ithildin
30 December 2013 @ 07:20 pm
'You May Not Pass This Way Again' (01/01)  
Title: You May Not Pass This Way Again
Fandoms: Iron Man/Marvel Movies, Pirates of the Caribbean, Highlander
Rating: General Audiences
Characters: Tony Stark, Howard Stark, Peggy Carter, Walt Disney, Clark Gable, Charlotte Sparrow/Black
Notes: I've always said that the Jack Sparrow I write is the one from the end of the first movie, after he shoots Barbossa, the Jack with the façade stripped way. As this series as progressed, I began to realize that Charlotte's Jack isn't necessarily the exact one presented in the films. This is my explanation.
Summary: A chance meeting at a party, one man's dream versus another's, can change your future.
 
 
ithildin
16 October 2011 @ 01:39 pm
'Tales of the Seven Seas' (01/01)  
This was pretty much finished, just needed some sprucing up, and I figured there was no point letting it languish on the hard drive till I feel inspired to write again. I don't even have a title yet, so have temporarily titled it, though it may end up sticking.

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Notes: In the final part of Transformative Variations, Tony mentions a book his Aunt Peggy gave him as a boy. This is the story of where that book came from.
Character(s): Peggy Carter, Charlotte Sparrow
Summary: A few years after the war, two friends discuss loss, love, and moving on.

Tales of the Seven Seas

1952 ~ South Carolina

"You have a lovely home," Peggy Carter told her hostess. "I'm very glad that you convinced me to visit."

Charlotte looked around the inviting kitchen of her Revolutionary War era home and smiled. "Thank you." She poured more tea into her guest's cup. "I only had electricity put in a few years ago – I thought it was perfectly fine without, but Ezra complained bitterly when he and Molly visited. I gave in." She grinned, remembering Ezra's melodramatic protests at the lack of amenities in her old home. )

 
 
ithildin
16 October 2011 @ 01:39 pm
'Tales of the Seven Seas' (01/01)  
This was pretty much finished, just needed some sprucing up, and I figured there was no point letting it languish on the hard drive till I feel inspired to write again. I don't even have a title yet, so have temporarily titled it, though it may end up sticking.

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Notes: In the final part of Transformative Variations, Tony mentions a book his Aunt Peggy gave him as a boy. This is the story of where that book came from.
Character(s): Peggy Carter, Charlotte Sparrow
Summary: A few years after the war, two friends discuss loss, love, and moving on.

Tales of the Seven Seas

1952 ~ South Carolina

"You have a lovely home," Peggy Carter told her hostess. "I'm very glad that you convinced me to visit."

Charlotte looked around the inviting kitchen of her Revolutionary War era home and smiled. "Thank you." She poured more tea into her guest's cup. "I only had electricity put in a few years ago – I thought it was perfectly fine without, but Ezra complained bitterly when he and Molly visited. I gave in." She grinned, remembering Ezra's melodramatic protests at the lack of amenities in her old home. )

 
 
ithildin
16 October 2011 @ 01:39 pm
'Tales of the Seven Seas' (01/01)  
This was pretty much finished, just needed some sprucing up, and I figured there was no point letting it languish on the hard drive till I feel inspired to write again. I don't even have a title yet, so have temporarily titled it, though it may end up sticking.

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Notes: In the final part of Transformative Variations, Tony mentions a book his Aunt Peggy gave him as a boy. This is the story of where that book came from.
Character(s): Peggy Carter, Charlotte Sparrow
Summary: A few years after the war, two friends discuss loss, love, and moving on.

Tales of the Seven Seas

1952 ~ South Carolina

"You have a lovely home," Peggy Carter told her hostess. "I'm very glad that you convinced me to visit."

Charlotte looked around the inviting kitchen of her Revolutionary War era home and smiled. "Thank you." She poured more tea into her guest's cup. "I only had electricity put in a few years ago – I thought it was perfectly fine without, but Ezra complained bitterly when he and Molly visited. I gave in." She grinned, remembering Ezra's melodramatic protests at the lack of amenities in her old home. )