me which one actually deserved a sequel). Where all the various sub-sections of Perfection were from Danny's point of view, I think it's fitting that this one should be comprised entirely of Nick's.
Summary: People, plants, and boxes make for cramped quarters indeed.

(Especially when you're downsizing from two flats to one.)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: At First Sight
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nick/Danny
Rating: R/NC-17
Notes: As something of a departure from my previous two pieces (When to Stop & Perfection), this story is one that actually reaches back into the fabric of the film for certain of its scenes and situations. As you can probably guess, it's a sequence of firsts for these guys - some of them more meaningful than others.
Summary: The importance of little things can take a good while to sink in.

(Nick made a mental note to ask about that first, although the hedgehog would also need explaining.)
[identity profile] irisbleufic.livejournal.com
Title: When to Stop
Fandom: Hot Fuzz
Pairing: Nick/Danny
Rating: R/NC-17
Notes: At this point, I can't keep track of what-all is going on in my head. I really can't. Saw the film for the first time earlier this evening - or, no, at this point, it's yesterday evening. Might as well get this out of my system. In my mind, this is set more or less immediately post-film, but you can place it post-canon wherever you will.
Summary: Discovering the extent of one's limits is never an easy process.

(Awkward doesn't even begin to cover it.)

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