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A very Dragon Age holiday: my contributions

As promised, now that I've finished and posted both of my gift fics, here they are! As with the arts, one is DA:O and the other is DA2. Both are holiday-themed and rated G.


Title: The Way to a Woman's Heart
Characters: Alistair/Elissa Cousland, Leliana, Zevran, Wynne
Spoilers: Yes
Notes: Secret Swooper fic for the swooping_is_bad exchange. Written for dasque, who requested Alistair/Cousland. Based on an idea that's been rattling around my brain since a dragon_age Tuesday prompt meme a few weeks, back; that prompt was "You did what?!"

Alistair makes Elissa a gift, with some unexpected results.

On LJ / On AO3

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Title: Like a Glove
Characters: Fenris, Garrett Hawke, Anders, DA2 cast. Gen, with shades of Anders/Fenris.
Spoilers: Through Act One, and for Fenris's backstory.
Notes: Written for the Tumblr Secret Santa exchange. My giftee was [tumblr.com profile] brelaina. This one was tough for me to get going on, but once I got rolling, I had a lot of fun with it. Thanks to muggy_mountain for helping me bounce ideas around!

Hawke sets up a gift exchange among his friends, and Fenris draws the very last name he wanted to see.

On Tumblr / On AO3

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Whew! This was really fun, but now I want to back away from projects for a little while. It feels like I've been on some deadline or another for months on end. ([community profile] newgameplus, [community profile] megaflare_ff, NaBloWriMo, these exchanges, other things I'm sure I'm forgetting.) Time to focus on wrapping up WIPs and playing around in low-pressure prompt communities. Or so I can tell myself, until the next shiny project/exchange comes along...

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