Tora (torakowalski) wrote,
Tora
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it's the season of eyes meeting over the noise

Happy Christmas/holiday of your choice/last Monday in December!

Did everyone have a good Christmas Day/Sunday? I'm not allowed on the internet on Christmas Day so I've snuck on quickly before we go for our traditional Boxing Day stroll to the bottle bank to say that Yuletide has been good to me this year. TWO FICS, look at them, aren't they amazing?

Trade All Your Heroes in for Ghosts (1936 words) by Anonymous
Fandom: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Peter Guillam/Richard
Characters: Peter Guillam, Richard, Ricki Tarr
Summary: Peter's been broken apart in the worst possible way. After the Mole is uncovered, he tries to pick up the pieces.

This is lovely and quiet (and spoilery for my favourite part of the film) and I love the potential for a happy ending that the writer has conjured up. Absolutely glorious.

Camera, Camera (8151 words) by Anonymous
Fandom: Smoke Series - Tanya Huff
Rating: Mature
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Tony Foster/Lee Nicholas
Summary: Lee's ready to come out, but an enchanted all-seeing camera might be ready to do the job for him first.

I can't believe that I finally got a Lee/Tony story! And it's amazing. It's so good and their voices are light and fun and engaging and I could roll around and live in this 'verse forever.

Aren't I just the luckiest girl? :DDD

I haven't had a chance to explore any of the rest of Yuletide yet, so if you've stumbled onto anything else brilliant, please rec? Oh and if you can guess either of the two fics I wrote, I will totally give you a prize.

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Tags: christmas, yule-shoot-your-eye-out, yuletide-2011
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